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Are you looking to construct a lesson plan that will help K-12 students master new content, concepts, and skills? Lesson Planning: A Research-based Model for K-12 Classrooms can help by guiding you in the selection of research-based instructional strategies and types of materials designed to consider all learners’ needs.
- Part I establishes the theoretical foundations of the ideas used in the lesson planning process.
- Part II is a step-by-step guide to developing direct and inquiry-based lesson plans.
- Meeting the Needs of all learners — woven throughout each chapter, the authors address the diverse needs of students.
- INTASC Standards Correlation Guide appears on the inside front cover to help readers quickly identify the lessons that meet each standard.
- Connections to the INTASC Standards are woven throughout each chapter’s content and activities.
- Unit Connections explain how the chapter’s content is used in the development of a unit
- Technology in Education (TiE) — a feature throughout the book provide practical help in the lesson planning process including rubric generating sites, lesson plan templates, ideas for lesson activities, and links to useful classroom materials.
- Reality Check, a feature in each chapter, provides advice from practicing classroom teachers who represent a range of subjects and grade levels.
- Your Turn feature at the end of each chapter helps you create your own standards-based lesson plan in both direct and indirect instruction formats.
Table of contents
Instructional Strategies List
PART I: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS FOR PLANNING A LESSON
Chapter 1: Planning is Necessary
Planning is Professional Decision-Making
Teacher Accountability: Past and Present
Planning as a Road Trip Analogy
Reasons for Planning
Remaining Focused During Instruction
Selecting Appropriate Materials and Strategies
Incorporates Academic Standards
Long Range Planning
Daily Lesson Plans
Interdisciplinary Thematic Unit
Activity: Reflections on Planning
Chapter 2: Teaching is Informed Decision Making
Making Decisions: Experienced and Expert Teachers
The Importance of a Personal Philosophy of Teaching
Philosophy: A K-12 Lesson Planning Model That Works
Activity 1: Your Beliefs
Activity 2: Your Philosophy
PART II: STRUCTURAL FOUNDATIONS OF A LESSON PLAN
Chapter 3: Identifying a Topic and Academic Standards
Identifying Academic Standards
Standards and Educational Reform
Identify a Topic and Standards for a Lesson
Activity 1: Your
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