Focused Lesson Rubric

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Standard(s) & Objective(s) Lesson design clearly meets the IL State Standards and Objectives for the Focus skill. Lesson design somewhat meets the IL State Standards and Objectives for the Focus skill. Lesson design does not clearly meet the IL State Standards and Objectives for the Focus skill. Lesson design not meets the IL State Standards and Objectives for the Focus skill whatsoever.
Higher Level Thinking Skills Lesson design provides students a myriad of opportunities to use higher level thinking skills. Lesson design provides students with opportunities to use higher level thinking skills. Lesson design provides students an opportunity to use higher level thinking skills. Lesson design does not provide students with opportunities to use higher level thinking skills.
Differentiation Lesson design provides several tiered activities and assignments meeting students at their levels. Lesson design provides tiered activities and assignments meeting students at their levels. Lesson design provides minimal tiered activities and assignments meeting students at their levels. Lesson design does not provide tiered activities and assignments meeting students at their levels.
Meeting ELL Needs Lesson design provides explicit instruction, visuals, quality group work, and sheltered support to meet ELL needs. Lesson design provides some explicit instruction, visuals, quality group work, and sheltered support to meet ELL needs. Lesson design provides minimal explicit instruction, visuals, quality group work, or sheltered support to meet ELL needs. Lesson design does not provide explicit instruciton, visuals, quality group work, or sheltered support to meet ELL needs.
Formative or Summative Assessment The Assessment provides students with plenty of sufficient opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of the objectives. The Assessment provides students with some opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of the objectives. The Assessment provides students with minimal opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of the objectives. The Assessment does not provide students with sufficient opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of the objectives.

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