Online Class Lesson Plan Project 1
PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS:
Design a lesson plan on one subject from Topic 1 or 2 from the list that is provided by your instructor. Include the following:
Overview: Write an introduction to the class activity. Include the purpose of the activity and desired outcome.
APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.
Refer to “Lesson Plan Scoring Guide,” prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You’ll notice this statement in the assignment text: “Your lesson plan may be in any form approved by the instructor.” There are two approved lesson plan templates, and I’ve attached them both. I’ve chosen these because you’re likely to find them if you search online for GCU plans anyway, and I’ve found students consistently submit quality lesson plans when using these templates. I’ve made some adjustments to make them easier to use. You may use either one or a combination of the two.
I know I’ll be asked about substitutions, so if you’re already using a specific lesson plan template in your own school, you may* use that. Please note, I’m not going to review and approve other lesson plan templates in advance. I will leave it to your judgment* to make it equivalent in thoroughness and adapt as needed to submit it as a substitution.
I’m providing the templates to save you some time in searching online for templates so please dedicate that time to familiarize yourself with any concepts that are new to you on these templates, and to look at lessons on your chosen topic from fellow educators online.
A note about Learning Objectives. I’ve found many students struggle with this. I hope you find this helpful. List 2-3 objectives for your lesson. Your learning objectives are stating how you intend your students to demonstrate learning and how you’re measuring that. Do not use students will [learn/understand/gain knowledge]. This is a common pitfall.
An easy formula you can use: Students will be able to [do what, note an action verb] by performing what [your activity/assessment] to what degree of comprehension [80%,100%, etc.]
So they’d read like these examples: Students will be able to define the lesson’s key vocabulary with 90% accuracy on their worksheet. Or, Students will be able to compare and contrast four different shapes with 100% accuracy as demonstrated in their pair and share activity. Very simple to do, just follow the formula!
You can look at action verbs by referring to Bloom’s Taxonomy, and here’s a helpful overview of that.
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