Instructional Focus Strategy Lesson Plan Name(s): Unit Title or Topic Being Taught: Grade Level(s): What is the Marzano strategy for this lesson? Time Frame: Goal – Objective – Purpose 1. 2. Standard(s) the Lesson Addresses (write the grade, content, indicator – ex. 5.R.2.1 and the standard statement): Mark Additional Instructional Strategies Embedded in This Lesson ___ Building Background Knowledge (How) ___ Summarizing (How) ___ Advance Organizer (Type) ___ Note-taking (How/Type) ___ Cues (Hint) ___ Non-linguistic Representation (Type) ___ Vocabulary (How/Format) ___ Similarities & Differences (Type) ___ Setting Objectives (How) (Teacher or Student) ___ Generating & Testing Hypotheses (Which of the 6 Types) ___ Cooperative Learning (Type) ___ Homework/Practice (How) ___ Questioning (How/Type) (Teacher or Student) ___ Descriptive Feedback (Teacher or Student) How will you know if you are successful or not? What evidence might you see or hear to indicate success? How will you assess the learning? Web Resources (if applicable) Reflection Questions Use this part to reflect on the implementation of the lesson. If appropriate, attach a sample of student work. Bring the completed template and student work with you when we meet next. • How effective was the lesson? • How did the strategy help students deepen their understanding? • How do you know? (Cite evidence of student work, performance, behaviors, and/or remarks to support your view) • What might be some reasons behind your above observations or evidence? What caused the lesson to go well? What did you do to contribute to the success? • What challenges did you encounter? • What learning will you take from this lesson to apply to future lessons? • What questions do you have? • If you collaborated with colleagues after the initial planning, how did they help support this strategy lesson?