EFFECTIVE LESSON    PLANNING
A teacher who is   attempting to teachwithout inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn ishammering on a cold iron.      ...
INTRODUCTIONS        Name        School and position        What are the qualities of        effective teaching?      (Wha...
EFFECTIVE TEACHERS…Know the content      Create a suitableUnderstand the        learningdevelopment of the    environments...
A VISION OF        TEACHINGConnect the dots in the puzzle usingonly four straight lines without liftingyour pen/pencil off...
INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING AND          STRATEGIESPlans are developed to provide studentswith meaningful learning experiencesP...
THE DISTRICT POLICYPlans are a legal documentUsually required weekly to thesupervisorPlan books (district, purchased, self...
GOOD PLANNINGKeeps the teacher and students on trackAchieves the objectivesHelps teachers to avoid “unpleasant”surprisesPr...
POOR PLANNINGFrustration for the teacher andthe studentAimless wanderingUnmet objectivesNo connections to prior learningsD...
A GOOD LESSON       INCLUDESObjectivesPre-assessmentList of materialsWarm-up and introductionPresentationPracticeEvaluatio...
LET’S BEGIN…The format of alesson should.. Go one step at a  time Have a picture for  every step Have a minimal  relian...
The greater the structure of a lesson and the more precisethe directions on what is to be accomplished, the higher the    ...
PRE-ASSESSMENTWhat are the characteristics of thelearners in the class?What do the students alreadyknow and understand?How...
OBJECTIVESA description of what the studentwill be able to do at the end of thelessonProvides alignment with districtand s...
MATERIALSPlan! Prepare! Have on hand!   Murphy’s LawEnvision your needs.List all resources.Have enough manipulatives (whe...
WARM-UP AND       INTRODUCTIONGrab the attention of the studentsPROVIDES THE INTEREST/MOTIVATION factorSet the tone for th...
PROCEDURES AND        PRESENTATIONSets up a step-by-step planProvides a quick review ofprevious learningProvides specific ...
LEARNING ACTIVITIESGraphic organizers   CooperativeCreative play        groupsPeer presenting      Inquiry learningPerform...
PRACTICE    APPLYING WHAT IS LEARNEDProvide multiple learning activitiesGuided practice (teacher controlled) Use  a varie...
CLOSURELesson Wrap-up: Leave studentswith an imprint of what the lessoncovered. Students summarize the major  concepts T...
EVALUATIONAssess the learning  Teacher made test  In-class or   homework   assignment  Project to apply the   learning ...
REFLECTIONWhat went well in the lesson?What problems did I experience?Are there things I could have donedifferently?How ca...
THE SUBSTITUTE…       NOW WHAT?The Key to substitute success – DETAILEDLESSON PLANS  Discipline routines  Children with ...
A teacher is one  who brings ustools and enables us to use them.            Jean Toomer
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  • ACTIVITY: Brainstorm a list of benefits of well-planned lessons and pitfalls of poorly planned lessons
  • Example: division problem (visual) compare divide multiply subtract compare bring down Compare this to the directions for making a model airplane (marketers have it right)
  • Teachers make 1500 decisions a day… this is where it begins Previous teacher comments and test data Cum folders Classroom observation
  • Let the students know your objectives, why they need to know it , and how they will use the learning. Good objective: Students will be able to illustrate clouds that signal unsettled weather. Poor objective: Students will understand that some clouds signal the approach of poor weather conditions. ACTIVITY: Have groups (2-3) write a behavioral objective for …………….
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    1. 1. EFFECTIVE LESSON PLANNING
    2. 2. A teacher who is attempting to teachwithout inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn ishammering on a cold iron. Horace Mann
    3. 3. INTRODUCTIONS Name School and position What are the qualities of effective teaching? (What must a teacher know and be able to do?) BRAINSTORM A LIST
    4. 4. EFFECTIVE TEACHERS…Know the content Create a suitableUnderstand the learningdevelopment of the environmentstudent Adapt and modifyValue the diversity instructionof the students Use effectivewithin the class communicationPlan strategic Collaborate with alllessons using members of theresearch-based learning communitypractices Engage in sustainedUse multiple professional growthassessments to experiencesevaluate progress
    5. 5. A VISION OF TEACHINGConnect the dots in the puzzle usingonly four straight lines without liftingyour pen/pencil off of the paper. How does this relate to our teaching?
