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Lesson Plan Lesson Plan: include the following categories and justify leaving blank any categories that do not apply. Remember your project may not be a traditional lesson like you might use in a class session but it is instruction. Your understanding of how instructional design processes transfer to classroom work can be enhanced by transferring the information you compiled in your ID to the form of a more traditional technology integrated lesson plan. Most likely, your instructional product will be part of the activities for this larger lesson plan. Date created: Date Modified: Lesson Title: Target students: Designer: Grade Level: Field Test Site: Instructional Goal: Instructional Objectives: Technologies used: Reference Information: Targeted Learning domains/Instructional Strategies that correspond: Topic Area: Grouping Strategy if any: Content Area: QCC connection: Description of activities: Assessment strategy:
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3 Sample Lesson Plans Lesson Plan 1 Date created: 2/3/01 Date Modified: Lesson Title: Internet Acceptable Use Policy Web Based Instructional Unit Target students: Secondary students in McIntosh County Schools Designer: Grade Level: 6-12 Field Test Site: Instructional Goal: Given the McIntosh County Internet Acceptable Use Policy (AUP), and an online Web Based instructional (WBI) unit on the AUP, McIntosh County students in grades six through twelve will demonstrate competency in applying the principles of the AUP by scoring at least an 80% on an online quiz containing twenty multiple-choice questions. Instructional Objectives: 1. Given an Internet connected computer, students will successfully access the Internet AUP WBI unit. 2. Given the AUP and the WBI unit, students will successfully complete the online tutorial. 3. Given an Internet connected computer, students will demonstrate competency in applying the principles of the AUP by scoring at least an 80% on an online quiz containing twenty multiple-choice questions. Technologies used: Internet Explorer and an Internet connected computer Website development done in what? Reference Information: McIntosh County Schools Internet Acceptable use Policy http://www.ala.org/ICONN/fc-infolit.html http://www.ala.org/aasl/news/fcethicsfeb2001.html http://netizen.uoregon.edu/ Targeted Learning domains/Instructiona l Strategies that correspond: The WBI tutorial will facilitate student ability to apply (higher order domain) their knowledge (verbal information) of the Internet AUP by providing information from the policy in small chunks rather than presenting the information all at once. Students will proceed through the tutorial at their own pace to learn how to apply (discrimination) the concepts of the policy to answer questions, to identify (concrete concepts) consequences of inappropriate use, and to classify (defined concepts) terminology related to policy interpretation. Topic Area:
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course ITED 8300 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at Valdosta State University .

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