Lesson plan analysis (Behavioral model)
What will the student know or be able to do at the end of the lesson that the student did NOT know or was NOT able to do at the beginning?
The children will be able to solve word problems using combinations of dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, with $ and ¢ symbols.
If learning is defined as a behavior, how will the behavior be measured?
The children will be able to successfully identify all of the common denominations of money and be able to solve word problems using monetary denominations.
In which step(s) of the lesson plan will you find information that tells you exactly what the teacher will do when teaching?
Steps 3 and 4. The other steps outline the state content standards, the lesson 'attention getter,' and the conclusion explains the reinforcing homework for the children.
Q4. What step(s) of this lesson plan are for the teacher but not necessarily stated to the students?
Step 1. Step 1 explains the rationale of the lesson plan, the state content...
Which word best describes this lesson plan: (a) linear, or (b) disconnected? Why do you think so?
Linear. The lesson plan is defined to the students at the beginning (they will learn how to identify and use money) and then concludes with a reinforcing homework assignment.
Q6. In order to determine if the student achieved the objective what would you expect the teacher to do? Why?
The teacher would then give a quiz that involved students identifying denominations of money and also using word problems with examples from 'real life' illustrating how to use money. At present, the lesson plan merely presents the material. Both formative and summative assessments would be needed to ensure that the children thoroughly comprehended the material (Garrison & Ehringhaus 2007).
Q7. In 50 words or less, state how can you tell this lesson comes from the Behavioral Systems of Models of Teaching.
The behavioral systems model is characterized by an emphasis on directed learning led by a teacher; the use of simulations; and feedback from the teacher (Teaching models, n.d, The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning). The lesson presents the teacher in a position of authority. The teacher provides examples of money and asks for the children to respond with the correct answers when prompted.
Part B: Lesson plan analysis of cooperative learning model (Constructivist)
Q1. What will the student know or be able to do at the end of the lesson that the student did NOT know or was NOT able to do at the beginning?
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Q2. What words are used to tell the students that they will need…
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