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Practice What You PrTeach Lesson Plan

Lesson Title: 
Teacher(s):​​ Matthew Lee  Subject: Microbiology 
Lesson Objective: Students will gain an understand the basics of the human immune system. 
Students will be able to differentiate between different molecules responsible for the immune 
system. Students will be able to differentiate between adaptive and innate immunity.  
Essential Question: What is the difference between Innate and Adaptive immunity? What are 
the associated proteins and processes associated with immunity.  
Background Information  
Introduction: The immune system involves the response to foreign bodies known as antigens. 
The body responds through two different ways: innate and adaptive immunity. Mechanisms for 
these responses will be explained in depth, including associated proteins, and students will 
have a chance to review on their own.  
Technology Used (Teacher):  Technology Used (Student): 
Google Slides  Quizlett 
EdPuzzle  Edpuzzle 
Poll Everywhere  Online Jeopardy 
Jeopardy Online  Google Docs 
Materials:  SAMR Rating:  TPE Standard: 
Edpuzzle  Augmentation  1.4 Use a variety of instructional
Poll Everywhere  strategies to support access to
Online Jeopardy  curriculum.
Google Slides 
2.2 Promote productive student
learning and encourage positive
5.5 Use assessment information in
a timely manner.

LESSON PLAN – 5-E Model  

ENGAGE: Students will hear an overview of the topic through a powerpoint presentation. 
Teacher will explain verbally what the lesson will cover, and why it is important as it pertains 
to the larger concept of the human body.  
EXPLORE: Students will watch videos with embedded questions on EdPuzzle. Students will have 
a chance to review the material as much as they desire.  
EXPLAIN: Students will talk to one another and explain any confusing concepts they are able to, 
as well as articulate portions of the lesson they enjoyed.  
Vocabulary: Innate, adaptive, T cells, Helper T cells, B cells, TC cells, phagocytes, lymphocytes, 
phagolymphocytes, phagocytosis, perforins, granzymes, cytokines, plasma cells, memory cells, 
antibodies, antigens, MHC 1 and 2.  
ELABORATE: Students will vocalize the concepts to other students around the, and clarify 
anything that was confusing.  
Formative Monitoring (Questioning / Discussion): Discussion with other students.  
Summative Assessment (Quiz / Project / Report): Quiz embedded within video 
Jeopardy game testing their knowledge of the material.  
Differentiation/Support (ELL,SpEd,Gate/Honors): ELL and SpEd can take as long as they need 
with the videos, and can ask for support from teacher. Additionally, any confusing material will 
be reviewed by the head teacher. Those who who are Gate or Honors have the chance to work 
ahead and begin working on the Jeopardy game while the other students continue to work 
through the videos.  

Time  What Students Are Doing  What Teacher is Doing 

Listening and watching overview on 
6:00-6:05  Teaching through powerpoint 
Students are practicing learning terms  Teacher is walking around and helping 
and concepts through Edpuzzle pt 1  students 
Students talk and review with other 
6:15-6:20  Teacher is walking around helping 
Students show feedback for assignment  Teacher is facilitating Poll everywhere on 
on Poll everywhere  computer 
Students are watching, listening, and  Teacher is reviewing any confusing 
asking questions.   material with powerpoint. 
Students repeat same steps as above 
Teacher is walking around, helping if 
6:31-6:50  with pt 2 of video edpuzzle, review, 
students need help 
and poll everywhere. 
Students are reviewing with online 
6:50-7:15  Teacher is facilitating Jeopardy Game 
Jeopardy Game