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The purpose of a lesson plan
A lesson plan is a requirement for all teachers. This is regarded as the instructional plan for the day. It implies a connection between teacher planning and student learning. When the plan is ready, teachers may concentrate on carrying it out. As a result, teachers may concentrate on other aspects of the class because they are not always thinking about what they need to do next.
The purpose of lesson planning is to assist teachers in ensuring that the daily activities that take place in their classrooms are giving students an adequate amount of long-term progress toward the objectives outlined in their scope and sequence and, if necessary, their individualized education plans. The most effective lesson plans have a variety of components, such as learning objectives, good questions, materials, and activities. The conception and delivery of all of the classroom activities should be guided by the learning objectives, thus it is critical to keep them in mind.
Teachers can study a variety of procedural knowledge facets through lesson planning. Teachers have the chance to reflect thoroughly on the subject matter when they create lesson plans, including how the subject is portrayed in specific textbooks or in curriculum elements like standards and benchmarks. The teacher also has time to create pedagogical exercises or strategies that help students understand the material. Finally, teachers can think about what their pupils already know and how they might best learn the subject.
The purpose of a lesson plan is to serve as a guide for teachers as they successfully carry out the teaching and learning process. A lesson plan has three main purposes.
- A lesson plan is an idea organizer. Writing down the goal and the intended course of action for a class can assist the teacher make those points more clear in their own minds.
- The lesson plan serves as a journal for instructor thoughts and in-class activities. As they interact with kids on a daily basis, teachers must remember so many specifics that their memory banks might occasionally become clogged. While a lesson is being taught, the teacher might refer to the written lesson plan for reminders.
- A lesson plan can serve as a roadmap for teachers and observers in the classroom. For beginning teachers, this role is perhaps more crucial than for more seasoned ones.
One of the purposes of a lesson plan is to guide the teacher during the teaching and learning process. Lesson plans help teachers by reminding them of the actions they should take when facilitating learning.
Week 8 – Quarter 2 Daily Lesson Log |
January 9 – 13, 2023 DLL Update!
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