Collaborative Script This semester you and your content area design team will be investigating various models of teaching and developing lesson plans illustrating each of the models. Early in the semester, you and your team will create an instructional unit that is broad and rich enough to develop a variety of lesson plans illustrating the various models of teaching over the course of the semester. The content of your team’s instructional unit will be the starting point for the weekly lesson plans. Since you will be determining the most appropriate content in the unit to illustrate each teaching model, your lesson plans do not need to be sequenced in any particular order. And, if your team is interdisciplinary, you will want to ensure that each content area is acknowledged and create at least one lesson plan in each team member’s content area over the course of the semester. For example, if your interdisciplinary team consists of social studies, music, and language arts, your team will want to develop a lesson plan that emphasizes each of the content areas, such as one week developing a lesson plan specifically on language arts, another week developing a lesson plan specifically on music, and another week developing a plan focusing on language arts.
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Sample 11-day “Unit” Part 1: Introductory Activities Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Part 2: Major “Content” of the Work being Studied Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Part 3: Concluding Activities & Final Assessment Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessments Presentation of Projects and/or Exam
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Sample 11-day “Unit” Part 1: Introductory Activities Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessment s Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessment s Part 2: Major “Content” of the Work being Studied Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessment s Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessment s Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessment s Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessment s Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessment s Daily Lesson: Goals, Strategies, Assessment s Part 3: Concluding Activities & Final Assessment Daily Daily Lesson: Lesson: Goals, Goals, Strategies, Strategies, Assessment Assessment s s Presentation of Projects and/or Exam
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Bewildering Complexity: Need for Simplification • Wide variety of annuity options • Plethora of retirement plans: – traditional defined benefit plans, cash balance plans, money purchase pension plans, target benefit plans, profit-sharing plans, stock bonus plans, employee stock ownership plans (“ESOPs”), SIMPLE plans, SEPs, IRAs, and Roth IRAs – Every one of these plans has a different set of rules and regulations and limits 13
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Study Question 2: What types of plans do managers use?  Strategic and operational plans – Strategic plans — set broad, comprehensive, and longer-term action directions for the entire organization. – Operational plans — define what needs to be done in specific areas to implement strategic plans. • • • • • Production plans Financial plans Facilities plans Marketing plans Human resource plans Management 8/e - Chapter 8 7
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2.2 Strategy Implementation ณณณณณณ • What are your key shortand longer-term action plans? • How do you deploy your action plans? • How do you ensure that financial and other resources are available to support the achievement of your action plans while you meet current obligations? • What are your key workforce plans to support your short- and 03/17/2019 longer-term strategic ณณณณณณ ณณณณณณณณ ณณณณณณ ณณณ ณณณ ณณณ ณณณณณณณ ณณณณณณ ณณณ ณณณณณณณ ณณณณณณ ณณณ ณณณณณณณณณณณณณณณณณ ณณณณณณณ ณณณณณณณ ณณณณณณณณณณ ณณณ • How do you establish and implement modified action plans if circumstances require a shift in plans and rapid execution of new plans? • What key performance measures or indicators do you use to track the achievement and effectiveness of your action plans? • For these key performance measures or indicators, what are your performance projections for 23 your short- and
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More on Agile UP • UP is both iterative and evolutionary. • Requirements and Designs are not completed before implementation. • Requirements and Design are refined through the iterations based on feedback. • No detailed plans here; No fine-grained plans here. • Iteration plans are only planned one iteration in advance due to the need for feedback on the previous iteration. • Overall plans are called Phase Plans or Evolution Plans. Detailed plans are the iteration plans.
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Takeaway 2: Types Plans Used by Managers Place Slide Title TextofHere • Tactical plan – helps to implement all or parts of the strategic plan • Functional plans – indicate how different operations within the organization will help accomplish the overall strategy • • • • • • Production plans Financial plans Facilities plans Logistics plans Marketing plans Human resource plans ©2013 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. 8-14
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