Ch 4: Education Models in Lesson Planning

About This Chapter

This teacher resource chapter is designed to assist you in using education models in your lesson planning. You can access these planning tools on any mobile device or computer 24 hours a day.

Education Models in Lesson Planning - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, experienced educators have put together a series of lesson plans using various education models. These include lesson plans using the Orton Gillingham method, Fountas and Pinnell guided reading, backward design and the ASSURE model. Each lesson plan is designed to maximize interest in your students and ease the process of creating lesson plans. Use the entire chapter or just as many of the plans and models as apply to what you're teaching. You're welcome to submit any questions you have through the Dashboard to get answers from one of our experts.

How It Helps

  • Simplifies planning: Even if you want to utilize several different models with your teaching, this one chapter contains all the information that you'll need.
  • Provides flexibility:Use these lesson plans to create your own lectures, quizzes, discussion questions, homework assignments, group projects and more.
  • Creates tailored plans:With templates covering 5E, EATS and RTI, you can easily address varying student needs.

How It Works

This helpful resource offers teachers lesson plan resources with relevant tools to make planning lessons using different educational models easy.

  • Use lesson plan outlines for the educational model you want to use in class.
  • Formulate your class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
  • Share the related lessons with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
  • Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important concepts from the lessons.
  • Engage your students with relevant activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.

14 Lessons in Chapter 4: Education Models in Lesson Planning
Curriculum Models Lesson Plan

1. Curriculum Models Lesson Plan

This lesson plan is designed to help teach students about different types of curriculum models. Students will apply what they learn about curriculum models and frameworks to write their own curriculum.

EEI Lesson Plan Template

2. EEI Lesson Plan Template

The EEI (essential elements of instruction) lesson plan format is a unique way to approach teaching. This lesson gives an overview of the model and provides a template for your use.

ASSURE Model Lesson Plan Template

3. ASSURE Model Lesson Plan Template

Using the ASSURE model to plan and implement lessons in your classroom? This lesson provides information about the ASSURE lesson plan format, including what makes it unique, and offers a sample template for easy application.

RTI Lesson Plan Template

4. RTI Lesson Plan Template

RTI, or Response to Intervention, is a method many schools have adopted to help students achieve to the best of their ability. This lesson offers an overview of RTI as well as a template for how an RTI lesson might look.

EATS Lesson Plan Template

5. EATS Lesson Plan Template

The EATS lesson plan uses a simple, straight-forward method to help teachers hit the necessary components. This lesson briefly explains the philosophy of the EATS model, then provides a template to be used for instructional planning.

SIOP Lesson Plan Template

6. SIOP Lesson Plan Template

Are you required to use the SIOP (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol) lesson plan format? Then read on. This lesson gives you information about the lesson plan format, including information on what makes it unique, as well as an example template.

Charlotte Danielson Lesson Plan Format

7. Charlotte Danielson Lesson Plan Format

Planning lessons intentionally is necessary for success in the classroom. Use this lesson to find out more about the Charlotte Danielson lesson plan format, such as what makes it unique. A template is included for you to use.

Madeline Hunter Lesson Plan Template

8. Madeline Hunter Lesson Plan Template

Lesson planning is an important responsibility for all teachers. A classic planning template is the Madeline Hunter style. This lesson explains the format and shares a template for easy application.

Madeline Hunter Lesson Plan Example for Math

9. Madeline Hunter Lesson Plan Example for Math

The Madeline Hunter lesson plan format is a straight-forward way to make sure your teaching is organized and prepared. Use this lesson plan template to help guide you in planning your day-to-day teaching.

CALLA Lesson Plan Template

10. CALLA Lesson Plan Template

Thinking of using the CALLA lesson plan format? This lesson will guide you through the process, including what makes the format unique. It will also provide you with a template for use.

4As Lesson Plan Sample

11. 4As Lesson Plan Sample

All lesson plan formats have strengths and are designed to help you plan for student learning. Ever hear of the 4-A model? Use this lesson to learn about what makes this format unique.

5E Lesson Plan Template

12. 5E Lesson Plan Template

Don't you love lesson plans that are simple to follow and have criteria that are easy to understand? This lesson explains the 5E lesson plan and provides an example.

Backward Design Lesson Plan Template & Example

13. Backward Design Lesson Plan Template & Example

If you want to be sure that the lesson you are presenting to students will have the outcome that you expect, then backward design may be the best approach. This lesson describes backward design and provides a template and an example that demonstrates how it may be used.

Backward Design Lesson Plan Example

14. Backward Design Lesson Plan Example

Backward design can be a great way to teach students a variety of concepts and skills. This lesson offers you some insight into backward design as well as an example of what a backward design lesson can look like.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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