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In lesson 9 i was able to get an idea of what a basic lesson plan should look like. I like the layout because for myself it would help keep me organized. I have the tendency to become less organized over time and with this structure i feel this would combat that for a longer period of time. In regards to this lesson I had a few questions come about. The first of these deals with the frequency and rate lesson plans need to be completed. For every class does a teacher need to complete a lesson plan? This goes for teachers that have been teaching for an extended period of time. I understand that it is the structure of the class or lesson, but when one has taught for extended amount of time you have an understanding of how the class flows when you teach. Along with that my next question arises. Does every lesson need a plan? Sometimes diving right into a lesson could be the best way for the class at the time to learn a concept or an idea. How do we as teachers gauge this? For myself I know I will need lesson plans as much as possible at the being of my teaching career. These lessons have given me a great starting point for this.