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ideas & details, craft and structure, integration of knowledge & ideas, range of reading and level of text complexity, text types & purposes, production & distribution of writing, research to build & present knowledge, comprehension & collaboration, presentation of know & ideas, conventions of standard English,vocabulary acquisition & use1.PLANNINGLEARNINGOUTCOMES/SMARTGOALSWhat will students learn?The SMART goals information is located in the MSED Documents folder under Course Home. Review the document with Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs. Student will learn students read text in order to build understanding and maintain what is taught with strategies learned in order to build comprehension, interpretation and motivate learning by print rich and non-print rich text1.PLANNINGLEARNINGOBJECTIVES(ATLEASTTWO)What will students do? All objectives must be measurable. Support for creating Learning Objectives is located in the MSED Documents folder under Course Home. Review the document with Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs. Student will read text and complete activities. Students will also be asked questions about text such who, what, when, why and how to determine that text is retained and understood. Student will also be able to read and explain the given text and make their own books. © Laureate Education, Inc. 3
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1.PLANNINGBLOOMSREVISEDTAXONOMYWhich level(s) of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy are targeted? Make sure that you reachthe higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (Evaluating and Creating). RememberingUnderstandingApplying Analyzing Evaluating CreatingReview the Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs in the MSED Documents folder under Course Home.1.PLANNINGREALWORLDCONTEXTSWhat real-world contexts are included in the lesson? Link the topic of the lesson to the relevance forthe student. Includeopportunities for students to demonstrate careerand college readiness skills.Student will be able to read print and non-print text, comprehend and appreciate text without thinking of it as a task. 1.PLANNINGCOLLABORATIONHow was collaboration with other professionals,families, and/or community leaders included for this lesson? Describe the collaborative Community---local library used for lesson and to find books to read during tutoring sessions.© Laureate Education, Inc. 4
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effort. 2.METHODOLOGYLEARNINGEXPERIENCE/ ACTIVITYList the activities, including how you activate background knowledge and bring closure to thelesson. Please make sure you can demonstrate student engagement throughout the lesson. Address thediversity of your students by indicating at least one type of diverse student and how you would support this student in the lesson.Introductory/Anticipatory SetThe student will be able to describe the life cycle of cats and understand how to care for their pets. .
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