Effective teaching will depend on a teacher’s ability, and this ability must start on how the way she deliver her lessons for students to understand; a lesson plan has a big role to play. To this, a teacher must create her lesson plan with high quality components with the intention that she could teach her students that’s beyond the average level, which where the quality education commenced.
Your everyday function will count on how you plan and present your lecture and lessons. A strongly-prepared lesson plan is capable to reach and connect even to the toughest students at the same time as testing those smart ones. Lesson plan is the teachers’ teaching styles.
It doesn’t matter whether you teach in a private or public school, what matters the most is that your lesson plan should follow the good practice. The key to an effective lesson lies on a teacher way of achieving her methods; here are the principles of quality practice as supported by some of the U.S. significant organizations.
- Support the student-faculty relationship.
- Support cooperation along with students.
- Supports active learning.
- Respects different capacity and ways of learning.
- Call attention to time on duty.
- Provides feedback and personal opinion at the appointed time.
- Communicates high prospects.
When all of these principles are applied in a lesson plan, it could give a positive result to students’ motivation in studies. As well, good curriculum may enhance every student intellectual obligation in academic, so as to motivate them to reflect about good values and their individual plans in the future.
Whatever it takes, a teacher that conveys loyalty through its methods of teaching students and responding to students reactions could develop thinking and deepens their understanding. Due to this, if teachers hold this skill, expect the students to be attentive in class, as they learn some pieces of themselves.
Great teachers deserve a token of appreciation on teacher appreciation day 2012. It is not easy to make a lesson plan. It needs time and energy, and if delivered and achieved well this equals to quality learning.