Lesson planning is an important skill
Lesson planning is an important skill. There are many different ways to write a lesson plan but they all will include some key components. This assignment will look at writing measurable student objectives, applying appropriate national and state content standards to child-centered activities, identifying authentic assessments, and comparing Christ-like behaviors to professional teacher standards.
Address each one of the topics below. Copy and paste them into a new document.
1. Outcomes, objectives, must be specific and measurable. You, as the instructor, must be able to observe the students meeting the objective. Below are examples of poorly written objectives. Rewrite each objective so it is specific and measurable. Refer to “Verbs to Use In Writing Objectives”, if you need some verb suggestions.
Students will learn how to dribble a soccer ball.
Students will know all the rules of softball.
Students will appreciate their classmates.
Students will remember the three juggling patterns.
Students will consider the safety rules.
Students will be aware of bullying.
Students will understand how to find the correct jump rope.
2. Refer back to your motor skill topic chosen in week one. If you are in California use the CA State Content Standards. Choose a grade level, K – 5. Identify and write two standards, within the grade level you chose, that would be appropriate for your chosen topic. Include the specific identifying number (i.e. 1.4) Give strong rationale as to why these two standards fit your chosen topic.
If you are outside of California use the SHAPE grade level outcomes. Choose a grade level, K – 5. Identify and write two outcomes, within the grade level you chose, that would be appropriate for your chosen topic. Include the specific identifying number (i.e. S1.E21.2) Give strong rationale as to why these two outcomes fit your chosen topic.
Grade Level –
Grade Level –
3. Describe two assessments appropriate for assessing the standards/outcomes you identified above.
4. Look at the California Standards for the Teaching Profession document. (If you are not in California, you may find the teaching professional standards for your state or use the California standards. Please specify the state and include the link to the website with the out of state teaching professional standards.) For each of the 6 standards, give one example of a Christ-like behavior associated with that standard.
Standard 1: Engaging and Supporting All Students in Learning –
Standard 2: Creating and Maintaining Effective Environments for Student Learning –
Standard 3: Understanding and Organizing Subject Matter for Student Learning –
Standard 4: Planning Instruction and Designing Learning Experiences for All Students –
Standard 5: Assessing Students for Learning –
Standard 6: Developing as a Professional Educator –
Please refer to the attached rubric for a detailed explanation of scoring criteria.
All written submissions should reflect professionalism in grammar, spelling, writing style/format (one-inch margins, double spaced, typed in 12-point Times New Roman font), include APA 6th citations when appropriate, an appropriate title page, and be uploaded as .doc or .docx documents.
California Teaching Standards
SHAPE Grade Level Outcomes
Verbs to Help Write Objectives
CA PE Content Standards