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SIX STEPS TO EFFECTIVE LESSON PLANNING. Expectations Pre-assessment Assessment. 4. Content 5. Strategies 6. Reflections. EXPECTATIONS. Derived from current Ministry of Education Guidelines

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Six steps to effective lesson planning

SIX STEPS TO EFFECTIVE LESSON PLANNING

Expectations

Pre-assessment

Assessment


Six steps to effective lesson planning

4. Content

5. Strategies

6. Reflections


Expectations

EXPECTATIONS

  • Derived from current Ministry of Education Guidelines

  • Can be modified as appropriate to reflect a students’ current I.E.P.


Pre assessment

PRE-ASSESSMENT

  • What do you know about the learners’ needs?

  • What needs to be done to make the learning environment suitable for the lesson?

  • What resources will be needed?


Assessment

ASSESSMENT

  • Backward design

  • Tell the learner what he/she will know or be able to do at the end of the lesson.

  • Determine how the learners will demonstrate their learning.

  • Consider including choices to accommodate learning styles.

  • Try to integrate assessment with expectations from other subject areas.


Content

CONTENT

  • Introduction – “hook” them!

    - See p.62 of Creating the

    Dynamic Classroom for some

    general motivation strategies

  • Establishing the Learning

    - model, model , model!


Strategies

STRATEGIES

  • Move through the 4 Phases of Instruction

    - Motivation ( the hook)

    - New Learning ( model)

    - Consolidation ( use new

    learning in “near” contexts)

    - Application(s) ( use new

    learning in “far” or removed

    contexts)

    * Strategies can be accommodated for special needs.


Reflections

REFLECTIONS

  • Were expectations achieved?

  • Were strategies effective?

  • What should be done differently next time?

  • Establish “next steps” for solidifying this learning.


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