Lesson Plans By Majid Hussain
Allstudents are able to identify the key elements to a lesson plan. • Most students are able to plan a lesson plan with a) assessment strategies,b) Differentiation. • Some students are able to highlight a) strengths, b) areas for improvement for a lesson plan. Session outcomes
Does it make you a better teacher? They are time consuming. I know what to do. Why do I need one? My Lessons never follow the lesson plan. Why do we need Lesson plans? The Lesson plans never make sense
Objectives • Outcomes • Equipment/Resources • Timing • Explanation of activity with progressions • Explanation of organisation • Assessment tools • Differentiation The key elements to a lesson plan
Mini PlenaryWhat did you learn that you could implement into your lesson plan?How can you do this?
- How to make a cup of tea? • - How to make a paper aeroplane? • - How to change a nappy? • - How to make a sandwich? • - How to plant a flower? • - How to write a letter? • - How to order food? • - How to brush your teeth? • - How to wash your clothes? • - How to tie your shoelaces? Design a lesson plan…..
Plan a lesson for 20 minutes of your chosen topic. It should have a: • Starter • - Main activity • - Plenary Include the key elements!!!!!!!!! Explanation of task
Whilst a group presents their lesson plan, the other groups are required to assess them using the peer assessment sheet given. • There are 15 questions/statements, which need to be ticked if they have achieved them. • Give them a final score out of 15. • Convert this score into the 1-4 criteria (bottom of the page) • Make sure you can justify your grade. Self/Peer assessment