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Review "Partial IEP and Lesson" from this week's readings to inform the assignment.

Upon reviewing the Present Levels of Performance and the second grade literacy-based lesson plan for Marcus, create one academic goal specific to his needs.

Design a lesson plan, using the COE lesson plan template downloaded at the bottom, that modifies and extends skills taught in Marcus’ lesson plan and is aligned to the identified academic goal.

Along with your completed lesson plan, submit a 250-300-word reflection and rationale supporting your instructional choices specific to lesson modifications and extensions, based on the established academic goal.

APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

This assignment uses a rubric attached at the bottom. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

Modifying Lesson Plans

1
No Evidence
0.00%

2
Nominal Evidence
69.00%

3
Unacceptable Evidence
74.00%

4
Acceptable Evidence
87.00%

5
Target Evidence
100.00%

100.0 %Criteria

20.0 %Lesson Plan Content

No submission.

Lesson plan does not include learning objectives and instructional activities that are meaningful and do not modify and extend skills taught in the lesson plan and is aligned to the identified academic goal.

Lesson plan includes inappropriate instructional activities that modify and extend skills taught in the lesson plan and is aligned to the identified academic goal.

Lesson plan includes appropriate instructional activities that modify and extend skills taught in the lesson plan and is aligned to the identified academic goal.

Lesson plan includes engaging instructional activities that modify and extend skills taught in the lesson plan and is aligned to the identified academic goal.

15.0 %Lesson Plan Rationale

No submission.

Lesson plan rationale fails to support lesson plan choices specific to lesson modifications and extensions, based on the established academic goal.

Lesson plan rationale is insufficient in supporting lesson plan choices specific to lesson modifications and extensions, based on the established academic goal.

Lesson plan rationale is sufficient in supporting lesson plan choices specific to lesson modifications and extensions, based on the established academic goal.

Lesson plan rationale is comprehensive and professional in supporting lesson plan choices specific to lesson modifications and extensions, based on the established academic goal.

15.0 %PLANNING: Instructional Script and Materials

No submission.

Lesson plan does not use effective, verbal, nonverbal techniques in a way that would create opportunities for learning and collaboration.

Lesson plan does not adequately address student or class needs, and/or include thinly designed use of verbal, nonverbal techniques to create opportunities for learning and collaboration.

Lesson plan includes basic, appropriate use of student-centered verbal, nonverbal techniques to create opportunities for learning and collaboration.

Lesson plan demonstrates well-developed and skillful use of effective, student-centered verbal, nonverbal techniques to create opportunities for active inquiry, collaboration and supportive interaction.

15.0 %PLANNING: Meeting the Varied Learning Needs of Students

No submission.

Lesson plan instruction and instructional supports ignores the learning needs of the students.

Lesson plan does not fully differentiate instructional activities and supports. It inadequately addresses the needs of the students.

Lesson plan includes basic differentiated instructional activities and supports that are designed to generally meet the needs of students.

Lesson plan has creative, well-developed differentiated instructional activities and supports clearly designed to meet the needs of specific individuals or groups with similar needs.

15.0 %PLANNING: Meeting the Language Needs of Students

No submission.

Planned assessments do not clearly measure the stated learning targets, and/or do not include modifications for the individual needs of the student.

Lesson plan only cursorily describes content-based vocabulary and includes underdeveloped instructional support for the use of vocabulary and additional language demands associated with the language function.

Lesson plan identifies content-based vocabulary and includes general instructional support for the use of vocabulary and additional language demands associated with the language function.

Lesson plan clearly and comprehensively incorporates content-based vocabulary, targeted instructional support for the use of vocabulary, and additional language demands associated with the language function.

15.0 %PLANNING: Assessments to Monitor Student Learning

No submission.

Planned assessments do not clearly measure the stated learning targets, and/or do not include modifications for the individual needs of the student.

Planned assessments are inadequate for monitoring the understanding and skill development of students in the content area. The assessments are not well aligned to the stated learning targets and do not include adequate modifications for the individual student.

Planned assessments provide clear, basic methods to monitor the deep understanding and skill development of students in the content area throughout and at the end of the lesson. They are generally aligned to the stated learning targets and include simple modifications for the individual student.

Planned assessments creatively allow for multiple forms of evidence in order to monitor the understanding and skill development of students in the content area throughout and at the end of the lesson. They are well aligned with the stated learning targets and standards and include well-crafted modifications for the individual needs of students.

5.0 %Mechanics

No submission.

The lesson plan contains inappropriate, incoherent language and/or sentence structures.

The lesson plan contains mechanical and conventional errors or non-relevant language that affects meaning and clarity.

The lesson plan has a few mechanical and conventional errors present that do not significantly affect meaning or clarity. Word choice reflects basic, consistent, appropriate use of practice and topic-related language.

The lesson plan is free of mechanical and conventional errors. Word choice reflects well-developed use of practice and topic-related language.

100 %Total Weightage

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