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Lesson planning

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1. BASIC CONCEPTS IN WRITING EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVESThe following should be considered in writing lesson plans:1. Who are to perform? (E.G., The students)2. Actual behaviour to be performed is normally found in keywords like discuss, identity, distinguish,develop, illustrate, and perform.3. What performances should be evaluated? ( e.g., essay and poetry writing, and critical analysis of a story)4. What are the conditions under which the behavior is to be performed? (e.g., a 1 hour exam, an oral exam, or arecitation for 30 minutes)5. What is the standard for evaluating the success or the achievement of an evaluative objective? ( e.g., 90% of theclass got at least 9 correct answers out of 10 questions.) 2. Sample Format Of A LessonPlan Date:_________________ Subject/Grade Level: ______________Behavioral Objectives:Cognitive: _______________________________________________________Psychomotor: ____________________________________________________Affective: _______________________________________________________Learning Resources (e.g., books, references, page numbers) ___________________Subject Matter _______________________________________________________Motivation (e.g., singing, dancing, question and answer, or writing lyrics of song)__________________________________________________________________ 3. Format A Lesson PlanStrategy can be in the form of a lecture, group discussion, film showing, or computer-aidedinstruction.Boardwork, exercises, and group activities must be written explicitly in the lesson plan. Thegeneralization must be done by learners based on logical questions of the teacher. Meanwhile, the evaluationmust be formative based on the lesson for the day. 4. Keywords In Blooms Taxonomy OfEducational Objectives 5. Psychomotor domainTaxonomy Classification Examples of InfinitivesReflex movements To flex, stretch, straighten, lengthen, shorten,and relaxFundamental movements To crawl, creep, slide, walk, jump, grasp, reach,support, tighten, handle, and begin to drawPerceptual Activities To catch, bounce, eat, write, balance, bend,draw from memory, distinguish by touching,and explorePhysical activities To endure, improve, increase, stop and start,move precisely, and touchSkilled movements(complex response)To waltz, type, play the piano, skate, juggle,paint, dive, and play golfNon-discursive communication(organization)To gesture, stand, sit gracefully, dance,perform, play, paint, and design skilfullyOrigination To create new movements for a dance