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The significance of lesson preparation.
All effective educators enter their classrooms with some sort of strategy in mind. It might be as straightforward as a mental checklist or as intricate as a two-page printed lesson plan that adheres to a set structure. Lesson plans are typically unstructured and created solely for the teacher’s eyes. The plan will, however, likely be a more official and comprehensive document if it needs to be created as a class assignment, provided to an observer, or supervisor in some cases.
A lesson plan is a very helpful tool that reflects our teaching philosophy, student demographic, textbooks, and most notably, the objectives for students. It also functions as a combination guideline, resource, and historical document. Whatever the metaphor, a lesson plan is important for beginning teachers and practical for seasoned teachers. It can be compared to a roadmap, blueprint, or strategy. Planning begins with choosing what to teach, how to teach it, and for how long. Lesson plans work as a roadmap or checklist that helps teacher decide what to do next and serve as a reminder of the aims and purposes of classes for the students.
A lesson plan also serves as a log of our classroom activities. When preparing for assessment tasks like quizzes, exams, and final examinations, this record is a useful tool. When teachers teach the same course again, having a record of previously taught lessons is helpful so that they may refer to what they did the term or year prior to prevent having to start from scratch.
A lesson plan is essential for the substitute teacher who will step in and teach what was scheduled for the day when teachers have to miss class because they are expected to do so. Students also expect their teachers to be prepared to teach in class, just as teachers want their students to arrive prepared to learn.
One aspect of the preparation is a lesson plan. Nevertheless, despite the value of preparing, a lesson plan is flexible and not meant to prevent a teacher from altering the duration of an activity or skipping it completely if the occasion calls for it. An effective lesson plan provides direction but does not mandate what or how we teach. Numerous parties are benefited, including students, observers, substitutes, administrators, and teachers.
Week 4 – Quarter 2 Daily Lesson Log |
Nov. 28 – Dec. 2, 2022 DLL Update!
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