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After reading Chapter 7 from Developing the Curriculum by Oliva & Gordon, please answer the following question: Explain how you would go about identifying needs in your school a

 

Directions: After reading Chapter 7 from Developing the Curriculum by Oliva & Gordon, please answer the following question:

  1. Explain how you would go about identifying needs in your school and society, and its relationship to curriculum needs assessment. Make sure you provide concrete examples and sources.

Directions: After reading Chapters 7 and 8 from Wiggins and McTighe:

  1. Use the GRASPS worksheet below to help you develop a more complete authentic task for your Stage 2.  Fill in the blanks for an authentic task that you can develop from the facets activity above. You do not have to fill in every blank, but use the stems to help you elaborate on the assessment. What is the goal of the assessment? What roles will the students play during the performance? Who is the audience for the results? What is the specific situation? What is the end product? Performance? What standards and criteria will be used to judge the success of the authentic performance?

G.R.A.S.P.S. (Grasps) Worksheet

Actions

  1. Go back to your lesson 1. Develop Stage 2 for your lesson unit. Make sure you include Stage 1 and Stage 2 together. Your GRASPS assignment (above) should help you develop the performance artifacts for your students. Do not forget to include the rubrics you will use to assess student's performance tasks and your GRASPS (designed above).
  • Do not forget to include the rubrics you will use to assess students' performance tasks
  • check comments about questions

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Journal 3

Latoria Johnson

EDG6250

Professor Iuspa

September 11, 2022

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Journal 3

Summary

A curriculum plan results from a "curriculum development" process, which entails

planning, executing, and assessing a set of educational materials. Actionable guidelines can be

derived from models, which are simply patterns. More time and effort can be saved, and more

can be accomplished if a model is used when creating courses. Curriculum development was

traditionally done linearly until Hilda Taba (1962) flipped the model on its head. She advocated

beginning with the planning of teaching-learning units rather than developing a comprehensive

plan for the school's program. This procedure resulted in the development of a generalized model

for curricular design. A curriculum planning model based on Elliott Eisner's (1991) systemic

view of education incorporates behavioral principles and aesthetic elements. According to

Eisner, five dimensions—intent, structure, curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment—need to be

pursued for the United States to have the schools it needs. When planning lessons, it's essential

to focus on concepts that matter, practical skills that will be useful in the real world, and

communication channels between students and instructors. This article discussed the

instructional strategies model developed by Taba, the humanistic model developed by Weinstein

and Fantini, and the systemic-aesthetic model developed by Eisner.

Reference

Lunenburg, F. C. (2011). Curriculum development: Inductive models. Schooling, 2(1), 1-8.

Retrieved from

http://www.nationalforum.com/Electronic%20Journal%20Volumes/Lunenburg,%20Fred

%20C.%20Curriculum%20Development-Inductive%20Models-

Schooling%20V2%20N1%202011.pdf

Flavia Iuspa
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The assignment required you to reserach an article for ONE of the models (inductive or deductive) of curriculum demonstrating the application in a classroom setting. This article only does not focus on either model.
Flavia Iuspa
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This article is about curriculum planning!

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Review of essential questions

Essential Question(s):

 Why are these events important  What effect did the Industrial Revolution have on people's sense of independence?  In what ways did the manufacturing of iron alter during the age of the factory?  Why did urban areas expand during and after the advent of industrialization?  How did the advent of the industrial age affect families in the working class?

Reviewed Questions

 Why are these events essential or not important? Explain?

In the first question, the rationale for change is to include the dilemma that these events may also

not be significant, prompting for and explaining the reasons behind the lack of importance.

 Explain the impacts of the industrial revolution on the people's sense of independence over the years?

The rationale behind this change is to make the need for a long and precise answer

 In what ways did the manufacturing of iron tools and equipment's alter the manufacturing during the age of the industrial revolution?

This question is essential as it goes down to one product and its impact on the period.

 Explain the reasons for urban and trade expansions after the industrial revolution?

This question is essential as more detail is needed to understand the impacts of industrialization.

 How did the advent of the industrial age affect families in the working class?

The last question is essential as it creates a dilemma and needs a more detailed answer to the

impacts of industrialization on the people.

