This handout includes three lesson plan templates; one is a generic; whereas, the other two are specifically designed for mathematics (elementary or secondary) and reading/language arts.
Checklists are featured on all three plans. Examples are: Bloom’s Taxonomy, multiple intelligences, lesson types, and cooperative learning structures. Hence there is little writing for you to do. On the mathematics lesson plan, the general math objectives are all ready in a checklist form. However, on the generic and reading plans, space is provided for you to write in the objectives of what you are teaching.
Simply, look at your plan, and then check off what is included. For example, let’s suppose your class is doing a hands-on science investigation that involves sequencing. You could use the generic plan and check off the boxes beside “demonstration” for lesson type, “visual/spatial” for multiple intelligences, and “synthesis” for Bloom’s, and you are done! Space is also given to write in the motivation, learner objectives, instructional sequence, your reflections, and extension of the lesson.
The lesson plans have not been saved in a PDF format so that you can custom design them for your classes.
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