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Date and Time:
NYSCC Standard: Identify relevant grade level and subject standard.
Learning goal associated with the standards
Relevant IEP Goals
Lesson Objective(s) (measureable)
Receptive and Expressive Communication Development
Description of how lesson supports students’ subject matter development as well as general academic language development
What content specific terms (vocabulary) do students need to support learning of the learning objective for this lesson?
What specific way(s) will students need to use language (reading, writing, listening and/or speaking) to participate in learning tasks and demonstrate their learning for this lesson?
Instructional Strategies and Learning Tasks
Launch: How will you introduce the lesson?
Instruction: How will you link the new content to students’ prior knowledge? What will you say and do? What will students say and do? Guided Practice? Independent Practice?
How will students apply what they have learned?
How will you determine if students are meeting the intended learning objectives? Address generalization and maintenance. Be specific for focus learner.
Closure: How will you end the lesson?
Instructional Materials and Resources
List and attach up to 4 artifacts (excluding assessments) used in this lesson (e.g., manipulatives not required).
Describe the tools/procedures that will be used in this lesson to monitor student learning of the lesson objective(s).
Type of assessment (formal/informal)
Description of assessment
Modifications to the assessment
Evaluation Criteria - What evidence of student learning (related to the learning objectives and central focus) does the assessment provide?
How will you differentiate instruction? (Specifically for the focus learner)
Novel Techniques and Representations
What novel techniques/representations will you use to enhance student understanding?
What didn’t work?
What instructional changes do you need to make as you prepare for the next lesson? Why will these changes improve student learning?
Extended Learning: homework, homelinks, etc.
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