Table of Contents for a Lesson Plan Name of class/course in which this will be taught Unit Title Topic Objectives List of resources needed, materials, supplies, transparencies, worksheets, handouts, etc. Motivational Activity / Linkage / Interest Approach Lesson Content Closure Activity Sheet / Worksheet Format Test / Exams FORMAT FOR A TEACHING/LEARNING PLAN Name of class/course in which this will be taught: _______________________________ (Use the official name of the course as listed by the school) Unit Title: (Usually not too long B 1 to 5 words) Topic: (A subset or sub-topic of what you will teach in this unit) Objectives: Upon completion of this unit, the student will be able to: (Usually contains condition criteria and most of all the behavior) 1. Example: Define 10 words associated with Aquacuture 2. Example: Describe the role of the CO teacher in preparing students for careers 3. Etc. .................................................. Resources needed: (List of resources needed, materials, supplies, transparencies, worksheets, handouts, etc. to effectively conduct this lesson) Motivational Activity / Linkage / Interest Approach: (This is known as ASet@ as defined by the PET model) (In other words what will you do to introduce the lesson and develop interest and/or link to the previous lesson? If it is the first part of the lesson it is usually called AInterest Approach@ or AMotivational Activity@. If used a few days after the unit has begun, it is referred to as ALinkage@ and can still be called motivational activity. Which ever it is called it usually only takes about 2-8 minutes.) LESSON CONTENT Using the standard AT@ format which deals with the two main questions a teacher must face, what to teach? and how to teach? This AT@ format can be adapted to several methods of delivery, teacher presentation, teacher led discussion, and job instruction. WHAT TO TEACH? HOW TO TEACH ? Use one or more of the following pairs Information to teach -----> Teaching Procedures/Methods Questions teacher will ask -----> Expected student/teacher responses Steps in process -----> Key points to remember ____________________________________________________________________________ Example: 1. Terms associated with Aquaculture | Lecture/presentation with overhead A. ............ | projector B. ........... etc | OR | do crossword puzzle | OR | have them look up in the book | OR | What ever method/technique you like | and think appropriate | | | | OR use a leading Question | Ask a question like: | Read a story about A Man who had a | pond and fish started dying. What would you do if your fish started dying? | Ask students to identify the possible problem and | list | | | | Or show a steps by step process | Step 1 | 1.1 Key point -- remember to always...... | | | | NOTE: You can use more than one of these formats| in the same lesson | Use as many pages as you need to do the objectives CLOSURE: Review or Summary Questions, Activities or Linkage Activity Sheets / Worksheets: FORMAT FOR AN ACTIVITY SHEET / WORKSHEET TITLE OF ACTIVITY: DESCRIPTION OF OBJECTIVE(S): Upon completion of this activity each student will be able to: TIME REQUIRED TO COMPLETE: (Ex. 50 minutes) POINTS POSSIBLE: (How much is it worth? 50 pts) TOOLS, MATERIALS SUPPLIES REQUIRED: (what will they need to do this) STEPS AND PROCEDURES: (This is the l o n g e s t...... part B It is s list of steps the students will follow to complete the activity) DISCUSSION QUESTIONS: (What questions could you ask to draw closure to the activity and reinforce the key objective of this activity) EVALUATION CRITERIA: POINTS POSSIBLE POINTS EARNED ____________________________________________________________________________ (how will your grade this? What will you look for in the completed produce?) ____________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL TEST: Just what was stated in the objectives. Hint: Objective one should correspond to test question one, and so on.... There should be a test question for each objective, each objective should have info in the lesson content area. Questions can be matching, mult-parts, T or F, fill in blanks, listing, essay or MULTIPLE CHOICE, or other. Be sure to include directions as needed. Example: Test 1. Match the terms on the right with the appropriate definition on the left. ____ A. A. ____ B. B. ____ C. C. ____ D. D. 2.