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Lesson Plan

  1. 1. LESSON PLAN 3/24/2010 – E-Commerce Practicum<br />HOOK: “If you listen to what I have to say the next 5 minutes, you will learn a skill that you can use for the rest of your life to help you answer almost any question. BUT you must listen to me carefully and do everything I tell you.” <br />[Necessary to get you “hook” onto the lesson – works with adults and children]<br />Objective: Students will be able to understand the concept of sample selection bias, analyze the concept in context, and come up with an example by explaining the bias away with a proxy variable.<br />[Must be centered on one concept, be action based, and be measurable]<br />EXPLAIN: Explain the concept.<br />I DO: Example, education (beyond high school) and income (of this class), explain away with law student proxy.<br />WE DO: Class example.<br />YOU DO: YAM your own example.<br />[A pedagogy technique in order to immerse student in the concept. I can use for law students, but for 13-year-olds, pictorial and games may be more useful during the “EXPLAIN” portion]<br />INCENTIVE: COOKIES, YAM POINTS, and my SPELLCASTER VOITE!!!<br />[Adults, as children, work best on incentives, i.e., Professor Fairfield guilt us into working into wee hours of the night with food and caffeine] <br />

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