2014 GED Test Lesson Plan Template & Sample: Education Pays

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Template to develop an interdisciplinary lesson for the 2014 GED Test. Includes a sample lesson called Education Pays, viewable in powerpoint form as part of the workshop 2014 GED Instructional Strategies: http://www.slideshare.net/MeagenHowe/2014-ged-testinstructionalstrategies

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2014 GED Test Lesson Plan Template & Sample: Education Pays

  1. 1. Meagen Farrell @farrellink farrellink.comTeaching Adults: A 2014 GED® Test Resource Book by New Readers PressInterdisciplinary Adult Literacy Lesson PlanInstructor(s): Date:Focusing Theme:(Optional) Common Core State Standard(s) or GED Test Assessment Target(s):Set Behavioral Expectations:Vocabulary/Content Preview or Review:1.2.3.Text on the Theme to Interpret:Data on the Theme to Interpret:Directions for Student Activity to Engage Content: Examples: Make a prediction. Practice Vocabulary.Compute with data. Reader’s Theater. Write a summary. Make an argument. Identify main idea.Writing or Graphic Organizer Used: Examples: Venn Diagram. Pros and Cons. Sequence.Formative Assessment:Technology for Student Use:
  2. 2. Meagen Farrell @farrellink farrellink.comTeaching Adults: A 2014 GED® Test Resource Book by New Readers PressSample: Adult Literacy Lesson PlanInstructor(s): Meagen Farrell Date: May 31, 2013Focusing Theme: Poverty(Optional) Common Core State Standard(s) or GED Test Assessment Target(s):E.d.10 Microeconomics and Macroeconomics: UnemploymentSSP.6b Analyze information presented in a variety of maps, graphic organizers, tables, andcharts; and in a variety of visual sources such as artifacts, photographs, political cartoons.SSP.4a Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in context, includingvocabulary that describes historical, political, social, geographic, and economic aspects of socialstudies.Set Behavioral Expectations: Discuss behavioral rules and modify if necessary.Vocabulary/Content Preview or Review:1. Why is poverty important?2. Income threshold3. Contiguous statesText on the Theme to Interpret:Definition of poverty from U.S. Census BureauQuotes from World Vision videoData on the Theme to Interpret:2013 Poverty Guidelines“Education Pays” from Bureau of Labor StatisticsDirections for Student Activity to Engage Content: Examples: Make a prediction. Practice Vocabulary.Compute with data. Reader’s Theater. Write a summary. Make an argument. Identify main idea.Discuss how you would define poverty & why it is important.Calculate a comfortable income level for a family of two or four as a percentage of poverty.Writing or Graphic Organizer Used: Examples: Venn Diagram. Pros and Cons. Sequence.Free write on the meaning of poverty.Formative Assessment: Writing sampleTechnology for Student Use: Word processor or notepad

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