Assessment Method in Lesson Planning

Assessment Method The methods of assessment measure your students learning. the assessment let you know how the information shared in the lesson was received and/or if your lesson objectives were met. The method(s) listed in your lesson plan will most often be formative assessments. These assessments may/will vary from lesson to lesson. There are dozens ofContinue reading “Assessment Method in Lesson Planning”

Sequenced Integration

Using the sequenced model, topics and units are taught independently, but they are arranged and sequenced to provide a framework for related concepts. This model views the curriculum through eyeglasses; the lenses are separate but connected by a common frame. Teachers arrange topics so that similar units coincide or articulate. For example, in a self-containedContinue reading “Sequenced Integration”

Nested Integration

Nested Integration Model Overview 3-D Glasses = multiple dimensions to one learning activity and/or unit. Clusters several skills and cross curricular competencies within a targeted single subject area and outcome. Nested integration takes advantage of natural combinations. It gives the curriculum a three-dimensional glass view, targeting multiple dimensions of a lesson. In this model integrationContinue reading “Nested Integration”

Connected Integration

The connected model is view of the curriculum through an opera glass. This model of the curriculum focuses on the details, subtleties, and interconnections within an individual discipline; providing a close-up, so to speak within one discipline. This model a simple form of integration, it is focuses on making connections within each subject area (i.e.,Continue reading “Connected Integration”

Integrating the Curriculum

The Fragmented Model The fragmented model is a traditional design of curriculum. This Model organize the curriculum in such a way that dictates and separate topics and courses into distinct disciplines. In this model, the curriculum is viewed through a periscope, offering one sighting at a time: one directed focus on a single discipline (subjectContinue reading “Integrating the Curriculum”