Lesson Planning

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  • 1. The Lesson Plan

2. How To Plan

  • Know your LearningOutcomes
  • Schedule your LearningEvents
  • Vary your LearningActivities

3. What are thecharacteristicsof good learning outcomes? 4. Achievable 5. Observable 6. Measurable / Accessible 7. Challenging 8. 9. What is aHIGHER-ORDER Thinking Skill? 10. Blooms Taxonomy : Cognitive Domain Diploma Bachelor Post-Grad 11. In 2001, there was a revision to Blooms 12. 13. Learning iscreatingmeaning and knowledge forms 14. Gain Attention 15. Inform Learnersof the Objectives 16. Stimulate Recall of Prior Learning 17. Present the Stimulus 18. Provide Learner Guidance 19. Elicit Student Performance 20. Provide Feedback 21. Assess Performance 22. Enhance Retention & Transfer 23. Recognising anEquilateral Triangle

  • Gain attention show variety of computer-generated triangles
  • Identify objective pose question, What is an equilateral triangle?
  • Recall prior learning review definitions of triangles
  • Present stimulus give definition of equilateral triangle

24. Recognising anEquilateral Triangle

  • Guide learning show example of how to create equilateral
  • Elicit performance ask students to create 5 different examples
  • Provide feedback check all examples as correct/incorrect
  • Assess performance provide scores and remediation
  • Enhance Retention / Transfer show pictures of objects and ask studens to identify equilaterals

25. Construct a Lesson Plan!

  • Confirm yourlearning outcomes
  • Plan out your lesson, activity-by-activity

Materials / Resources Learning Activity Phase / Content Time 26. ISSUES in PLANNING

  • Over and under plan?
  • Can I plan to not finish the syllabus?
  • Can one plan be used for all classes/ cohorts?
  • Should I stick to my plan 100%?