The topics covered this week prepare you to develop lessons in consideration with the different factors that shape student learning at the elementary school level. While it isn’t easy to design a lesson when you simultaneously need to make sure you’re meeting various needs and requirements of the students, curriculum, and broader instructional standards, the first step is to be aware of all the factors at play, and over time, allowing the frameworks you develop to support each lesson you prepare.
Respond to the following in a minimum of 100 words:
What are some important factors you need to take into consideration when lesson planning? Provide specific examples to support your response.
What are some community, district, and school factors to consider? Why is this information important, and how does it apply to your instructional planning? Explain and provide specific details to support your response.
What does it mean to be inclusive in the classroom? How do you create an inclusive classroom environment? Provide examples of some ways you can adjust a lesson or an assessment for students with language barriers.
Review the College’s Conceptual Framework.
How does this topic link to the College’s Conceptual Framework and the framework’s philosophical relationship to effective teacher preparation?
Post at least one response under any of the WK 1 Learning Activities that have questions included. Be constructive and professional in your responses. (Just click on the WK 1 Learning Activities and to add a response, click on the three dots found on the right corner of the readings or videos. You will find our class conversation there.) The third response can be under the Discussion Question or under the WK 1 Learning Activities.
*Please read over the posted grade rubric to make sure your posts fulfill the assignment requirements.
Important requirement: Please explain and provide evidence from our course readings or outside sources to support your response. Make sure to include reference citations that follow the APA guidelines. I highly recommend using the citation generator found on the UOPX Library home page.