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Three Different Lessons, Three Different Contents

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Research a variety of lesson plans online. Analyze three different plans for three different content areas and age levels (Preschool, PK, K, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade) using the rubric provided.
Recreate the online lesson plans filling in any gaps you found. Justify any changes you made and aspects that remained the same. Include the links to the original plans for your instructor's reference.
I am working on this assignment but I just need a place to start or like an outline to work from.

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Lesson plans:

1. http://www.discoveryeducation.com/teachers/free-lesson-plans/math-facts.cfm
Discovery education has multiple lesson plans in various contents. You can browse the sight and choose subjects that you are comfortable with.

Issue to change/add: Some of the lesson plans do not include technology. As you know, ...

Solution Summary

The expert researched several online lesson plans, analyze three different plans for three different content areas and age levels. The findings revealed that online lesson plans are filled with specific content knowledge, yet some teaching and learning gaps exists and must be filled in by the educator. The expert listed the reasons why each lesson plan may require the teacher to fill in the gaps. Links are also included to the original source for your reference.

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