How to Make Your Classes Better/Lesson Plan 2

The following lesson plan format has a good fit with modular curricula.


Example 2

Title: What I will do: What the students will do:
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Aim(s):
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Objectives / Intended Learning Outcomes

At the end of this lesson the students should be able to:

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Behaviourism is a theory of animal and human learning that focuses on objectively observable behaviours. Behaviour theorists define learning as the acquisition of new behaviour. Taken to extremes this can discount mental processes entirely. It is not, however, necessary to accept this extremist view in order to make use of behaviourist theory. Rather using behaviourist language to define learning objectives (and outcomes), where this is possible, enables more efficient testing of learning and evaluation of teaching. It also enables students to study more effectively because they have a better idea what the need to do in order to maximise their marks.

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