I’m looking for someone, preferably a teacher or someone with experience writing detailed lesson plans, to create and write a lesson plan involving “sight – peripheral vision”. Hopefully, if the job is done well, I will be able to rehire you for many more lessons and resources.
I realize there are an endless amount of lessons you could make involving sight. I would like this specific lesson to be about peripheral vision.
The lesson MUST BE ORIGINAL and not copied from any copyrighted sources. (I will be checking with Copyscape and other programs to make sure.)
Expect to make revisions based on my feedback. If you are unsure of anything, don't assume. Ask me first. Doing this can save a lot of time for both of us.
If you have previous lesson plans that you would like to send to me, so I could see an example of your work, that would be great.
The plan needs to include the criteria listed below:
o Can I create a question that encompasses the objective?
• Prepare the learner
o How will the students’ prior knowledge be activated?
o What is the most important content of the lesson?
o How will the learning of that content be facilitated?
o How will students practice the new skill or apply the new knowledge?
o What will be guided?
o What will be independent?
o How will students share their learning?
o How will evidence about the students’ abilities to use the new skills and/or knowledge be gathered?
o How will lesson return to the objective?
• Materials Needed
• Timeframe of the lesson
• Which grade level/levels it is designed for.
This website does a good job of explaining what I am looking for in more detail. http://www.crlt.umich.edu/gsis/p2_5
The lesson will be evaluated based on the categories below.
• Overall quality of the lesson
• Accuracy in following the presentation's criteria listed above
• Communication skills and command of the English language
• Validity of the information provided (All text will be checked through Copyscape so make sure you are providing 100% original content.
• Expertise in lesson plans
• Professional workmanship and demonstrated pride of authorship
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