This webinar details each of the seven elements of the Madeline Hunter lesson design model, focusing on how to make lessons student-centered.
Views: 8773 Heather Moschetta
There is a type of lesson planning that makes both curriculum and teachers ready to teach differently. This is a requirement of implementing new standards or strategies, like Common Core. Lesson planning must include creating and aligning classroom materials and formative assessments that represent new and improved teaching. However, too often we run out of time before this finishing work is complete. Though we usually do not find a lot more time for planning, there are processes tools and strategies that leverage the time we have. UbD fans will like how informational text is used as a design element to support reading and writing while improving how we teach content. Formative assessments are pivital to change; they facilitate quality teaching and feedback, provide evidence of new teaching, and provide a means of assessing what worked and what didn't for revisions.
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In this video, Dr. Noirin Burke, the Explorers Education Officer, introduces students to interesting facts about starfish, using primary colours and creating Bubble Art. The Explorers Education Programme, www.explorers.ie, aims to integrate marine themes as closely as possible with lessons already taught in national schools through the Social, Environmental and Scientific Education (SESE) curriculum and other cross curricular subjects. Bubble Art Lesson Plan: http://www.marine.ie/NR/rdonlyres/683B7A66-B3C7-44AA-B4B9-311D48A3D35D/0/LessonPlanBubbleArtUnderstandingPaintandColour.pdf Lesson Plan written by Cushla Dromgool Regan, The Marine Institute, www.marine.ie Film presented by Dr. Noirin Burke, Explorers Education Officer Film written by Dr. Noirin Burke, Grace Windsor and Cushla Dromgool Regan, The Marine Institute Filmed and Edited by Grace Windsor, The Marine Institute
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The Pathways to Careers Network and City Colleges of Chicago officially release the Lesson Plans for Reading and Writing in the Healthcare Career Bridge, designed to improve the reading and writing skills of adult education students. In this webinar, bridge program and lesson plan designers discuss program background and benefits; lesson plan foundations, including correlation with state and national standards; and fostering best practices.
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This webinar took place on September 29, 2016. Presenter: Roberta Reiss.
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Noun) a brief portion of lesson given at the very beginning to get students' attention, activate prior knowledge, and prepare them for day's learning. It prepares and motivates students for learning. Cult of pedagogy how to prepare lesson plan anticipatory sets thoughtco step 2 2081850 url? Q webcache. Here you will learn how to prepare lesson plan anticipatory sets sep 6, 2014 set. Anticipatory set purpose and ideas purposes for hooks in the anticipatory. Anticipatory sets should be exciting, active and peak students' curiosity in a two brain phenomenon (natural tendencies) are embedded the instructional element of anticipatory set. Anticipatory set is the sixth step in creating an effective reading lesson plan for elementary school classroom. By having an activity related to what will be learned, it shifts their attention the learning process getting students excited about can a challenge. The anticipatory set helps you engage and prepare students for your lesson so they are 16 awesome ideas lessons! 20 inspirational quotes educators [infographic]. During this step you activate prior knowledge anticipatory sets are a way to capture students' interest in the beginning of lesson. Love this! we did one on the first day of school, how fun cde facility schools, december 2010instructional practices that make ainstruction anticipatory set. This gets the attention of students and description as noted above, anticipatory set can be used to connect new. Simple anticipatory sets that make a big difference! set let's get engaged. Apr 30, 2017 anticipatory sets are meant to activate background knowledge for your students. Feel free to use them or create similar anticipatory sets set. To engage learners by motivating, what is an anticipatory set? The set refers to activity focus the students' attention, provide a brief practice and or. Improving anticipatory set includes the motivation and introduction of your lesson; It is attention getter for lesson. Googleusercontent search. Playing a quick game in order to jun 12, 2014. Also known as advance organizer, hook, or set induction an anticipatory is something that you do say to entice hook the students about what it will be teaching them. Anticipatory set reading lesson plan elementary educationanticipatory. We'll look at five simple ones anticipatory setmargaret maughanthe set is designed to engage the students' setpurposes establish a preview, background, or purpose for upcoming lesson. Anticipatory set definition & examples 16 awesome anticipatory ideas for your lessons! edulinkteaching skills youtubeexample sets the madeline hunter model of mastery learning onet ohio. Know your terms anticipatory set a handy helper for lesson planning iii. The teacher focuses the students thoughts on to what will be learned (tie in yesterday s lesson with today. Predicting a book's premise, based on its title or illustrations, is i have here for you number of example anticipatory sets that used throughout the semester.
