Creating Lesson Plans from the DID Model
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  1. 1. Creating Lesson Plans from the DID Model Introduction Lesson Planning The DID model helps educators see the The lesson plan provides a daily guide for instructional big picture. With it, educators teachers. can build an effective instructional Readying the Learners experience that carefully details each step of • Review student characteristics the instructional process. Over time and with • Evaluate lesson entry skills experience, such planning becomes intuitive. Targeting Specific Objectives The systematic planning of instruction Review the objectives from the design and remains the foundation of effective teaching then select, review, and restate 1-2 target and learning. For daily lesson plans, objectives within the lesson plan. educators must narrow the focus to more Preparing the Lesson specific topics. “An instructional design • Prepare the classroom frequently includes content that will take several days of instruction to complete. The • Summarize plan using the lesson plan focuses on what must be done pedagogical cycle steps each day in each class to implement the • Identify and list required instructional activities outlined in the technologies and materials design.” • Check for success The relationship of the DID model to lesson plan is illustrated in the figure below: The Lesson Planner: Practical Application of the DID Model The lesson planner is the pragmatic product of the instructional design process. With it, teachers will be able to narrow focus of the daily lesson to create powerful and effective instructional experiences. The lesson is followed by one last step in the instructional planning process, called action planning, and it is a necessary culmination to the process. Review What is the difference between the DID model and a lesson plan? The DID model helps you to articulate your overall design for the instructional unit. A lesson plan is the outgrowth of the design that helps you identify what must be done each day to implement the design. Conclusion Planning Lesson Plan Ready the Leaner Targeting Objectives Prepare the Lesson Pedagogical Cycle Check for Success

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