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Backward Design Lesson Planning

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Incorporating Web 2.0 Tools into Teaching and Learning  

 

1.    General Information

Name:  

Title:   

SAU:    

Grade Level:   

District:   

Content Area:      

School:      

Content Domain:       

 

2.    Backward Design Unit Planning

Standards and Learning Goals

Course Unit: 

Source of Standards: 

 

What are the standards you want to teach with this unit?  Include the entire standard, not just a reference number.

 

 

Brainstorm ideas for how students can demonstrate this standard to you.  This should be something that students can either perform or produce for you that convince you they know what you want them to know about the standard.

 

 

 

Assessment Criteria and Measurement

Design a draft of the assessment you will use to determine students have achieved the standards.

List your Criteria for Assessment based on the demonstrations you expect students to know or be able to do if they achieve the standard.  These are based on your brainstormed ideas of what students can perform or produce.

 

 

What are the levels of quality or understanding of content you might expect?  Design the measurement scale for the rubric.  Consider what constitutes average, then consider what is above and below average performance.

 

 

What product will the students produce allows them to demonstrate the content and skills they needed to learn or understand in order to meet the standards? 

 

 

 

Instructional Activities: What Teacher Needs to Provide

Based on the Assessment Criteria, what content or skills do you need to provide your students in order to give them the experience and practice they need to be able to demonstrate the assessment criteria you listed above.  Their ability to do so convinces you they know the content and have achieved the standards.

What will students need experience and practice with in order to meet the assessment criteria?  Connect these experiences or activities to the performance or product you need to see students demonstrate.

 

 

 

Instructional Design: Internet Resources – Articles and Websites

Develop an idea for a learning activity that uses an article of website on the internet to provide students with experience and practice performing or producing what you indicated would convince you they learned the standard.

How will students use the article or website in your unit?

 

 

How will this reading connect to the performance or product you need to see students demonstrate?

 

 

 

Instructional Design: Internet Resources - Interactives

Develop an idea for a learning activity that uses an interactive internet resource to provide students with experience and practice performing or producing what you indicated would convince you they learned the standard.

How will students use the interactive resource in your unit?

 

 

How will this resource connect to the performance or product you need to see students demonstrate?

 

 

 

Instructional Design: Videos and Multimedia

Develop an idea for a learning activity that uses video or multimedia resources to provide students with experience and practice performing or producing what you indicated would convince you they learned the standard.

How will students use the video or multimedia in your unit?

 

 

How will this activity connect to the performance or product you need to see students demonstrate?

 

 

 

Instructional Design: Wikis and Blogs

Develop an idea for a learning activity that uses either a wiki or a blog to provide students with experience and practice performing or producing what you indicated would convince you they learned the standard.

How will students use the wiki or blog in your unit?

 

 

How will this activity connect to the performance or product you need to see students demonstrate?

 

 

 

Instructional Design: Online Collaboration

Develop an idea for a learning activity that uses online collaboration to provide students with experience and practice performing or producing what you indicated would convince you they learned the standard.

How will students use the online collaboration in your unit?

 

How will this activity connect to the performance or product you need to see students demonstrate?

 

 

 

Instructional Design: Digital Citizenship

Develop an idea for a learning activity that teaches some aspects of digital citizen ship that might apply to the student use of the various Web 2.0 tools you chose above. 

How will this activity give them a better learning experience using the Web 2.0 tools?

 

How will this activity relate to the internet policies already in place at your school?

 

 

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