creating a differentiated content lesson plan using the TEACH-NOW template, incorporating high-impact teaching strategies and technology to engage and assess students’ understanding of the lesson’s objective.

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creating a differentiated content lesson plan using the TEACH-NOW template, incorporating high-impact teaching strategies and technology to engage and assess students’ understanding of the lesson’s objective.

What will you do? 1. Create a lesson plan using the TEACH-NOW content lesson plan template in the Activity Resources. Choose a content lesson you described in your unit plan in Unit 3 of this module. Note: Your school may have a lesson plan template, but you will use the TEACH-NOW template for this activity. 2. Fill out all the sections of the lesson plan template with appropriate and relevant descriptions, beginning with the lesson’s objective. It is essential to think about the lesson objective because you will use the objective statement to guide the lesson’s selection of activities and materials. 3. Refer to the case study in the Activity Resources (the same used when you created your Unit Plan in Unit 3 of this module) and include differentiation that you will implement for each case study student within the differentiated instruction section of the lesson plan. 4. Think through your assessment strategy for the unit and accordingly pick the formative and summative assessments for your lesson. Try to create assessments that lead to students using higher-order thinking skills instead of rote learning or memorizing facts. * After you list the lesson’s formative and summative assessments, note how you plan to use the assessment data to inform your teaching moving forward. 5. Explain the big ideas of the objective you want students to understand, and then design discussion questions to help students think more profoundly about the topic. 6. Develop high-impact teaching strategies and activities you will use to help them achieve the objective, as well as utilize 21st-century skills. Consider how you will use technology in the lesson to help you increase productivity and create enhanced or deeper student learning. (Include tech ideas even if you may have limited resources at the school during implementation.) 7. List out the materials and resources needed for the lesson. 8. Submit the completed lesson plan as a Google Document. ______________________________________________________ (Overview You are ready to develop a differentiated content lesson plan to guide your teaching. As you plan the activities for this lesson, think about how to engage students immediately at the beginning of the class so that no instructional time is wasted. Be sure to assess their previous knowledge about the content so that you can build on what students already know. You should share the objective(s) for the lesson with students, and you may want to draw attention to key vocabulary words for the lesson. In this activity, you will create a differentiated content lesson plan. You will have to think about several priorities. Which objective(s) will you expect your students to meet? Which students will require differentiation, and will your focus be on differentiating content, process, or product? How will you actively engage students in learning? How will you incorporate high-impact strategies? What technology is available to enhance student learning- if none, what would you include if you had your dream classroom? What strategies can you use specific to the grade level and subject area you teach? In this activity, you can think more about using PBL, GBL, mobile learning, and other innovative approaches to using technology in a lesson.)

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