As promised, here is your guide (TE 408 Model Lesson Plan) to writing up a lesson plan for your portfolio and all future lesson planning in TE 408. Get familiar with this doc!
The questions we ask set parameters for learning and can open and close possibilities for learning. Wiggins & McTighe have a great article, What Makes a Question Essential? that discusses what does and doesn’t qualify and the specific considerations to be made in order to form good essential questions for lessons and units. Check it out!
Click here for a Teaching Channel Video on Essential Questions.
The first round of Spring microteaching calls for you to submit either a written or electronic lesson plan (via email) before you teach. The lesson plan doesn’t need to follow a specific predetermined format, but it must include:
1. A RATIONALE
2. PRACTICAL GOALS/OUTCOMES
3. MATERIALS REQUIRED
4. CONTENT STANDARDS MET
5. SPECIFIC PROCEDURES
Again, feel free to utilize this Common Teaching Strategies document to give you ideas.
AND, here is your 408 Microteaching Rubric: note what will be expected of your content knowledge, skills, and professionalism and plan accordingly!
*Please note that these dates tentative:
Hey, all —
Here are the materials I shared in class today. Blank template: