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Extreme Makeover. Lesson Plan Edition. Plans:. They help you reach your destination. Today's Objectives. By the end of this lesson you should be able to. Prepare lesson plans that engage students in learning process. Identify BISD expectations for preparing lesson plans. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Plans:They help you reach your destination.

  • Today's Objectives Prepare lesson plans that engage students in learning process. Identify BISD expectations for preparing lesson plans. Create a lesson plan for your field site classroom.By the end of this lesson you should be able to . . .

  • The Lesson Cycle

    District Curriculum Sequence(TEKS)121110987654321KPlanningTeaching

  • The Lesson Cycle

    Explain/ModelCheck K & CDistrict Curriculum Sequence(TEKS)121110987654321KObjectivesPlanLessonState Objective(s)FOCUSPlanningTeaching

  • The Lesson Cycle

    Explain/ModelCheck K & CGuided Prac.========Check for UnderstandingDistrict Curriculum Sequence(TEKS)121110987654321KObjectivesPlanLessonState Objective(s)FOCUSPlanningTeaching

  • The Lesson Cycle

    Explain/ModelCheck K & CReteachGuided Prac.========Check for UnderstandingNoYesIndependentPracticeDistrict Curriculum Sequence(TEKS)121110987654321KObjectivesPlanLessonState Objective(s)FOCUSPlanningTeaching

  • The Lesson Cycle

    Explain/ModelCheck K & CReteachGuided Prac.========Check for UnderstandingNoYesIndependentPracticeEnrichDistrict Curriculum Sequence(TEKS)121110987654321KObjectivesPlanLessonState Objective(s)FOCUSPlanningTeaching

  • The Lesson Cycle

    Explain/ModelCheck K & CReteachMonitor,Feedback,AdjustGuided Prac.========Check for UnderstandingNoYesIndependentPracticeEnrichClosureDistrict Curriculum Sequence(TEKS)121110987654321KObjectivesPlanLessonState Objective(s)FOCUSPlanningTeaching

  • The Lesson Cycle

    Explain/ModelCheck K & CReteachMonitor,Feedback,AdjustGuided Prac.========Check for UnderstandingNoYesIndependentPracticeEnrichClosureDistrict Curriculum Sequence(TEKS)121110987654321KObjectivesPlanLessonState Objective(s)FOCUSPlanningTeachingOn toNext Objective

  • ObjectivesTEKSCourse Curriculum GuideState-Approved Texts Teachers EditionsDetermined by Texas Education Agency Local District Campus Site-based CommitteeNot Negotiable!

  • Anticipatory SetTo grab and focus students attention toward the lesson.

    Ex. Video clips, PowerPoint, props, interesting materials, poem, story, picture, unusual objects, music lyrics, costumes, etc.

  • TeachingInputModeling

    Check for UnderstandingQuestioning

  • InputInput is different ways of teaching a lesson. It should engage the learner. Interactive discussions that include presentation of information, questioning, sharing of ideas and points of view, etc.Technology instructional software, distance learning, exploration on the world wide web, etc. Discovery or investigative learning research, interviews, field trips, etc.Examples:

  • ModelingDemonstration showing examples of what you expect for the students to accomplish. For example . . . Working through a math problem with students.Showing what a paper crane looks like before having students fold their own

  • Check for UnderstandingSee if students got it.If not, re-input and re- model.

    Questioning: Aim for higher levels on the Blooms taxonomy (revised by Krathwahl)Ex. Ask more than if the students just remember what was said.

  • Guided Practice/MonitoringStudents work under supervision and instructionof teacher as needed.Ex. Teacher strolls throughout classroom observing and helping struggling students

  • Closure How to bring the lesson to an end without losing the students interest in the lesson. Major points learned during the lesson are reinforced at this time.Cue students that the end is near: Time expired, goals reached.Review what was learned or what should have been learned.

  • Independent Practice Cooperative learning projects Personal assignments HomeworkStudent(s) work separated from teaching

  • What does the BISD lesson plan form look like?

