Lesson Plans BCIU#22- Summer Induction August 2011 Objective The inductee will learn and review the key components of a lesson plan. Lessons Lessons should: Reflect the standards Reflect IEP goals, strengths, and weaknesses Reflect individual grouping Reflect daily schedule Lessons Lesson plans should also: Integrate a variety of materials and activities Utilize the “Essential Elements of Instruction” (anticipatory set, teach, review, test, closure) Provide for a group as well as individual needs (*use of strategies) Lessons Lessons plans should finally: Allow for a student to learn “If the student cannot demonstrate learning or achievement, then we have failed the student; the student has not failed.” Daily Lesson Plan Objective Materials Anticipatory Set Teach Review Test Closure Activity Inductees will sort parts of a lessons into the correct lesson plan order. Group will discuss using thumbs up/thumbs down and brief discussion. Lunch Break 12:00- 1:00 Standard Aligned System Strategies Glossary of Instructional Strategies Standard Aligned System Inclusion Strategies Adapt materials/tests when appropriate. Ask students to repeat directions, ideas to staff. Repeat directions to students, use acoustic highlighting Use post-its and write down key directions. Organization- folders? binders? Inclusion Strategies contd. Provide positive reinforcement Utilize a peer buddy or peer model Teach students inclusion class rules Guide independence appropriately Encourage appropriate social interactions. Collaboration Copies of IEPs, SDIs, and behavior plans to regular education teachers and related services as appropriate. Communicate effectively, efficiently, and respectfully. Be flexible- with thoughts, schedules, changes, and each other. In order to collaborate successfully we need to be understanding of why others do what they do and what motivates them. Responsibilities for Support Staff -related services, instructional assistants Responsibilities for the general education teacher Determine concepts necessary to meet curriculum objectives Identify goals and objectives of course Teach specific class content Provide knowledge on scope and sequence of content area Determine key points of a lesson Utilize various instructional strategies to deliver and evaluate instruction Provide input for IEP to special education teacher Responsibilities for the special education teacher Teach study skills and learning strategies Develop study guides Collect data on student performance Train staff Provide diagnostic information on academic levels and learning styles of special education students Adapt textbooks, assignments, and texts IEP planning Shared Responsibilities Plan instructional activities to achieve goals/objectives of course of grade level Select and order classroom materials and supplemental aids Establish grading procedures Establish classroom management plan Give individual assistance to students Instruct entire class Maintain home contact Develop effective teaching practices Share effective teaching practices with other educators Attend IEP meetings Centers What? Why? Who? Example of a day with centers Ticket out the door Write down one strategy that you will use immediately in your classroom.
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