Remembering: can the
student recall or remember
define, duplicate, list, memorize, recall, repeat,
Understanding: can the
student explain ideas or
classify, describe, discuss, explain, identify, locate,
recognize, report, select, translate, paraphrase
Applying: can the student use
the information in a new way?
choose, demonstrate, dramatize, employ, illustrate,
interpret, operate, schedule, sketch, solve, use, write.
Analyzing: can the student
distinguish between the
appraise, compare, contrast, criticize, differentiate,
discriminate, distinguish, examine, experiment, question,
Evaluating: can the student
justify a stand or decision?
appraise, argue, defend, judge, select, support, value,
Creating: can the student
create new product or point of
assemble, construct, create, design, develop, formulate,
What is a Lesson Plan?
A written guide used to aid
teachers with their lessons.
Benefits of Lesson Plans
Used as a guide for the teacher
Gives the teacher a starting point
Helps keep good classroom management
Elements of a Lesson Plan
Standards: Core Curriculum Content Standards
(CCCS) and ISTE NETs Standards
Objectives. What is your objective or objectives for
Objective should be written in terms of learning
what do you want the student to learn as a result of the
lesson or unit?
It should be observable and measurable.
The student will be able to recite the letters of the alphabet.
The student will be able to sing a song in three part
The student will be able to access information from an
Internet search engine.
The student, given informational-type text, will be able to
identify the main idea.
The student will be able to define basic literary terms and
apply them to a specific British work.
The student will be able to describe the causes of acid rain.
A list of materials and equipments needed for the lesson.
Will you need constructions paper?
Smartboard, computer, printer
State, step-by-step, how you are going to implement
How are you going to introduce the lesson?
How will you activate prior knowledge?
If you are using handouts or manipulatives, when and
how will you hand them out?
Will you close with a review?
How will you tie the lesson together?
Evaluations do not always have to be the formal, other
Observation.. whether the student has met the
conference with the student,
orally review as a group.
New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
Create a lesson plan where students use Google Docs
for collaboration, communication or creation. Your
lesson plan should be written in a Google Doc and
shared with anyone with the link. Please give Professor
Ross permission to add comments..