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Begin with the end in mind. What do you want students to walk away understanding. What product/presentation will they create? What is the the overall intent of the lesson plainly stated. www.memebucket.com
Activity padlet.com Begin with the end in mind. What do you want students to walk away understanding? What product/presentation will they create? What is the the overall intent of the lesson plainly stated.
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An appropriate timetable is important when designing lessons. The lesson plan should be designed to include a balance of online and offline activities. lh5.ggpht.com
Reflect on this as you begin creating your lesson plans outline. currentteaching.files.wordpress.com
Technological skills are important, but should not distract from the academic portion of the lesson, but rather enhance it. Students will learn as they go along.
If you use Google Apps for education for your lesson, think about how long it took you to learn this. Will students take just as long to learn? currentteaching.files.wordpress.com
The learning objective is the meat of a lesson plan. It is what will guide the student and teacher throughout the lesson. drive.google.com Writing Effective Learning Objectives.mp4
Time to begin lesson design. Use a Google Doc,type in your name and begin your lesson, purpose, duration and objectives. docs.google.com Sign in - Google Accounts
Activities should be engaging and meaningful. Presenting video explanations are always great and allows for students to go back and review. Make sure to continue adding to your Google Doc
Activity Resourcesohttp://bit.ly/1CRXWPN docs.google.com Below are various resources that can be used as activities for students. Power My Learning Khan Academy PHET Simulations ELA Interactives Screen Casting- Allows you to record yourself teaching a lesson. Explore More….
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The most crucial step needed in each lesson plan is application. If learning is not transferred from the place of learning to something tangible or applicable to real life, time will have been wasted.
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www.google.com G Suite for Education: A suite of free productivity tools for classroom collaboration
www.blendspace.com Make learning fun with Tes Teach with Blendspace, the free and easy edtech tool teachers love for lessons, projects, presentations, and more. No planning needed.
Formative and summative, how will you assess? Could you insert small assessment points throughout or wait until the final product to assess? katienovakudl.com
www.edutopia.org Checking for understanding is good for both students and teachers. We’ve rounded up a variety of digital tools to help you do it.
drive.google.com Formative vs. Summative Assessments.mp4

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