Designing lesson plan | Education homework help


Content Expectations:

  • Identification (1 point): Describe what including self-determination skills into lesson plans means to you.
  • Value (1 point): Discuss the value of working with regular education teachers in creating lesson plans that support self-determination skills for special education students.
  • Reflection (1.25 points): Reflect about the process of creating lesson plans. (i.e. what do you find most challenging? What do you find most rewarding? How have you overcome any challenges?)

Written Communication Expectations:

  • Length Requirement (0.25 points): Two to three paragraphs not including the title and references pages.
  • Syntax and Mechanics (0.25 points): Display meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar.
  • APA Formatting (0.25 points): Use APA 6th edition formatting consistently throughout the assignment.



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Bremer, C. D., Kachgal, M., & Schoeller, K. (2003). Self-determination: Supporting successful transition (Links to an external site.). Research to Practice Brief: Improving Secondary Education and Transition Services Through Research, 2(1). Retrieved from


Figure 8. Steps for lesson planning. This visual provide the cyclical steps in creating a lesson plan. Source: (Links to an external site.)

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