This is a document you can edit and use for yourself. Just replace the yellow highlighted areas with what you need to write, and delete the gray highlighted examples I've provided.
I used this template for New York's edTPA and passed on the first try. Every time I have given a demo lesson, I wrote my formal lesson plan using this template, and the lesson plans have impressed those who were rating my demo lesson. I have yet to receive anything but positive feedback. Most importantly, however, is that following this template has allowed me to improve my teaching and organization. It has forced me to consider the types of assessments, differentiation, the hook, the closing, timing, and my students' needs. I hope it works similarly for you :)
This is my first product for my account. In the future, as I upload Lesson Plans, they will follow this format. This free document therefore also allows you to have an idea of what to expect from any formal lesson plans that I upload in the future. All will be documents that you can edit.
This template looks a little chaotic because of the highlighting, but realize that you are DELETING the gray and REPLACING the yellow, so it is really user friendly if you give your mind a second to adjust.
Happy lesson planning,