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Background:
This section is an overview of the activity. Background research should be included. This
section prepares the student and gives them the prior knowledge needed to successfully complete
the activity. A bell ringer activity can be part of the background, worksheet, or graphic
organizer.

Estimated Time:
How long will the activity take? Will it take several days or sessions?

Grade Level:
Target Grade Level(s)

Standards:
This section includes the benchmarks and standards that will be achieved by the end of the
activity.

Objectives:
Include two to three objectives the students should be able to accomplish. These can be Lesson
Essential Questions (LEQs).

Vocabulary:
Provide key words that students should already know and new words that will be introduced in
the unit/lesson. These are words the teacher can put on their word wall.

Materials:
Provide a list of materials including quantity and measurements.

Procedure:
The procedure should be detailed but easy for students to understand and follow.

Data/Observations or Activity(for non science):
This section should include data tables, figures, room for observations (descriptive or drawings)
or any other type of data collection related to the activity.

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Analysis/Conclusion:
This section is the analysis questions to make sure the students understand the activity and have
learned from it. (LEQs can be re-worded). The suggested number of questions by grade: K-5
three; 6-8 five; 9-12 seven to ten.
A short follow-up activity can also be used such as a graphic organizer, quiz, etc.


Extension:
This section includes suggestions for making the activity more in depth or tie to other lessons or
units.

Teacher Notes:
This section should include instruction for prior teacher preparation or research. Also include
any other information the teacher may need such as answer keys to worksheets, calculations and
any other information the teacher using your lesson plan may need.




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