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    Diana Montano LS 421: Deborah Meadows May 25th, 2010 Lesson Plan Critique Overall the author of this art visual lesson did a great job. He followed the curriculum and standards/goals were set. His objected for this lesson was to educate the students on Ancient Egypt, and the properties/techniques of earth clay construction. His lesson plan goes into great detail. He starts by stated around how long this lesson will take. Two days approximately, he gives for each day extensive detail procedures

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    English Lesson Plan

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    Teaching Adjectives to Grade VI pupils (through poem) A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH FOR GRADE VI PUPILS (FOR 4th GRADING PERIOD) By: ESMAELA DIANN B. MASCARDO I. OBJECTIVES: At the end of the discussion, pupils will be able to:  Build vocabulary through pictures presented.  Practice proper way of reciting a poem.  Interpret meaning of a poem through pictures.  Identify adjectives used in the poem.  Use adjectives in describing their hometown. II. SUBJECT MATTER: Pointing out adjectives

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    Grammar Lesson Plan

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    Level of the students: Beginning + Type of Lesson: Grammar: Knowing at what time to use irregular verbs lay and lie properly Aims: To introduce the use of “lay" and “lie" through the medium of verbal communication about setting or placing something somewhere or to rest. To equip students with a restrained and semi- restrained speaking exercise using lay and lie to converse variances between the two irregular verbs in the different principal forms. To allow students an chance to further review "

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    that I waited for the right lesson to compare to the Muhlenberg Lesson Plan. Finding all the elements of the Muhlenberg Lesson Plan in lessons throughout all of my fieldwork experiences would be difficult because for the most part teachers do not seem to do set induction or closure. I chose to do my comparison on a Macbeth lesson in Mrs. Butterbaugh’s tenth grade co-taught class. This was strictly an observed lesson, as Mrs. Butterbaugh does not do formal lesson plans. The unit title could be Renaissance

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    As proposed by Dymoke and Harrison, good lesson planning is essential to successful teaching in so far as stating, `It is often the case that poor teaching, classroom management and behaviour stem from lack of explicit planning` (2008, p.122) It is suggested then, that thorough planning is fundamental to the successful learning of pupils in many ways. Whilst allowing the teacher to follow a process of thinking, providing a mental practice session if you like, the act of planning therefore becomes

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    Lesson Plan Analysis Alyssa Quatraro Kaplan University Ce330 – Unit 9 Assignment 5/14/15 The book I chose to do an integrated unit on was The Skin You Live In by Michael Taylor with second grade students aged 7-8 years old. The big, colorful pages are vibrant and easy to absorb. This book delivers an important message about acceptance to young readers. It also has a great message that we are all different and the same and we should love ourselves for who we are. I have developed

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    Puppet Lesson Plan Essay

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    LESSON PLAN Name: Summer Whitney WGU Task Objective Number: 602.8 GENERAL INFORMATION 50min. | Lesson Title & Subject(s): Using Puppets to demonstrate letters and sounds. Topic or Unit of Study: Phonological and Phonemic Awareness Grade/Level: K Instructional Setting: Kindergarten classroom, 23 students will be sitting at desks for presentation of new information on Phonemic Awareness. Then students will be put into groups of three by teacher for independent practice

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    Class Time Lesson Plan

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    3 -5 minutes  Warm-up: Game “guess my feelings” - Teacher helps students to memorise the vocabulary about “feelings” with this game. - Teacher asks students: + “How are you today?” + “We learnt about ‘my feeings’ in the previous lesson, so I want you to guess my feeling today”. - Teacher describes her feelings in action and then asks students to guess them: + “Look at me and guess my feeling today. Are you ready?” + Key: 1.I’m happy 2.I’m sad 3.I’m sleppy

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    that all comes together under the same category. This is what is called lesson plans, and they are a very important part of keeping the class together and also help the teacher stay organized. There are many different ways in which one can set up their lesson plans, but it is very important to have them done the correct way rather than the wrong way to get the full benefit from them. I was able to find two different lesson plans that represent the correct way and also the wrong way. The correct one

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    Essay on Lesson Plan

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    Lesson Plan Keysha Starks ESL 533N – SEI Advanced Methodologies of Structured English Immersion January 16, 2013 Resource 2: SIOP Lesson Plan humbley Date: January 16, 2013 Grade/Class/Subject: Kindergarten/ math/ Unit/Theme: Shapes CT Standards: K.G.A.2 Student will be able to correctly name shapes regardless of their orientations or overall size Content Objective(s): CT.K.3.1.1 Identify objects in the classroom that match examples

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