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Lesson Planning

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Alejandro Hernandez

on 25 September 2014

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Transcript of Lesson Planning

Lesson Planning
Alejandro Hernandez

Main Idea
Why is it important to lesson plan?
Today's Agenda
Welcome to the 2014 Fall POLY Workshop

Introduce class management procedures
Examine one model of effective teaching
Differentiate lesson plans according to level
Create an effective lesson plan
Wrap-Up with Q&A
Part of the lesson that focuses on objectives, and target language
Teacher models the target language and aims to strengthen the students' abilities
Stimulates the interest of the students by getting them involved in the lesson
Activities and materials which tend to engage students include; games discussions, music, images or stories
The stage where students apply what they know; students should use the language as freely as possible
The main focus is not on 'accuracy' but rather fluency.
Quote of the Day
Any questions?
"Before anything else,
preparation is the key to
Essential tips for the classroom:
1. Always plan ahead
2. Get students

3. Establish classroom
rules & expectations early
4. Write classroom objectives on the board daily
5. Keep them engaged and motivated
Linear model for effective planning
Alexander Graham Bell
Differentiating lesson plans
Lower Grades
More audio-visual techniques
Write as much on the board while communicating
Convey ideas clearly and carefully and do more scaffolding
Middle grades
Less audio-visual techniques
Scaffold only on individual activities
Implement supplementary material if necessary
upper grades
No audio-visual techniques needed
Spend less time in "study" stage and more time on "activate"
Emphasize independence or teamwork to accomplish a goal
final task
2: To establish
solid communication

5: To prepare students for success
4. To strengthen
in-class performance
3. To create variety among
different levels

1. To transition activities
Important notes:
*Work with your group make a detailed lesson plan for your subject

*Share your ideas with the class.

Let's observe the three stages in this vocabulary lesson
Model lesson plan
Keep in mind:
#1. Limited Time

*You must cover material
in a given amount of time
*Many duties to do in one class such as taking quizzes, checking homework, etc.

#2. Not everything goes to plan
*Don't panic if lessons don't go smoothly,
it's a learning curve.
* Students may not respond to you,
so always have a back-up plan.
I'm so frustrated. Where do I even begin?
1. In order to make a classroom run smoothly try these tips:
Side note:
Pacing is important, so use a timer.

It will ensure that students stay on task.
Task #2: connect the lesson
1. Connect the
2. Transition from
to the
3. Include
4. Share your ideas with the class.

*Look carefully at the weekly schedules & textbooks for
*Examine the skills for R, G, and V
*Share your thoughts with the class

Let's get started
Task #1:
*Not all stages will be used evenly
*Stage order could be changed
depending on the lesson
*Pace the lesson accordingly
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