Lesson Planning Guide Step 1 of 10 10% Lesson Name:*Type In The Name Of Your Lesson PlanSubject:*Type In Subject For ClassGrade:*Select Grade LevelK123456789101112Adult Overview of LessonOverview Of Content To Be Covered: The Basics (Standards) Intended Learning OutcomesMain Points That Students Should Take What characteristics of the content lend themselves to a natural learning experience for students?PhysicallySocially (Collaboratively)EmotionallyIntellectuallyAppealing To The SensesAction (Embodiment, Movement, Using Props Or Materials)Narrative (Linear, Circular, Drama, Patterns)Visualization (Illustration, Metaphor, Photography, Embodiment)Select One CharacteristicCharacteristicsWhat Is Total Commitment Learning? And How Are The Senses Involved In Learning? Learning ExperienceDescribe what the learning experience could be for students (being ready for it to be different than expected). What does the active learning experiences look like? Student GuidanceWhat instruction, guide, questions will you provide students? How will you guide students to have an active learning experience? EngagementWhat is your ENGAGE step of the lesson, where you introduce the topic, review prior knowledge and put students in the frame of mind and body for the learning experience? What is the ENGAGE part of a lesson? ExploreDescribe the transition into the EXPLORE part of the lesson, where students begin to OWN the learning experience. (The goal is to introduce the experience you had in mind, and “give” it to students and let them discover the knowledge and understanding of the content.) What is the EXPLORE part of a lesson? DemonstrationTo conclude the lesson, explain how students can demonstrate their learning. (With knowledge of how much guidance your class needs, provide a format that enables students to show what they have learned about the content.) What is the SHOW part of a lesson? Name* First Last Email*We will automatically send your lesson to your email address.