1.PLANNINGSTANDARDSADDRESSEDList the standards by including the state, number of the standard(s), and a descriptionof the standard(s).Which international, national, or state or content standards does thislesson address?Other (ISTE, Professional Standards associated with yourspecialization). See RWR College of Education and LeadershipDispositions, MSED Program and Professional Educator Success,Technology Proficiencies, and Diversity Proficiencies in the MSEDDocuments folder under Course Home.Professional Development/Growth: The student engages inongoing professional development and growth to improveprofessional practice.Equity: The student demonstrates culturally responsive practicesto create an inclusive learning environment that is respectful ofdiverse cultures, values, and beliefs of others.Communication: The student uses effective verbal, nonverbal,and technological communication techniques foster active inquiry,improve collaboration, and create positive interactions in thelearning environment.1.PLANNINGLEARNINGOUTCOMES/SMARTGOALSWhat will students learn?The SMART goals information is located in the MSED Documentsfolder under Course Home. Review the document with Bloom’sTaxonomy verbs.By June 2, 2021 Students will be able to practice and identifying the letter Aa, Pp1.PLANNINGLEARNINGOBJECTIVES(ATLEASTTWO)What will students do? All objectives Support for creating Learning Objectives is located in the MSEDDocuments folder under Course Home. Review the document withBloom’s Taxonomy verbs.Students will be able to construct the letter Aa, Pp using clay and laminated templates of each letter.
must be measurable. Students will be able to explain how apples grow using the information given in the read-aloud text. 1.PLANNINGBLOOM’SREVISEDTAXONOMYWhich level(s) of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy are targeted? Make sure that you reachthe higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (Evaluating and Creating). ☐Remembering☐Understanding☐Applying☐Analyzing☐Evaluating☐CreatingReview the Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs in the MSED Documents folderunder Course Home.1.PLANNINGREALWORLDCONTEXTSWhat real-world contexts are included in the lesson? Link the topic of the lesson to the relevance forthe student. Include opportunities for students to demonstrate careerand college readiness skills.Concluding our DIFFERENT COLORS OF APPLES unit, students will visit the Milburn Orchard farm trip. We will take a tour of the orchard and take a hayride to integrate student’s knowledge from other sources into their frame of reference. 1.PLANNINGCOLLABORATIONHow was collaboration with other professionals, We have planned a feel trip to Milburn Orchard to coincide with this unit to build in a way for students to identify with what they have learned in class, and to enhance more to our curriculum. We would like to have a few parents volunteer to carpool with us in other to ensure our student's safety as we travel.
families, and/or community leaders included for this lesson? Describe