Week 7 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log | October 9 – 13, 2023 DLLs
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Effective Lesson Plans
Effective lesson planning is a crucial part of teaching and there are key things that make it work well. Each of these things is special in its own way but they all come together to create strong lesson plans for effective teachers.
Lesson plans are like a window that lets us see how teachers think about their lessons. These plans show what teachers are going to do each day in class. Sometimes, people call them daily lesson plans. There are two main types of lesson plans: conventional and alternative.
Conventional lesson are made by setting goals, coming up with different ways to reach those goals, predicting what will happen with each way and then seeing which way is the best for reaching the goals.
When teachers use this way of planning, they ask these questions to make sure their planning is effective:
- What should the school aim for in education?
- What kind of learning experiences can help achieve these aims?
- How can we organize these learning experiences well?
- How can we know if the aims are being met?
Most teachers don’t write down long lesson plans. They usually have a general idea in their mind. Because classrooms can change quickly, teachers know that their plans might not always happen as they thought. So, sometimes the goals for teaching might not be clear.
But, there are other ways to make lesson plans. One way is called naturalistic or organic planning. In this way, teachers start with the activities and let the goals come from the activities. It’s like starting in the middle and working toward the end.
With naturalistic planning, the techniques and frameworks are just tools to help teachers reach their goals. These tools can be left behind once teachers know how to use them. This is different from conventional plans that stay the same even when teachers get more experience.
Another way to make lesson plans is the interactional method. This way is about how teachers and students interact in class. It doesn’t focus on specific goals or shapes for lessons. Instead, it looks at how teaching changes as students and teachers talk and work together. It’s like a musical performance where the plan is like the score but the actual teaching can change based on how things go.
No matter which way teachers make lesson plans, they all have things in common like goals and activities. The big question is whether these plans help teachers teach effectively or not.
Week 7 – 1st Quarter Daily Lesson Log |
October 9 – 13, 2023 DLLs
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