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1CEC 5.0-5.2, 5.5, 5.7; NCTM 4B, 4E; NCSS 2A-2E; NSTA 2A, 2B, 2C, 4A, 4B, 4C; CAEP K-6 3C, 3D;NASM 3D4, 3D5; ILA 1.1, 2.2;NCTE I, III, XI; NCSS 2A, 2B, 3B; ACTFL 4A, 4C; AMLE 4A, 4D; SHAPE HEALTH 2A-F, 3A-C, 4B, 5A; SHAPE PE 3A, C-F, 5BSchool/School District: ______________________Collaborating Teacher: ________________________________________Grade level _____ Number of students in class_____ Number of students with IEP_____ Number of gifted students_____ Number of ELL ______Lesson Title: ____________________________________________________________________________________________Unit Title (if applicable): _________________________________________________________________________________PerformanceCriteriaIneffectiveDevelopingAccomplishedExemplaryMultiple parts of the lessonplan are missing orincompleteThe assignment is developingbut not-yet at a level that couldbe considered basicThis is the level at whichmost pre-service teachersshould score:the basicelements of the assignmentare there but needdevelopment and depthThe assignment contains all ofthe elements in a final, well-developed lesson plan1. Context: Describe the students for which this lesson is designedIdentify your students’ backgrounds, special needs, cultural differences, interests, and/or language proficiencies.Discuss modifications and accommodations made for these students.ContextKTPS/InTASC1A, 1B, 1E, 1G,Does not recognizediversity in the classroomRecognizes diversity in theclassroomRecognizes and documentsdiversity in the classroomRecognizes and documentsdiversity in the classroom ANDdemonstrates direct link tolesson procedures
22A, 3F, 6H, 7B,8A, 8CCAEP P-6 1A,B, C, 2A, B, C,D, 3A, B, C, D,5A2. Kentucky Academic Standards and Measurable Learning ObjectivesIf this lesson is part of a unit, complete parts A, B, and C. If this is a stand-alone lesson, only complete part B.A.Previous lesson’s Kentucky Academic Standard AND measurable learning objective.B.Current lesson’s Kentucky Academic Standard AND measurable learning objective.C.Next lesson’s Kentucky Academic Standard AND measurable learning objective.LearningTargets/ObjectiveKTPS/InTASC7ACAEP P-6 1B,3C, D, 4A, 5ALesson objective is anaction statement (Example:students will completeworksheet)Lesson objective is NOTmeasurableLesson objective is measurableand based on what students willknow or be able to do as aresult of the lesson and relatesto current lesson’s KASLesson objective is measurableand based on what students willknow or be able to do as a resultof the lesson and relates tocurrent AND past or futurelessons’ KAS

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Term
Spring
Professor
Subhi
Tags
Formative assessment, Summative assessment

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