Your goal is to describe how the concept(s) you will teach in this lesson fits within the greater body of knowledge of the content area as a whole. Explain the “fit” in your own words. “Scope” = major ideas, principles, structure, and/or organization of the discipline. You’re showing that you have a comprehensive understanding of the discipline/content area and you can explain how this lesson fits within the whole. Standards usually state the larger, overarching concepts in a discipline, so as you look at the standards, you’re looking for connections to your lesson. Do not copy/paste the standard(s) you find online into the box. Show your understanding by using your own words (based on what you read in the standards and what you know about this lesson) to explain how the lesson concepts fit into the whole/scope.
In preparing your answer, review the standards of your national professional organization, but do not copy/paste standards into this space. Explain the “fit” in your own words. “Scope”= major ideas, principles, structure, and/or organization of the discipline.
First, get online and study the national standards for the discipline/content area of this lesson (math, science, language arts, social studies, etc.). Don’t try to answer this question if you haven’t studied the national standards. Access to the national standards by content and grade level can be obtained through the following web site or do a Google search for the national
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