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Lesson Plans

Re: How to teach students to write lesson plans.

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Mon, 22 Feb 1999 17:56:05 EST

Hi, I am an art education student at Montclair State in New Jersey and we use
a format that seems to be very comprehensive. I hope it helps.

Lesson Plan:
Lesson Plan
1. Learners Characteristics
(grade levels, statements from Piaget, Parsons, Kellogg... that
support the abilities of the students at that grade
level/developmental stage to perform types of activites in your lesson)
2. Concept Statements
A. Theme(s)
B. Art Production Concepts
C. Art Appreciation Concepts
1. History
2. Aesthetics
3. Criticism
3. Objectives
4. Activities
5. Materials, Media, Tools and Resources
6. Evaluation

This lesson meets:
(the standards that the lesson meets)
Classroom Procedure
(Wrtiten out: the flow of the lesson)
1. Stimulation Activity/anticipatory set
2. Introduction to the Art Appreciation Concepts
3. The Art Making Activity
4. Conclusion
5. Clean up
6. Time

A. Meeting the Objectives
B. How can this lesson be improved?
C. The teaching of the lesson:
Student Assessment
(five or so questions you would give the students to help improve and modify
your lesson)