IntroLessonPlanning2011 - An Introduction To Lesson...

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"O!*OUSPEVDUJPO!5P!-FTTPO! 1MBOOJOH C&I 401 Mathematics Source: Brahier 2009, Ch. 6
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General Considerations Date, Grade Level, Course Title, Length of Class, Number of Students Prior Knowledge : What mathematical knowledge are you assuming students have entering into this lesson? How can you link the new content to their prior knowledge?
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Lesson Goal Usually 1 or 2 clearly stated broad goals. Often begins: “To develop an understanding of…” “To promote the ability of students to…” (Think Process Standards) These paint the BIG picture goals of your lesson and often come from state or national standards.
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Lesson Objectives Usually 2 to 5 specific statements of what a student should feel, know, or be able to do by the end of the lesson. Objectives are measurable and relate to mathematical content or processes Often begins: “Students will be able to…” “Students will (verb)……” Bloom’s Taxonomy is a great resource for verbs used in learning objectives.
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course CI 401 taught by Professor Poetzel during the Fall '11 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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