Teach English in Xintang Zhen - Chaozhou Shi

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General Lesson Plan Outline I. Objective Something to Remember: Students learn more effectively when they know what they are supposed to learn; teachers teach more effectively as well. A. What knowledge/process/skill do you expect the learner to be able to demonstrate? or B. What will the learner be able to do by the time they finish the lesson? II. Rationale (Stated in Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks) (http://arkedu.state.ar.us/curriculum/frameworks.html) Rationale: Your reason or justification for the particular objective in question. III. Materials Needed to Accomplish Objective Text, Reference Materials, Technology Materials, Internet Sites, Teaching Aids, IV. Introductory Activity (Set) Introductory activity is often referred to as a) focusing activity, b)motivation to learn, c)setting the stage, d) set induction, e)anticipatory set. A. What can you do to focus the learner's attention on the lesson? B. Can you tie this lesson to a previous lesson or learning? C. Can you state the objective for the activity? V. Procedures for the Lesson A. List your procedures for the lesson in the order that you will want them to occur, i. e., what will you do first, second, third, etc. B. As you list each procedure step, you should use the following checklist to check for completeness in the lesson: 1. What teaching procedure or instructional technique are you using? 2. Are you modeling for your students? 3. Are you giving them information? 4. Are you checking for their level of understanding? 5. Are you giving them independent practice? VI. Closure Closure is intended to remind the learner of the original purpose or objective of the lesson and usually includes an overview of what was taught. VII. Evaluation of the Learner A. How will you determine that the learner has acquired the knowledge, process, or skills you intended for them to acquire? B. Will grades be assigned and recorded? C. How does the strategy you demonstrate affect students that have reading and/or learning difficulties? VIII. Self-evaluation of the Lesson Effectiveness A. Identify strengths of the lesson. B. Given another opportunity to teach the same lesson, what changes would you make in designing the lesson plan, delivering instruction, use of materials, and/or management? Reflection Guidelines Use these questions after each lesson to reflect on your teaching. 1. What were the weaknesses of the lesson? 2. What were the strengths of the lesson? 3. Did the objective concur with the lesson taught? 4. Did the class make the connections between the objectives and the lesson taught/ 5. Was the content and time frame appropriate (too much time; too little content)? 6. Did the activities fit the content being taught? 7. Did the assessment used in the lesson provide adequate information about the learning? 8. Were the classroom management techniques appropriate? 9. What would you have changed about the lesson?