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Since Unit 9 when I was first introduced to Lesson Planning, it made perfect sense to me. A teacher should have a plan of action in place before beginning to teach a given lesson. Personally, I enjoy receiving and providing detailed information. Therefore, I welcomed this idea of planning and felt a level of comfort in knowing, there is a way to teach/execute a lesson that can help to create an environment of learning that is interactive, takes students thoughts and ideas into consideration, encourages students to openly communicate, share and work together and ultimately, helps to create a forum in the classroom where proactive learning is occurring. The 3 main reasons for Lesson Planning are, it serves as an aid in the teachers planning process, it is a working document and it is a record. The first function, an aid to planning means that this plan helps the teacher to set the expectation for themselves as to what they want or need to teach and to set an expectation for what the students need to learn within that day’s lesson (Unit 9 pg 1). Next, as a working document, the Lesson Plan serves as a guide or point of reference for the teacher during the lesson. This way, the teacher can review what is next. It is important that the teacher doesn’t