Di Lesson Plan Template

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Template to develop a differentiated lesson plan. This plan poses a number of questions to help ensure your lesson will reach every learner.

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Di Lesson Plan Template

  1. 1. Teacher(s):       Date:       Unit/Lesson Title:       Step 1: Desired Results What do you want students to KNOW (Essential Knowledge: facts, vocabulary, examples, etc.)?       What do you want students to UNDERSTAND (Essential Questions and Understandings: statements of truth, cross-curricular connections)? Why should your students learn or care about this topic?       What do you want students to DO (Essential skills) by the end of the lesson?       (Check the SOL Curriculum Framework posted on the Staff_Shared Drive or the Fusion D.I. page.) Step 2: Assessment of Understanding PRE-ASSESSMENT - How will you find out the readiness of your students for this topic/task? What do they already know/understand about this topic? What are the particular student learning strengths and weaknesses in this class?       ON-GOING ASSESSMENT - How will you determine if students are “getting it” so that you can adjust the lesson as necessary?       ASSESSMENT - How will you assess student learning? What is/are the final product(s)?       Step 3: Lesson Presentation Which Differentiation Strategy will you use?: varied content materials varied assessments multiple ways to access information cubing tiered lesson rafting Work: alone, in pairs, in small-group graphic organizers tasks in multiple modes (e.g. Choices Creative/Analytical/Practical) Other: _________________________ What materials will you need for your lesson?       Hook/introduction (how will you get the students to buy in to the concepts of the lesson)?:       What are the steps of the lesson and how much time will you need for each task?: 1.       2.       3.       4.       5.       Step 4: Reflection What parts of the lesson or unit went well and what would you do differently next time?      

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