  • Where can I find the BISD lesson plan form?www.birdville.k12.tx.us

  • What am I expected to do with my plans?Your assignment is to plan and teach a 20 minute (or longer) lesson during the 3rd six weeks:Must match your curriculumMust be an original planMust be approved by your mentor teacherMust select a date on calendar

  • Dates for Lesson Presentation(Tentative)November 18, 19, 20December 2, 3, 4December 9, 10,11December 16,17,18January 6, 7, 8

  • Lets do an extreme makeover! Working with your campus teams, identify which part of the lesson plan the examples fit into.Sort and glue them to the part of the daily lesson plan in which you think they best fit.Discuss with team members and be prepared to share with the class.

  • Bus driver, share that plan!

  • PowerPoint created by

    Karen Kallas, BHS Teacher/Coordinator for Ready, Set, Teach!Self-proclaimed lover of RST Interns

    David Slick enters as Ty Pennington shouting: Good morning new teacher family! (Everyone enters screaming and all pepped up) Were going to send all of you on a year long trip to ---- your own BISD classroom! But first, let me introduce the design team. (Introduce members) Now,lets go on into your school and see whats going on. (Show clip from Ferris Beuller) When finished say, Well, obviously we have some problems with engaging lessons going on here. It looks like we have to make some big changes. So, lets think about what it is that we want to accomplish, folks. O.K. design team. We know that by the time these new teachers leave today we want to be able to make sure that they can prepare lessons that engage students. We want them to know what BISD expects in the area of lesson planning, and we want them to take away a lesson plan that is ready to use near the beginning of school.So lets hear from the design team. Hi, Im ___________, and my part of the design team is objectives. You have agreed to follow these predetermined objectives when you signed your contract. They are set by TEA, BISD, and your campus. You may look for them in the TEKS, approved course curriculum guides or the teachers edition of your state approved classroom textbooks. These objectives are not negotiable. This is your guide for what will be taught in the classroom.Hi, Im ___________, and my part of the design team is the anticipatory set. Once your planning is done, youve go to grab and focus your students attention, which can be quite a task when they return from the summer break. I like to refer to this as the part of the lesson that hooks their attention and places their attention on the lesson.Hi, Im ___________, and my part of the design team is teaching. The three parts of teaching include input, modeling, and the check for understanding. Lets look at each of these more closely.Many of us have sat through lessons that were like what we just viewed on the video. Well, the days of the dry old lecture are gone. The learner, not the teacher, should be the center of instruction, so how that input is given to the student should entice the student to learn. Here are some examples: (Read red portions of screen)Modeling is showing students what you expect them to do. It may be as simple as working a math problem together as a class, or showing a variety of examples of previous work or projects completed by students. This helps students contrast and compare what quality work looks like versus inferior work.A question that all good teachers ask themselves is, How will I be able to tell if the students got it? It may be by looking at participation; it may be a thumbs up, thumbs down check; it may be asking higher level questions. What ever method you choose to check for understanding should be more than asking, Alright, does everyone understand?Guided practice is the part or the lesson where the teacher gets to see the students practice what was learned in. This is where the teacher should be seen strolling throughout the room checking on each student to make sure they are not struggling, but are understanding the concepts presented.Hi, Im ___________, and my part of the design team is closure. I used to think that closure meant that when the bell rang, we put our books away and changed classes. But now I know that it is much more. Remind students what they have accomplished during the lesson, and allow an opportunity for them to share what should have been learned. A good way to describe this part of the lesson is that it is a summary, but be sure that you allow the students to be involved in this. Remember, they should be active participants.Hi, Im ___________, and my part of the design team is independent practice. Often times this is equated with homework. However, independent practice can be done in the classroom, also. Independent practice continued at home promotes reinforcement of skills and allows more classroom time for engaged learning. Independent practice does not have to be done individually, but remember that students need to be individually accountable for collaborative work. For instance, if a group works on a presentation cooperatively, each group should be accountable for the information and the presentation of the project.So there you have it, folks -- look at what the design team members and you will be working with to create engaging lesson plans for your lesson plan makeover. But first, we need to look at some tools we will be using and find out how to use them. Ive invited Mrs. Karen Kallas, an experienced teacher in BISD, to join us today to share this information. (Mrs. Kallas) What does the lesson plan format look like that you are to use in BISD? Design team, could you please hand out copies! The basic skeleton of the lesson plan is what you have before you. We have plugged in the parts of the lesson plan weve just reviewed inside the table cells under description. Take a minute to look at these. (Mrs. Kallas)