Directions: You will create an interdisciplinary unit that appropriately relates

Directions: You will create an interdisciplinary unit that appropriately relates and integrates the subject matters with other disciplines, (FEAP (a)3.e.) i.e. mathematics, science, social studies, reading/language arts, and the fine arts. The unit will include 3 integrated lessons. Each lesson should integrate at least two subject areas. (FEAP (a) 1.c.)
1. You must identify a thematic area of interest to students that is part of your Florida Standards or Next Generation Sunshine State Standards. Some theme/topic ideas: a.
Appreciation of the Everglades
Freedoms in the United States
Global Warming
Author Study
Lesson Description: Identify content area, unit of study, grade level, learners’ needs, uniqueness of lesson, etc.
Standards: Identify ALL standards across ALL content areas and align instruction with state-adopted standards at the appropriate level of rigor; (FEAP (a) 1.a.)
Objectives: Identify ALL objectives across ALL content areas correctly sequenced. (FEAP (a) 1.b.)
Assessment: Select formative assessments appropriate to the age and developmental level of the prospective learners. Design and align three daily formative assessments (FEAP (a)1.d.) for each of the three lessons and an end of unit summative assessment that match learning objectives and lead to mastery. (FEAP (a) 1.c.) Each daily formative assessment and the end of the unit summative assessment should include multiple accommodations of testing conditions, learning styles, and/or varying levels of knowledge. A brief narrative should explain reasoning for each selection in accommodation. (FEAP (a) 4.d.)
Explain how multiple assessments and measures will help you diagnose students’ learning needs, inform instruction based on those needs, and drive the learning process. (FEAP (a) 4.a.)
Justify the selection of each assessment tool for the daily formative and end of unit summative assessment. Explain how you plan to use the assessments and the accommodated assessments to monitor progress, achievement, and learning gains of all students. (FEAP (a) 4.c.)
Discuss the formative and summative assessments, as well as the Anticipation Guide. Explain how a discussion with your colleagues in the K-12 setting would help you evaluate learning outcomes, adjust planning, and continuously improve the effectiveness of the lessons. (FEAP (a) 1.e.)
Explain how you would share the outcomes of the assessments with students and parents/caregivers. (FEAP (a) 4.e.)
Procedures: Provide a detailed chronological sequence of lesson, concepts, and activities (FEAP (a) 1.b.) for the interdisciplinary/thematic unit to ensure coherence and required prior knowledge. For at least one day’s learner activities, plan to use cooperative grouping to ensure learners demonstrate a variety of applicable skills and competencies.
(FEAP (a) 1.f.) a. In Cooperative Grouping, include a description of:
Rationale for establishing student groups. Be sure to address the needs of diverse learners
Identify roles of group members. Include a description of the roles and your plan to pro-actively review group skills and strategies BEFORE group work begins
Identify the product of the group and the way in which individual and group accountability will be monitored and documented. Include your plan to communicate this clearly to the groups
Incorporate at least three of the following research-based instructional strategies:
active learning, discussion, games/experiments/simulations, inquiry-guided
learning, interdisciplinary teaching, lecture, project-based learning, and critical thinking questioning
C.Sequence the lessons content and concepts in each subject area. Plan content presentation and learner activities to ensure coherence and required prior knowledge (FEAP (a) 1.b.)
Remediation: Identify specific materials and strategies
Accommodations: Identify ESOL, SPED, Gifted strategies
Include varied and multiple instructional strategies and resources to include appropriate technology to provide comprehensible instruction and to teach for student understanding (FEAP (a) 3.g.)
Use these links and attached documents to help complete the assignment

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