Lesson Plan Format
much time the lesson will approximately entail.
Pre-Instruction: What does the instructor nee to do to prepare for the lesson/class? What does the instructor need to create/prepare?
Materials Needed: What equipment or materials are needed to present the lesson?
should the learners be able to do as a result of the teaching? What skills are
to be demonstrated and in what manner?
"hook" (motivation) - to focus learners’ attention on the
- provide information needed for learners to gain skill.
- Instructor shows learners examples of what is expected as an end product of
- (Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives)
for each learner to demonstrate grasp of the skill by working through an
activity or exercise under the instructor’s direct supervision. The instructor
moves around the room to determine the level of mastery and to provide
individual remediation as needed.
Evaluation: Asking each learner to demonstrate mastery. The purpose of this session. The handouts are not substitutes for instructor lead delivery and monitoring of learner skill attainment.
Closure: Review and clarify the key points of the lesson.
Vocabulary: Key words for understanding concepts and functions.
Instructor Comments: Made by the lesson author based upon experience delivering the lesson in a classroom environment.
Instructor Reflections: Made by the lesson author, however space provided so that an instructor can add his/her comments after delivering the lesson.
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