David Didau’sPerfect Lesson Checklist Does the lesson plan relate to the sequence of teaching? Does the planning demonstrate high expectations and challenge? Is the plan appropriate for the learning needs of all groups of students? Is there a safe learning environment?Start of the lesson: Does the lesson get off to a flying start? Is there a recap of previous learning Are the learning objectives (LO) clear and appropriate in number? Are the LO shared? Are the success criteria clear? Is the learning real?During the lesson: Is the teaching well paced? Does the teaching hold the learner’s interests? Does the teaching meet a range of learning styles? Does the teaching meet a range of abilities? Does the teaching actively engage learners in the learning process? Are the learners given clear information and guidance throughout? Is there paired or collaborative work? Is questioning used effectively? Are all learners actively involved? Is ther clear feedback given on progress? Is student knowledge and understanding increased? Is there an opportunity for students to demonstrate increased knowledge and understanding? Are reading and writing skills developed?End of lesson: Are the LO reviewed? Are questions used to check what learning has taken place? Is there feedback? 1. teacher to students, 2. Self assessment, 3. peer assessment Is the next lesson previewed? Is the lesson brought to a clear close?