Creating Dynamic Lessons/Introduction

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Lesson Introduction

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What is the point of this lesson?
Learners will use online tools to be able to design a dynamic, standards-oriented digital unit. The result will be a unit that contains online instruction, online practice, and online assessment.

If you complete this lesson, what will you be able to do?

o Learner will create a written, digital lesson that includes all of the elements from the checklist assessment.
o Learners will be able to locate online resources for dynamic, digital lesson introductions.
o Learners will be able to design a lesson that contains an attention-grabbing introduction for the learner.
o Learners will be able to design a lesson that contains a portion of the lesson where students can digitally practice what they know and receive feedback.
o Learners will be able to implement checklist assessments into a lesson.


At the end of this lesson, you will use this checklist to assess your lessons and other people's lessons.

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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Now, onto the "meat and potatoes" of the lesson!

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