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Template for Literacy Based Lesson Plans

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Literacy Based Lesson Materials

 

You will edit this template to create your literacy based social studies lesson plans around a particular text. Don't forget these rules:

  • Edit, Save
  • Don't steal the lock!
  • Create a link back to the previous page with each new page you create.
  • Name each new page with the title of your book as the beginning of the name. For instance, if I am writing about the book I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Maker Her Mark, I would create each new page for my lesson content like this:
    • I_dissent_RBG_Concept Lesson;
    • I_dissent_RBG_VocabularyLessons 
    • I_dissent_RBG_resources

 

Embed an image of your chosen text here. Be sure to add appropriate citations and/or links back to content that you are getting from others.  

Each week you will add one additional element to your materials.

Week 1: Learn how to wiki and explore the existing materials. Ask/answer questions about this in the discussion board. Share your favorite materials created by a previous student on the discussion board with a "pretty" link to the materials. Tell us why you like these.

Week 2: Choose your text and identify the concept to which you will connect it. Watch this MN Social Studies Video about Concept
Lessons
. Identify your vocabulary words.

 

Week 3: Add a page about related resources, also, on your title page add some more information for the teacher who finds your materials. What population will your lesson be designed for? 

Week 4: Add your full lesson plan using the St.Kate's lesson plan template

Week 5: Design Vocabulary materials to support the lesson using the Marzano template or another proven strategy. 

Week 6: Get feedback from peers and from having taught the lesson to an audience of your choosing, record this to share with your instructor.

Week 7: Refine your materials

 

Here is the rubric that will be used to evaluate your final materials. 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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