Lesson Plan

This rubric is for developing a lesson plan. Develop a lesson plan for children that promotes physical development.

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Develop a lesson plan that promotes cognitive skills for. Both lesson plans should focus on one main activity that you will clearly describe the steps/procedures to implement into a classroom. Each lesson plan is worth 20 points.

Brief Description
Exceeding
5 pts
Meeting
3 pts
Approaching
1 pts

Content & Development

Choose a layout that works best for you. This can be paragraphs, an outline, etc.
Exceeding
-Content is accurate and comprehensive
-Structure is clear and easy to follow
Meeting
-Content is accurate
-Structure is mostly clear and easy to follow
Approaching
-Content is confusing
– Structure is not easy to follow

Format

Exceeding
– Assignment is formatted for margins, paragraphs, etc.
– Assignment has readable font
-Assignment includes a topic, objectives, materials, state standards, type of group, process/method of the activity, modification, and extending the activity
Meeting
– Formatting is mostly correct
-Assignment doesn’t have readable font
-Assignment includes four or five of the following: topic, objectives, materials, state standards, type of group, process/method of the activity, modification, and extending the activity
Approaching
– Improperly formatted
-Assignment includes three or less of the following: topic, objectives, materials, state standards, type of group, process/method of the activity, modification, and extending the activity

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

Exceeding
– Grammar is mostly correct
-Vocabulary is appropriate to the topic
-All or most punctuation marks are used correctly
Meeting
– Grammatical errors that don’t distract from the paper
-Vocabulary that is inappropriate but doesn’t distract from the topic
-Some punctuation errors
Approaching
– Distracting or incomprehensible on account of grammar errors
-Inappropriate vocabulary makes the text almost incomprehensible
-Punctuation is mostly incorrect

Lesson Plan

Exceeding
– Detail and descriptive so another teacher can easily teach your lesson
-Activity is age appropriate
-Activity encourages hand-on learning and/or exploration to learn the topic
Meeting
– Detailed but not descriptive so another teacher can easily teach your lesson
-Activity is somewhat age appropriate
-Activity encourages some hand-on learning and/or exploration to learn the topic
Approaching
– Another teacher cannot easily teach your lesson due to lack of detail and description
-Activity is not age appropriate
-Activity uses only worksheets or other means that is not hands-on/explorative

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