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Use this page to describe lesson plan for class. Most teachers use detailed lesson plans when they teach. Often these plans include required elements that must be mastered by students to pass exams required by the school system. Introduce the following lesson plan by explaining the context date time instructor or any other information that is needed. Title of the Lesson e. g. " Adverbs and Their Usage" or " Basic Color Theory" Time Required. Insert the time needed to complete the lesson e. g. " hour" Materials. Insert the list of materials required or textbook pages to refer to. Objectives. List the lessons objectives. These might be knowledge objectives what the student should know after completing the lesson or behavioral objectives skills the student should be able to demonstrate after completing the lesson.
Setup. Describe the setup or lead in for the lesson. This might be summary of previous lesson set of questions to ask or description of problem that must be solved. Sequence. Describe the sequence that the lesson should follow. For example this might be list of questions and answers to be discussed by the instructor or series of short practice exercises interspersed with discussions. Skills Practice. Describe exercises that will allow students to practice their new skills or extend their knowledge by themselves. This might be in class practice or homework to be assigned. Lesson Conclusion. Describe how the lesson should be concluded. You may want to refer to previous lessons or describe how this lesson will factor into the next lesson in the sequence. Evaluation. Describe how skills and or knowledge from this lesson will be evaluated such as in test. You may want to include the actual test questions or exercises.
Notes. You may want to include an instruction and space here for the instructor to make notes before or after teaching this lesson.