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How to make lesson plan

How to Make Lesson Plan


Think

What is a lesson plan?

Think…


What is a lesson plan

What is a lesson plan

  • A teacher’s detailed description of the courseof instruction for an individual lesson.

    • -- Wikipedia Dictionaries

  • A lesson plan is a written guide for trainers plans in order to achieve the intended learning outcomes. It provides specific definition and direction on learning objectives, equipment, instructional media material requirements, and conduct of the training.

    • -- Education Dictionaries


  • Think1

    What is the purpose of a lesson plan?

    Think…


    How to make lesson plan

    Communicateto… You


    Think2

    What to consider when writing a lesson plan?

    Think…


    What to consider when writing a lesson plan

    What to consider when writing a lesson plan

    Modified from sources: What to Consider When Writing a Lesson Plan


    What to consider when designing a lesson plan

    What to consider when designing a lesson plan?

    Know your students

    Know the content

    Know the materials

    • Ability & interest levels

    • Backgrounds

    • Attention spans

    • Ability to work together in groups

    • Prior knowledge and learning experiences

    • Special needs or accommodations

    • Learning preferences


    What to consider when designing a lesson plan1

    What to consider when designing a lesson plan?

    Know your students

    Know the content

    Know the materials

    • Subject matter that you will be teaching

    • State/school district curriculum guides

    • National/state curriculum standards


    What to consider when designing a lesson plan2

    What to consider when designing a lesson plan?

    Know your students

    Know the content

    Know the materials

    • Technology

    • Software

    • Audio/visuals

    • Teacher mentors

    • Community resources

    • Equipment

    • Library resources

    • Local guest speakers


    Key components of a lesson plan

    Key components of a lesson plan


    Key components of a lesson plan1

    Key components of a lesson plan

    Profile

    Objectives

    Materials/ Equipments

    Procedure

    Assessment

    • Basic information about the lesson

      • Name of lesson

      • Contributor

      • Subject

      • Grade level

      • Instructional settings: Small Group, Whole class

      • General Description of lesson

      • Standards


    Key components of a lesson plan2

    Key components of a lesson plan

    Profile

    Objectives

    Materials/ Equipments

    Procedure

    Assessment

    • Determine what you want students to learn and be able to do

    • Focus on the concept or skill which you intend to teach

      • E.g. Organize, design and prototype content-rich Web sites that are easy to navigate and search


    Think3

    Profile -> Objectives -> Materials/Equipment -> Procedure -> Assessment

    The types of instructional materials

    Think…


    Key components of a lesson plan3

    Key components of a lesson plan

    Profile

    Objectives

    Materials/ Equipments

    Procedure

    Assessment

    • Materials

      • Power Point presentations (visual aids)

      • Text Books

      • Journal Articles

      • Multimedia materials: Instructional video or audio

      • Job-aid

      • Rubric

      • Checklist

    Modified from sources: Designing Instructional Materials


    Think4

    Profile -> Objectives -> Materials/Equipment -> Procedure -> Assessment

    The equipment available for the instructor

    Think…


    Key components of a lesson plan4

    Key components of a lesson plan

    Profile

    Objectives

    Materials/ Equipments

    Procedure

    Assessment

    • Commonly used instructional equipments

      • Software applications

        • PowerPoint

        • Media Player

      • Computer equipment

        • Computer

        • Internet connection

      • Video equipment

        • Projector

    Modified from sources: Designing Instructional Materials


    Key components of a lesson plan5

    Key components of a lesson plan

    Profile

    Objectives

    Materials/ Equipments

    Procedure

    Assessment

    • Outlining the STEPS of the teaching process

      • Useful Instructional Strategies

      • Using the Appropriate Technique in Your Lesson Plan


    Key components of a lesson plan6

    Key components of a lesson plan

    Profile

    Objectives

    Materials/ Equipments

    Procedure

    Assessment

    • Assess the outcome and to what extent the objectives were achieved

    • Ensure the assessment activity is directly and explicitly tied to the stated objectives.

