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IIED: ICT in Education Lesson Plan Form


Subject Area(s)
Grade Level
Lesson Summary
(take this seriously)

Mathematics, Science, etc.

The overall purpose of the lesson. The teachers main goal and the expected
outcome for the student.
The students will be able to accomplish/demonstrate three key skills/behaviors:


Student Objectives
& Outcomes

Action verb 1: Example: students will assemble a 3D cube based upon


(take this seriously)


Action verb 2
Action verb 3




Replace the text in the right-hand boxes with your own content

__What I do to ensure that the students know (a) what the lesson is all about (on the
chalk-board or through other means (b) what they are expected to learn, and (c) what
the outcomes will be. Be clear about this. Make it openly available to the students

Checklist for

__I have a plan for assessing prior knowledge (see next box below)
__All materials are set up so that I do not waste time
__I have a plan for differentiating instruction
__I know that students can understand what I am saying
__My classroom is friendly, disciplined, and ready for learning

Assessing Prior
(Try to complete this within
5 minutes)

What I do to ensure that I know what students are capable of doing BEFORE
I introduce new concepts, skills, or behaviors I want students to achieve.
Techniques to use include (but are not limited to):
A central question that engages minds/determines how much they know

A task/activity where they show they are ready to take the next step

K-W-L chart: students can pair off and show what they know, what they
want to know, what they believe they have learned
A game that gives you insights into prior knowledge


Describe what you will do to nurture and maintain student interest and engagement
throughout the class session


Activities and
(Be specific)

What you will be doing with the students. Scaffolding is a process through which a
teacher adds supports for students in order to enhance learning and aid in the
mastery of tasks. The teacher does this by systematically building on students
experiences and knowledge as they are learning new skills. Just like the scaffold in
the picture to the left, these supports are temporary and adjustable. As students
master the assigned tasks, the supports are gradually removed.


What you do to encourage students to move through the material. Review what
you have learned in Year 1 and Year 2 to date

(Be specific)

How you use Multiple Intelligences to reach different learners

(Be specific)

Use of ICTs
(Be specific)

What you do (specifically) in your lesson that can address students with different
learning needs (physical, mental)

List the hardware and software tools you will use (if any)
Briefly, why you chose to use these tools for efficiency or effectiveness. Example
may be using Kahoot for formative assessment of the math concept.
IMPORTANT: If you choose a tool to use, actually use it. Dont just say I will use
Kahoot actually write the questions and conduct the activity

(Not applicable when practice teaching at IOL, but will be used for teaching in local classrooms)

Your Organization

Your Instruction

Your Students
(You can demonstrate

Classroom is organized to be warm, friendly, and suited for learning

Lesson is flexible and responsive
Timing is suitable
Students are motivated and monitored

You can demonstrate how the lesson to be clearly organized

You make effective use of verbal and non-verbal communication

Examples of attention to students with different learning needs

Show how the lesson is appropriate to the age-group

Are responsible to the well-being and order of the classroom

Respond to appropriate discipline where necessary
Are respectful and kind to you and each other
Students feel safe and are given appropriate feedback


CHOOSE 3 of the following 21st Century Teaching and Learning teaching and learning concepts and
briefly describe how your way in, through, or out demonstrated these concepts. Feel free to choose from
the following list or add your own:

Year 1 and 2 Canvas sites PLUS each of

the following is a link from:

Brain-Based Learning | Character Education | Collaborative Learning

| Culturally Responsive Teaching | Design Thinking | Differentiated
Instruction | Digital Citizenship | Environmental Education | Flipped
Classrooms | Formative Assessments | Game-Based Learning | Health
and Wellness| Home-School Connections | Inclusive Education |
Inquiry-Based Learning | Learning Styles | Maker Education | Media
Literacy | Mobile Learning | Multiple Intelligences | Performance
Assessment | Problem Based Learning | Project-Based Learning |
Rubrics | Service Learning Social and Emotional Learning | Social
Media | Special Education | Student Engagement

Name, along with how you used this concept in your lesson plan

21 Century Teaching and

Learning Choice 1:

Name, along with how you used this concept in your lesson plan

21st Century Teaching and

Learning Choice 2:

Name, along with how you used this concept in your lesson plan

21st Century Teaching and

Learning Choice 3:


Practice in class and
at home

Where this Leads

Ending class
(be specific)

What will students do in class to

What (optional) should students do at home to practice this skill?

Return to the scaffolding description (above) and describe how the skills, attitudes,
or behaviors you have stated in your goals will help students do the next level in the
subject. If you are doing a lesson in mathematics, for instance, and your goal is to
understand a particular algebraic formula, then show here how the students will be
able to
You make effective use of verbal and non-verbal communication

IMPORTANT: You show how to attend to students with different learning

needs. Give examples

How will you end this class session?

IMPORTANT: Be specific about what you will do to assess student learning.

This means a CLOSING activity very much like your opening activity (in
which you found what students know). This time, you will be doing an
activity to show what students have learned.

Encouragement and a Warning

Over time, you will be able to create lesson plans easily, but the first few times, you will probably be working on
this lesson plan again and again. We all encourage you to take chances, to play with ideas, to try out crazy and fun
ideas. Even if those ideas fail, you will do well, because if you dont try anything new, you will become a boring
At the same time, PLEASE do not cut and paste lessons from the internet and claim them as your own. To do so is
plagiarism, and you will not get credit for the assignment. The IIED professors use different software to
determine if students are copying and pasting from the web (www.turnitin.com is an example), so I urge you to do
this entirely as your own work.
Best advice: do this yourself and give it your best. Avoid scouring the internet for ideas. You are clever enough.
Make this something you are proud of!