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Standard 4

Standard 4

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STANDARD 4 ± Planning for Instruction: The teacher understands instructional planningand designs instruction based upon knowledge of the discipline, students, thecommunity, and curriculum goals
1. Write a paragraph explaining your knowledge and understanding of the standard²put the standard into your own words.
Th
is standard to me addresses t
h
e idea of planning in t
h
e classroom. Not only do lessons need to be planned and well t
h
oug
h
t out, but ot
h
er aspects of t
h
e room as well. Bulletin boards,activities, and arrangement are a few examples t
h
at need planning for instruction to runsmoot
h
ly. Long term planning also needs to be applied and understood by t
h
e teac
h
er.
Th
ereneeds to be benc
h
marks t
h
at t
h
e students s
h
ould meet t
h
roug
h
out t
h
e year and t
h
is is possiblet
h
roug
h
planning long term.
2. Explain how the artifact you chose demonstrates your understanding and application of the standard.
Th
e artifact I c
h
ose s
h
ows a science unit plan t
h
at is meant to span over a couple weeks.
Th
e process was put toget
h
er in collaboration wit
h
two ot
h
er teac
h
ers;
h
owever it still
h
ad t
h
e sameeffect.
T
oget
h
er we
h
ad to figure out t
h
e order t
h
e lessons s
h
ould go in, w
h
at topics s
h
ould becovered, and w
h
at we wanted t
h
e students to know from start to finis
h
. It took massive amountsof cooperative planning to ensure no two lessons covered t
h
e same topics and t
h
at t
h
e materialwas spread out evenly t
h
roug
h
t
h
e unit time period.
Th
is was somet
h
ing t
h
at needed to be planned long term since it all relates to eac
h
ot
h
er. Planning it out
h
elps keep a time line onw
h
en t
h
e students are learning t
h
e information and would be ready to be evaluated on it.

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