Lesson Plans BCIU#22- Summer Induction 2010 August 10, 2010 11:00- 2:00 Celi Morganesi, Emily Slabek, Katie Yedinak
Objective • The inductee will learn and review the key components of a lesson plan.
Lessons • Lessons should: • Reflect the standards • Reflect IEP goals, strengths, and weaknesses • Reflect individual grouping • Reflect daily schedule
Lessons • Lesson plans should also: • Integrate a variety of materials and activities • Utilize the “Essential Elements of Instruction” (anticipatory set, teach, review, test, closure) • Provide for a group as well as individual needs (*use of strategies) * Glossary of Instructional Strategies
Lessons • Lessons plans should finally: • Allow for a student to learn “If the student cannot demonstrate learning or achievement, then we have failed the student; the student has not failed.”
Daily Lesson Plan • Objective • Materials • Anticipatory Set • Teach • Review • Test • Closure
Activity • Inductees will sort parts of a lessons into the correct lesson plan order. • Group will discuss using thumbs up/thumbs down and brief discussion.
Strategies • Glossary of Instructional Strategies • Standard Aligned System
Inclusion Strategies • Adapt materials/tests when appropriate. • Ask students to repeat directions, ideas to staff. • Repeat directions to students, use acoustic highlighting • Use post-its and write down key directions. • Organization- folders? binders?
Inclusion Strategies contd. • Provide positive reinforcement • Utilize a peer buddy or peer model • Teach students inclusion class rules • Guide independence appropriately • Encourage appropriate social interactions.
Collaboration • Copies of IEPs, SDIs, and behavior plans to regular education teachers and related services as appropriate. • Communicate effectively, efficiently, and respectfully. • Be flexible- with thoughts, schedules, changes, and each other. • In order to collaborate successfully we need to be understanding of why others do what they do and what motivates them.
Responsibilities for the regular education teacher • Determine concepts necessary to meet curriculum objectives • Identify goals and objectives of course • Teach specific class content • Provide knowledge on scope and sequence of content area • Determine key points of a lesson • Utilize various instructional strategies to deliver and evaluate instruction • Provide input for IEP to special education teacher
Responsibilities for the special education teacher • Teach study skills and learning strategies • Develop study guides • Collect data on student performance • Train staff • Provide diagnostic information on academic levels and learning styles of special education students • Adapt textbooks, assignments, and texts • IEP planning
Shared Responsibilities • Plan instructional activities to achieve goals/objectives of course of grade level • Select and order classroom materials and supplemental aids • Establish grading procedures • Establish classroom management plan • Give individual assistance to students • Instruct entire class • Maintain home contact • Develop effective teaching practices • Share effective teaching practices with other educators • Attend IEP meetings
Centers • What? Why? Who? • Example of a day with centers
Ticket out the door • Write down one strategy that you will use immediately in your classroom.