Monday, June 19, 2017

Lesson Plans-Nicole

Lesson Plan Assignments (Kathy)

Sample Lesson Plan (Nicole)

Sample Lesson Plan (Nicole)

Lesson plans are a comprehensive outline, but in depth narratives can be written separately for each heading if needed. I would compare it to chapters in a book and the lesson plan is a comprehensive table of content.

Another fun way to prepare lessons after completing your plan is to create a Power Point presentation. Many of your ideas can be explained with photos, maps documents , etc. Essentially your lesson will be done and the teacher can use as is or add more information.

I have included a very complex/thorough lesson plan specifically for ESL (SIOP). Not all lesson plans need be this detailed.

We might want to think about starting a mini on-line school (for-profit . . . self compassion)?  This would be a way to offer courses little by little. We can practice and refine, while receiving feedback.

I would think people would start coming to us to consult, implement and create new work. We can speak about this . . .

I have also included a link for art lesson plans straight from the Met website under educators:

Museum websites are an excellent resource for lessons. Also Dick Blick has art lesson plans an videos!
Blick's Lesson Plans are a great resource for teachers and educators.
Search for lesson plans that integrate learning about works of art in your classroom

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