How to Make Your Classes Better/Exercise 3

Before doing this you might find it useful to study the following document as it contains highly relevant prompts for reflection.

http://www.bcit.ca/files/idc/pdf/htlessonplans.pdf

Exercise 3

Title of Class (use a title that makes the topic of the session clear) Description of the Learning Group including information about programme and module.
National Framework(link) Level: Number of ECTS (link) credits:
Intended Learning Outcomes for the Session: Related Programme or Module Outcomes:


Beginning: Timeline:
What I (the teacher) will do:
What my students will do:

Resources required for beginning section of class:
Middle:
What I (the teacher) will do:
What my students will do:

Resources required for middle section of class:
End:
What I (the teacher) will do:
What my students will do:

Resources required for end section of class:


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This is called the McMahon-Jennings tripartite planning model. Other ideas for the format of lesson plans can be found at:

http://faculty.academyart.edu/...

http://teaching.berkeley.edu/...

Other prompts to reflection on lesson planning can be found at:

http://www.ferris.edu/...

An excellent alternative online guide to producing lesson plans that involves reflective planning can be found at:

http://www.schreyerinstitute.psu.edu/...


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