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open the lesson with an ice breaker game to get the students up, engaged, and interested in the topic. The game was a pre assessment that quickly let me know who understood the concept of what we were doing and who did not understand. Throughout the lesson, different means of technology were incorporated to provide differentiation and throughout all aspects of the lesson. All parts of the lesson plan allowed direct instruction to every aspect of the summative assessment provided at the end of the lesson. The math assessment provided rigor and engagement which incorporated a chance for students to showcase content and application knowledge. They would have to show true knowledge of all steps involved in solving the equations. As for the reading standard, I chose to use technology less during the lesson and in only a capacity to provide lessons as extra practice on their level for all students. I use a video to open the lesson that would prove to be multi-purposeful and would allow the students to relate to the topic easily. This will allow better understanding and best practices at the beginning of the lesson. Using charts on the whiteboard and actual paper charts that could be posted throughout the lesson will provide a hands-on experience and something tangible for the students to refer back to during independent practice later on in the lesson. The assessment flows along the same pattern as the presentation of the lesson. Students will complete a chart using details as we have done during the lesson. The challenge during this lesson though is to have the students write an article of their own to the best of their ability. This provides rigor and also knowledge of their understanding of their own point of view on a topic.
Running Head: BENCHMARK-COMPREHENSIVE LESSON AND SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT References Roberts, J.L., Inman, T.F. (2013) “Teacher’s Survival Guide: Differentiating Instruction in the Elementary Classroom” Retrieved Jan. 2020 from Schoenfeldt, M.K., Salsbury, D.E. (2009). Lesson planning: a researched-based model for k-12 classrooms. Retrieved from - planning_a-research-based-model-for-k-12-classroom_ebook_/e.php Stern, J. (2015). Enhancing Learning Through Differentiated Technology, Retrieved January 2020 from - technology-julie-stern

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