Lesson Plan Template (A.4.2 - Collaborative Lesson Pan)


If this is not the first lesson in your unit, you will preface this lesson with a narrative. If this is not the last lesson in your unit, you will provide a summary of the remaining lessons. I will review only ONE complete lesson plan that uses all of the components on the lesson plan template below.

In all cases, a reader should understand the complete unit and the work will address all of the criteria on the A.4.2 Rubric.


Follow this lesson plan template. Keep the template text in bold font. Add your information in regular font.

Planning

Reading Comprehension Strategy

Reading Development Level

Research-based Instructional Strategies

Lesson Length

Purpose

Objectives

Resources, Materials, and Equipment

Children’s Literature (All Genres)
Websites (and Databases)
Graphic Organizers (and Rubrics)
Materials (Other Consumables)
Equipment (Technology)

Collaboration

Assessment

Standards
Reading and/or writing
Listening and speaking
Other content areas (NAME them)
AASL Indicators (Information literacy)
Educational technology

Implementation

Process

Motivation

Student-friendly Objectives

Presentation

Student Participation Procedures
or
Student Practice Procedures

Guided Practice

Closure

Reflection

Extensions (Moreillon 15, 17)

Moreillon, Judi. Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Elementary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact. Chicago: ALA, 2013. Print.
Moreillon, Judi. Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Secondary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact. Chicago: ALA, 2012. Print.