Lesson Plans: What are your thought on them?

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  1. bewlove

    bewlove Companion

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    Sep 29, 2015

    I will say that I feel that my lesson goes a lot more smoothly when I have good plans. That doesn't necessarily mean that I've typed them up, but when I've given some forethought about what questions I will ask, what my learning goals are, etc.

    When I try and throw something together last minute, I don't feel like my kids get as much out of it.
     
  2. adeeb

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    I don't believe that formal lesson plans should be required, but I do think having some sort of plan is a good idea, even if it is a rough outline. If you do have to write a formal lesson plan, I would put in some wiggle room so you can be flexible with both the timing and the content. Otherwise, you won't be able to change the lesson based on student understanding/engagement. Classes almost never work out exactly as planned, so make sure you're pragmatic with your approach.
     

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