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As a teacher leader, you may find yourself in a professional learning committee (PLC) meeting, asked by colleagues to provide feedback or ideas on lesson planning. In this assignment, you locate and evaluate a lesson plan and then critically think about how the plan could be better developed to promote global learning experiences.
Locate a science kindergarten lesson plan online about weather. Be sure the lesson plan you use demonstrates the innovation of a global perspective and fosters an entrepreneurial skill among the students.
Consider the following videos in the Week 4 University Library Resources and reflect on the ways those teachers integrated global education:
“Teaching for Global Competence: Elementary School”
“Teaching for Global Competence: Secondary School”
Write a 700- to 1,050-word analysis (using Word) in which you do the following:
Summarize the objective of the lesson plan, including the grade level and content area.
Explain how the lesson plan promotes global learning.
Explain what changes you might prescribe to the lesson plan to make it more innovative.
Reference page including a minimum of three references that are cited throughout the analysis.
Submit both the lesson plan and your analysis.
Note from. your Faculty:
I expect you to use Word friendly documents. This is so I can use University tools to grade your assignments and give you strong and effective feedback.
I do not accept the following and the reason why:
pdf’s – this document cannot go through Grammarly.
Screenshots of any portion of the assignment – this document cannot go through SafeAssign or Grammarly.
Links to your assignment – this does not go through SafeAssign or Grammarly and quite often I cannot open the document
Google Doc – this does not go through SafeAssign or Grammarly and quite often I cannot open the document.
I look at SafeAssign checking for plagiarism. Although you need to use research and/or our weekly readings, your assignments also need to be your own thoughts and ideas supported by research and/or our weekly readings. You should try to keep the information you use from research and/or our weekly readings at approximately 20%. That is an approximation.
I use Grammarly to check for spelling, grammar, and word choice. Grammarly has a free app that you can download and use as well.
I look at APA format. That means that all assignments need to include:
Content of the assignment
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