This is the lesson plan I learned in school so many years ago.
1) Essential question (writing is preferred) 3-5 min
2) Activating activity 8-10 min
3) Guided practice 10-15 min
4) Unguided practice 10-15 min
5) Assessment 5-6 min
6) Reflection 2-3 min
I have used it for the last 26 years. All I do is the activating activity and plan 2 activities for the class, and a short assessment which is usually MC or short answer.
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My best advice is to look at exemplars of great lessons that other teachers have created and then you can use the template to create your own. Here are a few awesome sites that have lessons that are aligned to the Common Core.
http://commoncore.americaachieves.org/ Register as a new user and you can view videos of master teachers teaching the Core, download editable lesson plans that are Common Core aligned, and view lists of reputable web sites that will help you align your practice to the Core.
http://www.sharemylesson.com/ There are close to 300,000 lessons on this site, and many are exemplar lessons for the Common Core.
http://udlexchange.cast.org/home This site has hundreds of lessons that are both Common Core aligned and designed using the principles of Universal Design for Learning, which allows all students to access rigorous curriculum.
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