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  • Transgression Lesson Plan

    Component A Expected learner outcome: This lesson plan is designed for year 7 students and introduces the concept of variables / pronumerals, like and unlike terms in algebra ("Mathematics Years 7-10 Syllabus," 2003, p. 82-83). By the end of this lesson students should be able to distinguish between like and unlike terms and know how to perform an addition or subtraction involving these terms. Describe the lesson: In this lesson, the teacher introduces the concept of variables and develops the…

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  • Ela Lesson Summary

    Entry 3: Writing Instruction/Assessment Lesson Summary - • For this prompt, I observed a sixth grade class during an ELA lesson about revising essays. • The teacher implied that the objective for the lesson was for students to be able to revise their essays through the use of a rubric. o Her instruction was well aligned with the objectives. She used various examples and worked on a sample paper in front of the class so students could understand what was expected of them. o The assessment was…

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  • Lesson Analysis Outline

    Lesson Plan Analysis Outline Name of Activity or Experience: People Sort Intended Age Group: Preschool (3-5 year olds) Materials needed: Five Creature By Emily Jakens • Two Large Rectangles made with masking tape for children to stand in. • 12 children Space: What kind of space is required (table, outdoor yard floor space, etc.): The space that is required for this particular lesson is an open floor plan where the children who are the audience are able to sit down, as well as enough…

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  • Effective Lesson Plan Essay

    an effective lesson plan should be one of the most important things that every teacher should strive to have. When teachers have an effective lesson plan it provides them with a guide for teaching a lesson. This allows for the least amount of distractions because having a lesson plan keeps teachers on track. It also allows for teachers to track students’ progress. Teachers can also set and achieve goals that they want their child students to learn by writing it down in their lesson plans. In…

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  • Lessons Learned From The Classroom

    The lesson was interested for one because all of the students were mainly on the same level. The class was diverse and all the students were able to accommodate themselves independently. The five lessons was based off a fourth grade story An Honestly Fun Camp. The story was interesting and the students enjoyed reading the passage. The passage was short and that also made it easier on the students. The five lessons was taught Monday- Friday in all areas of literacy…

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  • Lesson Plan 1: Teaching Strategies And Rationale

    Lesson Plan One – Teacher’s Guide Teaching Strategies and Rationale: For preparing to have a classroom discussion, the class has the opportunity to first share ideas and experiences related to the anticipation guide amongst their peers. The teacher will later then still have the ability to direct where conversations may lead with having the power to dissolve any appropriate/unnecessary conversations. As an ideational hook, having students in small groups of 2-3 to discuss the questions allows…

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  • Pegs And Holes Lesson Summary

    Lesson Summary: 2 Minutes- Comparison of Pegs and Holes to Candyland. A slide with display a picture of both board games for the students to use in their comparison. This will conclude with the definition of a race game and how the two games fall into this category. Key Point: How are these two objects similar? What do both games need in order to be played? -Players, these are not activities that can be played by a single person. 1 Minute- Brief description of the object and the rules of Pegs…

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  • How To Critique A Lesson Plan

    A lesson plan was written up for a Year 5 Humanities and Social Science lesson covering the curriculum content, why people work in groups to achieve their aims, and how they can express their shared beliefs and values and exercise influence (ACHCK027) (Australian Curriculum, n.d.). The completed lesson plan was then emailed to three peers and the unit tutor. The peers and tutor were to review and provide constructive feedback on how the lesson plan could be improved. Through the process of…

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  • How Successful Was The Lesson?

    1. In general, how successful was the lesson? Did the students learn what you intended for them to learn? How do you know? I feel that the lesson went extremely well, the students paid attention and even used the new strategy that was taught in their daily work. My class loves to participate in Math and continues to build their strategy library daily. Student did learn from the lesson, they learned how to double their factors and half them and still come up with the same answer. Some students…

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  • Willow Bend Kindergarten Lesson

    couple of lessons at Willow Bend kindergarten. The first lesson I taught was a fall lesson. The students were asked to cut out leaves and a tree branch from construction paper. Then they were asked to write the word “the” a couple of times in a sentence. The students loved the lesson so much that some of them were saying it was the best day ever. They turned out very neat that I got to hang them up in the classroom and that made me feel very happy for what I had achieved. Another lesson that I…

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