Lesson Plan

Mississippi Occupational Diploma

Career Preparation/Special Education/Eleventh Grade

Standards:

Item
Code 11C22 Content Standard F. Meeting Demands for Quality Work

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, & 8

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, & 4

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To identify ways to learn new skills.

Skills: To read about learning new skills, define new terms, complete lesson review, complete activity
sheet.

Procedure: The students will define new terms and the teacher will introduce the objectives.

Anticipatory
Sets: The students will read about learning new skills and the teacher will
give explanations.

Modeling: The teacher will read the passages from the textbook and then provide examples.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will read the passages from the text with the students
aloud.

Independent
Practice: The students will complete a worksheet pertaining to learning new
skills.

Check
for Understanding: Oral quiz.

Closure:
Students will share what they learned.

Technology: Electronic dictionaries.

Intervention: One on One instruction as needed.

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the lesson review questions
and the worksheet. The teacher will re-teach for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C24 Content Standard B. Acceptable Work Performance

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, & 10

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To describe what raises are; to identify things a worker can do to earn a raise.

Skills: To read about obtaining a raise, define new words, complete lesson review and worksheet,
view video.

Procedure: Students will create a bubble map (graphic organizer) using the word “raise.”

Anticipatory
Sets: The students will read about raises and the teacher will give discuss
how to earn a raise with the students.

Modeling:
The teacher will provide examples on how to earn a raise. She will also explain
how to ask for a raise.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will discuss the passages from the textbook with the
students and guide them in locating the answers.

Independent
Practice: Students will complete a worksheet on how to ask for a raise.

Check
for Understanding: Review students’ work samples.

Technology: Video on obtaining a raise.

Intervention:
Re-teach for lower achievers.

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the lesson review questions
and the worksheet. The teacher will re-teach for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C24 Content Standard B. Acceptable Work Performance

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, & 9

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4 & 6

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To describe what promotions are; to identify things a worker can do to earn a promotion.

Skills: The students will read about promotions, complete an activity sheet and complete lesson
review questions at the end of each lesson.

Procedure: The students will complete a KWL Chart about promotions. They will explain what they know
about promotions, what the want to learn about promotions, and at the end of the lesson they will write what they learned
about promotions.

Anticipatory
Sets: The teacher will introduce the objective and display the new terms. The
students will read and discuss promotions.

Modeling: The teacher will give examples of how to earn a promotion.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will read passages with students about obtaining promotions.

Independent
Practice: The students will complete the lesson review questions and an activity
sheet about seeking promotions.

Check
for Understanding: Oral responses; work samples.

Closure:
Summary of the lesson.

Technology: Video on promotions...

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the lesson review questions
and the activity sheet. The teacher will re-teach for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C24 Content Standard B. Acceptable Work Performance

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To define layoffs and explain why they occur.

Skills: The students will define new words, read the passages from the textbook and complete the
lesson review.

Procedure: The teacher will give directions and allow students to explain what they think a layoff
is.

Anticipatory Sets: Students will read about layoffs.

Modeling: The teacher will provide examples of how to cope with a layoff.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will allow the students to work in groups as they complete
the lesson review questions.

Independent
Practice: The students will complete an activity sheet on dealing with layoffs.

Checking
for Understanding: Oral responses.

Closure: Students will share answers from the exercises.

Technology: Overhead projector.

Intervention: Peer pairing; grouping.

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the lesson review questions
and the worksheet. The teacher will re-teach for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C24 Content Standard B. Acceptable Work Performance

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, & 9

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, & 6

Special Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To describe ways an unemployed worker can find a new job.

Skills: The students will read about finding jobs, complete the lesson review questions, and complete
an activity sheet.

Procedure: The teacher will introduce the objectives. The students write about how they would go about
finding a job.

Anticipatory
Sets: The students will read about ways to find a new job in their textbook.

Modeling: The teacher will read passages from the chapter and allow the students to practice reading
with understanding.

Guided
Practice: The students will complete the lesson review with assistance from
the teacher.

Independent
Practice: The students will complete an activity sheet.

Checking
for Understanding: Oral quiz on finding jobs.

Closure: Questions/Answers review.

Technology: Electronic dictionaries.

Interventions: Re-teach.

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the lesson review questions
and on the worksheet. The teacher will re-teach for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C24 Content Standard B. Acceptable Work Performance

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, & 6

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective:
To define performance assessment; to describe what raises are; to describe
what promotions are; to define layoffs; to describe ways an unemployed worker can find a new job.

Skills: Take a chapter test.

Procedure: The teacher will review with the students.

Anticipatory
Sets: The teacher will give test directions. The students will take the test.

Modeling: The teacher will display new words on the board and give their definitions.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will review the test with the students and read the test
instructions.

