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How to make a powerful lesson plan

How to make a PowerfulLesson Plan

Taeko Tashibu

Roosevelt High School

WAFLT 07


Practical approaches to implementation
Practical Approaches to Implementation

  • 1. Learning Scenario Approach

    • Write scenarios that would supplement “missing” standard(s)

    • Write scenarios that would fit the theme/topic of the unit and hope to cover missing standard(s)

    • Write scenarios as your wrap-up activity


2. Thematic Unit Approach

  • Write thematic units that incorporate all the standards

  • A scenario may be a part of unit

  • A unit may be made up of a series of scenarios

    3. Single Standard-Single Activity Approach

    (“Mini Scenario Approach”)

  • Write activities that targets at least one missing

    standard

  • Each activity may (and will hopefully) incorporate

    more than one standard


Leaning scenario approach lesson plan
Leaning Scenario ApproachLesson Plan

Targeted Standards:

Scenario:

Topic:

Objectives:

Skills:

Vocabulary/structures:

Materials:

Procedure: (Homework, Activity)

Goals (to be achieved by the students):

Strengths: Real world-like experience; multiple standards

Weaknesses: Difficult to plan; cumbersome to prepare


Thematic units lesson plan
Thematic UnitsLesson plan

Example: Theme: Food Stage: III

Unit: Meals & Cooking

Reflections

Unit 1-1, 1-2, etc.,

Targeted Standards: Use standard chart.

Unit objectives (four skills) and culture/knowledge

Strengths: Thorough coverage of standards

Weaknesses: Having to create all activities; time consuming



Mini scenario approach
Mini Scenario Approach

Topic:

Target Standards:

Other Standards:

Objective:

Pre-Activity

Activity:

Post Activity:

Strengths: Very easy and simple to prepare

Weaknesses: Include multiple standards; may not be real world-tasks


Use website for your lesson plan
Use Website for yourLesson Plan

http://www.quia.com/web

http://www.uiowa.edu/~japanese/NAKAMA/index.html

http://www.punahou.edu/page.cfm?p=134

http://www.tjf.or.jp/

http://www.marinebat.com/nakama/index


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