Lesson Plans Details
TopicLesson plans that work.
PostedSun, Jun 02nd 2019 07:10 AM
Make a master copy or template of the planning pages you use, and write or type those activities that stay the same each week and the times they occur. Make several copies of the new page to replace the blank lesson-plan pages, but don`t copy them too far in advance, in case you change your weekly schedule. Then just fill in the blanks on the copies with specifics for the week.
Direct Instruction. This is the “meat” of your lesson plan. It’s where you present the new concept that is included in the lesson objectives. Prepare your students for success by pre-teaching key vocabulary words that are essential to understanding the concept or text you will introduce to them. When students know these key words in advance, they can focus more of their energy into learning the concept or understanding the text.