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Unit/Lesson Planning 101. What is a unit plan?. A series of lessons generally related to a theme or having a common thread. What is a lesson plan?. An outline or guide to help the teacher structure the learning experience. Developing a unit and lesson plans.

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what is a unit plan
What is a unit plan?
  • A series of lessons generally related to a theme or having a common thread.
what is a lesson plan
What is a lesson plan?
  • An outline or guide to help the teacher structure the learning experience.
developing a unit and lesson plans
Developing a unit and lesson plans
  • Start with the goals or objectives – what do you want the students to learn?
  • In North Carolina the Standard Course of Study (NC SCOS)specifies the goals and objectives for each grade and subject.
    • Visit LEARNNC for the NC SCOS
    • http://www.learnnc.org/
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Developing a unit and lesson plans
  • Next outline the activities you will use
  • Consider the following as you are writing your activities
    • What do students already know?
    • How long do I have for the lesson?
    • What approach(es) might be best to use e.g. will students work alone, in groups, whole class?
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Developing a unit and lesson plans
  • Determine/find resources you can use to teach the lesson.
  • Decide how you will assess the student’s learning – did the students learn what you wanted them to learn?
    • Formal (e.g. a test, a product)
    • Informal (e.g. discussion with students)
    • Link to a presentation on assessment
      • Note – this was a workshop I presented at the Florida Educational Technology Conference. You may find some of the information helpful.
examples additional resources
Examples & Additional Resources
  • LEARNC has a database of unit and lesson plans correlated to the NC SCOS
    • http://www.learnnc.org/
  • The Educator’s Reference desk provides an overview and resources for lesson planning
    • http://www.eduref.org/Virtual/Lessons/Guide.shtml
examples additional resources1
Examples & Additional Resources
  • Thinkfinity (formerly Marco Polo) provides lesson plans and educational resources, many that align to national educational organization standards
    • http://www.marcopolo-education.org/
another approach
Another approach ….
  • …. suggested by Wiggins and McTighe in Understanding by Design is backwards design.
    • Indentify results
    • Determine assessments
    • Design activities
  • Check it out from the ASU library
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