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CTC Lesson Plan Checklist Feedback Form[1]

CTC Lesson Plan Checklist Feedback Form[1]

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Celebrate the Children Planning Checklist and Feedback Form 2009-2010
Teacher:__________________________________ Date:_____________________________________ Feedback by:______________________________ Lesson Plan PrincipleTeacher Check List andNotesAdmin Rating and Notes
P-Perfect!G-Good, but needs some work!N-Needs a lot of work
1There was enough plannedto fill entire periods. Thestudents should be
intensively engaged 
for theentire day based on theseplans.2Instruction wasdifferentiated for thedifferent levels of studentsand individual IEP goalswere clearly targeted.There was an obviouspreparation of individualized materials(e.g., work boxes, folders,etc.).3There are modifications for the students who needthem (e.g., Visuals,modified steps to a lesson,FC or access toaugmentative device for lessons).4Lesson plans areintellectually stimulatingand respect to thestudents’ levels.5There is an obvious scopeand sequence to all thelessons across the week or month.6Language Arts includedLiterature and readingcomprehension, spellingand vocabulary, andwriting and grammar 
7Curriculum resources werelisted in the plans. CTCresources were used inaddition to other resources.8The lessons are dynamic,experience-based/hands-on and support
9Lessons will elicit the“Gleam in the eye,” aremotivating and meaningfulto the students.10Where the differentprocessing modalitiessupported in the plans:visuals to supportunderstanding, movementto support regulation andthinking, motor planningopportunities, etc.11Was there an awarenessof the overall uniqueprocessing needs of theindividual students in theplans?12Did lessons tie into,compliment and build off of each other acrosssubjects, use a commontheme?13Were situations thatrequired the students toengage with their peersincluded? Often?14Were the CCCS clearlylisted and varied?15Assessment procedureswere clear and variedacross subjects.16Tests and quizzes wereassigned regularly17Quality homework wasplanned as appropriate.Parents will get a sense of what is being worked onfrom the HW.

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