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Collaborative Teaching Lesson Plan
Stage 1 - Desired Results

Established Goals:

The students will be able to learn the concepts of

  • Collaborative teaching and its models
  • The importance of collaborative teaching

The students will be able to apply the Models of Collaborative Teaching:

  • The Lead Teacher Model
  • Stations or Centers Model
  • Resource Services, or Alternative Collaborative Setting:
  • Team Teaching
  • Consultation Models

Understandings:

Students will understand that…

1. Collaboration means providing special education in regular education classrooms.

2.The Lead Teacher Model:

In classrooms with a lead teacher, often the regular classroom teacher delivers the instruction in the subject area. The special education teacher is an observer who works with children after instruction to provide specially designed instruction, ensure understanding, and to provide adaptations and modifications.

Stations or Centers

Each teacher is responsible for instruction in a specific area of the room. Students are assembled into groups that rotate through the centers for instruction. Special education teachers may deliver instruction in areas of their certifications and may also serve as support to other teachers without special education background.

Resource Services, or Alternative Collaborative Setting:

This involves pulling students with disabilities aside from the group or into a resource classroom where they work one-on-one or in small groups with a special education teacher and possibly with instructional assistants for part of the instructional day. Even when students are placed full time in special education classrooms, teachers may communicate with each other to ensure students' programs include appropriate instruction. Separate settings are typically used with students who have more significant need for direct instruction.

Team Teaching :

This involves both teachers simultaneously working together to teach a classroom of students. Either teacher who has the necessary background knowledge in the subject introduces new concepts and materials to the class. Both teachers work as a team to reinforce learning and provide assistance to students as needed. Special education teachers provide specially designed instruction to students with IEPs, and regular education teachers can assist with this as well.

Consultation Models of Collaboration:

A special education teacher may provide some instruction to students, but the majority of service is indirect. The special education teacher mostly provides guidance to the regular education teacher on how to modify instruction to meet the student's needs.

Essential Questions:
  1. What is Collaborative Teaching Approach?
  2. What are the features of teaming and collaboration?

Content Objectives Students will know

  • Collaboration approaches

The Lead Teacher Model:

  • Stations or Centers Models
  • Resource Services, or Alternative Collaborative Setting:
  • Team Teaching
  • Consultation Models

Skills Objectives Students will be able to

  1. To apply the different collaborative approach in teaching students with psychological, cognitive and learning disabilities.
  2. To develop teamwork through games and group activities.
Stage 2 - Assessment Evidence

Performance Tasks:

  • 'describe me'

Other Evidence:

  • Classroom Activities
  • Oral Participation
  • Quiz( film showing)
Stage 3 - Learning Plan

Learning Activities

DAY 2.

Introduction

  • Presentation of assignment
  • Overview of the topic
  1. First Activity: Describe me (E.U. 1 and 2)
    1. The class will be grouped into five. Each will be given art materials and the definition of models.
    2. Each group will be given assigned models which are The Lead Teacher Model, Stations or Centers Model,Resource Services, or Alternative Collaborative Setting, Team Teaching and Consultation Models respectively.
    3. They will be given 5 minutes to do their creative output which shows the content of their assigned.
    4. After which they will present it on class and explain their creative output.
  2. Class Discussion
  3. Quiz
  4. Synthesis

         


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