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Plans instruction based upon knowledge of subject matter, students, and curriculum goals. Candidate performance demonstrating the following capabilities informs this standard. 

 

The ability to:

  1. Plan for learning opportunities that recognize and address variation in developmental level, learning styles, performance modes, and individual needs.
  2. Develop daily, weekly, and long-range lesson plans that are linked to student needs and performance, and adapt them to ensure that the plans capitalize on student progress and motivation.
  3. Demonstrate originality in lesson development within the parameters of the existing school curriculum.
  4. Articulate lesson goals and provide educationally and ethically defensible rationales for those goals.
  5. Plan collaboratively with colleagues on curriculum goals and frameworks both for the classroom and for schools.

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Riverton Elementary - 4 & 5 grade

 

1. Plan for learning opportunities that recognize and address variation in developmental level, learning styles, performance modes, and individual needs.


2. Develop daily, weekly, and long-range lesson plans that are linked to student needs and performance, and adapt them to ensure that the plans capitalize on student progress and motivation.

 

4. Articulate lesson goals and provide educationally and ethically defensible rationales for those goals. 

 

There are many steps in this project. First students learn about Surrealism and ways a drawing becomes surreal. To begin the project students set the scene by creating a room. To bring dimension to bedroom students use one point perspective. The following week is making the room surreal by creating unusual objects such as: defying gravity, something melting, human feature, give life to object, creature coming out of walls and nature inside. Because perspective drawing is challenging, students have the second week to catch up on the room drawing and making the room surreal. The third week is to finalize room by creating color and black tracing. 

 

 

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Day One: Draw room using one point perspective 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Riverton Elementary - 2 & 3 grades

 

 

1. Plan for learning opportunities that recognize and address variation in developmental level, learning styles, performance modes, and individual needs

 

Students were introduced to the printing process. They used found objects to print their cityscape. The first week students printed various buildings, different size and shapes. The second week students printed buildings on grey paper for the third week collaging creating color. Students added more detail to the buildings in the foreground and less details to the buildings in the background. Students were encouraged to think of buildings in the city Portland. This project allowed students to simplify for better understanding. To improve students individual needs I demonstrated each step each class to show students the process. I also wrote steps up on the board. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Riverton Elementary  

K-1 

 

2. Develop daily, weekly, and long-range lesson plans that are linked to student needs and performance, and adapt them to ensure that the plans capitalize on student progress and motivation.

 

Students were introduced to tropical birds and their features and characteristics. This project was a three week project where studetns first draw birds from multiply bird references. Once students finsih drawing they create color and tropical plant life. If some students needed extra time, they could work on steps the following week. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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