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Welcome to Freudigmann Seminar

Youve survived another week!

Ticket(s) In the Door: 1.Yellow Info Card 2.Class Schedule 3.Hang on to your Classroom Observations 4.We will begin at 4:05pm!!!

Getting Started
*Something GOOD!

*Checking InHow are YOU doing?

Classroom Observations
Get into a group of 4try to mix up the schools as best you other words, Shawnee & Rosewood split up!
Take 2 minutes each to share your classroom observation sheet with your group. Listen for my cue to switch. Once everyone has shared, make a poster that represents Best Practices that have been evident in your CTs classroom! You will only have 10 minutes to make the poster! Whole Group Sharing!!!

Good Job on keeping up with due dates and journal entries! Keep it up!!!

Expectationstime, space, lessons T & T p. 191 Any questions??? Set up the remainder of times following class at tables by elevator!

(5 minutes)

Unit Time!!!!

Reference T&T p. 61-69 Beginning & End
Topic Questions/GOALS p. 63 (3-5) Rubric (Websites) Assessment (Websites and other resources) Introductory Activity Ideas Culminating Activity Ideas

Brainstorm Pages
Unit Examples (T&T p. 70-130) Unit Examples (Hard Copies)

Goals vs. Objectives

Goal is broad, overarching idea that you want your students to be able to achieve. Affective goals must be present.
Objectives are the actions, or I Can statements your students will do during each lesson that lead them to the understanding of the goals. Examples:
Topic: Plants Goals: TLW understand a plant life cycle. TLW appreciate plant life and how it grows. TLW Objectives: TLW write three sentences about how a plant grows. TLW create a plant diagram labeling the parts of a plant. TLW draw

What is it that you want your students to be able to do by the end of your unit?

Write Some Goals!

Use the ideas presented to begin writing your goals. These will be works in progress, but you MUST know where you want your students to BE before you can begin to write your unit! Always think end before beginning!!! Take your curriculum maps/standards, etc and use that information to guide you in writing your goals.

ITIP Lesson 1
Use a variety of teaching/learning styles, Multiple Intelligences, best practices, special needs accommodations, integration of subjects, hands-on learning, cooperative learning, affective learning, diversity, and technology etc. These first lessons will work at the knowledge and comprehension levels of Blooms. A good rule of thumb is to make this as engaging as possible (limit the worksheets). Objectives are measureable and specific. What will the learner do? A Look at some Examples


Assessment Links
What types of assessments would be appropriate for your students?

Introductory/Culminatin g
Creativity is KEY here!
Introductory Lesson does not have to be a full ITIP lesson, but does need to have components of an ITIP (anticipatory set, guided practice, etc)

What can you do/use to HOOK your students and to get them wanting to know more about the topic?
Culminating Lesson is usually a full ITIP, but depends on the outcomes. Will you play Jeopardy? Will they do a group project? How will you put closure to their learning? This can be done before or after assessment occurs.

What Megan Needs from YOU!!!

3-5 Goals for Unit no later than PD Day on January 31st! Rubric for Expectations and Grading of Final Assessment (1st draft) by PD on the 31st! Plan for Assuming Responsibility no later than the 31st!!!! 1st ITIP Lesson for Unit due Jan 31strough draft!

Upcoming Due Dates

ReflectionSunday, Jan 29th by 5pm 1st Draft Lesson 1Tues, Jan 31st 3-5 Goals for UnitTues, Jan 31st Rubric (1st Draft) for Final Assessment Tues, Jan 31st Plan for Assuming ResponsibilityTues, Jan 31st Reflection for 2nd PD DaySunday, Feb 5th by 5pm Timeline/Outline of Unit AND Revised Goals and Revised Lesson 1February 5th by midnight!!!!

Ticket Out the Door

**On a 3x5 Card Please write the following with Name on top:

3-5 Goals for Unit (rough) Idea(s) for introductory activity, final assessment & culminating activity