Agenda. Brainstorm ActivityTypes of PlanningFour Essential QuestionsVideo: Planning an Integrated UnitSteps in Unit PlanningAssignment
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1. Planning EDUC 4615
2. Agenda Brainstorm Activity
Types of Planning
Four Essential Questions
Video: Planning an Integrated Unit
Steps in Unit Planning
Assignment # 2
3. Brainstorm in your Group
Why do we need to plan?
4. Types of Planning Long Range Plans Serves as a curriculum road map
Enables teacher to:
see the year as a whole
focus on overall expectations for the year
organize the curriculum for balance
integrate across subjects
allows for the use of and sharing of resources
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail!”
5. Short Term Plans Like the stops (itinerary) along the curriculum journey
Enables teacher to:
design the delivery of the program content
incorporate student interests
help students see connections
promote the development of autonomy through choice
6. Learning Centers Provide opportunities for students to work together in small groups
Enable children to:
Interact, share and co-operate with one another
Reinforce, practice, apply and refine previous learning
Participate in discovery learning
Develop autonomy (presented with choice)
7. Weekly/Daily Plans map out and confirm timetabling possibilities
provide the framework for the important lessons in your themes, topics or units
outlines the specific learning expectations as well as assessment and evaluation strategies
consider teaching strategies and resources
The Four Essential Questions
What shall we teach?
How shall we teach?
How can we organize it?
How can we assess?
Regardless of the type of planning, long range, unit planning or lesson planning, there are always four questions that need to be considered.
10. Ralph Tyler shortens the above four questions to three which are described below.