Creating Dynamic Lessons/Assessment

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Attention-getter? Check.
Introduction? Check.
Lesson Content? Check.
Lesson Practice? Check.
Assessment? CheckLIST.

You are almost done learning about dynamic lessons, but first, it's time for you to figure out checklists!
Assignment
You can preview the checklist for this lesson below. Click the Discuss tab at the top of the figure to learn how to use the checklist.

Directions:Check the box that contains the answer to your question.

Question Yes No Score
1. Did you include an attention-getter in your lesson? 1 0
2. Did you introduce your lesson and its main goals after the attention-getter? 1 0
3. After the introduction, did you include the instructional phase of your lesson that teaches the lesson's main goals? 1 0
4. Did you include some examples in the instruction? 1 0
5. After the lesson's instruction, did you offer some methods for the student to practice the lesson's goals? 1 0
6. At the end of the lesson, did you include an assessment to check your student's learning? 1 0
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