2. Objectives are statements, using a measurable verb that indicate what a learner will accomplish or do. Multiple objectives reflect integration of content areas.
3. Assessment and Evaluation
Assessment drives objectives, so both areas need to be developed concurrently.
4. Introduction to the lesson orients the students to the objectives of the lesson. This component should access prior knowledge, activate motivation, attract the senses (visual, auditory, tactile, kinesthetic), may be an excerpt from literature, could be a stimulating question, mini lesson or activity. This introduction should be short and focused.
List all the materials you need to complete this lesson. Plan distribution of materials.
6. Technology Integration requires specification of technology or audio-visual aids to this lesson.
7. Teacher Presentation or Facilitation: (includes reviews, practice, and questions)
This section will include beginning and ending reviews, direct instruction, group facilitation, and practices. The procedures may be listed, alternating teacher and student activities.
8. Differentiated Instruction
Your class will be composed of children with various developmental levels, diverse linguistic, socio-economic, cultural, and academic needs. These needs will require accommodations to be specified in this section of your plan.
9. Follow-up Reflection (completed after the lesson has been taught)