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Note: The italicized questions are there to guide your planning. Delete all of the writing in italics
as you complete each section.

Note: All words and phrases in RED can be found in the Glossary.

Grade Level: Subject: Group size: Date:

Instructional Location:

Lesson Goals

Lesson Title:

Central Focus of Lesson:

What is the important understanding or concept(s) that you want students to develop within the lesson? The central focus should go beyond a list of facts and skills, align with content standards and learning objectives, and address the subject-specific components that you describe in the learning segment.

What is the overall concept or idea students are learning from which you will teach one step along the way?

State Standard(s) Addressed:

What State Learning Standards will be addressed during the lesson? (include the standard’s number, text, and link)

Lesson Objectives and Language Demands

Content/Skill Objectives:

What will the students know and be able to do by the end of the lesson? (use observable language with measurable verbs)

Language Demands:

What specific language terms or concepts(syntax) and communication (discourse) will students be expected to utilize when demonstrating their understanding related to the lesson objectives?

Key Vocabulary:

Resources and Materials

Resources:

What books, handouts, digital resources, guest experts, library, field trip locations, etc. will you use?

Materials:

What materials will be needed (worksheets, games, projector, Smartboard, paper, pencils, art supplies, cards, post-its, etc.)

Sources:

If ideas in this lesson are based on information obtained from elsewhere (texts, articles, websites, etc.) acknowledge it here.

NOTE: Attach any handouts, activities, displays or templates that you plan to use at the end of this lesson plan.

Prior Academic Learning and Prerequisite Skills

Prior Academic Learning and Prerequisite Skills:

What prior knowledge, skills or schema will students need before they can be successful in this lesson? What must you tell them or explain to get them ready to learn this lesson?

Misconceptions:

What misunderstanding of information or concepts do you think might occur during this lesson?

What Teacher Will Do:

What Students Will Do:

Minutes [ ]

How will students practice the new skill or interact with the new content independently?

Formative Assessment: [see the Assessment Guide below for further assistance]

How will you monitor learning/check for understanding during these activities?

What Teacher Will Do:

What Students Will Do:

What Teacher Will Do:

What Students Will Do:

What Teacher Will Do:

What Students Will Do:

Lesson Plan Details

Write a detailed outline of your lesson, including instructional strategies, learning tasks, key questions, key transitions, student supports, assessment strategies, and conclusion. Your outline should be detailed enough that another teacher could understand it well enough to use it. Include what you will do as a teacher and what your students will be doing during each lesson phase. Include a few key time guidelines. Note: The italicized statements and scaffolding questions are meant to guide your thinking and planning. You do not need to answer them explicitly or address each one in your plan. Delete them before typing your lesson outline.

Beginning the Lesson/Introduction

Minutes [ ]

How will you pique interest and/or curiosity regarding today’s topic?

How will you activate and build on prior knowledge and experiences related to the topic?

How will you set the stage for learning and help students recall prior information for today’s lesson?

What Teacher Will Do:

What Students Will Do:r

Show your expectation for active engagement or what you want students to do or express as active participants

(for this and all sections that follow)

Introducing New Content/Skills

Minutes [ ]

How will you introduce and explain the new information or skills so that students will understand both the how and the why?

What Students Will Do:

What Teacher Will Do:

Independent Practice

Closing the Lesson

Minutes [ ]

How will you restate, clarify key concepts, extend ideas, check for understanding?

How will you engage students in reflection on how the content/skills learned today can be used as readers/writers/learners?

Summative Assessment: [see the Assessment Guide below for further assistance]

How will students share or demonstrate the extent to which they met the lesson’s learning objectives?

Extension

How could you extend this lesson if time permits?

What specific extension activity might the students do after this lesson to continue to practice the content and skills?

What will you do to further support those who did not meet learning objectives?

Accommodations/Differentiation

Students with Special Needs or IEPs:

What will you do to differentiate instruction to meet special needs or accommodate students’ special needs or IEP requirements?

English Learners:

What will you do to support students whose first language is not English?

Lesson Rationale/Justification

Principles of Research/Theory on Learning and Teaching:

Upon what research (evidence-based practices) and/or theories of learning and teaching did you base this lesson plan?

