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Understanding lesson planning
A successful lesson plan is crucial to good teaching. However, because it is a traditional term used in industry, there is frequently confusion when it comes to defining it. However, it is now closely related to effective teaching in that having a plan for what will happen in the classroom is a crucial component of effective teaching. Since planning is the most important thing a teacher does, it is said that a significant portion of a teacher’s effectiveness is related to their ability to create lesson plans.
For a teacher, going into the classroom without a plan is a very challenging experience. This lesson plan serves as a roadmap or framework for the teacher from the very first encounter with the students through the end-of-course exams. The working philosophy of the teacher, his or her knowledge, his or her understanding of the educational goals, their knowledge of the material to be taught, and their aptitude for using efficient methods are all included in a lesson plan.
To put it another way, planning is a very helpful tool that acts as a comprehensive guide that reflects the teaching philosophy. This is referring to the issue of what and how to teach. Without a detailed response to these two fundamental questions, no new teacher could plan his lessons. So choosing which topics to include or exclude from a course in order to keep the whole manageable is one of the hardest planning steps.
Lesson planning is also the art of weaving together a variety of elements into a unified whole so that a lesson has a distinct identity that students can recognize, interact with, and respond to. In the same context, it is believed that planning is more of what teachers do when they think they are planning rather than necessarily involving writing pages and pages of notes.
A lesson plan is a well-organized schedule for a single class period. It specifies the teaching strategy to be used for the lesson, the content to be covered, and the order in which the information should be delivered. Plans are recommendations for action rather than a tiny map to be blindly followed. For example, the learner’s level, cultural background, level of motivation, learning style, and tactics should all be taken into account by the teacher when creating a lesson plan.
Week 6 – Quarter 2 Daily Lesson Log |
December 12 – 16, 2022 DLL Update!
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