Planning and preparing new experiences for individual infants, toddlers, and groups are the final key element of ongoing assessment. Using your anecdotal record and shared conclusion create a lesson plan that meets the needs of your observed child.
Part 1: Write the Lesson Plan
- On your own create a lesson plan that will support the needs of your student
- Begin by identifying his or her needs, reference to the NC Foundations of Early Learning and Development (NC FELD) https://ncchildcare.ncdhhs.gov/Portals/0/documents/pdf/N/NC_Foundations.pdf?ver=2017-05-16-105950-953 booklet for your goal (be sure to write the goal and developmental indicator continuum.
- Prerequisite Skills: What does the child need to know?
- Material: Name all material that will be used (please include any adaptive materials and assistive technology.)
- Activity format: individualized, center-based, small group, whole group (differentiated instruction), other.
- Adaptation for Diverse Learners: How will you adapt to this student need.
- Explanation of Activity: Explain the activity into details.
- Home or community: Give details of the activity that will be sent home with the family
Grading Criteria: The student will need to ensure that they have covered all of the information listed in the assignment.