If so how can I access the whole lesson plan?
Most videos have "supporting materials" in the right-hand column of that same page. And many of those include related lesson plans, worksheets, or sometimes student work.
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There are not any lesson plans per se that would tell what you need for:
1) Essential question
2) Actiivating activity
3) Guided Practice
4) Independent Practice
6) Summary and reflection
But rather videos that give you a great framework in which to create your own lesson plans. The videos are generally 6 min long.
Thank you soo much Eric!
Thank you Candice!
When I typed "lesson plan" in the search box and clicked on the right hand side for related materials, one item was for the scholastiic, web site, and one was from a university textbook, that would probably come up anyway under Google if you type in "lesson plan" in that search engine. You can gain a great deal of information if you watch the videos and see how the teachers implement the lesson plans.
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