CI 495 LESSON PLAN FORMAT
Preservice Teacher: _____________________________________ Lesson #: __________
Grade Level/Subject: _____________________________________ Date taught: ________
STANDARDS AND OBJECTIVES:
PA Academic Standards and District Standards: (in order to meet standard(s), students will need to demonstrate
an understanding of…)
Learning Objectives: (What will students be able to do as a result of this lesson?)
(Standards and objectives may be combined in a statement as: TSWBAT….in
or they may be listed separately.)
and objective in one statement:
students will be able to create a story map using pictures in order to retell or summarize the major ideas of the text.
and objective listed separately:
students will be able to create a story map using pictures.
Demonstrate after reading understanding and interpretation of both fiction and nonfiction text.
· Retell or summarize the major ideas, themes or procedures of the text.]
will be used to implement all aspects of the lesson? Which are teacher resources and which are student resources?)
ATTENTION OR “WARM UP”: How will an anticipatory set be established to focus students’ learning
and ensure on-task-behavior by all students?
- What will be done to help students develop positive attitudes and perceptions about
the learning climate and the learning task?
- What brief task (up to 5 minutes) can I use to get the students focused and prepared
to think critically?
DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES: (Teacher Directed) How will the lesson be
organized in order to ensure student mastery of essential learner outcomes? How
will assessment of student progress be integrated into instruction?
GUIDED PRACTICE ACTIVITIES:
(Teacher Monitored) How will students be assisted to extend and refine the knowledge they are acquiring?
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITIES: (Students Alone or in Cooperative Learning Cohorts)
- What independent activities and tasks are to be a part of this lesson?
- How do these activities and tasks reinforce student’s mastery of essential
assessment: discovering what students are learning throughout, to better “inform” ongoing instruction
assessment: the final assessment that reveals (summarizes) student learning