Form for Lesson Plans
We invite you to submit your lesson plans in whatever format you wish. It would be helpful to have the following information:
Your name _________________________||Your department _________________________ |
The course for which the lesson is intended _____________________________________
Your objectives (the skills and/or knowledge the students will gain from the lesson; see:
example (research assignment objectives)
Notes to teachers:
See examples below
Name: Vilma de la Pena||Department: Foreign Languages|
Course: Spanish 3A Continuation of Elementary Spanish
Students will be able to use the prepositions in a meaningful context.
- Students will be able to use the colors in a meaningful context.
- Students will become acquainted with the Diego Rivera Mural of Pan American Unity.
Notes to teachers: Although this lesson appears with instructions in Spanish at this level, it could be used at a lower level with instructions in English.
Name: Tina Martin||Department: ESL|
Course: ESL 79 - Avanced Speech
- Students learn research skills necessary in academic speech giving.
- Students practice speaking skills planning in groups.
- Students integrate speaking, reading, and writing skills.
- Students develop critical thinking skills.
- Students further their knowledge of art and social studies.
- Students further their speech-giving ability.
Notes to teachers: This is a research assignment I use with my ESL 79 students every semester. We spend about three weeks (9 class hours)
culminating in three products:
- An oral presentation in which the Diego Rivera Mural is the chief visual
- A short summary written in their own words.
- A presentation of their final log: Their description of their research process, my responses, and their final educated guess as to why Diego rivera included a particular
component in his mural.
Of course, certain parts of the assignment can be omitted if less time is available.