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Lesson Planning. August 2014. Session Outcomes. Develop a lesson plan for your micro teach session that leads to desired learning outcomes and aligns to learning activities and evaluation . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Lesson Planning

Lesson PlanningAugust 2014

Post FOL learning outcomes on Board 1Session Outcomes Develop a lesson plan for your micro teach session that leads to desired learning outcomes and aligns to learning activities and evaluation. Identify the key components of course outlines and discuss how course outlines are used to guide course planning.

Explain how everything we go over today will help give them a bigger picture of curriculum but also prepare them for their microteach2Agenda What is a lesson plan and why use one?

Common Elements in the course outline and how they effect lesson planning

Learning Outcomes What are they?

How to develop a lesson plan using the Jumpstart TemplateBrainstorming ActivityWhat is a lesson plan?

Why use a lesson plan?

Record answers on flipchart paper 4The Big PictureCourse Outlines

All college courses have a course outline that describes the outcomes, evaluations, and teaching sequence of the course

Course outlines are formal documents representing the college, our schools and our programs.

Course Outlines function primarily as an information and learning tool for our students but are also the primary vehicle for course planning.

Course outlines are a contractual agreement that defines the course content and the criteria by which a student is evaluated. Course OutlineScavenger HuntHere are 5 samples of course outlines (one from each eastern region college)

Work in pairs to find the common elements below:

Course Learning Outcomes (CLRs)Weekly learning plan/topics Evaluation/Assessment criteria

Learning Outcomes In Ontario we are an outcomes based education system: what does this mean?

See next slide 7Outcomes-based Curriculum What should these students be able to do out there in real-life roles, that were responsible for teaching and guiding in here, in this course or program?Ruth Stiehl

8Program Learning Outcomes CourseCourseCourseCourseCourseCourseCourseCourseCourseCourseCourseCourseProgram Learning Outcomes Video

Outcomes Review

Structure of an Outcome activityUse the colored cards to develop an outcome that has a:

Performance verbContextstandard

Lesson PlansAlways start with an outcome for your session

How to develop a lesson plan using the Jumpstart Model

Jumpstart Lesson Planning Video

Your turnFill in the TemplateLocate the handout entitled Using the Jumpstart Lesson Plan Template

Record the activities that were used today into the correct area of this lesson plan template.

What was the connection activity today? What were the content/practice activities? What was the summary activity?List of activities Brainstorming activity: Why use Lesson Plans?Brief Lecture on course outlines Course Outline Scavenger HuntLearning Outcomes Video

Structure of an Outcome Activity

Lesson Plans Video

Summary ActivityWrite an outcome for your microteach

Fill in the lesson plan provided for your microteach sessionHandouts to help you plan your Microteach Excerpt from Blooms taxonomyJumpstart lesson plan template Jumpstart lesson plan reference hand-out