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A lesson plan is one of the best ways to highlight your teaching practice, but many teachers miss this opportuity by not modeling how they would teach a concept for their students. This video explains how to effectively write a lesson plan where you teach students by modeling.
Views: 1063 Amber Fante
Flipping the classroom involves the combination of a structured online lesson plan with active hands-on guided practice in the classroom. In this video you will learn how to develop a structured lesson plan for a flipped classroom. For more information, please see: Flipping the classroom playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ5kKhwVxA5Ir7mi3n5NloW_szxlQJPS2 Website: http://askandrewwolf.com Other videos about flipping: http://youtu.be/aBXjJFF5lUA http://youtu.be/UL0ADbzCR2U http://youtu.be/p8t8k17l0kA http://youtu.be/T1t8Irjbrzo http://youtu.be/EkmJua7Mt8c http://youtu.be/a5Kqpnx8fvw
Views: 2150 Andrew Wolf
Instructional Design Lesson Plan on Coordinate Grids
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This mini-lecture describes the problems with the Hunter and Danielson lesson plan formats. Dr. Andy Johnson, WWW.OPDT-Johnson.com
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Find answer here: http://www.madehomework.com/shop/edu-645-new-course/edu-645-week-2-assignment-instructional-plan-design-analysis/ Three instructional plan templates constructed by a variety of leaders in education provide solid examples of what quality instructional plans should include. The work of Madeline Hunter dates the furthest back and is still used today, primarily in the elementary setting. Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe provide a more modern approach to curriculum and lesson design with their model of Understanding by Design (UbD). Others, as modeled by the New York State Educational Department, work closely to align their instructional plans with the Common Core State Standards. Review each of the provided instructional plan designs: Common Core aligned instructional plan template Understanding by design-backwards design lesson template Madeline Hunter’s lesson plan format Analyze each instructional plan and structure a Word document, essay-style as such: Introduction:Introduce the essential elements, purpose, and value of creating and following a high-quality instructional plan. Include a thesis stating your intent to highlight key elements of each respective plan as well as your intent to identify what you find to be the most effective plan while justifying your reasoning. Body: Discuss the following for EACH instructional plan design. (Do not list—this is paragraph format without headings/subheadings.) The source’s name (i.e.; Hunter). Key components representing most essential instructional plan requirements (standard, objective, activities, assessments, etc.). Unique components (What makes each plan different from the others? What is notably missing or added compared to the others?). Description of how Gradual Release of Responsibility Model is or is not represented. Description of how assessment is embedded and potentially supports informing a teacher of student mastery of the objective(s). Evidence that the instruction plan stimulates critical thinking. Your intent in this first part is to: Inform the reader through the introduction and body. Identify the instructional plan template that YOU believe is the most well-rounded and high-quality and justify your reasons with research and examples. Conclusion:Make a selection between the three templates as to which one represents the best instructional plan to you. Include the key elements you’ve explored thus far. Explain its strengths, and recommend two ways to make it more effective and high quality. Be sure to justify why enacting your recommendations would make it better. Your essay will be between four to five pages, not including the required cover and reference pages, and should follow APA formatting requirements. You must include a minimum of five peer-reviewed articles or web references (in addition to the textbook), including the three from which the templates came, at least one from any reference used in Weeks One or Two, and one outside source of your own.
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In this session at the 2014 Literacy Leadership Symposium presented by McGraw-Hill Education, Dr. Douglas Fisher discusses high quality education that implements Common Core curriculum standards. To learn more about literacy solutions visit: http://www.mheonline.com
Views: 786 McGraw-Hill Education PreK-12
Video for science methods course to teach about density and shape. "what makes a boat float."
