<%@ Language="VBScript" %> <% Option Explicit %> <% 'header must be included in file and file must be saved as filename.asp Randomize dim num, picNum, ArrPics ' array hold picture file names any number of pictures can be added - quotes around the file names and - separate pictures with a comma ' if picture was a gif the name would filename.gif if a jpg the name would filename.jpg ArrPics = Array("templates/images/image1.jpg","/templates/images/image2.jpg","/templates/images/image3.jpg","/templatess/images/image4.jpg","/templates/images/image5.jpg","/templates/images/image6.jpg","/templates/images/image7.jpg","/templates/images/image8.jpg","/templates/images/image9.jpg") 'picNum is one less then the number of pictures in tha array' picNum = 8 num = Round(Rnd*picNum) 'all other code besides line commented below can be changed %> Lesson Plan Format


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Objectives (P.A.S.S.):


  1. Introduction
  2. Instructional process
  3. Closure







  • You should make the topics fit your grade level in elementary or assigned math class in secondary level.
  • List the state competency for math at your level for which your plan is designed.
  • List specific objectives for which your lesson is designed.
  • List the materials you will use. Be specific by titles.
  • Describe the activities you will use.
  • Describe your assessment for mastery of the objectives you listed.
  • Describe modifications you will have to make for your specific class.
  • Teach the class and then write a reflection on your success or needed changes.

LESSON PLAN FORMAT -- Technical Details

  1. Objectives (specific/measurable) with reference to state competencies
  1. Instruction
    1. Introduction – This can be a time to grab students’ attention/motivation about the content OR build background information for new content or review previous information OR state the purpose for learning the concept.  
    2. Instructional process – The meat of the lesson that describes what the teacher and students will be doing/saying. (This is the portion of your lesson plan that should detail the technology you are using.)
    3. Closure – The ending of the lesson that could include question/answer of material covered, review from teacher, or student activity that helps with understanding of material.
  1. Assessment -- This will be the description of your pre/post-test.
  1. Modifications/Accommodations -- How to modify for ESL and special needs students.

      E .  Reflection -- What changes because of time constraints, student participation, or material could be done next time in this lesson? This also is where you will present your pre/post-test results and a reflection upon them.



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