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  1. 1. Lesson Planning November 5th, 2020 Beginning Teacher Professional Development
  2. 2. A lesson plan is a guide which helps execute a mission that is to be accomplished in the classroom with the children. A lesson plan can also be defined as a creative process which provides a framework for purposeful learning. What is a Lesson Plan? Credit: YouTube – NIOSSeniorSecondaryCourses
  3. 3. Components Video
  4. 4. Title & Date
  5. 5. Although there are times that recycling an old lesson plan may be appropriate, we ask that you NOT make that your routine. Just changing the date on a previously used plan isn’t good practice. What worked for one set of students may not work for another. Any old lesson plans that are “reused” need to be updated and revised to reflect current standards and to address the learning styles and needs of all students.
  6. 6. Objective & Standards
  7. 7. ● Focus the purpose of your lesson and subsequent planning ● Give you an outcome or goal ● Can help students understand the lesson purpose ● Combined with success criteria, objectives let you know when learning has happened ● Set the foundation for student-led academic discussion
  8. 8. Standard Statements How well students learn what is set out in the content standards, often called the "be able to do" or "what students should know and be able to do” and specify "how good is good enough." They are the indicators of quality that specify how adept or competent a student demonstration must be.
  9. 9. SMART Learning Goals Specific Measurable Achievable Results - focused Time - bound Make Sure To POST Your Learning Goals
  10. 10. Plan
  11. 11. Your plan: ● Should have a beginning, middle and end ● Should be well written in a logical, sequential order ● Should involve collaboration through your Professional Learning Community (PLC)
  12. 12. Assessment & Homework
  13. 13. 7 Smart, Fast Ways to Do Formative Assessment
  14. 14. CCS Board Policy 3135 HOMEWORK ● Homework reinforces learning. ● Homework fosters independence, responsibility, and self-direction. ● Homework assignments should strengthen skills, provide practice in subjects that have already been taught in class, and improve a student’s ability to work independently. ● Teachers shall take into consideration the differences in financial, educational, and technological resources of students and their parents or guardians when making homework assignments. ● The amount of time necessary to complete the homework tasks should be reasonable in light of the age and maturity of the students and other assignments given to the students.
  15. 15. Cross-Curricular
  16. 16. ● Involving different subject matter or courses into a lesson ● Happens simultaneously ● Allows more connections, meaning and relevance to the subjects/skills they are learning
  17. 17. Differentiation
  18. 18. Differentiation refers to a wide variety of teaching techniques and lesson adaptations that educators use to instruct a diverse group of students, with diverse learning needs, in the same course, classroom, or learning environment. Also called “differentiated instruction,” differentiation typically entails modifications to: practice (how teachers deliver instruction to students), process (how the lesson is designed for students), products (the kinds of work products students will be asked to complete), content (the specific readings, research, or materials students will study), assessment (how teachers measure what students have learned), and grouping (how students are arranged in the classroom or paired up with other students). **JOIN US ON NOVEMBER 19th FOR A FULL PD ON DIFFERENTIATION**
  19. 19. Technology
  20. 20. ● Incorporate technology skills and standards into your lessons if possible. ● All lessons do NOT have to include technology.
  21. 21. Writing
  22. 22. At one time, writing instruction was only completed in a language arts classroom. These days, teachers of all subjects are required to weave concepts of reading and writing into the content areas - social studies, science, and even math. Writing is a transferable skill that students need as career professionals.
  23. 23. Career Skills
  24. 24. ● Lessons should instill career ready practices to prepare students for their careers later in life. ● As educators, our job is to prepare our students for life outside of school.
  25. 25. Additional Resources
  26. 26. District Learning Coaches Betsy Gatchel: ORA, CES, WCM Grey Tipton: BES, JWS, AHB Sarah Emmerich: VFL, JTB, BME Kelly Leonhardt: HJM, TCM Lara Nobles: TPE, GAB, BDQ Kim Butts: HMS, WJG, AWE Marlena Bleau Shine: RBNTA, GCF, HES Tyler French: WCH, CEC, ECE
  27. 27. https://sites.google.com/view/instructional-toolbox/home

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