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Thematic Unit Scoring Rubric Small Group Activity (Lesson Plans) (5) Lessons @ 25 Points Each
SLO #1: Apply an understanding of children's learning and development, and knowledge of key content to design and evaluate curriculum. SLO #3: Design play-based curriculum for young children to support learning using developmental, inclusive, and anti-bias principles. Meets Expectations Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations with a Few Minor Revisions Needed 3 4 5 Activity addresses the specific curriculum area for that lesson. Activity may need minor revisions to be more developmentally appropriate, engaging, teacher facilitated or fun. Activity addresses the specific curriculum area for that lesson. Activity is developmentally appropriate, engaging and fun. Activity is teacher facilitated. Activity addresses the specific curriculum area for that lesson. Activity is developmentally appropriate, engaging and fun. Activity is teacher facilitated. Activity provides engaging sensory experiences. Activity provides a creative, open-ended way of meeting the required objectives. Student provides three objectives. Objectives relate to the curriculum area. Objectives are specific, clearly stated, are measurable and are developmentally appropriate. Student identifies the DRDP Measure(s) and Developmental Level that corresponds to each objective.

Curriculum Area:

Major Revisions Needed

SCORE:

1 or 2 Choice of Activity (5 Pts) Activity may not address the specific curriculum area being addressed in the lesson. Activity selected may not be developmentally appropriate or engaging. Activity may be more teacher-directed than facilitated. Activity may not be fun. Student may not provide three objectives. Objectives may not relate to curriculum area for that lesson Objectives may be vague or too wordy. Objectives may not be measurable or developmentally appropriate.

Learning Objectives (10 Pts)

Student provides three objectives; however, the objectives may need one or two minor revisions in wording to make them more specific, measurable or developmentally appropriate. Objectives relate to the curriculum area for that lesson

Student provides three objectives Objectives relate to the curriculum area for that lesson Objectives are specific, clearly stated, are measurable and are developmentally appropriate.

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2 Thematic Unit Scoring Rubric Small Group Activity (Lesson Plans) - (5) Lessons @ 25 Points Each
Curriculum Area: Major Revisions Needed Meets Expectations with a Few Minor Revisions Needed 3 Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations SCORE: 4 5

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Procedures (10 Pts)

Procedures are lacking in detail. It is unclear to the reader what specific steps must be taken to complete the activity. Student has not addressed at least half of the prompt questions Student does not provide examples of open ended questions meant to engage and scaffold the children towards the achievement of each of the three objectives. No transition activity is provided.

Procedures are detailed; however, they may need to be more specific so that it is clear to the reader what specific steps must be taken to complete the activity. Procedures show that the student has incorporated at least half of the prompt questions; however, addressing more of the questions would increase the inclusiveness of the activity and the liklihood that the children would find it more engaging. Student provides examples of open ended questions to engage and scaffold the children; however, it may be unclear what steps the student will take (what he/she will be saying, doing, pointing out) to support each child towards the accomplishment of each objective. Procedures include a transition activity; however, it may need to be revised to be more creative, engaging or theme-related.

Procedures are detailed and it is clear to the reader what specific steps must be taken to complete the activity. Procedures show that the student has incorporated at least two-thirds of the prompt questions. It is clear what steps the student will take to scaffold/engage the children (what he/she will be saying, doing, pointing out to the children) and to support each child towards the accomplishment of each objective. Procedures include a creative, engaging themerelated transition activity.

Procedures are detailed and it is clear to the reader what specific steps must be taken to complete the activity. Procedures show that the student has incorporated all of the provided prompt questions as well as some of their own. It is clear what steps the student will take (what he/she will be saying, doing, pointing out to the children) to support each child towards the accomplishment of each objective. Procedures include a creative, engaging themerelated transition activity. Student provides three ways in which they will provide opportunities for the children to reflect back on this activity and integrate what they have learned from this activity with other theme related learning opportunities.

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