Focused Lesson Planning (inbunden)
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Rowman & Littlefield
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377 g
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Focused Lesson Planning

Helping Teachers Examine and Develop Their Own Mindset

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2023-07-23
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This book shows teachers how to plan units and lessons in a highly focused and effective way. Readers are introduced to a professional planning strategy that is lean and timesaving, without wasting energy on side issues. This approach takes as its starting point the students and the outcomes they need to achieve and focuses the entire planning process on making sure students will be successful. With this backward approach, all planning steps are focused on the goal of learning success, keeping teachers from overplanning, underplanning, or misplanning. The book highlights the importance of tasks as planning tools for teachers. Well-set tasks reveal the teacher's intentions and the content to be learned, and they show students what will be assessed and how. How to develop and apply planning around meaningful tasks is a key focus. Thanks to numerous suggestions for learning activities, this book is suitable for independent work through,but it can also be used with profit by teacher educators and cooperating teachers.
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Urban Fraefel is Professor at the School of Education Northwestern Switzerland and book author. His teaching, research, and development activities focus on teaching and learning, core practices, practice-based teacher education, and university-school partnerships.


Foreword Preface Chapter 1: The approach in brief Chapter 2: The primacy of impact and the wisdom of practitioners Chapter 3: Rethinking conventions of lesson planning Chapter 4: The key principle of planning units backward Chapter 5: Planning a unit Chapter 6: Planning a lesson backward Chapter 7: Planning lessons by and with student teachers Chapter 8: What goals for units? What expected results? What tasks? Chapter 9: From unit to lesson: Two goals per lesson, and assessment Chapter 10: More on assessment Epilogue: What is the plan? References