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Four Part Lesson Plan

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Mark Farrugia

on 15 March 2014

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Transcript of Four Part Lesson Plan

Four Part Lesson Plan
A class thinking activity which is related to the lesson/topic. It provides a hook for the lesson. It can be used to refresh prior knowledge, to bridge learning from previous lessons into the current one or stimulate questioning. As a routine it allows time to organise and settle the class for the lesson.
At this point state what learning activities they are doing and why, and if appropriate, give the homework. This means if time is an issue the homework has been set.
Be explicit in what the learning outcomes are: what to do, how and what an excellent piece of work looks like. Provide examples/model the expected outcome. This provides the basis for self- assessment and peer assessment.
Teach the whole class specific content or technique. This should be linked to the activities/homework.
Two lesson activities:

First activity:
Learning activities based knowledge/understanding/application level objectives -activities. It is something the auditory learners might like. This is whole class activity. It is a comprehension exercise, complete 5 questions, etc.. The aim of this short activity is to check the input’s understanding. Keep this a short session, 5minutes. Stop and go through the questions to check understanding, re teach any points if necessary.

Second activity:
This is higher level learning activity: it is problem solving, inductive learning, create a solution, design etc. This will appeal to the kinaesthetic (and some extent visual learners). The outcome requires thought and the process will use the new ideas from the input, but also prior learning and the students own ideas/knowledge.
Useful to go back to the starter and ask for another answer or changes they would make to their original answer. Useful to check progress, understanding and where to begin the next lesson.
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