There are many versions of lesson plan templates available. This particular format is one that I have used multiple times and is one of the most commonly used by regular classroom teachers. However, the flaw with this template is that the “accommodations” piece is added at the end of the lesson-as if those kids are an afterthought. As a teacher, you know that ALL children learn differently. Making accommodations is the job of every teacher and does not apply to just children labeled as special ed. With that in mind, I encourage you to access more lesson plan templates in our section on “Planning for All Learners”.

Lesson Plan Title:

Lesson Topic/Concept:

Grade level:

Standards:

Objectives:

Time Allotment:

Materials:

Anticipatory Set:

Procedure:

Guided Practice:

Independent Practice:

Closure:

Assessment:

Accommodations:

Possible Extensions:


Lesson Plan Template printable version