Lesson Plan Activity 3: Lesson Plan DevelopmentDescribe what educational theory your plan is based upon and why you believe this is the most appropriate theory.
Describe your instructional strategies. Address how you will introduce the lesson, teach the main material, wrap up the lesson, and transition into the assessment.Indicate if your strategy changed for online delivery, and if so, why?Explain why you chose each strategy and why you think each one is effective for each part of your lesson.
Some lessons might have one overall instructional strategy. Some lessons might combine a few different instructional strategies. Outline your plan to respond to the needs of different types of learners: learning disabilities, ELL students, and so on.
Give three examples.Discuss your strategy to ensure inclusion for all the students in your class.This may include specific questions, analogies, or in class activities.Discuss what kind of remediation activities are necessary to assist students who need extra time or assistance to fully understand the lesson.Discuss what kind of extra material or activities needed to keep gifted students engaged if the lesson appears too easy for them.Describe the difference between your formative and summative evaluations for this lesson.Be sure to develop your last lesson for online delivery.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
Differentiate between instructional methods employed for diverse learner groups.
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