Unit Lesson.Plan.Cycle

Unit Lesson.Plan.Cycle - A Basic Guide: The purpose of this...

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A Basic Guide:
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The purpose of this lesson is to provide information needed to properly develop lesson plans as well as to develop a working understanding of the lesson cycle. First Things First! Lesson Plans vs. Unit Plans Practical & Theoretical Underpinnings of the Lesson Cycle
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Title Information: Title Information: Lesson Goal: Lesson Goal: Objectives: Objectives: Objective Activity Objective Activity TEKS/TAKS TEKS/TAKS Information: Information: TEKS/TAKS Activity TEKS/TAKS Activity Focus/Interest Focus/Interest Approach: Approach: Lesson Content: Lesson Content: Guided Practice: Guided Practice: Independent Practice: Independent Practice: List of Materials: List of Materials: References: References:
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Three parts of a formal behavioral objective. Who’s verbs do I use? Blooms Writing objectives to different levels: Cognition Psychomotor Affective Teach & Organize Content by Objective!
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How should they look in the lesson
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course AGSD 420 taught by Professor Kylemcgregor during the Spring '11 term at Tarleton.

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