For this Work Product Assessment, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to evaluate and select lessons, activities, and resources for effective instruction in the health, social studies, and the arts. Additionally, you will plan, implement, and reflect on a preschool lesson that integrates social studies and the arts.
Professional Skill: Written Communication, Critical Thinking and Information Literacy are assessed in this Competency. You are strongly encouraged to use the Academic Writing Expectations Checklist when completing this Assessment.
Your response to this Assessment should:
- Reflect the criteria provided in the Rubric.
- Adhere to the required length.
- To begin this Assessment, read the Case Scenarios, noting the diversity of the children in each setting. For example, children with emotional and learning challenges, physical disabilities, English language learners, and children from various economic backgrounds (including children of poverty, as defined by the federal free/reduced lunch program). After reading the scenarios and identifying the needs within each preschool class, complete Parts I and II.