First part: Step 1: Choose one of the videos below to watch a lesson

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First part:
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Step 1: Choose one of the videos below to watch a lesson being taught to a group of children. As you are watching the video, record each of the parts of the lesson you see in the video on the Lesson Plan Template section. Use the Early Childhood and Child Development Lesson Plan Handbook as a guide to help you determine where to place things within the template. For example, if you observe the teacher activating the children’s prior knowledge, you will record what the teacher does to activate their prior knowledge in the introduction section of the lesson plan template. If a section of the Lesson Plan Template is not observed in the video, you will record Not Observed in that section on the Lesson Plan Template. I HAVE COPIED AND PASTED THE HANDBOOK AND VIDEO BELOW ??https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/bcfb92b4-8a04-44bd-8d6a-367b9a0ea21d/1/ece-cd-lesson-plan-handbook.pdf
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Step 2: Using the notes you recorded on the Lesson Plan Template, evaluate the lesson plan using the Activity Plan Self-Check section of the Week 2 Assignment Template. For this section, you will place an X on the line if the characteristic was observed from the lesson you watched when completing the Lesson Plan Template in Step 1. If the characteristic was not observed, you will leave the line blank. Then, count up the number of Xs you have on the Activity Plan Self-Check, and circle the corresponding level for the lesson you observed on the Self-Check Scoring Key.
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Step 3: Using the Lesson Plan Template, Activity Plan Self-Check, the Early Childhood and Child Development Handbook, your primary text, and at least two additional scholarly or credible sources, address the following regarding the lesson you observed in the Lesson Evaluation section.
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1. Describe the steps of intentional planning that were evident in the lesson you observed and how the planning contributed to the success, or lack of success, of the activity.
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2. Explain how the lesson was developmentally appropriate for the children in the group.
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3. Discuss how the lesson plan is or is not aligned from the objective all the way through the closing.
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4. Justify the score that you gave the lesson you observed based on the Activity Plan-Self Check. 5.Make sure to cite specific evidence from the video that supports your justification.
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6. Summarize how completing this evaluation activity will allow you to develop more effective leadership when it comes to developing lesson plans in your current or future work with children.
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Second Part:
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Step 1: Lesson Plan Template – Fill in the Lesson Plan Template below based on the video you observe. Remember, if a section of the template was not observed in the video, write “Not Observed”.
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Content Area or Developmental Focus:
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Age/Grade of Children:
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Length of Lesson:
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Lesson Development
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Differentiation
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Assessment
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(Practice/ Checking for
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Closing
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Step 2: Activity Plan Self-Check- Place an “X” on each line for each of the characteristics that is included in the Lesson Plan Template you completed above. If a characteristic is not observed, leave the line blank. When you get to the end, add up the “Xs” and circle the level the lesson plan falls into according to the Self-Check Scoring Key.
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THIS PLAN IS DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE 4 POINTS
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________ My plan is appropriate for the age and experiences of the children I will be teaching.
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________ This activity idea is suitable for the children in my class based on at least one of these criteria:
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??• The head teacher/ instructor has approved my idea.
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• My idea builds on the children’s interests and was suggested by things the children
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have said or done.
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• My idea relates to the early learning standards and/ or the content standards for my
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state or school.
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________ The materials and teaching strategies are sensitive to the language, culture, and experiences
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of all or some of the children and families in the class.
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________ The objectives are arranged in a logical order using the concept of developmental direction.
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THIS PLAN IS COMPLETE 4 POINTS
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________ All parts of an effective activity plan are represented in my plan.
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________ All materials needed in the activity are specified (including any materials needed for set- up, such as
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covering a table with paper, or clean- up, such as sponges and water).
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________ The procedure includes examples of appropriate teaching strategies for the activity type, including
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scripts such as those associated with behavior reflections, open- ended questions, challenges, or do- it
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signals.
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________ The evaluation section of the plan includes questions related to the children’s experience in the activity
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as well as at least one question related to self- evaluation and reflection.
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THIS PLAN IS RELEVANT 3 POINTS
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________ The plan uses hands- on materials that are of high interest to the children (they are meaningful and
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worthy of the children’s attention).
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________ The teaching strategies outlined in the plan clearly support the goal.
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________ The strategy for assessing the learning of the children is appropriate for the activity and the children’s development (checklist, work sample, child observations, etc)
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THIS PLAN IS ACCURATE 9 POINTS
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________ The planned activity clearly supports the goal.
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________ There is an obvious link between the goal and the objectives.
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________ The objectives specify what the children will do in relation to the content.
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________ Each of the objectives is addressed within the procedure.
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________ The procedure specifies what the teacher will do and say.
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________ The specified content is accurate ( I have looked up or verified the information).
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________ The content is reflected in the procedures section of the plan with the terms and facts made
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clear.
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________ The simplifications and the extensions are related to the goal and remain within the chosen develop- mental domain.
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________ The evaluation of the child component of the plan assesses the degree to which children are
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successful in addressing the goal and the objectives.
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TOTAL POINTS = ________ Out of 20
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Self- Check Scoring Key – Circle the level your plan falls in
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18– 20 Ready to Submit/ Try Out with Children
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13– 17 Getting Close ?
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8– 12 Try Again
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1– 7 Reread Chapter 3, Consult with Others to Clarify Misunderstandings
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Step 3: Lesson Evaluation: In one to two pages, address the five bulleted points listed in the assignment description about the lesson you evaluated.
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