10 Great Lesson Planning Templates And Resources
Recently I wrote about ways to learn through writing lesson plans. Though I believe there’s no right way to write lesson plans, I think it’s helpful to include a few essential components: Objective/learning goal: What will students learn through this lesson?Time: Estimate how long each part of the lesson will take.Differentiation strategies: How will you support students who need extra help and students who need an extra challenge?Sequence: Describe what will happen during each part of the lesson.Assessment: how will you know what students have learned? Check out Scholastic’s New Teacher Guide to Lesson Planning for more information on the basics of lesson planning. Back in July, a teacher posted a question on Q&A asking for a Common Core lesson planning template. Common Curriculum is a terrific and free online lesson planner that allows you to align your lessons to CCSS and organize lessons by days, weeks, or months. Pinterest is chock-full of lesson planning ideas.
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