Course:

Date:

Topic:

Grade Level:

Materials Needed: (List all materials and equipment
needed to teach this lesson. This list serves as a reminder to ensure
that such resources are available during the lesson presentation.)
for students:
for teacher:
Prerequisite Knowledge: (What knowledge or skills must the
learner bring to this new topic? For example: Students will need to be able
to convert percents to decimals.)
Student Objective(s): (What will the student be able to do
as a result of this lesson? Provide the specific learning outcomes
that students will be able to demonstrate at the end of the lesson.
Use a variety of descriptors and levels. For example: Students will
be able to define median of a triangle. or Students will be able to
find the length of a median given the sides of a right triangle.) You
will also need to match your objectives to the
PA Mathematics Standards
.
Procedures: (This section thoroughly describes how your lesson
will be taught. It may include time estimates, strategies you will use,
and questioning and feedback plans.)

Opening Activity/Purpose (How will you "catch"
the students' attention? Why are they learning the content for this
lesson? The opening should provide a purpose and motivation for learning
the content. This is necessary to interest the students in the content
as well as preparethem for what they will be learning.)


Lecture/Activity (This is a stepbystep,
detailed procedure of how you will present the content of the lesson.)


Include:

Instruction



Key Questions



Directions


Closing Activity/Statement (Closure
should summarize the content for the students and reinforce the important
aspects of the lesson.)

Assessment: (How will you know if students met the objectives
you had for the lesson? How will you evaluate their knowledge of the
content? What evidence will you collect to help you determine where
to start the next lesson?)
"If Time" Activity: (What will you do if you finish the lesson
early? This should relate to the topic that was taught. Doing
homework is not an acceptable "If time" activity.)
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