Week 7 – Quarter 3 Daily Lesson Log | March 27-31, 2023 DLL Update!

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Using Anticipatory Sets in Lesson Planning

In order to engage students, an anticipatory set needs to be related to the impending lesson. If not, the challenge of piquing students’ interest in the coming instruction will not be solved. Anticipatory sets—which are not the learning target—are used to prepare students for instruction that concentrates on achieving a learning objective. The following list of generally accepted recommendations for creating anticipatory sets includes:

  • Be brief and concise with anticipatory sets; for the majority, use no more than five minutes.
  • Create them such that they can be used as a bridge into the lesson; an anticipatory set that doesn’t prepare students for the learning aim is inappropriate.
  • Attract students’ attention—a dynamic tone, not a passive one, should result from an anticipatory set; students’ thoughts must be actively engaged.
  • Employ distinctive anticipatory sets; avoid using the same set for multiple courses; customize anticipatory sets to take advantage of student interests.
  • Construct anticipatory sets you can use easily.
  • Tailor the anticipatory set to the students’ backgrounds.
  • Demonstrate how the learning will help the pupils.
  • Prior knowledge the students have of the subject matter being taught.
  • The connection between the course/curriculum objectives and the subject matter to be taught.
  • Teaching objectives for the current lesson.
  • The interest and prior experiences of the students in the field.

Several contexts and presentation techniques can be used to display anticipatory sets. In order to develop them, teachers need be creative. Items like pictures, music, short videos, artifacts, humor, what if questions, riddles, adverts, news articles, shocking or intriguing statements that go against conventional wisdom, crucial questions that focus on the lesson’s objectives, and role-playing games can all be used to develop anticipatory sets. The effectiveness of a lesson plan will be limited if attention-grabbing strategies are unsuccessful.

Week 7 – Quarter 3 Daily Lesson Log |
March 27-31, 2023 DLL Update!

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