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In this unit I learned about the structure of a lesson plan and the aims and objectives of each lesson plan. I learned that a lesson plan should list out a loose structure for the class detailing the time and date, the ability level of the students, the objective of the lesson and the structure of the class and what activities will be done at each stage of the lesson (Engage, Study, Activate). In addition to this I learned that lesson plans give the teacher a historic record of all of his/her classes. This is great because it allows the teacher to monitor the progress of individual students (exam scores, behaviour in class etc). Lesson plans provide the teacher with an organised layout of the class. The length of time each activity takes can be recorded, whilst also allowing for a flexible structure that means the teacher doesn't have to rigidly stick to the exact structure of the lesson plan