- This two-column chart breaks down a daily lesson into its component parts: warm up, statement of expected outcome or essential question, direct instruction, guided practice, and closure. Also included is a sample high school English lesson.
- Arts Education, Career Technical Education, English Language Arts, Healthful Living, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, World Languages
- Upper Primary, Middle School, High School
- Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
- Material Type:
- Lesson, Lesson Plan, Teaching/Learning Strategy
- KAREN HEILMAN
- Date Added:
- Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
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As a Mentor Coordinator and teacher I like the simplicity of this planning document. There are so many complex lesson plan templates that end up taking more time to complete than actually crafting the lesson itself. The resource reflects Full alignment to depth and breadth of standard/element tagged. This resource is a good coaching tool as it provides space for detail but it is not overwhelming. Two strengths of the resource are its ease in understanding and completing and the example it utilizes for the user. An opportunity for improvement is that it could provide additional examples to guide users of different content areas.
1- As an Instructional Coach, I appreciate this detailed and organized resource for lesson planning! I love that an example lesson is included to demonstrate how to complete the plan.
2- Full alignment to depth and breadth of standard/element tagged
3- This resource is clearly aligned with content and/or standards. It models effective practices and provides opportunities for the coach or mentor to support the beginning teacher.
4- This resource promotes strong effective practices for teachers and is purposefully designed for ease of use by the BT.
5- This resource may want to examine additional supports that could be used for different content areas (ex: sample lesson from each content area).