What Makes Up a Good Lesson Plan?

Created by Quiq Labs, Modified on Tue, 09 Aug 2022 at 08:49 PM by Quiq Labs

As you plan your lesson, it is important to ask yourself the following questions before you begin:

  1. Who are your students?
    • Considering the Grade Level of the target students, you may determine their interests and learning preferences. It will lead you to what activities would appeal to them for more effective learning on their part.
  2. What do your students already know?
    • Basing from their Grade Level and the Subject Matter, being able to identify the prior knowledge of your students would be helpful to know where you should start and what other aspects of the lesson you should work on.
  3. What’s the best way to get them to learn?
    • This includes having a clue on what type of learners you will be dealing with (i.e. Visual, Auditory, or Kinesthetic), your learning objectives, and your resources that are available.

Now that you are ready to write your lesson plan, it is important to make sure that you choose a GREAT title, write a very clear description & objective, create a summary excerpt, and define at least 3 vocabulary terms.

Title -  A line or phrase that describes the lesson. It may be as simple or creative as possible. Proper capitalization must be taken into consideration.

Description - This field enables you to add a brief lesson plan description. The description must answer the question “What is the lesson about”. This field must contain 30-50 words. 

Objective - This field lets you add the lesson’s objective. 15-20 words that explain the things that you want to accomplish as you do your lesson.

Excerpt - This field provides an overview of the lesson and will be displayed in the lesson plan card together with the Main Image. This field must contain up to 180-200 characters, use this tool for character count.

Vocabulary Terms - This option allows you to add vocabulary terms that students will learn throughout the activity. A minimum of at least three terms entries.

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