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EDUC 2204: Lesson Plan Format for a 90-Minute Lesson Teacher_________________________________________________________________ Lesson Title: __ Intro to the solar system_____ Unit Goals and Domains Addressed in this Lesson: Instructional Objectives: Describe historical view of the solar system. Name the planets, and describe their motion around the sun Explain how the solar system formed. Common Core Standards or Grade Level Expectations: GLE: The student will use the nebular hypothesis to explain the formation of the solar system. Interpret geological maps of Louisiana to describe the states geologic history Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills Needed: The solar system. New Terms or Concepts: geological map, geocentric model, heliocentric model, moon, nebula, nebular hypothesis, Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels: Accommodations for Diversity: Show videos of the formation for visual learners.
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OPENING Academic Focus: List and explain how the teacher and students will open the lesson. Time: 10 minutes What will the teacher do? What will the students do? Play a video on Kepler’s Laws of Planetary motion.
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