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Understanding the Components of a Lesson Plan
The Madeline Hunter Model of Mastery Learning outlines mastery learning, addresses important characteristics of lesson plan components and offers insight into the parts or activities that make up a lesson plan.
Purpose (objective): The lesson’s goal and the standards being reached are described in the purpose. In this instance, the teacher places special emphasis on the session’s advantages for students and the methods they will use to learn from it.
A brief activity that captures students’ attention before the lecture starts is referred to as an anticipatory set (focus). It could be a basic inquiry, an example issue, a handout, etc.
Input: The vocabulary, abilities, and other ideas the teacher plans to include in the lesson are referred to as input. In essence, it encapsulates the information that students must understand in order to successfully learn the lesson.
Modeling (show): It is common knowledge that the majority of students can only learn a new concept if the instructor takes the time to demonstrate it. Without requiring input from the students, simply walk through a problem to let them see how it’s done.
Guided Practice: In this setting, the teacher uses the see-hear-do method, also known as the tripodal approach, to walk the class through the steps required to do the skill being stressed. As the students strive to solve difficulties, demonstrate to them how to do it.
Making sure that students comprehend the lesson can be done by checking their understanding. Determine whether students have understood by having them answer questions; if not, change the lesson’s speed. Implement formative evaluation techniques.
Independent Practice: Although providing guidance as needed, let the students experience finishing classes on their own. Ascertain that every student has a solid understanding of the day’s lessons and any assigned homework.
Closure: Finish up the lesson. Request a recap of the lessons you have taught the students, along with a demonstration of the new information.
Although they can be used to prepare training in any circumstance, these instructional components are not always a strict formula that must be followed. When putting together instructional strategies, keep these factors in mind. Planning is done with the intention of choosing the methods that will help students meet the lesson’s objective the most effectively.
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