    • Take time to reflect upon the result, and revise the lesson plan accordingly


    Think5

    Profile -> Objectives -> Materials/Equipment -> Procedure -> Closure -> Assessment

    The assessment activities available for the instructor

    Think…


    Key components of a lesson plan7

    Key components of a lesson plan

    Profile

    Objectives

    Materials/ Equipments

    Procedure

    Assessment

    • Some commonly used assessment activities:

      • quizzes

      • tests

      • independently performed worksheets

      • cooperative learning activities

      • hands-on experiments

      • oral discussion

      • question-and-answer sessions


    Take time to reflect upon the result and revise the lesson plan accordingly

    AND…

    Take time to reflect upon the result, and revise the lesson plan accordingly!


    Three lesson plan models

    Three Lesson Plan Models

    Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction

    Madeline Hunter's Seven Step Lesson Plan Model

    The 5E’s Model

    Check handouts for detailed information


    Three lesson plan models1

    Gain attention

    Inform learners of objectives

    Stimulate recall of prior learning

    Present the stimulus

    Provide “learning guidance

    Elicit performance (practice)

    Provide feedback

    Assess performance

    Enhance retention and transfer

    Three Lesson Plan Models

    Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction

    Madeline Hunter's Seven Step Lesson Plan Model

    The 5E’s Model


    Three lesson plan models2

    • Step 1. Review

    • Step 2. Anticipatory Set

    • Step 3. Objective

    • Step 4. Input and modeling

    • Step 5. Checking understanding

    • Step 6. Guided practice

    • Step 7. Independent practice

    Three Lesson Plan Models

    Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction

    Madeline Hunter's Seven Step Lesson Plan Model

    The 5E’s Model


    Three lesson plan models3

    • Engage

    • Explore

    • Explain

    • Elaborate

    • Evaluate

    Three Lesson Plan Models

    Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction

    Madeline Hunter's Seven Step Lesson Plan Model

    The 5E’s Model


    Activity

    Activity

    • In teams of 2, read through the given exemplary lesson plan, then

      • Review the key components of a lesson plan

      • Collaboratively design a lesson plan by using the lesson plan template

      • Try to incorporate the strategies, techniques and lesson plan models introduced before in your lesson plan

        • Useful Instructional Strategies

        • Using the Appropriate Technique in Your Lesson Plan

      • Evaluate and revise your lesson by using the lesson plan checklist

    • Time: 30 minutes


    Activity1

    Activity

    • Share your lesson plan with the class

    • Critique other groups’ lesson plans, and discuss how to fix the existing problems:

      • learning objectives are clearly defined

      • Instructional materials, equipment, techniques and strategies are appropriately selected

      • Procedure is clearly stated

      • assessment activities are directly and explicitly tied to the stated objectives


    Reference

    Reference

    • Omrod, J.E. (2008) Human Learning (5th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.

    • Madeline Hunter. (Year). Components of a Lesson Plan. Retrieved June 5, 2010 from: http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/fieldexperiences//pdfs/lessonplandirect.pdf

    • Lewis, Beth (2010). Top 8 Components of a Well-Written Lesson Plan. Retrieved June 5, 2010 from: http://k6educators.about.com/od/lessonplanheadquarters/tp/8_steps_lp.htm

    • CLRN. (2002). Lesson Plan Builder Worksheet. Retrieved June 5, 2010 from: http://www.lessonplanbuilder.org/lessons/help.cfm

    • BCIT. (2003). Preparing Lesson Plan. BCIT Learning and Teaching Centre. Retrieved July 9, 2010 from: http://www.bcit.ca/files/idc/pdf/htlessonplans.pdf

    • Gagne, R.M., Wager, W. W., Golas, K. C., & Kelle, J. M. (2005). Principle of Instructional Design (5th Edition). Belmont, CA: Thomson Learning, Inc.

    • Teachnology (2010) What to Consider When Writing a Lesson Plan. Retrieved July 5, 2010 from: http://www.teach-nology.com/tutorials/teaching/lesson_plan/


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