    6. 6. INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING AND STRATEGIESPlans are developed to provide studentswith meaningful learning experiencesPlans connect to related learningopportunitiesTeaching is based instructional strategiesthat focus on best practice and researchTeaching is supported by strategies thatfoster interest and progress
    7. 7. THE DISTRICT POLICYPlans are a legal documentUsually required weekly to thesupervisorPlan books (district, purchased, self-made notebooks)Substitute plansMust include CCCS Objectives Needed materials Teacher’s editions pages, student pages Short description activities
    8. 8. GOOD PLANNINGKeeps the teacher and students on trackAchieves the objectivesHelps teachers to avoid “unpleasant”surprisesProvides the roadmap and visuals in a logicalsequenceProvides direction to a substituteEncourages reflection, refinement, andimprovementEnhances student achievement
    9. 9. POOR PLANNINGFrustration for the teacher andthe studentAimless wanderingUnmet objectivesNo connections to prior learningsDisorganizationLack of needed materialsA waste of timePoor management
    10. 10. A GOOD LESSON INCLUDESObjectivesPre-assessmentList of materialsWarm-up and introductionPresentationPracticeEvaluationClosureApplication
    11. 11. LET’S BEGIN…The format of alesson should.. Go one step at a time Have a picture for every step Have a minimal reliance on wordsAn effective lesson plan is a set of plans for buildingsomething – it “constructs” the learning.
    12. 12. The greater the structure of a lesson and the more precisethe directions on what is to be accomplished, the higher the achievement rate.Harry Wong, The First Days of Teaching
    13. 13. PRE-ASSESSMENTWhat are the characteristics of thelearners in the class?What do the students alreadyknow and understand?How do my students learn best?What modifications in instructionmight I need to make?
    14. 14. OBJECTIVESA description of what the studentwill be able to do at the end of thelessonProvides alignment with districtand state goals (Uses CCCS) Use behavioral verbs to describe the expected outcomes (ACTION) No-no’s: appreciate, enjoy, understand, love, etc.
    15. 15. MATERIALSPlan! Prepare! Have on hand! Murphy’s LawEnvision your needs.List all resources.Have enough manipulatives (whenneeded) for groups or individuals.
    16. 16. WARM-UP AND INTRODUCTIONGrab the attention of the studentsPROVIDES THE INTEREST/MOTIVATION factorSet the tone for the lesson connected to theobjective  A question  A story  A saying  An activity  A discussion starterBE CREATIVE
    17. 17. PROCEDURES AND PRESENTATIONSets up a step-by-step planProvides a quick review ofprevious learningProvides specific activities toassist students in developing thenew knowledgeProvides modeling of a new skill A picture is worth a thousand words. I hear, I see………..I do!
    18. 18. LEARNING ACTIVITIESGraphic organizers CooperativeCreative play groupsPeer presenting Inquiry learningPerformances Direct instructionRole playing DifferentiationDebates Direct InstructionGame makingProjects
    19. 19. PRACTICE APPLYING WHAT IS LEARNEDProvide multiple learning activitiesGuided practice (teacher controlled) Use a variety of questioning strategies to determine the level of understanding Journaling, conferencingIndependent practice Practice may be differentiatedBUILD ON SUCCESS
    20. 20. CLOSURELesson Wrap-up: Leave studentswith an imprint of what the lessoncovered. Students summarize the major concepts Teacher recaps the main points Teacher sets the stage for the next phase of learning
    21. 21. EVALUATIONAssess the learning  Teacher made test  In-class or homework assignment  Project to apply the learning in real-life situation  Recitations and summaries  Performance assessments  Use of rubrics  Portfolios
    22. 22. REFLECTIONWhat went well in the lesson?What problems did I experience?Are there things I could have donedifferently?How can I build on this lesson tomake future lessons successful?
    23. 23. THE SUBSTITUTE… NOW WHAT?The Key to substitute success – DETAILEDLESSON PLANS  Discipline routines  Children with special needs  Fire drill and emergency procedures  Helpful students, helpful colleagues (phone #’s)  Classroom schedule  Names of administrators  Expectations for the work  Packet of extra activities
    24. 24. A teacher is one who brings ustools and enables us to use them. Jean Toomer
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