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Describe the reasons for writing Lesson Plans
Then the Teacher took his disciples up the mountain and he taught them saying:
Blessed ar the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kindom of heaven
- Blessed are the meek
- Blessed are they that mourn
- Blessed are the merciful
- Blessed are they who thirst for justice
- Blessed are you when persecuted
- Blessed are you when you suffer
- Be gland and rejoice for your reward is great
Then one asked "Do we have to write this down?"
Another asked "Are we supposed to know this?"
A third said "Will we have a test on it?"
Yet another added "Do we have to turn this in?"
One commented "The others didn't have to learn this!"
Someone mumbled "When do we get out of here?"
And one soul chimed in with "What does this have to do with real life?"
Then a passing scholar asked to see the lesson plans and inquired of his terminal objectives in the gocnitive domain...
And the teacher wept...
Identify the types of information in a 'typical' lesson plan
Blank Lesson Plan (doc)
Describe specific requirements for the Infroduction, Body, and Conclusion portions
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