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100 IDEAS FOR LESSON PLANNING CONTINUUM ONE HUNDREDS SERIES 100+ Ideas for Managing Behaviour - Johnnie Young 100+ Ideas for Teaching Creativity - Stephen Bowkett 100+ Ideas for Teaching English - Angella Cooze 100+ Ideas for Teaching Mathematics - Mike Ollerton 100+ Ideas for Teaching Thinking Skills - Stephen Bowkett 100 Ideas for Surviving your First Year in Teaching - Laura-Jane Fisher 100 Ideas for Trainee Teachers - Angella Cooze 100 Ideas for Teaching Citizenship - Ian Davies 100 Ideas for Teaching History - Julia Murphy 100 Ideas for Supply Teachers - Julia Murphy 100 Ideas for Teaching Languages - Nia Griffith 100 Ideas for Teaching Science - Sharon Archer 100 Ideas for Teaching Geography - Andy Leeder 100 Ideas for Supply Teachers: Primary School Edition - Michael Parry 100 Ideas for Essential Teaching Skills - Neal Watkin and Johannes Ahrenfelt 100 Ideas for Primary Assemblies - Fred Sedgwick 100 Ideas for Secondary School Assemblies - Susan Elkin 100 Ideas for Teaching Writing - Anthony Haynes 100 Ideas for Lesson Planning - Anthony Haynes 100 IDEAS FOR LESSON PLANNING Anthony Haynes continuum Continuum International Publishing Group The Tower Building 11 York Road SE1 7NX 80 Maiden Lane, Suite 704 New York, NY 10038 www. continuumbooks. com © The Professional and Higher Partnership 2007 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any information storage or retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the publishers. The right of The Professional and Higher Partnership to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. EISBN 9780826483089 Reprinted 2009, 2010 Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publication Data A catalog record for this book is available from the Library of Congress. Typeset by Ben Cracknell Studios | www.benstudios.co.uk CONTENTS PREFACE SECTION I xi Introducing planning | 1 I BENEFITING FROM PLANNING 2 | 2 I THE PLACE OF PLANNING IN THE LEARNING CYCLE 3 | 3 I THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 'PLANNING' AND PLANNING 4 I 4 I GOOD PLANNING RESPONDS TO CONTEXT 5 | 5 I YOUR OWN STYLE 6 | 6 | LONG-TERM PLANNING 7 I 7 I SCHEMES OF WORK 8 SECTION 2 I 8 10 JL Needs, aims and objectives | ANALYSIS OF NEEDS 10 AIMS 11 SELF-ASSESSMENT OF AIMS 12 THE RATIONALE OF OBJECTIVES 13 | 12 | SETTING OBJECTIVES 14 I 13 I WRITING YOUR LEARNING OBJECTIVES 15 | 14 I SETTING A VARIETY OF OBJECTIVES 16 I 15 I THE LIMITATIONS OF LEARNING OBJECTIVES 17 SECTION 3 Learning I 16 I BEHAVIOURIST LEARNING 20 I 17 I COGNITIVIST LEARNING 21 | 18 | GESTALT-IST LEARNING 22 19 20 21 KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING 23 EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE 24 SKILLS, TECHNIQUES AND METHODS 25 1 2 2 1 ATTITUDES 26 1 23 1 JUDGEMENT AND DECISION-MAKING 27 1 2 4 1 THE PLACE OF