On this page: you can find 10 nicely designed, very useful lesson plan templates for teachers. All of these templates are designed in a way that you can not only customize them easily but can also print them all using any regular printer available to you.
While a teacher expects students to come up with their homework every day, a lesson plan is an instructor/teacher”s “homework” and guide on how the daily class activities will be structured. It facilitates what students need to learn and how it can be delivered and managed by the teacher.
Every teacher no matter what field he/she is from requires a lesson plan as a strategic roadmap that helps him dive through the day while organizing and planning the teaching, learning, and feedback activities in advance.
While it is imperative for every student to come to the class each day with a bit of the previous, background knowledge and content acquaintance, it is equally vital for the facilitator to have identified the learning objectives, beforehand. A lesson plan is a work plan that helps the teacher enter the class with more confidence, and effective strategies in mind, that ensures meaningful class experience between the students and the teacher, and also involves gaining feedback by the end.
It can be said, that a lesson plan is required for a teacher to not randomly tackle the class with a lost mind. All of us need a bit of a pre-planning before any task; teaching is one of the most crucial activities that cannot go along without careful construction of goals for what needs to be taught. It also includes the activities required to achieve goals and calculating the success of your goals in the form of pupils’ feedback.
A lesson plan includes:
Before coming to the class, you need to clarify your objectives, plan class activities, assessments, and the arrangement of these. It also includes mapping the requirements of the class, resources required, procedures to be employed, and evaluation techniques to be used. The teacher needs to divide his/her time in the class into a realistic and achievable timetable that chalks out how much time will be given to each activity. The lesson conclusion needs to be designed to evaluate what the lesson accomplished, introduce the next lesson, clear misunderstandings, if any, and present a round-up of the session.
Presenting the planned content in an effective manner to ensure that the students stay engaged in the class and provide meaningful assessment and feedback.
This helps the teacher assess the effectiveness of her objectives, critically evaluate his/her lesson presentation, judge what went wrong, and fix it for the future.
A successful lesson plan is not the one that ends up achieving-it-all, rather is the one that makes sure the class included meaningful learning experiences between the students and the facilitator. SMART goals need to be set!
A lesson plan should have these components:
Find below 10 lesson plan templates along with their preview images and download links.