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1 Monday, January 13, Instructor Development Lesson 9

2 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Concluding Objectives –Identify, plan, and explain the importance of lesson planning –Develop a lesson plan using the six- pack format

3 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Concluding Objectives (cont) –The Six Pack The Beginning The Heart The Ending

4 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Concluding Objectives –The Six Pack – The Beginning SET –Apply the knowledge of adult learners by designing and discussing a set for the beginning of an assigned lesson OBJECTIVE –Select a method for stating the concluding objectives

5 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Concluding Objectives (cont) –The Six Pack – The Heart INFORMATION DELIVERY –Select instructional methods appropriate for the content, the students, and the environment LEARNING ACTIVITY –Explain the role of guided and independent practice during the learning process

6 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Concluding Objectives (cont) –The Six Pack – The Ending SUMMARY –Explain the steps in providing a student summary to the lesson –Explain the summarys importance to learning MONITORING and EVALUATION –Lesson 8

7 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE BEGINNING –SET Purpose –Focuses student attention –Motivates student –Makes learning more concrete and personal –Provides a mental reference point

8 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE BEGINNING –SET (cont) Characteristics –Provides a transition to new learning by hooking into previous student learning and experiences –Involves the students –Is completed in a short period of time

9 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE BEGINNING –SET Characteristics (cont) –When to use »At the beginning of a lesson »At the beginning of a new section within a lesson »At the end of a lesson to bridge to the next lesson

10 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE BEGINNING –OBJECTIVES Based on the concluding objectives Restate to the students to let them know outcome of lesson Should also be visible – outline, on board, on transparency

11 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE HEART –CONTENT DELIVERY Purpose –Presentation of the content –To give students the new information needed to master the objective

12 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE HEART –CONTENT DELIVERY (cont) Characteristics –Follows Topical outline from lesson guide –Match methods to »Concluding objectives »Type of learning (skills or concept/information lesson) »Learning level »Resources »Instructor talent »Student needs

13 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE HEART –LEARNING ACTIVITY Guided and Independent practice

14 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE HEART –LEARNING ACTIVITY (cont) Purpose –Allow students a chance to practice new skills or process new information and concepts under the guidance of an instructor –Allow instructors a chance to give immediate and specific feedback to students

15 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE HEART –LEARNING ACTIVITY (cont) Characteristics –Select methods to have student practice the learning matching the lesson type to an activity »Skills – require practice session »Information – need questions and drill activities »Concepts – do best with students explaining concepts »Monitoring and feedback of Instructors

16 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE ENDING –SUMMARY Purpose –Allows Students closure on the lesson –Refocuses student attention on the main components of the lesson

17 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack The Six Pack – THE ENDING –SUMMARY (cont) Characteristics –Matches concluding objectives –Involves the students – instructor doesnt DO the summary –Provides visual clues if necessary –Is short in length –May include a SET for the next learning

18 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Monitoring and evaluation (Lsn 8) –Ongoing monitoring Occurs during teaching, especially guided practice

19 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Monitoring and evaluation –Ongoing monitoring (cont) Obtain an observable behaviour Observe the behavior and check carefully for accuracy Adjust instruction

20 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Monitoring and evaluation –Concluding evaluation Usually occurs at end of lesson, unit, or course.

21 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Monitoring and evaluation –Concluding evaluation (cont) Fundamental questions –How will you know if students have sufficiently mastered the skill or concept? –Will I evaluate now (at end of lesson) or after a period of time –Will I combine the skill with others?

22 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Monitoring and evaluation –Concluding evaluation Fundamental questions (cont) –What method will I use? »Knowledge test »Performance evaluation »Essay –How will I communicate the results to the students?

23 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Monitoring and evaluation –Concluding evaluation (cont) Plan the evaluation based on your program and the students needs Conduct the evaluation Give students feedback

24 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Lets give it a try –Lesson: How to make a snowball

25 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Summary

26 Monday, January 13, Lesson Planning: The Six Pack Activity –A lesson on your own Teach entire 6 pack Use at least 4 instructional methods


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