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PostedThu, Jun 27th 2019 19:31 PM
What is Closure in a Lesson Plan? The closure is the time when you wrap up a lesson plan and help students organize the information in a meaningful context in their minds. This helps students better understand what they have learned and provides a way in which they can apply it to the world around them. A strong closure can help students better retain information beyond the immediate learning environment. A brief summary or overview is often appropriate; it doesn`t have to be an extensive review. A helpful activity when closing a lesson is to engage students in a quick discussion about what exactly they learned and what it means to them now.
If you`re conducting a science experiment lesson, make sure you have all of the ingredients needed so that all students can complete the experiment. You don`t want to give a science lesson on creating a volcano and find out once students are gathered and ready that you`ve forgotten a key ingredient like baking soda.