Category Archives: Lesson Plans

In this section there is a brief Pre-test to determine knowledge and familiarity with the traditional Bloom’s Taxonomy (Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation). Discover activities for developing objectives and lesson plans. Browse the growing list of Sample Lesson Plan Models.

Writing Lesson Plans: The Effective Teacher Quiz

08 Lesson-Plans-Effective-Teacher-quiz_thumb Are you an effective teacher? The Effective Teacher Quiz comprises 20 statements that describe an effective teacher. Teacher Z from ABC School completed the Effective Teacher Quiz with a score of 44. She rated Very Good on the Effective Teacher Quiz. Complete the following Quiz and find out your score.

The Effective Teacher Quiz

Writing Lesson Plans: Step-by-Step Process

05 Writing Lesson Plans Step by Step_thumbThe following lesson plan proceeds step-by-step. It starts with three questions that all teachers ask when planning: Where are my pupils going? How are they going to get there? How will you know when they have arrived? Other steps include: Goals, Objectives, Background Knowledge, Materials, Lesson Description and Lesson Procedure.

Writing Lesson Plans: Step by Step Process

Writing Lesson Plans Using Bloom’s Taxonomy of Cognitive Processes

03 Writing Lesson Plans Using Blooms Taxonomy_thumb To teach … a series of sentences or statements that clearly state what is to be accomplished are specified. The sentences or statements include the terms – objectives, criteria, learning criteria or specifications – are used interchangeably and mean the same thing. The outcome for all of these words is pupil achievement and performance. Continue reading