Lesson Plans Details
TopicHow to teach students self-advocacy.
PostedMon, Jul 08th 2019 14:09 PM
As with all planning, the format of lesson plans will vary from school to school. Many school districts provide lesson-plan books, while others allow teachers to develop their own format. Regardless of the format, Your lessons should be readable and detailed enough that a substitute teacher could teach from them in an emergency.
However, developing a strong closure, which is the fifth step in writing a strong and effective 8-step lesson plan for elementary school students, is the key to classroom success. As we have previously outlined, defining the Objective, Anticipatory Set, Direct Instruction and Guided Practice, are the first four steps, leaving the Closure section as a method which provides a fitting conclusion and context for the student learning that has taken place.