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When and How Lessons Are Planned
Planning at both the macro and micro levels yields a successful lesson plan. On a larger scale, a lesson plan is an expression of a philosophy of teaching and learning that is represented in the methodology, the curriculum, the texts, and the other course materials before culminating in a particular session. In a nutshell, a daily lesson is the culmination of many preceding planning processes that lead up to a formal lesson plan.
Even though there are numerous forms to choose from when constructing a lesson plan, most layouts have basic features in common. The background of the students, the lesson’s goals, the skills to be taught, the activities, the resources and texts, the time limitations, and the linkages to earlier and subsequent sessions are all things that teachers need to take into account when planning a lesson. A lesson plan, like most activities, comprises three stages: an introduction, a middle, and a conclusion.
Individual choices and experience will influence how much information is actually recorded. For each class, some teachers like to record lesson plans in notebooks. Alternatively, some may use note cards or easily-movable loose pieces of paper. For writing lesson plans, many teachers increasingly use computers. The lessons can easily be copied and edited as needed, and they can be saved easily.
Most plans start with a brief introduction to the class and its participants; for instance, noting the course’s name, level, and participants’ backgrounds is helpful. Along with the week or day of the course, it is crucial to include the date. Given the tendency toward adherence to published standards and competency criteria, a lesson plan might additionally need to list the standards and competencies that the lesson covers.
In order to ensure that the class goes smoothly and that all of the activities feel connected to one another, teachers find it helpful to add brief transitional comments to lesson plans.
Making seamless links and transitions might be difficult for inexperienced teachers. Planning these movements and include them in a lesson plan is therefore beneficial for teachers and students alike.
Beginning instructors may find it difficult to manage their time, and even seasoned educators often find it difficult to anticipate how long a particular task will take or when a discourse will become so compelling that it should be permitted to last longer than anticipated.
Week 9 – Quarter 2 Daily Lesson Log |
January 16 – 20, 2023 DLL Update!
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