What will students learn and be able to do as a result of this lesson?
Is the description clear and concise? Does it communicate skills, competencies, and expectations in a way that is understandable to students, parents, and administrators? Is there evidence of appropriate rigor in the lesson?
What is the purpose of this lesson?
Why is this important? What specific skills and understandings does it provide?
How does the lesson fit into the overall curriculum for this course?
What teacher resources (resource books, textbooks, supplementary materials, websites, instruments etc.) are needed to support this plan?
What student resources (technology, recorders, instruments, etc.) are needed to support this plan?
How will you assess student learning? Attach a copy of the grading tool or rubric that will be used to evaluate student understanding of the objective.
Include multiple levels of knowledge moving students towards higher and deeper levels of thinking - strategic and extending thinking.
What instructional processes, instructional strategies, and instructional tasks will you use to meet the objectives and goals of this plan?
How will you differentiate instruction and assessment?
What essential music vocabulary words will students learn and use during this lesson?
Include any specific information that your school district has defined as an educational priority.