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Presentation on lesson planning


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It would help the teacher in developing lesson plan with SMART objectives

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Presentation on lesson planning

  1. 1. By JAVED IQBAL ANJUMProfessional Development TeacherAKU-IED, PDCN, for EDIP Project
  2. 2.  Session Learning Outcomes Definition of lesson planning Why lesson planning Things need to consider while planning Five Es of lesson Planning Advantages of lesson planning Steps of lesson planning Food for thought
  3. 3.  By the end of this session Course Participants (C.Ps) will be able to; develop their understanding of lesson planning and its steps share the importance of lesson planning develop lesson plan for different subjects.
  4. 4.  A writing noting the method of delivery, and the specific goals and time-lines associated to the delivery of lesson content. Lesson plan is a teaching tool, that helps the teachers in deciding what to teach, why to teach, when to teach and how to teach in classroom while teaching. A lesson plan is a written guide for teachers 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
  5. 5.  Effective teachers plan for productive use of their instructional time. Teachers at every level prepare plans that help them organize and deliver their daily lessons. Teachers need to make wise decisions about the strategies and methods they will employ.  This provides the direction to go to achieve the selected objectives.  Writing daily lesson plans is a large part of being organized  It provides a guide for managing the learning environment.
  6. 6. • Ability & interest levels • BackgroundsKnow your students • Attention spans • Ability to work together in groups • Prior knowledge and learning experiences • Subject matter that you will be teaching Know the content • Medium of instructions • National/state curriculum standards Know the • Technology, software, audio/visuals, low instructional cost and no cost materials, equipment, materials library resources, local guest speakers, etc. Modified from sources: What to Consider When Writing a Lesson Plan
  7. 7. What do I want students to learn? How will I What teaching check for and learning students’ strategies will Iunderstanding? use?
  8. 8.  Engage Explore Explain Elaborate Evaluate
  9. 9.  Purpose full teaching Variety of teaching techniques Effective utilization of time Wide range of activities Developing Low cost no cost materials Students involvement Assessment
  10. 10.  Pre  Preparation  List of activities  Resources While  Smart students’ learning outcomes  Previous knowledge test.  Activities  Continuous Assessment  Homework  Final Assessment Post  Reflection
  11. 11.  And I (too) am planning a plan. Sura 86 - At-Tariq (MAKKA) : Verse 16 If you have failed to plan, you have planned to fail.