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Intel® Teach Program

Essentials Course

Unit Plan Template

Click on any descriptive text, then type your own.

Unit Author

First and Last Name

School District

School Name

School City, State

Unit Overview

Unit Title

Unit Summary

Subject Area

Grade Level

Approximate Time Needed

Unit Foundation
Targeted Content Standards and Benchmarks

Student Objectives/Learning Outcomes

Curriculum-Framing Questions

Essential Question

Unit Questions

Content Questions

Assessment Plan

Assessment Timeline

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Intel® Teach Program
Essentials Course

Before project work begins Students work on projects and complete tasks After project work is completed

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Assessment Summary

Unit Details
Prerequisite Skills

Instructional Procedures

Accommodations for Differentiated Instruction

Special Needs Students

Nonnative Speakers

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Intel® Teach Program
Essentials Course

Gifted/Talented Students

Materials and Resources Required For Unit

Technology – Hardware (Click boxes of all equipment needed)

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Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Camera Laser Disk VCR

Computer(s) Printer Video Camera

Digital Camera Projection System Video Conferencing Equip.

DVD Player Scanner Other      

Internet Connection Television

Technology – Software (Click boxes of all software needed.)
Database/Spreadsheet Image Processing Web Page Development

Desktop Publishing Internet Web Browser Word Processing

E-mail Software Multimedia Other      

Encyclopedia on CD-ROM

Printed Materials


Internet Resources

Other Resources

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Additional Unit Plan Information
Standards Crosswalk
Strand/Grade Level
Using instructions and examples provided by DESE, analyze the lesson/unit plan and show how lesson/unit outcomes align with both Common Core Standards and Missouri
Grade-Level or Course-Level Expectations. Provide a brief explanation to justify your crosswalk.
GRADE Common Core State Standard Missouri GLE or CLE Explanation

Online Resources
Using the Collaborize Classroom Topic Library, list additional resources for the lesson/unit plan or related lesson plans that map to the Common Core Standards in the
lesson/unit plan.
Common Core Standard Resource

Describe any adaptations or “tweaks” to the resource or lesson plan that were needed:

New Topic Creation

Include any additional information such as detailed instructions, topic structure (yes/no, multiple choice, vote or suggest, forum) and any multi-media (images, videos,
documents) that are included with the lesson/unit plan.

Student-Centered In-class Follow-up

Describe ways the lesson/unit plan might connect to other subject areas or thematic units (see DESE “weaving” strategies)