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NCERT Module 2 b - Lesson Planning


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Identifies key stages in the lesson planning process

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NCERT Module 2 b - Lesson Planning

  1. 1. Learning Intentions 1. Review the key concepts around lesson planning 2. Develop 3 lesson plans you are ready with the key ideas. 3. Review and develop your knowledge and skills about planning lessons 4. Create outcomes for learning experiences in a lesson plan 5. Articulate how the outcomes can direct the activities in the lesson
  2. 2. What do I want the students to learn? How will students learn it? How will I know if the students have learnt it? WHY? Planning
  3. 3. What do I want the students to learn? How will I know if the students have learnt it? How will students learn it? Do I really know this stuff? What do students already know about this? Why is it important and will they think so? What learning strategies shall I facilitate? Why is this the best way to do it? Do I have an alternative plan if this doesn’t go well? In what ways have the students been actively engaged? How will the students demonstrate what they have learnt? WHY?Planning
  4. 4. LESSON PLAN OUTLINE • Context • Key ideas (process & conceptual) (evaluate from backwards mapping) • Learning Intentions (less is more – are they content or skills or both) • Prior knowledge ( diagnostic test) • Outcomes reviewed • Preparation (be a good scout….Be prepared) • Procedure • Introduction • Student activities (this about it from what student is doing) • Closure • Material management • Evaluation • Learning outcomes (what content and skills are mastered here) • Teacher performance (how did I do?)
  5. 5. S.M.A.R.T. OBJECTIVES The establishment of all objectives should be created using S.M.A.R.T. Philosophy. Each objective should be: • Specific • Measurable w/measurement • Achievable • Relevant • Time-oriented
  6. 6. FOUR ASPECTS TO LESSON PLANNING •Learning Intentions – what thestudent achieves •Activities – what students do •Motivation – how students engage •Evaluation- how will you know what they have learned?
  7. 7. Leith Hogan – hamburger model / Charlotte Danielson – lesson plan
  8. 8. Learning Areas Strand Topic Year Group Date Time Intended Learning (Outcomes/Objectives By the end of this lesson students will be able to 1) 2) 3) Lesson Plan
  9. 9. Students’ Prior Knowledge Preparation/ Materials/Equipment Method of achieving outcomes/strategies Time Students Activities Teacher (Beginning )
  10. 10. Questions to Ask 1) 2) Assessment Student Assessment (how will I know if students have achieved outcomes) Self Assessment (how did it go)