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Anatomy of an FEI Lesson.1109

Anatomy of an FEI Lesson.1109

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A visual description of the form and content of FEI-based lesson plans.
A visual description of the form and content of FEI-based lesson plans.

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 Anatomy of an FEI Lesson Plan
L
ESSON
P
REPARATION
:
 
G
OALS FOR THE LESSON
 
Objective of the Lesson:
Learning Strategy:
 
Resources:
 
Concepts/Vocabulary for Building Background:
L
AUNCHING THE
L
ESSON
:
 
B
UILDING
B
ACKGROUND
&A
CTIVATING
P
RIOR
K
NOWLEDGE
 20% of the Lesson
 InstructionalSteps forBuildingBackground:
Objectives
will be very specific, achievable, andmeasurable.They should describe the content and skills to be
 
explored, the analysis, evaluation and synthesisactivities students will engage in, and the learningstrateies that will suort this work
.The Launch
is designed to do some of thefollowing for each category of goals (content, skillsand strategy):a. Activate students’ prior knowledge andexperience;b. Provide students with critical backgroundinformation that they will need in order to
 
understand the new material;c. Teach students to make connections between,and apply, prior knowledge to new material;d. Introduce new material.
Note
: Teachers often do this very well for skill andcontent goals, but tend to be less familiar withhow to do this with strategy goals.
Strategy Goals
: There are 3 sets of strategy goals,at least some of which are likely to be unfamiliar toteachers:a. Using Literacy Strategies: prediction,
 
determining importance, questioning, inferring,visualizing, and synthesizing.b. Developing metacognitive thinking skills, such
 
as planning, monitoring one’s understanding,employing fix-it strategies, and reflecting on one’slearning.c. Learning higher-order thinking skills: analysis,
 
evaluation, snthesis and creation.
Some Techniques
:
“Do-Now”
Think-Aloud
Simulation/Demo
Mini-lecture
Model
KWL chart
Anticipatory Guides
Think-Pair-Share

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