Student Created Lesson Plan
So we have understandable directions for each assignment, students will choose specific activities for creating a personal lesson plan. They will determine whether written, verbal, or visual language will accomplish their own purposes.
By exploring student created lesson plans, students will develop motivation. Persuade them to focus their time and energy on a topic they would like to tell us about. By using a student-centered approach, students will be able to distinguish and set up personal action plans from just going with the flow.
Students will understand the objectives for the particular lesson and set ideas in place to complete a specific task or activity that needs to be explored. For example: A student has a personal goal of knowledge/recall /vocabulary. Therefore, students will select from the following activities to accomplish their goal or present their subject matter.
Begin with a class participatory Webb diagram, around which we share our ideas about what a lesson plan is. Students will express their personal mission(s).
Extra activities/activity Ideas for student-specific lesson(s):
Fill-in the blank PowerPoint’s
Bag your own McNeeds
Students will create a written brainstorming, in paragraph form, discussing what they have learned about the topic. 10 sentences should be discussed.
Students will be given an oral quiz of 10 questions, regarding the topic. Students will respond verbally.
Student will complete a quiz with fill-in-the-blank questions. Word bank with locations will be provided, and a blank topic Webb diagram image will be given.
Facilitator will consult with student to consider differentiated testing options based on student pre-assessment of learning style.
Grading: We will use a checklist for grading, with all completed assignments noted and given points for.