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Lesson Planning and the Teaching Process
One could conceptualize teaching as a three-step process. Lesson planning and daily lesson preparation are necessary before beginning to teach a class, thus this is the first step. Classroom management, teaching, and learning comprise the second step. After the lesson, the third stage—assessment—takes place. This step includes related tasks including recording, reporting, and evaluating.
Common phrases used by teachers to describe their workloads fall into one of these three categories: “I need to do some planning now,” “I’m teaching for the whole day today,” or “I have to do some grading this evening.”
The second phase, actually teaching in the classroom, is the one that typically requires the greatest energy and results in the job’s emotional highs and lows. However, that shouldn’t take away from the necessity of comprehensive professionalism both before and after courses are taught.
However, there are significant drawbacks to using education as an analogy. It incites one to believe that the third step, which entails assessment, evaluation, and review, marks the conclusion of the procedure. In actuality, the third step’s worth comes mostly from its ability to assist the instructor in redoing the planning and preparation of the first step. For instance, when evaluating students, one discovers what concepts they have correctly understood and what they need to return and revise with them in the upcoming lesson. And one learns how to make improvements the next time around by assessing and reviewing a set of lessons, for example.
So, learning to teach is like ascending a spiral staircase. Every flight brings us back to the same starting point; planning and preparation are always the first steps, yet we start every flight at a greater level. That is, we are more knowledgeable than we were before each time we organise a lesson.
Even if it often seems like you’re going around in circles, teaching doesn’t always feel like that. Teachers persevere because they believe that they can always go higher and further. In actuality, the continually circling teacher is probably not doing the third step all that well.
Teachers must, however, consider both possibilities. Teachers should, for instance, be considering assessment as they plan lessons. They should be pondering issues like “What are the evaluation requirements for this course” or “What possibilities for assessment could this lesson produce.” Backward design is another name for this strategy.
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