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Developing a Focus
Determining What Students Need to Know Part 1 2:06
Determining What Students Need to Know Part 2 1:32
Identifying Students' Needs 4:03
Defining Objectives From Standards 4:24
Identify Activity or Project Specifics
Procedural Knowledge vs Declarative Knowledge 2:07
Blending in Vocabulary 6:50
Selecting Best Instructional Strategies 3:25
Locating Instructional Resources
Collecting Materials and Supplies 7:01
Using Instructional Resources 5:10
Blending in Technology 2:39
Developing the Unit
Pacing of the Unit 2:34
Unit Plan Examples 2:21
Working in Formative Assessments 3:10
Developing Common Summative Assessments 1:31
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Learn how to best plan for, organize, and deliver lesson units.
2 Find strategies for how to best pace a lesson and its corresponding activities.
3 Discover how to immediately implement these strategies into your classroom.
In this Learning Pack, discover how a unit plan differs from a curriculum plan. Learn how to plan a focus, align vocabulary and resources, and differentiate material. Find out how declarative and procedural knowledge differ, and what the right balance is for the art room. Finally, explore assessment options and how to best incorporate them throughout your lessons. Explore all the components of a unit plan in-depth!
AOE Writer and Elementary Art Teacher
Lindsey Moss is an elementary art teacher in Yorkville, Illinois. She enjoys art history and finding creative and artistic solutions to educational challenges.