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Complete the lesson plan already started on the NEW file. Next, make a new lesson plan using the SAME book in the first lesson plan. Instead of the voice recording you can answer the quest

Complete the lesson plan already started on the NEW file. Next, make a new lesson plan using the SAME book in the first lesson plan. Instead of the voice recording you can answer the quest

Complete the lesson plan already started on the NEW file. Next, make a new lesson plan using the SAME book in the first lesson plan.
Instead of the voice recording you can answer the questions under the verbal reflection portions.

You must turn in two separate and different lesson plans for this assignment.
First attachment is the lesson plan started.
Second attachment is the NEW lesson plan file that you must fill out.

Last are the instructions for the full assignment.  

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EDG 3321 – Lesson Plan Format Brainstorm

Do not make changes to the format of this document

I. General Info:

Name __________________________ Subject Area ____________________________

MicroTeach #______ Grade Level of lesson ______

Lesson Plan Title: _________________________________________________

Choose/circle one Stimulus Variation to be observed during your lesson:

Verbal Focusing Pausing Non-verbal Cues Change Speech Patterns Gestures/Movement

YouTube MicroTeach Video Link:

II. Objective (use the Easy Generator to complete your ONE SENTENCE objective):

III. Standards: (Include a complete standard, as appropriate for the grade level, subject area, and teaching strategy; do not just provide the code, write out the standard)

· The Florida Standards [LAFS, MAFS]:

(See https://www.cpalms.org/public/search/Standard)

IV. Content Outline (In this section you must provide the content you will be TEACHING. For example, if you are making a PPT, this section should include an outline of everything that is in your PPT)

You must ALSO include the following, in addition:

1. Information about the storybook/poem/text you chose for this lesson, including the author and title.

2. Identify the SKILL you are teaching (this should come from your standard)

3. What will your DOK questions be (include questions and possible answers; be sure to label each level of questioning)

V. Differentiated Instruction Strategies/ (Content, Process, Product):

1. List 1 way you can differentiate the CONTENT for your lesson.

2. List 1 way you can differentiate the PROCESS for learning your lesson.

3. List 1 way you can differentiate the PRODUCT for your lesson.

Consider: Multiple Intelligences, Learning Styles and UDL (Universal Design for Learning)

SPECIFIC instructional STRATEGIES for Diverse Learners to learn YOUR LESSON:

Students identified as ELLs (strategies cannot be repeated):

· ELL – List 1 strategy for a student who speaks Spanish (Your strategy should be specific to their native language)

· ELL – List 1 strategy for a student who speaks Creole (Your strategy should be specific to their native language)

Students identified with special learning needs/ESE (strategies cannot be repeated):

· ESE – List 1 strategy for a student who is identified as dyslexic (Your strategy should be specific to their learning disability)

· ESE – List 1 strategy for a student who is identified as ADHD (Your strategy should be specific to their learning disability)

Students with more than typical behavior challenges:

· List 2 strategies for students who have behavior challenges (Your strategy should be specific to the behavior challenge you choose)

VI. Materials: (Include all materials needed for your lesson, including a screenshot of a worksheet, titles of any texts used, supplies needed for activities, etc.)

VII. Instructional Procedures

a. Set:(What will you do to introduce the content of the lesson?

b. Body: Use the Gradual Release Model to describe how you will teach your lesson. Be specific in each section below. Demonstrate STRATEGIES. Use this section as your “script” for your lesson.

i. Modeled Instruction / Demonstrate: “I do it – you watch”

ii. Shared Instruction / Guide: “We do it – together”

iii. Guided Practice / Collaborative Learning: “You do it together – I watch / guide”

iv. Independent Practice / Independent Learning: “You do it alone”

c. Closure: (How will you summarize the content of the lesson?)

VIII. Assessment: (How will you assess that the students met your objective? The assessment must connect to the objective and the standard)

IX. Home Learning: (optional, would your students benefit from revisiting some element of your lesson at home?)

X. References: (Include any links to book readings, websites, citations of storybooks/textbooks, etc. here)

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MicroTeach Directions and Expectations For Online Course This course requires that you perform 2 microteaches in order to meet the objectives. Usually, thee microteaches are performed in front of your peers and then a recording is presented, and feedback is given from your instructor as well as your peers. This presents a few challenges for online learning, so a revised format has been developed to provide you with this experience. IT WILL FEEL STRANGE! But there are many aspects of this process we can still take advantage of in an online modality.

Microteach #1

 Must be a Zoom recording in “speaker view,” using PPT or Google docs to present lesson (you will be submitting a zoom link recording to Canvas).

 Use a children’s book/poem/textbook excerpt as the reading content of your lesson plan.

 Lesson cannot be more than 8 minutes but not less than 5. Do not take time in your recorded teaching time to read the book/poem/text. Refer to them as needed, assuming your students have read the information in a previous lesson. Your recording should include the introduction, set, explicit instruction (I do), Guided Instruction (we do), and the directions for the independent work (you do). You do not have to mention accommodations or assessment in the recording.

 Use a teacher-centered approach for this lesson (chapter 5)  Use the lesson plan template provided by the instructor and complete ALL

sections.  Choose a subject area (math, reading/ELA, science, etc.)

o Lesson plan must include the code of the Florida B.E.S.T Standards been taught in your lesson.

 Include a lesson set that motivates and sparks student interest in your lesson topic.  Includes a stimulus variation to be observed, YOU choose one and indicate it on

the lesson plan: o Verbal Focusing o Pausing o Change Speech Patterns o Gestures o Movement

 Must include a targeted learning style in the explanation of the activity. Will your lesson target visual, auditory, tactile, etc. learners?

 The activity of your lesson must include four activities/questions covering the 4 levels of Webb’s Depth of Knowledge, sequentially ordered, and labeled.

 Include SPECIFIC developmentally appropriate accommodations for student in ELL (English Language Learners) and ESE (Exceptional Student Education).

MicroTeach Directions and Expectations For Online Course

 IN YOUR RECORDING: At the conclusion of your lesson, you must include a VERBAL reflection about the planning process of your lesson. Answer the following questions:

o Why did you make the choices you did for this lesson? (Subject area, standard, stimulus variation, assessment, etc.)

o What was the most difficult part about planning this lesson? o What are your plans for MicroTeach #2? What will you do again? What

will you change (in your planning)? o *Note: The verbal reflection will not be part of your 5-8 minute lesson.

 Upload and post your Zoom recording to the indicated discussion link. Watch and react to at least 2 classmate’s recordings.

 After you receive feedback from your instructor AND at least 2 classmates, complete the Reflective Practitioner portion of the assignment immediately following your completed lesson plan and submit.

 Upload your completed lesson plan template, containing your Zoom recording link, to Canvas.

Microteach #2

Microteach #2 will have many of the same requirements as #1 with the following differences:

 You must use the same children’s book/poem/textbook excerpt as the reading content of your lesson plan for both microteaches.

 Choose a DIFFERENT subject area for this lesson.  Use a student-centered approach for this lesson (chapter 6)  You must submit an entirely new lesson plan for this microteach.  The Reflective Practitioner portion is NOT REQUIRED for microteach #2.  IN YOUR RECORDING: At the conclusion of your lesson, you must include a

VERBAL reflection about the microteach process of your lesson. Answer the following questions:

o What did you learn about teaching and leaning through the microteach experience?

o What will you take away and use as a future teacher? o *Note: The verbal reflection will not be part of your 5-8 minute lesson.

 Upload and post your Zoom recording to the indicated discussion link. Watch and react to at least 2 classmate’s recordings.

 Upload your completed lesson plan template, containing your Zoom recording link, to Canvas.

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