Teach English in CAojun Zhen - Yueyang Shi

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Lesson plans are a guided document created by teachers for a specific learning objective for a target group of learners. Lesson plans are essential to every teacher whether you are teaching young learners just starting out or adult students business language. Lesson plans are important because they are a guided plan, a visual and written document to work from, and a historical record. These are the key points that will be covered in this summative task. Lesson plans are a guided plan created for your specific students. It starts with a learning objective. What do you wish your students to learn by the end of the lesson. Once an objective is set, you can build your lesson from that point. This will allow you to take a look and focus in on how you wish the lesson to go to achieve your designated target. The breakdown of this is called the procedure. Starting the lesson with an engage phase and ending the lesson with an activate phase and all the different teaching phases in-between will be planned out with a designated time. A lesson plan will allow you to focus on the anticipated problems for both you as a teacher and the students who are learning the objective. This will help you prepare a solution to the problem before it arises. You can also as a teacher set your own personal aims and what you wish to accomplish in the lesson. This can be anything as using a certain teaching method successfully. This guide will also let you look at the materials that will be needed for the lesson and plan out activities. If you know you are going to need post-it notes or markers, that can be listed in the lesson plan so you as a teacher have a visual reference to the materials you need for class. This will allow you to be prepared before class starts. Lesson plans are constantly changing and being altered even during a lesson. This is why they are a working document. You already planned out your procedures when you created the lesson plan, but as stated above this is a guide. You have to learn to be flexible when teaching a lesson. This can change based on student participation and involvement. Keep in mind; it is not about making sure you get through everything in the time you set on your lesson plan. It is about making sure the students successfully learn the learning objective set forth in the lesson plan. If a particular activity takes longer than expected or students are engaged asking questions then this is an acceptable adjustment to your working lesson plan. This is not to say you should never stick to your lesson plan. Thesis to say that it can be adjusted. Planned activities can always be moved to the next lesson if the time allotted does not allow for all things in the lesson plan to be met. It also serves as a visual queue to teachers to make sure that they are staying on task and not straying to far away from the learning objective. It is easy to get off task in a classroom. Having a lesson plan in front of you can keep you focused in on the task at hand and help you move smoothly from one phase to the next. Lastly lesson plans are a historical record. It can be a detailed record of what has been covered in the class and what activities and materials have been used. It can also serve as a guide for a substitute teacher if for some reason you cannot be in the classroom for a day. This is why a lesson plan should be simple, clear and concise. All a substitute teacher should have to be given is the materials needed to teach the class and the lesson plan. Lesson planning is necessary for every teacher. It is a useful guide to make sure you know your learning objective, what materials you are using to teach that learning objective, and problems that can arise. It gives teachers a visual representation of what they should be teaching to stay on task, and is a historical record as to what has been taught in the class over a period of time. This is why lesson plans are important in all teaching situations.