Planning a lesson in 5 minutes From : https://www.goconqr.com/en-US/p/4482883
• The big picture: How does the lesson in your program for the subject? How much do students already know about it? What connections can you make? Describe the lesson in 30 seconds!• Purpose:Your obj ectives for the lesson. Remember to follow the lead of previous lessons. Ideally, you should incorporate at least 2 different objectives – you can even consider allowing students to choose their own objective so they feel more involved.• Hook: What is the hook of the lesson? How do you grab the attention of students and still convey the lesson? You do not need a specific hook in each lesson, but having one is certainly recommended. Having a good introductory story is often a successful way of ‘hooking’ your students.
• Key issues: What will remain in the minds of students once they’ve left school and returned home? What are the key points that you want them to remember?• Assessment for learning: How will you measure your students’ progress so that they’re where you want them to be? What strategies and assessment tools are you going to use?• Individualization: How are you going to divide the class into groups? Plan activities for each group before taking into account the different levels of student progress.• Learning episodes: What will happen in the classroom from start to finish? Try to identify learning opportunities that are student-led, the more the better. The lesson can have as many stages and elements as it needs