( cite your experts and sources)

Assessment Guide: Formative/Summative Assessment (Evidence) of Student Learning

How will you know whether students are making progress toward the lesson goals and how will you assess the extent to which they have met the goals? Use the chart below to describe and justify at least two assessment strategies you will use in your lesson. Note: Formative Assessment is done during the lesson and may be formal or informal, while Summative Assessment is done at the end and is usually formal.

Assessment Strategy #

1

:
Describe assessment strategy here.

Alignment with Lesson Goals:

Describe how this assessment is aligned to your stated lesson goals. Which learning objective(s) is it assessing?

Evidence of Student Understanding/Skill:

Describe how this assessment strategy provides evidence of student understanding of the concepts or demonstration of skills.

Feedback to Students:

Describe how you will provide feedback to students to guide their further learning.

Assessment Strategy #2:
Describe assessment strategy here.

Alignment with Lesson Goals:

Describe how this assessment is aligned to your stated lesson goals. Which learning objective(s) is it assessing?

Evidence of Student Understanding/Skill:

Describe how this assessment strategy provides evidence of student understanding of the concepts or demonstration of skills.

Feedback to Students:

Describe how you will provide feedback to students to guide their further learning.

Note: Add more assessment strategy boxes here if needed.

Glossary [excerpted from edTPA handbooks]

Assessment (formal and informal): All activities undertaken by teachers and by their students that provide information to be used as feedback to modify teaching and learning activities. Assessments provide evidence of students’ prior knowledge, thinking, or learning in order to evaluate what students understand and how they are thinking. Informal assessments may include, for example, student questions and responses during instruction and teacher observations of students as they work or perform. Formal assessments may include, for example, quizzes, homework assignments, journals, projects, and performance tasks.

Central Focus: A description of the important understandings and core concepts that you want students to develop within the learning segment. The central focus should go beyond a list of facts and skills, align with content standards and learning objectives, and address the subject-specific components in the lesson. 


Discourse: Discourse includes the structures of written and oral language, as well as how members of the discipline talk, write, and participate in knowledge construction. Discipline-specific discourse has distinctive features or ways of structuring oral or written language (text structures) that provide useful ways for the content to be communicated. In the language arts and literacy, there are structures for composing, interpreting, and comprehending expository, narrative, poetic, journalistic, and graphic print materials as well as video and live presentations.

Language Demands: Specific ways that academic language (vocabulary, functions, discourse, syntax) is used by students to participate in learning tasks through reading, writing, listening, and/or speaking to demonstrate their disciplinary understanding.

Misconceptions: For literacy, includes confusion about a strategy or skill (e.g., misunderstanding about text purpose and structure, application of a skill, or multiple meaning words). For mathematics, a misconception stems from an erroneous framework about mathematical relationships or concepts, sometimes based on informal generalizations from experience. For example, a student may believe that multiplying two numbers always results in a larger number than either of the numbers being multiplied. This misconception is likely to cause difficulty when learning to multiply fractions. 


Planned supports: Instructional strategies, learning tasks and materials, and other resources deliberately designed to facilitate student learning of the central focus. 


Prior Academic Learning and Prerequisite Skills: Includes students’ content knowledge and skills as well as academic experiences developed prior to the learning segment. 


Syntax: The set of conventions for organizing symbols, words, and phrases together into structures (e.g., sentences, graphs, tables).

Lesson Plan Rubric

Resources and Materials

Prior Academic Learning and Prerequisite Skills

Independent Practice

Plan explains
three
of these:
· How students will be supported as they practice skills or interact with new content
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Plan explains
two
of these:
· How students will be supported as they practice skills or interact with new content
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Lesson Plan Criteria:

3

Proficient

2

Developing

1

Emergent

Points Earned and Comments:

Central Focus

Plan includes
all
of these:

·

Describes important understandings and core concepts.

· Goes beyond list of facts and skills.

· Aligns with content standards and learning objectives.

· Addresses the subject-specific components in the lesson.

Plan includes
three
of these:

· Describes important understandings and core concepts.
· Goes beyond list of facts and skills.
· Aligns with content standards and learning objectives.
· Addresses the subject-specific components in the lesson.

Plan includes
two
of these:

· Describes important understandings and core concepts.
· Goes beyond list of facts and skills.
· Aligns with content standards and learning objectives.
· Addresses the subject-specific components in the lesson.

