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Backward Design Lesson Plan Template Teacher                                                              Subject             Grade level                                       Lesson title                                                                                                                                                                                                Step 1—Desired Results Standards, benchmarks, other objectives as needed (e.g., IEP)—What should students know,  understand, and be able to do as a result of the lesson? Minimum: General Learner Outcome (GLO) Florida Content and Performance Standard and Benchmark (MFAS or FCAT 2.0 Science) Florida Teacher Performance Standard Step 2—Assessment Evidence Performance task—What will students do to show what they have learned? Performance criteria—How good is good enough to meet standards? Step 3—Learning Plan (STRATEGIES) Learning activities (step by step from start to finish, detailed enough for another teacher to follow) Step 4—Reflection What happened during my lesson? What did my students learn? How do I know? 
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