Sunday, 6 February 2011

The Lesson Plan

The Lesson Plan, The Teacher And The Students
At the early age (pre school age), we start to send our kids to the school to learn the things around as they grow. The teacher as the facilitator in the classroom is a crucial factor that needs extra-ordinary skills to guide these children as they learn.
The teachers should know how to formulate a lesson plan to be taught within that specific period of time. But what really is the factor this lesson plan has? In some point of view, teacher lesson plan will guide the teacher in discussing the whole lesson in a given time. The lesson plan is the time table of instruction to be discussed. Though the teacher needs to mention additional examples of the topic not included in lesson plan, teachers do these to make sure the lesson is understood by the learners. If need be, the teacher should provide a wider range of examples for the learners to grasp what is being taught.

In the pre-school age, lesson plan should not be imposed because the books used are already designed to teach these learners in a step by step process. Lesson plan in this case is, but is just another burden to the teacher in facilitating learning.
Pre-school level should not merely focus on the lesson proper because these youngsters are not yet that ready to go formal education unlike the higher grades. The games or educational games will serve as an unfreezing point for the teacher to make learning enjoyable.
Teacher lesson plan serves as a tool for the teacher in teaching the topic, but there are times this plan is not being followed because of unavoidable circumstances. Let us say the lesson was interrupted in the middle part of the plan for that hour, in the next day the teacher could used again the lesson plan starting on the part that was interrupted. Only the teacher should formulate an extended motivation for the students to determine that it is continuation of the lesson.
1st grade teachers are always on the lookout for good lesson plans. With the various ability and interest levels and the learning styles of
the students, you may need different methods of presentation or evaluation to make each
plan work for you.

With a reading and writing lesson, the two don't need to be taught separately, but can easily be integrated or even taught in combination with a Science or Social Studies lesson. You may
have children in Grade 1 reading at preschool level, while others are reading at a grade 3
level or higher. All First grade teachers need to get to know the strengths and weaknesses of their students in order to plan effective lessons.
The best lessons not only give us information but have us grow. We learn best when we are willing students. We won't always know when we are right in the middle of a life lesson. It is only later with time and hindsight do we realize what we learned.
What are we learning? We acquire skills over the course of our life. Learning never ends. Nonetheless study continues. Sometimes the lessons smack us upside the head with their impact. The idea of life as lesson can chafe at us. What lessons do we want to learn?
What is needed is a willingness to keep growing. Lesson Plans
School teachers have lesson plans. Create your own. The fancy wedding is instead a solo life lived in the mountains. Create a lesson plan for your life going forward. This lesson plan is in your control. Our life lessons can empower us. Ask questions. Look for new information and transform you life one lesson at a time.


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