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Lesson Planning
When creating a lesson plan, always keep in mind the learning outcome. At the end of the day, where do you want your students to end up? What do you want them to know or be able to do? If you are planning an activity, how does it help you achieve the objective's of your lesson plan? How does it connect to the larger course goals? Objectives ? What do you want your students to know or be able to do when the lesson is over? ? How will you have your students prove their proficiencies i.e. a quiz, a quick in-class writing assignment, a short question and answer session? ? To what degree, level of accuracy, or correctness should your students be able to answer or perform for you to consider the lesson learned? Introduction As you build a lesson plan, review concepts, skills and ideas, probe and assess your student's grasp of the material, and clarify any confusion or misconception they may have. You might even ask one of your students to summarize previous material, It will help focus everyone's attention on the upcoming lesson. If there is going to be an activity or discussion component, block out a few minutes to outline the day's agenda on the board, this could be a handout as well, something to provide an overview of what your students can expect to be exposed to by the end of class. Review the lecture, activity, and discussion components decided on and determine just how they should be sequenced. What instructional components come first, second, third, and so on. These need to fit hand-in-glove with your objectives. You must decide in what order they will be most effectively met. While deciding the sequencing, consider the teaching materials you plan on using and handing out to your students. Their presentation needs to dovetail seamlessly with your delivery so plan your transitions ahead of time i.e. What are you going to say or do as you move toward your conclusion? Conclusion Many students won't grasp the connections between your instructional objectives and the various components of your lesson plan until it's over. Conclusions reinforce these important connections and help students anticipate the objectives of the next class. Try to leave the students with as lasting an impression as possible. Summarize the information covered in terms everyone will understand, show how it builds upon previous lessons and then, lay a foundation for the next.