Principles of Teaching
Lesson Plan Format
Subject: State the subject area such as English, Social Studies, Math, or Science.
Lesson Number: State which lesson number this is in the overall unit (if applicable).
Lesson Topic: State the specific topic such as "Complete and Incomplete Metamorphosis"
Objective(s): State in behavioral terms in ABCD format (The student will be able to...).
Standards: State the source (such a Pennsylvania State Standards), the standard subject area (such as History), and the standard number (such as 8.1).
Introduction: Describe how you will introduce the lesson. See http://teacherworld.com/potlesson.html for more information.
Procedures: Keep these descriptions short and in a list format. GIVE ESTIMATED TIMES FOR EACH ACTIVITY!
Closure: Describe how you will summarize the lesson. Be sure to provide information on future lessons.
Formal Evaluation: This is the "ongoing" evaluation of students' learning (evaluation conducted during the delivery of the lesson). How do you know that learning is taking place?
Summative Evaluation: This is the final evaluation of students' learning. It could be a test, project, or activity that measures the completion of the objective(s).
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