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Lesson Plan Final Submission
Candidate will create a lesson plan appropriate for the grade and subject area in which candidate will be teaching. Lesson plan will include instructional practices based on student needs and strengths, incorporating domain-specific texts, multiple methods for supporting acquisition of new vocabulary, figurative language, and strategies that facilitate comprehension-monitoring and higher order thinking. Candidates will then write a short paper (2-3 pages) regarding the lesson taught and the modifications made to the lesson for at least 3 different groups of diverse students. Candidates will explain how modifications can help the different populations.
For this assignment you will be creating a new lesson plan and describing modifications for at least 3 diverse student groups. The lesson plan Download lesson plan should be appropriate for the grade level and subject area in which you will be teaching. (Teaching preschool- Kindergarten)
The lesson plan should:
Include specific instructional practices based on students’ needs and strengths
Incorporate specifics learning texts
Multiple teaching methods that support students’
Acquisition of new vocabulary, and
Understanding of figurative language
Include strategies that facilitate
Students’ higher order and critical thinking
In addition to the lesson plan, you are required to submit a 2-3 page paper regarding your new lesson plan and the modifications that can be made for a least 3 groups of diverse students and how those modifications will benefit or help these diverse populations.
The lesson incorporates a good variety of teaching methods and materials/resources to engage students with varying learning styles and levels of cognitive ability.
The lesson incorporates a large variety of strategies for encouraging and engaging higher order thinking and critical thinking.
Selected text(s) and resources are appropriate for the grade level and are well aligned with lesson learning objectives while also challenging students with new vocabulary and figurative language.
Described instructional modifications demonstrate an excellent understanding of modifications. They are thoughtful and appropriate for a large diversity of students.
Lesson plan is well organized and complete with no grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors.