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    Lesson Planning

    ~~ What’s a lesson plan? Your lesson plan should be a framework for your lesson. A successful plan has a strong start and a clear finishing point. The stages in between are to get you from one to the other. A Lesson Plan is simply a step-by-step guide to what a teacher plans to do in the classroom on a given day: the more detailed the better.  Ideally, you should be able to produce a plan that could be read by another teacher who would know exactly how to teach your class. A good plan might also include specific gestures and cues used in different parts of the lesson.  How do I plan

    Writing a Lesson Plan

    Understanding the parts of a lesson plan is among the first steps in closing the achievement gap. It is only when teachers can plan lessons effectively that they will be able to teach all their students, regardless of their socioeconomic background, sex or culture. Lesson plans are a common feature in the lives of most teachers. Without a well written plan, teachers will be ill prepared, and this will affect their ability to close the achievement gap. Writing a quality lesson plan can be a challenging task for teachers and they may sometimes engage the help of websites which provide writing se

    Creating Plans For the Substitute - Tips For First Time Teachers

    When you're sick the last thing you'll want when you return to school is more work fixing things after the substitute covers for you. Here's a quick guide to help you make great lesson plans for your sub.

    How to Prepare for School Projects

    This article is informative about that usefulness of being prepared. Being prepared when it comes to school is a better use of time.

    Launching Your Teaching Career - Part 5 - Wise Assessment

    Teaching that meets the learning needs of each student requires enormous amounts of reflection and being attuned to students. These lead to adjustments in lessons, modifications in strategies, a group approach with one student or one-on-one interaction with others.

    Moon Phase Lesson Plan for Elementary-Age Students

    Understanding the phases of the moon can be a tricky concept for a child in elementary school. There are many different aspects of the phases of the moon that children should learn. A moon phase lesson plan should be educational, yet fun so the students can better understand the lesson they are taught.