Gold Seal Lesson Template by latenite1002

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									Gold Seal Lesson Template
• Instructional Focus Statements
• Student Learning
• Performance Task
     • Overview and description
• Essential Skills
• Scoring Guide
• Standards
• Handouts/Attachments
   Performance Task
• Includes an overview and a
  description.
• The overview describes
  – how a student is expected to demonstrate
    learning (understanding, knowledge and skills)
  – a product, performance of extended writing
  – requires rigorous thinking and relevant
    application
  – usually written in the third person describing
    the learning to other educators.
• The description is the teacher procedures,
  including instructional strategies, and
  literacy strategies.
• The overview includes:
  – Student work that will be produced or
    performed
  – Specific learning context
  – Whether group or individual
  – Resources students will be provided
    or have to acquire
  – Setting where students will complete
    the work
  – Conditions (often real-world) under
    which the work will be done
  The overview does not
        include:
Assessment. It implies but does
not specify
Specific direction to the student
Specific equipment list
Homework or reading
assignments
          Sample Overview

Students will write a report describing how
automobiles have been improved to prevent
accidents. Students will work in pairs to
collect reaction time data and use Internet
resources. The report will include sample
reaction times, explanations for stopping
distances, and sample calculations using
formulas.
                                 Student Work




Students will write a report describing how
automobiles have been improved to prevent
accidents. Students will work in pairs to
collect reaction time data and use Internet
resources. The report will include sample
reaction times, explanations for stopping
distances, and sample calculations using
formulas.
                                 Student Work
 Specific Context



Students will write a report describing how
automobiles have been improved to prevent
accidents. Students will work in pairs to
collect reaction time data and use Internet
resources. The report will include sample
reaction times, explanations for stopping
distances, and sample calculations using
formulas.
                                 Student Work
 Specific Context



Students will write a report describing how
automobiles have been improved to prevent
accidents. Students will work in pairs to
collect reaction time data and use Internet
resources. The report will include sample
reaction times, explanations for stopping
distances, and sample calculations using
formulas.

            How
                                    Student Work
  Specific Context


Students will write a report describing how
automobiles have been improved to prevent
accidents. Students will work in pairs to
collect reaction time data and use Internet
resources. The report will include sample
reaction times, explanations for stopping
distances, and sample calculations using
formulas.

              How       Resources
                                    Student Work
  Specific Context


Students will write a report describing how
automobiles have been improved to prevent
accidents. Students will work in pairs to
collect reaction time data and use Internet
resources. The report will include sample
reaction times, explanations for stopping
distances, and sample calculations using
formulas.

              How       Resources      Conditions
Performance Task Description
Includes steps of the lesson,
instructional strategies,
literacy strategies, etc.
Performance Task Activity
 10th   Grade Biology
Student pairs will create a field guide for
identification of tree species on the high
school campus in appreciation of Arbor
Day. The field guide will also include
photographs/detailed drawings, and
accurate taxonomy information on the
natural environments and information on
diseases that negatively impact the
trees.
                                Student Work




Student pairs will create a field guide for
identification of tree species on the high
school campus in appreciation of Arbor
Day. The field guide will also include
photographs/detailed drawings, and
accurate taxonomy information on the
natural environments and information on
diseases that negatively impact the
trees.
                                   Student Work
Specific Context



   Student pairs will create a field guide for
   identification of tree species on the high
   school campus in appreciation of Arbor
   Day. The field guide will also include
   photographs/detailed drawings, and
   accurate taxonomy information on the
   natural environments and information on
   diseases that negatively impact the
   trees.
                                   Student Work
Specific Context



   Student pairs will create a field guide for
   identification of tree species on the high
   school campus in appreciation of Arbor
   Day. The field guide will also include
   photographs/detailed drawings, and
   accurate taxonomy information on the
   natural environments and information on
   diseases that negatively impact the
   trees.
            How
                                     Student Work
Specific Context



   Student pairs will create a field guide for
   identification of tree species on the high
   school campus in appreciation of Arbor
   Day. The field guide will also include
   photographs/detailed drawings, and
   accurate taxonomy information on the
   natural environments and information on
   diseases that negatively impact the
   trees.
            How          Resources
                                     Student Work
Specific Context



   Student pairs will create a field guide for
   identification of tree species on the high
   school campus in appreciation of Arbor
   Day. The field guide will also include
   photographs/detailed drawings, and
   accurate taxonomy information on the
   natural environments and information on
   diseases that negatively impact the
   trees.
            How          Resources       Conditions
9th Grade English

           Student work                 Context
      As a student, you have been asked to serve on a
      superintendent’s committee on school issues. Your
      friend’s Mom wants a book removed from your
      school’s library because of material she finds
      offensive. Research censorship and write a letter to
      the superintendent urging him (or her) to take a
      specific position. Be sure to include your reasons
      and the research to support your position.



  How they will          Resources             Conditions
     work
           9th Grade English
         Student work                     Context

  As a student, you have been asked to serve on a
  superintendent’s committee on school issues. Your friend’s
  Mom wants a book removed from your school’s library
  because of material she finds offensive. Research censorship
  and write a letter to the superintendent urging him (or her) to
  take a specific position. Be sure to include your reasons and
  the research to support your position.



How they will            Resources                Conditions
   work
Rewrite the following performance
          task overview:
         9th Grade Math

Students will design a poster of a circle
graph on the topic of “Healthy Snacks in
Snack Machines” based on a survey of at
least 100 students regarding which snacks
they prefer. Make recommendations to the
principal about which snacks should be put
into school machines.
        Your Turn!

  With a partner, write an
overview for a performance
           task.
  Share Performance Tasks

Identify student work, context,
how, resources and conditions
       Scoring Guide
• How will you assess student
  work?
• Should mirror student learning
  section of the lesson.
• 2 generic versions included in
  template.
• Use online tools, such as Rubistar
Instructional Focus Statements,
   Essential Skills, and State
           Standards

• Copy/paste 2-3 instructional focus
  statements.
• Copy/paste 8-10 essential skills from
  English language arts, math and
  science.
• Copy/paste State Standards met by
  your lesson.
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