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Lesson Plan and Lesson Reflection (Modeled after the Pathwise Lesson Plan format) Teacher Kaitlin McCann and Rachel Shuki Grade (s ) 5-7 Date 5-18-2011 Time:10:00- 10:30 INSTRUCTION PLAN Ecological DOMAIN: Community, Recreation/Leisure, School/Work, Home And ODE Content Area: FCS Standard 8: Manage Personal Transitions Introductory Benchmark C: Explore skills to express emotions and resolve differences and conflict in school and family relationships. Descriptor: 1. Recognize emotions to express them in socially acceptable ways. 2. Compare alternative responses to conflict and the consequences. 3. Describe appropriate strategies to effectively resolve conflicts. 4. Explore effective communication skills to resolve interpersonal conflicts. REFLECTION To be completed during and after the lesson with notes for improvement and student intervention that may be continued. Adapted from PATHWISE Series, (2001) and The Spiral Learning, Harvard Project, (1995) Further adapted by Karen Oswald (2008) & Roth, M. 2010) *Not included in EDSP Field Lesson –Be aware of Pathwise language
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Adapted from PATHWISE Series, (2001) and The Spiral Learning, Harvard Project, (1995) Further adapted by Karen Oswald (2008) & Roth, M. 2010) *Not included in EDSP Field Lesson –Be aware of Pathwise language 1. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES: Student(s) will: match the correct emotion (e.g. sad) with its action
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