Sec. 20800.1 - Lesson Plan
§ 20800.1. Lesson Plan
A lesson plan shall meet the following requirements:
(a) The lesson plan shall be based on the laws of California concerning the functions and duties of a notary public.
(b) The lesson plan shall contain a table of contents and the pages of the lesson plan shall be consecutively numbered.
(c) The lesson plan shall be in sufficient detail to enable the Secretary of State to evaluate the specific information to be presented and to determine the accuracy of the information to be presented.
(d) The lesson plan shall contain the procedures to establish the identity of a person attending a course of study to whom proof of completion may be issued in accordance with Section 20800.5 and ensure that the information contained in the certificate of completion pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 20800.5 cannot be viewed by any person other than the approved vendor issuing the certificate, an employee, agent, instructor, contractor, or subcontractor of the approved vendor issuing the certificate, or the notary public applicant or notary public named in the certificate.
(e) The lesson plan shall contain the procedures to ensure that a person attending a course of study is present for the required time.
(f) The lesson plan shall include a schedule of the time allotted for the following:
(1) Lunch and break periods;
(2) Each major subject area;
(3) Each audio visual aid to be used, if any;
(4) Each student participation activity, if any; and
(5) Completion, correction, and discussion of any tests used and the method of correction to be used, if any.
(g) The lesson plan shall reflect where visual aids and student participation will be used to supplement lecture material. It shall explain the purpose of visual aids and student participation activity and describe how the instructor will generate the intended student participation. It shall include a brief synopsis of the information presented in any movie or video presentation, sufficient to enable the Secretary of State to determine what specific information is presented by the movie or video.
(h) Copies of any handout materials, workbooks, or tests used during the course of study shall be submitted for approval as part of the lesson plan.
(i) If the course provides for an evaluation by the students, a sample of the evaluation form shall be submitted with the lesson plan. Completion of the evaluation shall not exceed ten (10) minutes of class time.(1. New section filed 5-3-2005; operative 5-3-2005 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 18).)
Note: Authority cited: Sections 8201.2 and 8220, Government Code. Reference: Sections 8201 and 8201.2, Government Code.
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