Flavia Iuspa
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These two questions are similar. They may lead to the same answer.
Flavia Iuspa
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Flavia Iuspa
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which events are you referring to?
Flavia Iuspa
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No need to say Explain.
Flavia Iuspa
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I will probably focus on this question as this can include what other changes emerged.

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Topic: Industrialization

Grade Level: 8-10

Duration: 2 hrs.

Subject Area: History

Education Standards Addressed:

SS.8.A.4.6-Identify technological improvements (inventions/inventors) that contributed to industrial growth. SS.912.W.6.2-Summarize the social and economic effects of the Industrial Revolution. SS.912.A.3.2-Examine the social, political, and economic causes, course, and consequences of the second Industrial Revolution that began in..

Stage 1 – Desired Results

Established Goals: For students to understand the beginning and progress of the

Industrial Revolutions from past history to present day industries.

Understanding(s)/goals:

Students will understand that:

 Inventions made over the years  Development and trade resultant from

industrialization  Impact of governments to

industrialization  Progress made over the years  Difference in modern day processes in

comparison to past years industrialization inventions and equipment’s

Students will know:

 Key years of industrial revolution  Key inventions made  Key terms  Tools used  Progress made in the years before and

after the industrial revolution  Events that supersede the growth seen

today in industrial revolutions and tools

Essential Question(s):

 Why are these events important  What effect did the Industrial Revolution

have on people's sense of independence?  In what ways did the manufacturing of iron

alter during the age of the factory?  Why did urban areas expand during and

after the advent of industrialization?  How did the advent of the industrial age

affect families in the working class?

Reviewed Questions

 Why this events are important or not important, explain?

 Explain the impacts of industrial revolution on the people’s sense of independence over the years?

 Did the manufacturing of iron tools and equipment’s alter the manufacturing during the age of the industrial revolution, in what ways?

 Explain the reasons for urban and trade expansions after the industrial revolution?

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such as iron and steel and resultant impact in the span of the years.

 How did the advent of the industrial age affect families in the working class?

Student objectives (outcomes):

Students will be able to:

Compare: To compare tools and equipment used in the industrial revolution in

comparison to today’s equipment’s and determine the difference in progress made over the

years in over two past centuries

Apply: The grade 8 to 10 students will be able to apply the inventing ideology gained

from past history progresses to better their lives in professions they end up in in order to

continue the progress to always make work easier and improvements in investments. They will

appreciate the progress made over the years and learn on the use of tools and equipment’s at

their disposal.

Describe: describe processes involved in the industrial revolution and dictate the events

that supersede the process of industrialization.

The worldwide expansion of the economy is largely attributable to industrialization.

Performance is up, mass production is possible, and that has raised everyone's level of living.

Stage 2 – Assessment Evidence

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Performance Task(s):

Performance Task Criteria:

 In groups established by the teacher students will come up with a concept map of inventions made in the period of industrial revolution and processes involved.

 Students should mentions and list types of inventions made in the industrial revolution and products.

Other Evidence:

 Engage in history discussion of years after and the second revolution difference with the first.

 Reflect in what is learned previously on the progresses and inventions that led to the industrial revolutions.

Stage 3 – Learning Plan

Learning Activities:

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G.R.A.S.P.S.

A tool for designing authentic tasks

Goal:

· Your task is ___________________________________________

· The goal is to __________________________________________

· The problem or challenge is ________________________________

· The obstacles to overcome are ______________________________

Role:

· You are _____________________________________________

· You have been asked to __________________________________

· Your job is ___________________________________________

Audience:

· Your clients are _______________________________________

· The target audience is __________________________________

· You need to convince ___________________________________

Situation:

· The context you find yourself in is __________________________

· The challenge involves dealing with __________________________

Product, Performance and Purpose:

· You will create a _________________ in order to _____________

· You need to develop ______________ so that ________________

Standards and Criteria for Success:

· Your performance needs to _______________________________

· Your work will be judged by _______________________________

· Your product must meet the following standards _______________

· A successful result will __________________________________

,

Topic:

Grade Level:

Duration:

Subject Area:

Education Standards Addressed:

Stage 1 – Desired Results

Established Goals:

Understanding(s)/goals:

Students will understand that:

Students will know:

Essential Question(s):

Student objectives (outcomes):

Stage 2 – Assessment Evidence

Performance Task(s):

Performance Task Criteria:

Other Evidence:

Stage 3 – Learning Plan

Learning Activities:

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