EDU622 IP4

Apr 8th, 2015
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Create a unit of instruction to illustrate how aspects of behavioral, cognitive, and constructivist strategies can be deliberately designed into a course. At a minimum, the key elements should include: 6-8pages IP •The audience and content to be taught •State and national standards to be met by the assignments •Identify specific student centered outcomes written as performance objectives •Design learning activities from each of the three theoretical perspectives (behavioral, cognitive & constructive) that support your audience and objectives •Incorporate at least 3 mega-cognitive strategies. Examples include: ◦Framing ◦Chunking ◦Concept mapping ◦Advance organizers ◦Metaphor ◦Rehearsal ◦Imagery and/or mnemonics. •Paper should use appropriate APA formattin

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EDU622-IP4NameClassDateProfessorEDU622-IP4 The lesson plan that is being developed will involve a classroom of thirty ninth grade students that will include a diverse population of students. Each student will have a different academic learning ability but will engage in brain based research in order to develop a better understanding of the social studies topic being learned. The specific social studies that will be taught in this lesson involve students gaining a better understanding of the role the criminal justice system plays in society.Audience and Content Learning and understanding the criminal justice system is essential for the student. Through gaining and understanding of the criminal justice process students will gain a better understanding of their legal rights and what freedoms they are afforded. The criminal justice system is an important function in American society and acts as the moral compass. Because crime is a problem that has developed in every civilization and every society a system needed to be created that would limit the actions of the criminal offender while assuring for justice with the ultimate goal of improving public safety. The goal of social studies it to provide students with information concerning their civic role and responsibility while enabling them to gain understanding about the different social processes in society. Brain-based research finds that the learner who engages in real world experiences

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