Related requirements are national, state, or school standards (NSC) that dictate what you need to teach in a class.
Teaching at any level (early childhood, primary, secondary, ect.) requires the need to for you to tie your lessons to certification requirements (attainment targets); be it PEP, CXC/CSEC, as well as other national examinations.
Every lesson you teach should help you hit those requirements. Listing them in your lesson plans helps you satisfy those requirements while focusing on the end goal of your class!
On top of that, some administrators require teachers to distinctly show how they will teach core standards in each lesson.
When these are included in your lesson plans, you’ve got a quick reference to prove you’re on the ball!
Listing the core standards or subject items on your lesson plan, is indeed a smart way of using the exact organizational system found on your standards to make sure your class aligns.
If you don’t have the specific outline for your core standards, ask another teacher or your administrator where you can find or develop them.
To get detailed examination requirements, check the assessment unit of the ministry’s website for an exam outline or test plan.
Laying out each lesson plan according to your requirements can be tedious work, but it will ultimately help you stay organized and aligned with what you’re supposed to teach!