EMOTIONAL EDUCATION 28 1 25 1 PLANNING FOR THEORETICAL LEARNING 29 1 26 1 PLANNING FOR LEARNING FROM THE CONCRETE 30 1 27 1 PLANNING FOR REFLECTIVE LEARNING 31 | 2 8 1 PLANNING FOR ACTIVE LEARNING 32 SECTION 4 T h e t w o BIG ideas - progression and differentiation 1 29 | PLANNING PROGRESSION FROM PRIOR LEARNING 34 I 3 0 1 PLANNING FUTURE PROGRESSION 35 1 31 I CROSS-CURRICULAR LINKS 36 I 32 I DIFFERENTIATION 37 I 33 I USING ASSESSMENT DATA 38 I 3 4 I A MASTER THEORY 39 I 35 I EXTENSION MATERIAL 40 THE IMPORTANCE OF LANGUAGE 42 PLANNING LISTENING ACTIVITIES 43 PLANNING SPEAKING ACTIVITIES 44 THE PLACE OF PAIR WORK 45 SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION 46 PLANNING WHOLE CLASS DISCUSSION 47 PLANNING READING 48 PLANNING TO DEVELOP COMPREHENSION 49 TEACHING PUPILS TO LEARN FROM WHOLE BOOKS 50 PLANNING WRITING 51 I 4 6 1 PREPARING MODELS FOR WRITING ASSIGNMENTS 52 1 4 7 1 SPECIFYING THE READER 53 | 48 | TEACHING ABOUT SUBJECT DISCOURSE 54 SECTION 6 Pedagogy 1 4 9 1 CLASSROOM LAYOUT 56 1 5 0 1 TASK ANALYSIS 57 1 51 | AT THE VERY BEGINNING 58 I 52 I A SUCCESSFUL LESSON STRUCTURE 59 I 53 I AN ALTERNATIVE WAY TO STRUCTURE LESSONS 60 I 5 4 I FOUR WAYS TO GET A LESSON MOVING 61 55 I PACE - AND RHYTHM 62 56 I PLANNING PRACTICE SESSIONS 63 57 I PLANNING INSTRUCTION 64 5 8 I PREPARATION FOR CHALK-AND-TALK 65 59 I DEATH BY POWERPOINT 66 6 0 I RAILWAYS AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE 67 61 | MODELLING 68 62 I THE RED HERRING 69 63 I QUESTION TIME 70 6 4 I QUESTION-AND-ANSWER VERSUS CHALK-AND-TALK 71 65 [ SORTING ACTIVITIES 72 6 6 | SCORING ACTIVITIES 73 6 7 I LOGIC 74 6 8 I LATERAL THINKING 75 69 I M TRAPS DAVE 76 7 0 | PUPIL RESEARCH 77 71 I CHECKING 78 72 I WHAT MAKES A BAD LESSON 79 73 I JUST DO IT 80 75 FILLERS 81 ALLOWING TIME TO SET HOMEWORK 83 1 76 1 VARIETIES OF HOMEWORK 84 1 7 7 1 USING SUPPORT 85 SECTION 7 Thre e big issue s 1 78 1 GETTING THE TIMING RIGHT 88 | 79 1 GETTING THE PITCH RIGHT 89 | 8 0 1 EXPECTATIONS 90 SECTION 8 Afte r th e lesso n 1 81 I KEEPING RECORDS OF YOUR PLANS 92 I 8 2 I TWO-STEP APPROACH TO EVALUATION 93 I 8 3 | DETAILED EVALUATION 94 I 8 4 I BROAD-BRUSH EVALUATION 95 I 8 5 I REVIEW 96 SECTION 9 Resource s I 8 6 | USE AND ABUSE OF TEXTBOOKS 98 I 87 I PREPARING TEACHING MATERIALS 99 I 8 8 I ASSESSING READABILITY 100 I 89 I PREPARING QUESTION SHEETS 101 90 ~9T MAKE YOUR LESSON PLANS VISUAL 102 INDEXING YOUR RESOURCES 103 LESSON PLANS ON THE INTERNET 104 SECTION I 0 Developmen t I 93 I SELF-EVALUATIO N IN THE LIGHT OF RESEARCH FINDINGS 106 I 9 4 I EVIDENCE-INFORMED LESSON PLANNING 107 I 9 5 I REFLECTING ON YOUR OWN LEARNING 108 I 9 6 I REVERSAL 109 1 9 7 1 BOOKS FOR TEACHERS ABOUT LESSON PLANNING 110 I 9 8 I LESSON PLANNING AND YOUR SELF-DEVELOPMENT 111 I 9 9 I PUBLISH YOUR LESSON PLANS 112 [ 1 0 0 1 ADVANCED LESSON PLANNING 113 APPENDIX: THE PERFECT PLAN 114 REFERENCES 115