Teaching the Lesson: First read the material in Chapters 13, 14, & 15. You will have difficulty completing your lesson plan, conducting the teaching activity, and completing the report if you have not read this background information before you begin. Number and letter your written work as per the numbers/letters below. Upload your work saved as a word document or in Rich Text Form. 1. Lesson plan. Identify a specific topic or skill that you will teach to one or more students at a particular grade level. (Students currently enrolled in grades K–12 are preferable, but preschoolers and college students will do in a pinch.) Using one or more theories of learning, cognitive development, and/or motivation, develop a lesson plan for teaching this topic or skill. In your paper, describe: a. The topic or skill you will teach b. The age and grade level of the student(s) you will teach it to c. Your actual lesson plan for teaching the topic or skill, including objectives and materials. This should be an original lesson plan using an authentic activity that you create. Include a concept map for your lesson plan topic. d. A theoretical rationale for the instructional method(s) you will use, based on what you have learned about learning, cognitive development, motivation, and instructional strategies. This should reflect and integrate the reading in Chapter 12 on instructional strategies and earlier chapters on learning and motivation. Make sure you include why you chose that method for your particular lesson, based on the information in the text. e. The assessment method (Chapter 14) that you will use to determine whether your student(s) have learned successfully and why you chose that method. f. How will you choose to summarize the assessment, based on information in Chapter 15, and why? 2. Lesson report. Teach the topic or skill using the lesson plan you developed, and determine whether your student(s) learned successfully as a result. Your paper should: a. Describe the topic or skill you taught and the student(s) you taught it to. Also include the date, time, place, and describe the learning environment. b. Describe the steps that you followed as you taught it. c. Describe how your student(s) responded to the lesson. d. Present evidence that shows the extent to which your lesson was or was not effective, based on your assessment and assessment summary. e. Evaluate your success or failure on the basis of what you have learned about learning, cognitive development, and/or motivation. What would you do differently the next time you taught this particular topic? 3. Include APA style citations and references.