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Carefully crafted lesson plan
A thorough lesson plan takes into account the wants and needs of the students. It integrates industry standards for the teaching profession. The lesson plan aligns with the teacher’s educational philosophy, which expresses what the teacher believes to be the main goal of the student’s education.
For instance, English lesson plans typically revolve around four topics. They are literary genre, literary history, literary components of language and production, and literary theme. It is better to have a broad, topic lesson plan since it enables the instructor to make different research, writing, speaking, and reading tasks. It supports an instructor’s use of videos, movies, and television shows to educate various literary genres. Additionally, it makes it easier to teach literature and English simultaneously.
Similar to other subject areas, history lesson plans put an emphasis on information (historical authenticity and background knowledge), analytical thinking, scaffolding, the usability of the lesson structure, and the achievement of learning objectives.
The precise specifications for a lesson plan are determined by school standards and a teacher’s own preferences, in that order. Unit plans cover a complete unit of work, which may last several days or weeks, and have a similar structure to lesson plans. Individual lesson plans might not be necessary for contemporary constructivist teaching methods. Although the lesson plan can be more flexible as it adjusts to the demands and learning preferences of the students, the unit plan might include explicit goals and deadlines. Unit plans cover a complete unit of work, which may last several days or weeks, and have a similar structure to lesson plans.
Establishing a goal.
Making an objective, or a statement of purpose for the entire session, is the first thing a teacher does. What pupils will be able to do by the end of the lesson should be covered in an objective statement. Each objective needs to start with a verb that describes the action that needs to be completed to demonstrate completion. Verbs are the most crucial term to employ in assignments since they explain how to show whether an accomplishment has occurred or not. The class is designed around its purpose, which also serves as its main motivation. The goal of each lesson is carefully crafted because it will dictate the exercises that the students complete that day. Additionally, the instructor makes sure that the objectives of the lesson plan are in line with the kids’ developmental stage. Additionally, the teacher makes sure that their standards for student accomplishment are fair.
Week 5 – Quarter 2 Daily Lesson Log |
December 5 – 9, 2022 DLL Update!
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