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  1. 1. How to Make A Lesson Plan Presented by Munira Hassan Ali Academic Manager Primary
  2. 2. Think……. What is a lesson plan?
  3. 3. What is a lesson plan • A lesson plan is a written guide for teachers 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 lesson. - Education Dictionaries
  4. 4. Think……. What to consider when writing a lesson plan?
  5. 5. What to consider when designing a lesson plan? •Know Your Students •Know the Content •Know the Instructional Materials
  6. 6. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objective Procedures & Presentation Written Work/ Practice Closure/ Assessment Brainstorming
  7. 7. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objectives Brainstorming Procedures & Presentation Written work/ Practice Closure/ Assessment Basic information about the lesson 1. Name of lesson. 2. Subject 3. Grade level 4. General Description of lesson 5. Standard
  8. 8. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objectives Brainstorming Procedures & Presentation Written work/ Practice Closure/ Assessment  Determine what you want Students to learn and be able to do  Focus on the concept or skill which you intend to teach  S.M.A.R.T- Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Result_oriented and time bound. Example: By the end of the unit, the students will be able to: locate and label at least 3 provinces of Pakistan in a map
  9. 9. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objectives Brainstorming Procedures & Presentation Written work/ Practice Closure/ Assessment Cognitive domain Affective domain Psychomotor domain Cognitive Domain The students will be able to name and identify the parts of the circuit in the given diagram with 100% accuracy Psychomotor Domain Students will be able to construct a working simple circuit when provided with wire, a light bulb, and a battery.
  10. 10. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objectives Brainstorming Procedures & Presentation Written work/ Practice Closure/ Assessment  Grab the attention of the Students  Provides the INTEREST / MOTIVATION factor  Set the tone for the lesson connected to the objective a. A question b. A story c. A saying d. An activity e. A discussion starter Not more than 5 mins
  11. 11. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objectives Brainstorming Procedures & Presentation Written work/ Practice Closure/ Assessment  Sets up a Step-by-Step Plan  A way, technique or process of or doing something  Provides specific activities to assist students in developing the new knowledge. • Graphic organizers . Debates • Cooperative Groups - Memorization • Performances . Inquiry learning • Role Playing . Direct Instruction . Projects
  12. 12. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objectives Brainstorming Procedures & Presentation Written work/ Practice Closure/ Assessment  Applying what is learned  Guided Practice (teacher controlled)  Independent Practice
  13. 13. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objectives Brainstorming Procedures & Presentation Written work/ Practice Closure/ 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
  14. 14. Key Components of a lesson Plan Profile Objectives Brainstorming Procedures & Presentation Written work/ Practice Closure/ Assessment  Some commonly used assessment activities: . quizzes . independently performed worksheets(H.W) . Cooperative learning activities . Hands-on experiments . Oral discussion . Question-and –answer sessions
  15. 15. AND…… Take time to reflect upon the result, and revise the lesson plan accordingly!
  16. 16. 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 Models
  17. 17. Three Lesson Plan Models Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction Madeline Hunter’s Seven Step Lesson Plan Model The 5E’s Model  Engage  Explore  Explain  Elaborate  Evaluate
  18. 18. Good Planning • Keeps the teacher and students on track • Achieves the objectives • Helps teachers to avoid “unpleasant” surprises • Provides the roadmap and visuals in a logical sequence • Provides direction to a substitute • Encourages reflection, refinement, and improvement • Enhances student achievement
  19. 19. Poor Planning • Frustration for the teacher and the student • Aimless wandering • Unmet objectives • No connections to prior learning's • Disorganization • Lack of needed materials • A waste of time • Poor management
  20. 20. A Good Lesson Includes: • Objective - expected student behavior • Warm – up and introduction • Procedure • Materials – worksheets, film, text, etc. • Presentation • Practice • Application • Closure • Evaluation-test, assignment, teacher observation ,etc.

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