Unit Four: Creating a Lesson Plan
Creating a Lesson Plan
In this unit, you will create a lesson plan that you can use with students with autism. In this plan, you will identify the topic, grade level, materials & technology used, rationale, CCS standards,
Unit Learning Objectives
After this unit, you will be able to:
- Implement the lesson you created with children with autism
- Explain why you believe this lesson plan will be effective
- Evaluate your lesson plan based on actual implementation or how you believe it would go.
- Click here to view examples of lesson plans you could use with children with autsim.
- Create a lesson plan to use with students with autism. You may choose whatever grade level and subject you would like, however the plan should follow the format below:
- Topic of Lesson:
- Grade Level & Subject:
- Class Profile (Describe students being taught and their disability):
- Groups (Explain how students will be grouped for lesson and why):
- Goals of Lesson:
- Objectives and Outomces (Identify important skills and concepts students are expected to learn):
- Rationale of Lesson (Explain why you feel this topic is important for students to learn):
- Common Core Standards (Identify the developmentally appropriate curriculum standards to be taught):
- Pre-requisite skills needed (Describe what students should already know before lesson):
- Materials Needed Throughout Lesson:
- Technology Used Throughout Lesson:
- Cognitive Engagement (Include warm-up or opening activity, activities to engage students, and closing activity):
- Modifications/Adjustments (Identify ways you may adjust lesson if formative assessments warrant modification):
- Assessment (Explain how will you check for understanding of the objectives/goals):
- Additional Materials (Include any handouts, homework assignments, guided notes, quizzes, powerpoint presentation, or other materials which support this lesson):
- Resources (List any resources you have used for this lesson) :
- Make a list of strategies you will be using in your lesson that you learned in Unit 3.
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