LP1 Lesson Plan
Carefully review all of the Traditional Option information for LP1 posted for the:
Before starting on your LP1 Lesson Plan it is essential to complete the
- LP1 Lecture Lesson Video (especially Criteria #1 and #2)
The LP1 Lesson Plan for Distance Learning Scholars differs slightly from the LP1 Lesson Plan for Traditional Option Scholars. Under the "EQUIPMENT and MATERIALS required for the lesson" section of Fred's LP1 Lesson Plan, "OVERHEAD PROJECTOR" and "TRANSPARENCY" should be replaced with "COMPUTER MONITOR" and "POWER POINT PRESENTATION" or "FLIP CHART" and "ILLUSTRATION."
- Objectives Development Exercise and the
- One Page Lesson Plans Exercise and review
- Fred Fudrucker's LP1 Lesson Plan and
- How Teachers Should Ask Questions
Using an OVERHEAD PROJECTOR when video taping can cause problems with lighting and that can be avoided by using a FLIP CHART with ILLUSTRATION or using a POWER POINT PRESENTATION. Using a "CRT" COMPUTER MONITOR with a POWER POINT PRESENTATION may result in a "flicker" problem with whatever is being shown on the monitor, but that is acceptable under our circumstances.
PLEASE NOTE: all LP1 Lesson Plans must be based on a student performance objective (just like the example) indicating that when "given the definition of (a particular word), students will write that word, spelling it correctly!" The format for all Lesson Plans should match the format exemplified in: