A lesson plan is the instructor’s road map of what students need to learn and how it will be done effectively during the class time.lesson plan

To be effective, the lesson plan does not have to be an exhaustive document that describes each and every possible classroom scenario. Nor does it have to anticipate each and every student’s response or question. Instead, it should provide you with a general outline of your teaching goals, learning objectives, and means to accomplish them. It is a reminder of what you want to do and how you want to do it. A productive lesson is not one in which everything goes exactly as planned, but one in which both students and instructor learn from each other.



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  1. hdean06 says:

    Everyone lesson plans using different templates. In the past I was a Food and Beverage Manager and had to train numerous staff – I made up ‘job descriptions’ and called them ‘idiot guides’ – I know that sounds nasty but I believed that if any ‘idiot’ could pick it up and understand it then I had achieved part of my job!! Therefore I apply a similar approach to my lesson plans- if I cannot hand it to another teacher then it’s not worth writing.
    So long as the outcomes are addressed, students work is assessed and recorded then there is room for reflection to improve next time. However each student learns differently therefore flexibility must be applied.
    Thank you for your links – interesting reading.


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