State Learning Standards

Plan includes
all
of these:

· Standard(s) number(s)

· Standard(s) text

· Link to Standard(s)

Plan includes
two
of these:
· Standard(s) number(s)
· Standard(s) text
· Link to Standard(s)

Plan includes
one
of these:

· Standard(s) number(s)
· Standard(s) text
· Link to Standard(s)

Lesson Objectives

Plan includes
all
of these:

· What students should know

· What students should do

· Observable language, measurable verbs

Plan includes
two
of these:
· What students should know
· What students should do
· Observable language, measurable verbs

Plan includes
onel
of these:

· What students should know
· What students should do
· Observable language, measurable verbs

Language Demands

Plan includes all of these:

· Syntax skills identified and related to the lesson objectives

· Discourse skills identified and related to the lesson objectives

·

Key vocabulary

Plan includes two of these:

· Syntax skills identified and related to the lesson objectives
· Discourse skills identified and related to the lesson objectives
· Key vocabulary

Plan includes one of these:

· Syntax skills identified and related to the lesson objectives
· Discourse skills identified and related to the lesson objectives
Key vocabulary

Plan includes
all
of the following:

· Resources

· Materials

· Sources

· All relevant handouts, templates, slides are attached

Plan includes
three
of the following:

· Resources
· Materials
· Sources
· All relevant handouts, templates, slides are attached

Plan includes
two
of the following:

· Resources
· Materials
· Sources
· All relevant handouts, templates, slides are attached

Plan includes
both
of these:

· Description of prior academic learning and prerequisite skills

· Description of common misconceptions regarding concepts addressed in the lesson

Plan includes
one
of these:
· Description of prior academic learning and prerequisite skills
· Description of common misconceptions regarding concepts addressed in the lesson

Plan names prior learning, prerequisite skills, and common misconceptions, but does not describe them

Beginning the Lesson

Plan explains
all
of these:

· How prior knowledge, interest, and purpose will be activated

· What teacher will do

· What students will do

· Timing (Minutes)

Plan explains
three
of these:

· How prior knowledge, interest, and purpose will be activated
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Plan explains
two
of these:

· How prior knowledge, interest, and purpose will be activated
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)
·

Introducing New Content/

Skills

Plan explains
all
of these::

· How students will encounter new information or skills

· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Plan explains
three
of these:
· How students will encounter new information or skills
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)
Plan explains
two
of these:
· How students will encounter new information or skills
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Guided Practice

Plan explains
all
of these:

· How students will be supported as they practice skills or interact with new content

· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Plan explains
three
of these:
· How students will be supported as they practice skills or interact with new content
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)
Plan explains
two
of these:
· How students will be supported as they practice skills or interact with new content
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)
Plan explains
all
of these:

· How students will practice skills or interact with new content independently

· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Formative Assessment

Plan explains how teacher will monitor learning/check for understanding during
three
of these:

· Beginning the Lesson

· Introducing New Content

· Guided Practice

· Independent Practice

Plan explains how teacher will monitor learning/check for understanding during
two
of these:

· Beginning the Lesson
· Introducing New Content
· Guided Practice
· Independent Practice

Plan explains how teacher will monitor learning/check for understanding during
one of these:

· Beginning the Lesson
· Introducing New Content
· Guided Practice
· Independent Practice

Summative Assessment

Plan explains
all
of these:

· How students will demonstrate the extent to which they met learning objectives

· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Plan explains
three
of these:
· How students will demonstrate the extent to which they met learning objectives
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)
Plan explains
two
of these:
· How students will demonstrate the extent to which they met learning objectives
· What teacher will do
· What students will do
· Timing (Minutes)

Closing / Extending the Lesson

Plan explains
both
of these:

· Specific extension activity

· Further support for students who did not meet learning objectives

Plan explains
one
of these:

· Specific extension activity
· Further support for students who did not meet learning objectives

Extension activities and further support are mentioned, but not explained.

Special Needs / English Learners

Plan explains
both
of these:

· How special learning needs will be addressed

· How English Learners will be supported

Plan explains
one
of these:
· How special learning needs will be addressed
· How English Learners will be supported

Support for special needs and English Learners are mentioned, but not explained.

Lesson Rationale

Plan includes
three
relevant research-based principles of learning and teaching, and their sources

Plan includes
two
relevant research-based principles of learning and teaching, and their sources

Plan includes
one
relevant research-based principle of learning and teaching, and its source

TOTAL:____/45

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