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  • 1. How to Make Lesson Plan By Yan Suo July 5, 2010
  • 2. THINK…What is a lesson plan?
  • 3. What is a lesson plan A teacher’s detailed description of the course of instruction for an individual lesson.  -- Wikipedia Dictionaries A lesson plan is a written guide for trainers plans in order to achieve the intended learning outcomes. It provides specific definition and direction on learning objectives, equipment, instructional media material requirements, and conduct of the training.  -- Education Dictionaries
  • 4. THINK…What is the purpose of alesson plan?
  • 5. Communicate to… You
  • 6. THINK…What to consider whenwriting a lesson plan?
  • 7. What to consider when writing a lesson plan • Ability & interest levels • Backgrounds • Attention spans Know your • Ability to work together in groups students • Prior knowledge and learning experiences • Special needs or accommodations • Learning preferences • Subject matter that you will be teaching Know the content • State/school district curriculum guides • National/state curriculum standards Know the • Technology, software, audio/visuals, teac her mentors, community instructional resources, equipment, library materials resources, local guest speakers, etc. Modified from sources: What to Consider When Writing a Lesson Plan
  • 8. What to consider when designing a lessonplan?Know  Ability & interest levelsyour  Backgroundsstudent  Attention spanss  Ability to work together in groupsKnow the  Prior knowledge and learningcontent experiences  Special needs orKnow thematerials accommodations  Learning preferences
  • 9. What to consider when designing a lessonplan?Know  Subject matter that you will beyour teachingstudents  State/school district curriculumKnow guidesthe  National/state curriculumcontent standardsKnow thematerials
  • 10. What to consider when designing a lessonplan?Know  Technologyyour  Softwarestudents  Audio/visualsKnow the  Teacher mentorscontent  Community resources  EquipmentKnowthe  Library resourcesmaterial  Local guest speakerss
  • 11. Key components of a lesson plan Materials/Profile Objectives Procedure Assessment Equipments
  • 12. Key components of a lessonplanProfile  Basic information about the lesson 1. Name of lessonObjectives 2. ContributorMaterials/ 3. SubjectEquipment 4. Grade levels 5. Instructional settings: SmallProcedure Group, Whole class 6. General Description of lessonAssessment 7. Standards
  • 13. Key components of a lessonplanProfile  Determine what you want students to learn and be able to doObjectives  Focus on the concept or skill which you intend to teachMaterials/  E.g.Organize, design and prototypeEquipments content-rich Web sites that are easyProcedure to navigate and searchAssessment
  • 14. Profile -> Objectives -> Materials/Equipment -> Procedure -> AssessmentTHINK…The types of instructionalmaterials
  • 15. Key components of a lessonplanProfile  Materials  Power Point presentations (visualObjectives aids)  Text BooksMaterials/Equipments  Journal Articles  Multimedia materials: InstructionalProcedure video or audioAssessment  Job-aid  Rubric  Checklist Modified from sources: Designing Instructional Materials
  • 16. Profile -> Objectives -> Materials/Equipment -> Procedure -> AssessmentTHINK…The equipment available forthe instructor
  • 17. Key components of a lessonplanProfile  Commonly used instructional equipmentsObjectives  Software applicationsMaterials/  PowerPointEquipmen  Media Playerts  Computer equipment  ComputerProcedure  Internet connectionAssessment  Video equipment  Projector Modified from sources: Designing Instructional Materials
  • 18. Key components of a lessonplanProfile  Outlining the STEPS of the teaching processObjectivesMaterials/  Useful Instructional StrategiesEquipments  Using the Appropriate Technique in Your Lesson PlanProcedureAssessment
  • 19. Key components of a lessonplanProfile  Assess the outcome and to what extent the objectives were achievedObjectives  Ensure the assessment activity isMaterials/ directly and explicitly tied to theEquipments stated objectives.Procedure  Take time to reflect upon the result, and revise the lesson planAssessme accordinglynt
  • 20. Profile -> Objectives -> Materials/Equipment -> Procedure -> Closure -> AssessmentTHINK…The assessment activitiesavailable for the instructor
  • 21. Key components of a lessonplanProfile  Some commonly used assessment activities:Objectives  quizzesMaterials/  testsEquipments  independently performed worksheets  cooperative learning activitiesProcedure  hands-on experimentsAssessme  oral discussionnt  question-and-answer sessions
  • 22. AND… Take time to reflect upon the result, and revise the lesson plan accordingly!
  • 23.  Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction Madeline Hunters Seven Step LessonPlan Model The 5E’s Model Check handouts for detailed information
  • 24. Gagne’s 1. Gain attentionNine Events 2. Inform learners of objectivesofInstruction 3. Stimulate recall of prior learningMadeline 4. Present the stimulusHunters 5. Provide “learning guidanceSeven Step 6. Elicit performance (practice)Lesson PlanModel 7. Provide feedbackThe 5E’s 8. Assess performanceModel 9. Enhance retention and transfer
  • 25. Gagne’s  Step 1. ReviewNine Eventsof  Step 2. Anticipatory SetInstruction  Step 3. ObjectiveMadelineHuntersSeven Step  Step 4. Input and modelingLesson PlanModel  Step 5. Checking understandingThe 5E’s  Step 6. Guided practiceModel  Step 7. Independent practice
  • 26. Gagne’s  EngageNine Eventsof  ExploreInstruction  ExplainMadelineHunters  ElaborateSeven StepLesson Plan  EvaluateModelThe 5E’sModel
  • 27. Activity In teams of 2, read through the given exemplary lesson plan, then  Review the key components of a lesson plan  Collaboratively design a lesson plan by using the lesson plan template  Try to incorporate the strategies, techniques and lesson plan models introduced before in your lesson plan  Useful Instructional Strategies  Using the Appropriate Technique in Your Lesson Plan  Evaluateand revise your lesson by using the lesson plan checklist Time: 30 minutes
  • 28. Activity Share your lesson plan with the class Critique other groups’ lesson plans, and discuss how to fix the existing problems:  learning objectives are clearly defined  Instructional materials, equipment, techniques and strategies are appropriately selected  Procedure is clearly stated  assessment activities are directly and explicitly tied to the stated objectives …
  • 29. Reference Omrod, J.E. (2008) Human Learning (5th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. Madeline Hunter. (Year). Components of a Lesson Plan. Retrieved June 5, 2010 from: http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/fieldexperiences//pdfs/lessonplandirect.pdf Lewis, Beth (2010). Top 8 Components of a Well-Written Lesson Plan. Retrieved June 5, 2010 from: http://k6educators.about.com/od/lessonplanheadquarters/tp/8_steps_lp.htm CLRN. (2002). Lesson Plan Builder Worksheet. Retrieved June 5, 2010 from: http://www.lessonplanbuilder.org/lessons/help.cfm BCIT. (2003). Preparing Lesson Plan. BCIT Learning and Teaching Centre. Retrieved July 9, 2010 from: http://www.bcit.ca/files/idc/pdf/htlessonplans.pdf Gagne, R.M., Wager, W. W., Golas, K. C., & Kelle, J. M. (2005). Principle of Instructional Design (5th Edition). Belmont, CA: Thomson Learning, Inc. Teachnology (2010) What to Consider When Writing a Lesson Plan. Retrieved July 5, 2010 from: http://www.teach- nology.com/tutorials/teaching/lesson_plan/

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