Assessment Method in Lesson Planning

Assessment Method The methods of assessment measure your students learning. the assessment let you know how the information shared in the lesson was received and/or if your lesson objectives were met. The method(s) listed in your lesson plan will most often be formative assessments. These assessments may/will vary from lesson to lesson. There are dozens ofContinue reading “Assessment Method in Lesson Planning”

Lesson Procedure in Lesson Planning

Lesson Procedure Your lesson procedure is an in-depth explanation of how the lesson will progress in the classroom. The lesson procedure is essentially step-by-step instructions that walk you through everything from the time students enter the classroom until the bell rings at the end of the period. It is best to be very detailed inContinue reading “Lesson Procedure in Lesson Planning”

Lesson Materials in Lesson Planning

Lesson Materials The next thing you need to think about putting in your lesson plan is the list of materials that you will need to teach the lesson and measure student outcomes. This section prepares you to deliver your lessons every day. Without this list, you may accidentally forget to print an important document orContinue reading “Lesson Materials in Lesson Planning”

Lesson Objectives

Lesson objectives list what students will be able to do after completing the lesson. These objectives let you easily tell if your lesson has effectively taught your students new concepts and skills. It can feel overwhelming to pin down specific takeaways for a lesson, but you can break the process into steps to do itContinue reading “Lesson Objectives”

Lesson Planning

Lesson planning is a teacher’s guide/road map of what students need to learn and how it will be done effectively during the class time. Designing appropriate learning activities and developing strategies to obtain feedback on student learning is essential when planning a lesson. Having a carefully constructed lesson plan for each lesson allows you toContinue reading “Lesson Planning”

STEM in the National Standards Curriculum

The 21st Century brings with it new challenges which we must face and overcome if we are to survive as a nation. The imperatives of the present and the future require that we create a nation of critical thinkers and problem solvers. To achieve this goal we must change the way we teach to usingContinue reading “STEM in the National Standards Curriculum”

Language Arts Lesson Plans – Grades 4, 5 and 6

TERM 1 UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIT This unit seeks to build on the skills taught in Grade 5 via the theme ‘Our Common Heritage”, sub-theme ‘Culture and Heritage’ and the focus question, ‘What was Jamaica’s road to independence?’ It facilitates the development of active listening and speaking skills through discussion of pre-independence history,Continue reading “Language Arts Lesson Plans – Grades 4, 5 and 6”

Language Arts Module

The Language Arts module is aimed at developing teachers‘ competence in the key components of Language Arts/Literacy instructions. Emphasis will be placed on the general Language Arts framework which includes lesson planning, resources, differentiated instruction, assessment and gender based learning at the primary level. The aim of this module is to: Prepare selected primary schoolContinue reading “Language Arts Module”