Lesson Plan
Lesson Plan is…   One of the most important    aspects of instructional planning considered as a blue print of what the te...
Written outline of instructional objectives, activities, methods  and strategies on how statedobjectives will be achieved ...
Why Lesson  Plan isImportant?
Because…• Pupil’s educational growth depends on the selection of subject matter,activities, experiences, and methods adapt...
•Lesson planning serves as a guide to the apprentice teacher. It alsoprevents wandering away from the subject matter by ma...
Prerequisite to Lesson Planning
•Knowledge of the subject        matter.•Knowing the children or the         students •Familiarity with different         ...
•Materials•Understanding of the     objectives
Parts ofLesson Plan
Objectives                        Subject                        MatterParts of                           ProcedureLesson ...
Objective    s    Provides goals to be  attained, gives direction  to the class discussion,      and call for what    outc...
Subject Matter A topic itself, or what theteacher wants to discuss.
Procedure   Description of what you will do in     teaching the lesson, and, asappropriate, includes a description of how ...
EvaluationDescribe how you will determine  the extent to which students have attained the instructional objective. Be sure...
Assignment        Indicate how otheractivities/materials will be used   to reinforce and extend this   lesson. It may be i...
Types of Lesson  Plans
Course Plan•it is a long ranged plan•provides the generalframework within in which thework of the quarter and yearwill be ...
UnitPlan•Clarifies what content will betaught and by what learningexperiences during a specificperiod of time
Uses•It enables teacher s to planexperiences in advance tomeet different objectives•It helps teachers anticipateproblems t...
The Daily LessonPlan   • refers to each day plan which has to do    with the specific part of the unit to be   dealt with ...
Types of  Daily Lesson  Plan
DetailedDetailed           Types of             Daily Semi- Semi-      LessonDetailedDetailed     Plan Brief Brief
Detailed   •The detailed lesson plan is anticipatory      teaching. It puts down in writing all  classroom activities that...
Semi-    Detailed Semi detailed lesson plan omitspupil activity. It contains only thelesson procedure or the steps of the ...
BriefIt is even shorter than the semi  detailed. Teachers who have   taught the same subject foryears usually make brief p...
DepEd ORDERNo. 70, s. 2012     Guidelines on thepreparation of daily lessons  Dated: August 13, 2012
References:•Principles and strategies of Teaching      By: Dr. Helen F. Delos Santos           Dr. Lydia L. Hilbero•Curric...
Presented By: Ortega, Shane Pearlh L.  Rotulo, Mary Rose L.        Researchers:Castillo, Marianne Portia P.     Edillo, Jo...
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  1. 1. Lesson Plan
  2. 2. Lesson Plan is… One of the most important aspects of instructional planning considered as a blue print of what the teacher and students intend to accomplish after a teaching- learning episode.
  3. 3. Written outline of instructional objectives, activities, methods and strategies on how statedobjectives will be achieved with the help of appropriate instructional materials to be used.
  4. 4. Why Lesson Plan isImportant?
  5. 5. Because…• Pupil’s educational growth depends on the selection of subject matter,activities, experiences, and methods adapted to his interest, needs,abilities, and level of maturity.• A lesson plan stimulates teacher to be creative in framing objectives andchoosing subject matter, procedures, materials and evaluation techniques.•The teacher is forced to prepare and organize her lessons well, becauseit involves foreseeing what is likely to happen during her lesson.
  6. 6. •Lesson planning serves as a guide to the apprentice teacher. It alsoprevents wandering away from the subject matter by making theteacher conscious what he has to accomplish for the day.•Lesson planning prevents waste of time that usually accompaniesunorganized or haphazard teaching.•By making lesson plans, the teacher learns to be more effectiveinasmuch as a good preparation ensures good instruction.•Past lesson plans will be of use to a substitute teacher who may takeover in an emergency.
  7. 7. Prerequisite to Lesson Planning
  8. 8. •Knowledge of the subject matter.•Knowing the children or the students •Familiarity with different strategies
  9. 9. •Materials•Understanding of the objectives
  10. 10. Parts ofLesson Plan
  11. 11. Objectives Subject MatterParts of ProcedureLesson Plan Evaluation Assignmen t
  12. 12. Objective s Provides goals to be attained, gives direction to the class discussion, and call for what outcomes to expect.
  13. 13. Subject Matter A topic itself, or what theteacher wants to discuss.
  14. 14. Procedure Description of what you will do in teaching the lesson, and, asappropriate, includes a description of how you will introduce the lesson to the students, what actualinstructional techniques you will use,and how you will bring closure to the lesson. Include what specific things students will actually do during the lesson.
  15. 15. EvaluationDescribe how you will determine the extent to which students have attained the instructional objective. Be sure this part is directly connected to the behavior called for in the instructional objective.
  16. 16. Assignment Indicate how otheractivities/materials will be used to reinforce and extend this lesson. It may be in form of homework about the recent lesson or an advance study of the next lesson.  
  17. 17. Types of Lesson Plans
  18. 18. Course Plan•it is a long ranged plan•provides the generalframework within in which thework of the quarter and yearwill be carried out.
  19. 19. UnitPlan•Clarifies what content will betaught and by what learningexperiences during a specificperiod of time
  20. 20. Uses•It enables teacher s to planexperiences in advance tomeet different objectives•It helps teachers anticipateproblems that may arise
  21. 21. The Daily LessonPlan • refers to each day plan which has to do with the specific part of the unit to be dealt with during a given class period. •Covers a small part of a larger experiences extending over days.  
  22. 22. Types of Daily Lesson Plan
  23. 23. DetailedDetailed Types of Daily Semi- Semi- LessonDetailedDetailed Plan Brief Brief
  24. 24. Detailed •The detailed lesson plan is anticipatory teaching. It puts down in writing all classroom activities that may occur. The teacher writes down all the questions she is going to ask under the column Teacher Activity, and the expected answers from the pupils under the column Pupil Activity. The teacher tries to visualize how thechildren will react, what difficulties they are likely to encounter, and how they may be guided to achieve desired results.
  25. 25. Semi- Detailed Semi detailed lesson plan omitspupil activity. It contains only thelesson procedure or the steps of the lesson. A few of the pivotal questions may be included.
  26. 26. BriefIt is even shorter than the semi detailed. Teachers who have taught the same subject foryears usually make brief plans.
  27. 27. DepEd ORDERNo. 70, s. 2012 Guidelines on thepreparation of daily lessons Dated: August 13, 2012
  28. 28. References:•Principles and strategies of Teaching By: Dr. Helen F. Delos Santos Dr. Lydia L. Hilbero•Curriculum Development By: Dr. Helen F. Delos Santos Ma. Corazon B. Sigua•www.deped. gov.ph
  29. 29. Presented By: Ortega, Shane Pearlh L. Rotulo, Mary Rose L. Researchers:Castillo, Marianne Portia P. Edillo, Jocelyn M. Vega, Ma. Jeralyn M.
  30. 30. THANK YOU

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