[ADAPTATION OF A.U. LESSON PLAN FORMAT]
NAME ___________________________________ DATE _____________
THEME: Overriding topic, "big picture", what you and your students
will be working on for a longer period of time.
Identify what you want the students to achieve by the end of the
class period/lesson. It is helpful to write the objectives in terms of
observable behavior (i.e., use action verbs. "Learn", "understand", "know"
are too vague.)
II. STANDARDS ADDRESSED (from National or Ohio):
III. STRATEGIES & PROCEDURES:
A. INTRODUCTION How you plan to introduce the topic, motivate students, review prerequisite skills. Connect to previous lesson, preview new lesson.
This is the main part of your lesson. The instruction and participation will vary greatly according to your objectives. e.g., a grammar lesson will involve four parts: P A C E (S&G, p. 157); a reading or listening lesson will have six parts(guidelines presented in class), etc.
Ask what students have learned, preview future lessons.
IV. ASSESSMENT: How will you determine if the objectives were
met? e.g. teacher observation, questions, test, student reflection and
response, activity, writing, independent practice, demonstration.
V. MATERIALS: Make a list of materials needed to carry out
[VIII. TEACHER REFLECTION/SELF-EVALUATION ON LESSON EFFECTIVENESS] Did I achieve my lesson objectives? How do I know? What worked especially well and why? What would I change if I were to teach this lesson again?
B. Schmidt-Rinehart 2001