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May 12, 2023

Part I: Instructional Plan (The provided template must be used).


Template: Plan must be structured using the provided easy-to-read template. Plan should not be in essay format.
Lesson Overview: Include the subject, age/grade level (e.g., P-12, post-secondary, adults, etc.) and duration of lesson. Lesson should be between 30 and no more than 90 minutes in length.
Standard(s): For P-12th grades, include the content specific standard from your state or the Common Core. For adult learners, include organizational or professional standards or program-specific standards.
Objective(s): Include no more than two specific, measurable, student-centered objectives that align with your standard(s).
Learning Stages: Label each of the seven stages of brain-based planning. Include the equivalent stages of Gradual Release of Responsibility (GRR) as a cross-reference (i.e., Stage 2: Preparation /Anticipatory Set). All stages of GRR should be represented within the seven brain-based stages.
Lesson Examples/Illustrations: Describe specific instruction, modeling, learner activities, and assessments corresponding to each learning stage.

Part II: Reflection (Added to the bottom of the template following Part 1).

Share what critical questions you asked yourself as you planned learning with the brain in mind.
Describe how brain research-based strategies support teaching, learning, and quality curriculum and instructional design.
Discuss what elements of your instructional plan serve as a means of motivation for learners.
Discuss ways are learners engaged in their learning as opposed to passively participating.
Describe how the learning environment supports brain research-based learning that is non-threatening, structured, but respectful of each learner’s unique nature, needs, and experiences.

Written Communication
Length Requirement: Three to four pages not including the title and references pages.
Syntax and Mechanics: Display meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar.
Source Requirement: Utilize at least two scholarly resources and the Jensen (2008) textbook. All sources on the references page need to be used and cited correctly within the body of the assignment.
APA Formatting: Use APA formatting consistently throughout the assignment. Refer to the Writing Center

Links to an external site. for assistance with APA style and formatting.

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