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Designing lesson (1)

  1. 1. Designing Lesson Abbaszadə Türkan 403 a Subject: FLT Methodology
  2. 2. Elements of Lesson Design (Hunter) Dr. Madeline Hunter's research indicates that effective teachers usually include the following elements in their lessons. 1) Anticipatory Set - A short activity, dispatch or prompt that focuses the students' attention and ties previous lessons to today's lesson. 2) Purpose - An explanation of the importance of this lesson and a statement concerning what students will be able to do when they have completed it.3) Input - The vocabulary, skills, and concepts to be learned. 4) Modeling - The teacher demonstrates what is to be learned 5) Guided Practice - The teacher leads the students through the steps necessary to perform the skill using multiple modalities. 6) Checking For Understanding - The teacher uses a variety of questioning strategies to determine if the students are understanding. 7) Independent Practice - The teacher releases students to practice on their own. 8) Closure - A review or wrap-up of the lesson.
  3. 3. Learners will be introduced to designing lesson plans based on principles and knowledge of learning objectives, assessment plans, methods, materials, and learning activities. Learners will find and prepare appropriate teaching materials through careful analysis, adaptation and creation of professional resources. Learners will also reflect on the cohesion between lesson design and teaching philosophies.
  4. 4. Basic Instructional Design In this module, learners are introduced to lesson design based on theorists such as Robert Gagne and Benjamin Bloom. Learners are introduced to concepts to both begin a lesson (gain attention, state objectives, stimulate recall) and give a lesson (present the content, provide learning guidance, elicit performance). This module also introduces learners to a general lesson plan template that will be used throughout the course and to basic classroom management skills.
  5. 5. Presenting Instruction and Modeling • Learners are introduced to the concepts of presenting instruction and modeling. Learners are introduced to the concept of "stickiness," and given several words of advice on how to make content sticky. Modeling is also depicted as a way in which to help learners to see what teachers are trying to explain, and can be a powerful form of instruction itself. Learners are counseled to have more than one model, and are cautioned about presenting models too early.
  6. 6. Guided to Independent Practice • In this module, learners are introduced to the importance of guided and independent practices of lesson planning.