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Master of Science in Education Instructional Plan Template and Rubric © Laureate Education, Inc. 1
Instructional Plan Template Candidate’s Name: Mrs. Masse Setting/Grade Level: 4 Subject(s): Writing School: VCS Date: NA Theme/Title: Important Figures in History 1. PLANNING L EARNING O UTCOMES /G OALS What will students learn? Learn about famous Americans in history, read in a group and write as an individual and group, learn how to focus on facts and pick out important information. 1. PLANNING L EARNING O BJECTIVES What will students do? Use data when possible and ensure objectives are measurable. Form an opinion, begin to read independently by small group and individual readings, make connections between key events, critical thinking, write an opinion about a famous person in the reading and revise their opinion based on facts they use for support. 1. PLANNING B LOOM S R EVISED T AXONOMY Which level(s) of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy is targeted? X Remembering x Understanding x Applying Analyzing Evaluating x Creating 1. PLANNING S TANDARDS A DDRESSED Which state content standards does this lesson address? CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.4.1.B - Provide reasons that are supported by facts and details. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.4.1.C - Link opinion and reasons using words and phrases © Laureate Education, Inc. 2
1. PLANNING R EAL W ORLD C ONTEXTS What real-world contexts are included in the lesson? If not included, please explain why real- world contexts are not appropriate for this lesson. Place their work on the class blog that is shared with international schools 1. PLANNING C OLLABORATION Was collaboration with other professionals, families, or community leaders included for this lesson? Describe the collaborative effort. If collaboration was not included, please give a rationale of why it was not needed. A skype session was performed with the Maine State Museum, they provided us with a virtual tour of the civil war wing and provided a discussion of important people during the civil war. 2. METHODOLOGY L EARNING E XPERIENCE / A CTIVITY List the activities, including how you activate background knowledge and bring closure to the lesson. Please make sure you can demonstrate student engagement throughout the lesson. Introductory/Anticipatory Set Discussion about important Americans, I will use probing questions to determine how much they know about key events and people. I will provide a key events timeline.

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