Independent
Practice: The students will take a test on the chapter.

Checking
for Understanding: The students will be given a test.

Closure: Discussion of new terms.

Technology: Electronic dictionaries.

Intervention: Extra time to complete the test; re-test

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the test. The teacher will
re-teach and allow for the students to re-take the test for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C23 Content Standard K. Community-Based Instruction

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, & 6

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To describe sources of information about colleges; to identify facts needed about a college
before choosing to apply to it; to describe useful activities for a college visit; to practice answering questions that might
be asked in an admissions interview.

Skills:
The students will read about how to select a postsecondary setting, define
new vocabulary words, complete the lesson review, read about colleges in a College Planner magazine, and complete a worksheet.

Procedure: The teacher will introduce the objectives. The students will answer questions pertaining
to colleges.

Anticipatory
Sets: The students will read about how to select a postsecondary setting and
answer the questions at the end of the lesson. They will read about colleges.

Modeling: The teacher will display new words and give definitions. She will read passages from the
textbook.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will allow students to complete the lesson review questions
while cueing them in locating the answers. They will use questions/answer/responses (QAR) strategies. Students will get into
groups and read about different colleges in a magazine.

Independent
Practice: The students will complete a worksheet pertaining to postsecondary
schools.

Checking
for understanding: Oral responses.

Closure: Summary of the lesson.

Technology: Transparencies from overhead projector.

Intervention: One on one instruction.

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the lesson review questions
and on the worksheet. The teacher will re-teach for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C23 Content Standard K. Community-Based Instruction

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, & 10

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To describe information required on a college application; to explain what is shown on
a high school transcript; to describe the purposes of a college application essay.

Skills: Students will read about how to apply to postsecondary schools, complete the lesson review
questions, complete a worksheet, and read about colleges in the magazine, Mississippi Next: A Guide to Life after High School.
They will complete a college application.

Procedures: The teacher will present the objectives and allow time for students to complete a graphic
organizer involving the terms, transcript and recommendation.

Anticipatory
Set: The teacher will explain the terms common application, transcript, and
recommendation. The students will read about how to complete the enrollment process in the postsecondary setting.

Modeling: The teacher will demonstrate how to fill out a college application.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will allow students to complete the lesson review questions
at the end of the unit and provide input and cue the students in locating answers. The students will get into groups and discuss
the colleges found in the magazine.

Independent
Practice: Students will complete an Application Checklist activity sheet and
complete a College Admission Application.

Checking
for Understanding: Observations;
oral responses.

Closure: Discussion of the lesson.

Technology:
Electronic dictionaries.

Interventions: Tutoring.

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the lesson review questions
and the worksheet. The teacher will re-teach for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C23 Content Standard K. Community-Based Instruction

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, & 8

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, & 4

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To explain the purpose of a pre-college preparatory program; to list possible services
offered to students with disabilities; to describe the function of an academic advisor and a college resource center.

Skills: The students will define terms, read passages from the textbook, complete an activity sheet,
and complete the lesson review questions.

Procedures: The teacher will present the objectives and the students will write three support services
provided by their school, such as counseling or tutoring.

Anticipatory
Set: The students will read about how to find out about special services from
their textbooks.

Modeling: The teacher will read excerpts from the text and emphasize meaning of unfamiliar words
while allowing the students to take notes.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will read aloud with the students and cue them in locating
answers to the lesson review questions.

Independent
Practice: Students will complete the lesson review questions and an activity
sheet pertaining to researching special services.

Check
for Understanding: The students will give oral feedback.

Closure: Summary of the lesson.

Evaluation: Students’ work samples; observation.

Technology: Electronic dictionaries.

Interventions: Allow extra time to complete assignments.

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 75 or above on the lesson review questions
and the worksheet. The teacher will re-teach for scores that are below 75.

Lesson Plan

Standards:

Item
Code 11C15 Content Standard C. Ability/Interest

INTASC
Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, & 10

NCATE
Standards 1, 2, 3, & 4

Special
Education Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Special
Education Competencies Vocational Skills & Writing

Objective: To identify occupations based on abilities and interests.

Skills: The students will research occupations of their choice and complete a career report on
that occupation.

Anticipatory
Set: The teacher will introduce the objective and explain the directions for
the career report.

Modeling:
The teacher will ask questions and elicit discussions on careers.

Guided
Practice: The teacher will assist the students in researching data pertaining
to the career of their choice.

Independent
Practice: The students will complete the career report.

Check
for Understanding: Career report work samples.

Closure: Summary of the lesson.

Technology: Computers.

Interventions: One on one instruction.

Assessment
Rubric: The students will score a 70 or above on the career reports. The teacher
will re-teach for scores that are below 70.