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Importance of Lesson Planning
Teaching is like a well-planned journey and the roadmap for this journey is called a lesson plan. Before each day of teaching, teachers create a detailed plan to guide them through the instructional tasks in the classroom. This plan often referred to as a lesson plan is a teacher’s tool for organized and effective teaching.
A lesson plan is like a script for a play, laying out the key elements of a lesson in a specific order. It’s not about having a single best way to plan a lesson, but about understanding and improving on certain core components. Regardless of the format, any good lesson plan helps the teacher achieve instructional goals and procedures consistently.
Here’s why a Lesson Plan is important:
- Teaching with Confidence: Creating a lesson plan helps the teacher better understand the subject, boosting confidence. This confidence is then passed on to the students, making the class more lively and engaging.
- Tools for Teaching Abilities: A lesson plan is a crucial tool for honing teaching abilities. It serves as a guide to improve teaching skills.
- Order in the Classroom: By knowing what, when, and how much work needs to be done, a teacher with a lesson plan brings order to the classroom. This order has a positive impact on discipline.
- Control over Teaching and Learning: A lesson plan is a roadmap for managing teaching and learning. It makes instruction impressive, ensuring that learning objectives are met.
- Organization and Intellectual Growth: Structured lesson plans contribute to organizational skills and intellectual growth in students. It helps present material in an organized manner, fostering growth in students’ thinking.
- Utilization of Theoretical Knowledge: Lesson plans allow teachers to put theoretical knowledge into practice in the classroom, giving theoretical knowledge a concrete form.
- Time and Energy Efficiency: Creating a lesson plan ensures that new information is presented in a correct sequence, making teaching more efficient in terms of time and energy.
- Based on Prior Knowledge: A well-crafted lesson plan takes into account students’ prior knowledge, making it easier for them to learn and for the teacher to achieve his goals.
- Update of Knowledge: Summarizing the lesson in a plan helps in reviewing the material, ensuring that students and teachers stay updated.
- Limitations of the Topic: A focused topic in a lesson plan helps in skipping irrelevant material, simplifying the presentation with specific and limited information.
- Making of Material Aids: Lesson plans involve choosing methods, tactics, tools and aids, making necessary preparations before starting the teaching assignment.
- Analysis is Conceivable: Evaluation in a lesson plan allows the teacher to assess the impact of instruction and make necessary adjustments to strategies and techniques.
- Psychological Instruction: Lesson plans consider students’ interests, needs, capacities and abilities, making teaching a more psychological process.
- Suitable Surroundings: A lesson plan establishes objectives, instructional strategies and material support, creating a suitable environment for engaged learning.
- Establishing the Activities: A lesson plan predetermines the activities for both the teacher and students, giving purpose and significance to instructional activities. It turns teaching into a collaborative process between the teacher and students.
Week 2 – Quarter 2 Daily Lesson Log |
November 13 – 17, 2023 DLL Update!
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