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9 Step Lesson Plan based on Robert Gagnes Conditions of Learning The 9 Step lesson Plan is based on shows Robert

Gagne's events of instruction. Gagne believed that these events provide the necessary conditions for learning and serve as the basis for designing instruction. The table below shows Robert Gagne's events of instruction and an example lesson that follows it. Example Lesson: Be Inspired Using Kidspiration Objective: Students will create a compare and contrast diagram using Kidspiration software. Grade: 2 Event of Instruction 1. Gaining Attention Lesson Example Teacher tells learners how she has used Kidspiration in the classroom. Shows an example diagram made using Kidspiration on projection screen/TV monitor. Asks learners questions about diagramming. Teacher says, "Today I am going to show you how to use a multimedia presentation software called Kidspiration." For this particular group of learners, they have learned previously about Mind Mapping and Schemata. Teacher associates this knowledge with lesson at hand. Teacher gives students step-by-step tutorial on using Kidspiration. (My eCoach Kidspiration Guide) and has installed Kidspiration software on their computers. Teacher demonstrates how to create a diagram on the Rationale Giving background information creates validity. The use of multimedia grabs the audience's attention. Asking questions in the beginning creates an interactive atmosphere. Making learners aware of what to expect allows them to prepare to receive information. When learning something new, accessing prior knowledge is a major factor in the process of acquiring new information. The goal is information acquisition, therefore, the stimulus employed is written content and the actual software program. Learners are allowed to try the tools

2. Informing the Learner of the Objective

3. Stimulating Recall of Prior Learning

4. Presenting the Stimulus

5. Providing Learner Guidance

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6. Eliciting Performance

7. Giving Feedback 8. Assessing Performance

9. Enhancing Retention and Transfer

video projection screen/TV demonstrated in monitor. Teacher shows partners on their students how to use computers. Kidspiration tools to type in Teacher uses text, add links, add "discovery learning" symbols, use sounds, etc. because learners are adults and it gives them the freedom to explore. Teacher facilitates the learning process by giving hints and cues when needed. Since the audience are teachers with some basic level of technology skills and the software program is easy to follow and understand, guidance is minimal. Teacher asks students to Requiring the learner to demonstrate Kidspiration produce based on what tools. has been taught enables the learner to confirm their learning. Teacher gives immediate Regular feedback feedback to learners after enhances learning. eliciting responses. Assign a practice activity - Independent practice Create a diagram that forces students to use focuses on Farm Animals. what they learned and Teacher checks work. apply it. Assessing such gives instructors a means of testing student learning outcomes. Teacher asks learners to Applying learning in create activities using real-life situations is a Kidspiration for 2nd grade step towards Mastery students. Learning. Teacher also charges learner with teaching another learner how to use Kidspiration.

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Event of Instruction 1. Gaining Attention

Lesson Example

Rationale

2. Informing the Learner of the Objective

3. Stimulating Recall of Prior Learning

4. Presenting the Stimulus

5. Providing Learner Guidance

Created by Leilani Carbonell Pedroni 2003-2005 Permission for teachers, university students, and K-12 students to duplicate and use

6. Eliciting Performance

7. Giving Feedback

8. Assessing Performance

9. Enhancing Retention and Transfer

Created by Leilani Carbonell Pedroni 2003-2005 Permission for teachers, university students, and K-12 students to duplicate and use