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I have carried out lessons with zero lesson planning, and lessons with an excessively filled out lesson planning chart taught to me in various of my Masters of Art in Teaching classes. I have found that, for me, I have to have a lesson that is somewhere in between the two. Obviously not planning anything is less than ideal, and I have only done this in situations where absolutely necessary. However, over-planning the lessons tend to make me feel more anxious about the lesson than if I don't plan enough. They also make me feel as if the lesson failed when, inevitably, I don't hit every single point included in the lesson plan. For me, personally, having the basic structure and run times of the lesson is more comfortable, and allows me to focus more on the students, and lesson on all my planning - or lack thereof.