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# To be completed by the Student Teacher ; a copy of the plan should be provided to Cooperating Teacher and/or University Supervisor prior

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CONNECTICUT STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 2006-2007 Student Teaching Evaluation Pilot Study Lesson Plan Format

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Student Teacher: Brittany Handahl

Date of lesson: 3/17/13

Institution: Stratford High School

Length of lesson: 1 day

Content Standards: Identify one or two primary local, state or national curricular standards this lesson is designed to help
students attain. How will the learning tasks lead students to attain the identified standards? Connecticut State Department of Education (2002-2012). Retrieved from http://www.sde.ct.gov/sde/cwp/view.asp?a=2618&q=320872 . 1. Computation with Whole Numbers and Decimals

Learner Background: Describe the students’ prior knowledge or skill related to the learning objective(s) and the content of this
lesson, using data from pre-assessment as appropriate. How did the students’ previous performance in this content area or skill impact your planning for this lesson? Students have previously learned about Computation with Whole Numbers and Decimals This lesson will be a review for them in order to assess what students remember and what needs to be reviewed more in-depth.

Student Learning Objective(s):

Identify specific and measurable learning objectives for this lesson.

Students will complete an activity from an online website.

Assessment: How will you ask students to demonstrate mastery of the student learning objective(s)?
assessment materials you will use, along with assessment criteria. Assign homework to grade as well as classwork to assess their knowledge.

Attach a copy of any

Materials/Resources:

List the materials you will use in each learning activity including any technological resources.

The activity is to be completed online using the mobile lab laptops.

Learning Activities:
Identify the instructional grouping (whole class, small groups, pairs, individuals) you will use in each lesson segment and approximate time frames for each.

Initiation: Briefly describe how you will initiate the lesson. (Set expectations for learning; articulate to learners what they
will be doing and learning in this lesson, how they will demonstrate learning, and why this is important). This lesson will begin with an introduction to the concept.

Lesson Development: Describe how you will develop the lesson, what you will do to model or guide practice, and the
learning activities students will be engaged in order to gain the key knowledge and skills identified in the student learning objective(s). The students will then be given time to complete the activity individually.

Closure: Briefly describe how you will close the lesson and help students understand the purpose of the lesson. (Interact
with learners to elicit evidence of student understanding of purpose(s) for learning and mastery of objectives). After the worksheet is completed, students will discuss their answers within a group before finally going over it with the entire class. Then they will have time to begin their homework, Pg 56 # 2, 3, 6, 12, 13, and 16

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2006-2007 PILOT VERSION

Review more in the introduction. Which students do you anticipate may struggle with the content/learning objectives of this lesson? Student name Evidence that the student needs How will you differentiate instruction in this lesson to support student differentiated instruction learning? Trevor Did not complete the assignment with a passing grade.org 2006-2007 PILOT VERSION . These students may be special or general education students and need not be the same students for each lesson.CONNECTICUT STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 2006-2007 Student Teaching Evaluation Pilot Study Lesson Plan Format Individuals Needing Differentiated Instruction: Describe 1 to 3 students with learning differences. Which students will need opportunities for enrichment/higher level of challenge? Student name Evidence that the student needs How will you differentiate instruction in this lesson to support student differentiated instruction learning? Stacey Completed the activity extremely quick. struggling learners. Have Stacey try to explain in a different way to Trevor to help him better understand. Note: Differentiated instruction may not be necessary in every lesson. Students may represent a range of ability and/or achievement levels. Notes from the pre-conference 5/2/06 www. including students with IEPs. However. gifted and talented students. and offer more assistance throughout the calss.title2ct. it is expected that each student teacher will demonstrate the ability to differentiate instruction in order to meet the needs of students with learning differences. and English language learners. over the course of the student teaching placement.