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What do assessment-focused lesson plans look like?




What do assessment-focused lesson plans look like?

The following two lesson plans were developed by teachers who incorporated the basic concept of assessment-focused planning; they began with a very clear idea of what they wanted their students to demonstrate. The first is a team-teaching effort that brought together a variety of disciplines to create a multimedia project. The second was created as a response to a shift in objectives on a state mastery test.

Middle-School Students Elementary-School Students
Team Teaching: History, Writing, and Computer Skills Expository Writing and Historical Research


You can learn how assessment-focused lesson plans are developed in the "Exploration" section. Then, in the "Implementation" section, you can create your own plans.





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