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Wayndaysha Stanbury Mini Lesson for EDUC 3200 Complete this Lesson Plan

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engaging activity

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3/30/15
4:00 minutes
Whole group

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The concept and understanding of Operant
Conditioning
9th-12th
The functioning of Operant Conditioning
Students will
Gain the concept of learning
Use existing knowledge to adapt operant
conditioning
The concepts of Operant Conditioning such as
Reinforcement, Punishment, positive, and
negative.
How to utilize the concept in real world settings,
classroom, for one self
The definitions of positive and negative with utilizing
reinforcements and punishments.
Students will adapt the understanding of operant
conditioning. They will pair up in groups and come up
with life situation exhibiting the concepts. They will
come up with at least three and all together the
examples should be at least 15 minutes.
Interactive activities
Games
Videos
lectures
Interactive activities- along with students to
obtain a better understanding such as critical
thinking, brainstorming, and team-work
Games- Psychology charades, Learning
jeopardy, online games that use repetitive
techniques for students to learn.
Videos- similar to the video I have created

however I will take video came from their


favorite TV shows/movies to showcase the
concepts being taught

The results from the games


The presentation of the students examples
The Assessment results
Structured practice and application
Strategies for
Homework
Online games with step by step practice
guided
Engage the class in a discussion of the activity.
practice
Which form of reinforcement was the most
effective? What were some of the reactions the
students had? Ask the students how this activity
made them feel. Attempt to create a
conversation about the activity and about the
nature of operant conditioning. How do
individuals in the real world employ operant
conditioning?
Evidence of
learning

Strategies to
Independent
practice
Closure
Differentiation
/Planned support
Evidence of
access to
learning
Support
strategies to
close gaps

Materials
Academic
Language
Demands

Language Demand
Language Function
Vocabulary Use/
Syntax
Oral questions ( List
H/L level questions)

Contact with parents for extra help


One-on-One sessions for extra help

The results from the games


The presentation of the students examples
The Assessment results
Utilizing motivational and self-regulating
techniques with the students
Parents contact information to help with the
lesson
Bring in real word concepts
Relate the lesson to their interest

Computers, papers, pencil, games, parents contact


information, assessment, games
All Vocabulary and Syntax using basic Vowels

Assessment

Type of assessment
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assessment

Modifications to the
assessment so all
students could
demonstrate their
learning
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(evidence of student
learning)

Observations/participation within the hands-on


assignments and tests
I will show videos that I have personally picked
out/created and the student will have to give
description on the components being use in Operant
Conditioning. It can be an oral description or written
description. The test will consist of 35 questions.
The test will be given orally and written.

The evaluation of assignments and test