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Lesson development part 3 where are we and where do we go from here
Lesson Development Part 3Where are we and where do we go from here?




Purposes of an introductory activity
Purposes of an Introductory Activity

  • Motivate Students

  • Introduce the lesson

  • Check for prior knowledge

  • Introduce lesson vocabulary

  • Generate student interest in the topic


Purposes of learning activities
Purposes of Learning Activities

  • Exposes the student to the lesson content

  • Encourages learning though student interaction with the media

  • FPPF/FAF provides teachers with mini-assessments as the lesson progresses


Purposes of a culminating activity
Purposes of a Culminating Activity

  • Summarize the lesson

  • Allows students to demonstrate what they have learned

  • Provides teachers an assessment of the lesson


An outline for an interactive lesson
An Outline for an Interactive Lesson

  • Overview and Standards

  • Introductory Activity

  • Learning Activities

  • Culminating Activities

  • Assessment

  • Community Connections

  • Cross-Curricular Extensions


Overview and standards
Overview and standards

For the purposes of a Media-Rich lesson think Learning Objectives

  • Things to consider

  • Objectives are based on this lesson

  • Objectives must relate to an SOL

  • SOLs are usually too big to be an objective

  • All objectives must be addressed in the lesson

  • All objectives must be assessed


An outline for an interactive lesson1
An Outline for an Interactive Lesson

  • Overview and Standards

  • Introductory Activity

  • Learning Activities

  • Culminating Activities

  • Assessment

  • Community Connections

  • Cross-Curricular Extensions


Assessment
Assessment

  • Things to consider

  • All objectives must be assessed

  • We encourage the use of rubrics

  • Usually the Culminating Activity is what is assessed



An outline for an interactive lesson2
An Outline for an Interactive Lesson

  • Overview and Standards

  • Introductory Activity

  • Learning Activities

  • Culminating Activities

  • Assessment

  • Community Connections

  • Cross-Curricular Extensions


An effective interactive lesson
An effective Interactive Lesson

  • Follows this outline

  • Overview and Standards

  • Introductory Activity

  • Learning Activities

  • Culminating Activities

  • Assessment

  • Community Connections

  • Cross-Curricular Extensions

  • And has activities created

  • With FPPF or FAF

  • Which incorporate NTTI strategies


Prior to the first follow up

Write a Media-Rich lesson that uses the NTTI Strategies to effectively integrate technology

Collaborate with a colleague on a lesson that you both could use

Prior to the first follow-up


The first follow up

Participate in a peer review of your Media-Rich lesson effectively integrate technology

Learn what needs to be done to turn a Media-Rich lesson into an NTTI lesson

If you are collaborating with a colleague you are welcome to bring them to the training

The first follow-up


Between the first and second follow ups

Add the lesson parts and scripting needed to turn your Media-Rich lesson into an NTTI lesson

Make use of online tutorials to get questions answered

If possible, use the lesson with your students

Continue collaborating with a colleague

Between the first and second follow-ups


The second follow up

Participate in a peer review of your NTTI lesson Media-Rich lesson into an NTTI lesson

Collaborate with your peers to improve your lesson

The second follow-up


Between the second follow up and the submission date

Make corrections and revisions as needed to your NTTI lesson Media-Rich lesson into an NTTI lesson

Make use of online tutorials to get questions answered

Between the second follow-up and the submission date


During the rest of this session

Search for video and Internet resources Media-Rich lesson into an NTTI lesson

Preview programs and teachers guides in the ITV Resource Room (Room P126A)

Collaborate with other teachers to exchange ideas for lesson activities

Start writing your lesson

During the rest of this session


During the rest of this session1

Find a computer and go to Media-Rich lesson into an NTTI lessonwww.svtc-edtech.org/ntti and fill out the online survey

Complete your Equipment Selection Form and turn it in

Work on your media-rich lesson

During the rest of this session


Prior to the first follow up1

Write a Media-Rich lesson that uses the NTTI Strategies to effectively integrate technology

Consider collaboration with a colleague on a lesson that you both could use

Prior to the first follow-up


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