Views: 424 Erica Rishell
WriteSteps is a comprehensive elementary writing system that includes a year's worth of Common Core lesson plans that integrate best practices like writers workshop, the 6 Traits, graphic organizers, and the Madeline Hunter lesson steps. WriteSteps offers web-based lessons, visual aids, rubrics, and other resources to teach narrative writing, opinion writing, and informational writing in the elementary grades. To use WriteSteps Common Core lessons free for 30 days at no obligation, visit http://writestepswriting.com/freetrial.aspx. For inspiration and more information about teaching and K-5 writing, like WriteSteps on Facebook: https://Facebook.com/commoncorewritesteps. For free Common Core resources on Pinterest, go to http://Pinterest.com/writesteps. WriteSteps Founder & CEO Suzanne Klein is a former K-5 teacher and writing consultant with extensive training in writing pedagogy best practices, especially writer's workshop and 6 Traits. She has taught all elementary grades including a Title I literacy program, and gave professional development workshops on Balanced Writing for the Bureau of Education Research. Klein holds a Master of Arts degree in teaching, is a National Writing Project fellow, and draws inspiration from teachers such as Ralph Fletcher, Barry Lane, Lucy Calkins, Katie Wood Ray, and John Collins.
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Understanding by Design (UbD) is a framework for improving student achievement. Emphasising the teacher's critical role as a designer of student learning, UbD™ works within the standards-driven curriculum to help teachers clarify learning goals, devise revealing assessments of student understanding, and craft effective and engaging learning activities. For more information visit www.hbe.com.au © 2013 Hawker Brownlow Education
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This video describes my instructional design plan to teach the linear functions unit to freshman at Delcastle Technical High School. I talk about the problems students go through, the objectives, strategies I will use, and assessments I will use. Enjoy!
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WriteSteps is a comprehensive elementary writing program created for teachers, by teachers. It includes a year's worth of Common Core lesson plans that integrate best practices like writers workshop, the 6 Traits, graphic organizers, and the Madeline Hunter lesson steps to teach Narrative writing, Informational writing, and Opinion writing. Unlike some Common Core programs, WriteSteps still teaches offers children opportunities to write fiction and poetry. To use WriteSteps free for 30 days at no obligation, visit http://writestepswriting.com/freetrial.aspx. For more inspiration on teaching and K-5 writing, like WriteSteps on Facebook: https://Facebook.com/corestandardwritesteps. For free Common Core resources on Pinterest, go to http://Pinterest.com/writesteps. WriteSteps Founder & CEO Suzanne Klein is a former K-5 teacher and writing consultant with extensive training in writing pedagogy best practices, especially writer's workshop and 6 Traits. She has taught all elementary grades including a Title I literacy program, and gave professional development workshops on Balanced Writing for the Bureau of Education Research. Klein holds a Master of Arts degree in teaching, is a National Writing Project fellow, and draws inspiration from teachers such as Ralph Fletcher, Barry Lane, Lucy Calkins, Katie Wood Ray, and John Collins.
Views: 271 WritingCity
A Year 10 science lesson on exploring the reactive properties of sodium and potassium is examined in this chemistry video full of ideas to help teachers with their lesson planning. Assistant Headteacher Nigel Regan explains how his planning includes a risk assessment as he is working with open flames and reactive metals which fizz when introduced to water. He must also be aware of how and when he will be moving his GCSE pupils around the class. Nigel, who has extensive experience of conducting classroom experiments, sets up his equipment with tall safety screens positioned close to the water trough to significantly reduce the chance of a piece of sodium or potassium flying over a screen. By using only very small pieces of metal and seating his pupils at a good distance from the experiment, he further reduces the risk of an accident to pupils. For the lesson starter he recaps on what his students can recall about the periodic table. He then conducts the practical experiments to compare and contrast the reactions of sodium and potassium. For the plenary, Nigel asks his pupils to consider why sodium is less reactive than potassium and the connection that this might have with the position of their respective electrons. After the lesson, he considers how its delivery might be improved and gives a tip for other teachers to follow when planning their science lessons. Licensed to CPD College Ltd.
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The behind the scenes work of planning and preparation is key to a teacher's success. Lessons must be designed to engage all learners. This program starts with an introduction to lesson planning. Explore the basic elements of every lesson and then consider additional strategies that should be added to meet the needs of diverse learners. Learn about the importance of differentiation and effective student grouping practices. Gather practical ideas for active learning, teaching academic vocabulary and note taking through this potpourri of best practices.
Views: 671 EducationalImpact