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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Brain-Based Learning Activities
Course SummaryIt's easy to create engaging lesson plans, activities, school assemblies and more using this informative lesson planning course. Our professionally designed resources are accessible on any mobile phone, tablet or computer for convenient and flexible curriculum planning.
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About This Course
Use this engaging course to learn more about some of the effective lesson planning tools you can use to help make your lesson planning time simpler and more successful. In this course, you'll find lesson plan templates and examples that will help make your own planning time simpler, plus event and assembly ideas sure to make your group times successful. These resources provide professionally created, proven concepts and suggestions that really work in the classroom environment.
How It Works
Using both video and text formats, our lessons explain how to create successful lesson plans, engaging classroom activities and ideas for great events and field trips.
You'll find the following resources in this helpful chapter:
- Short, mobile-friendly lessons that thoroughly cover these subjects
- Lesson plan templates covering a variety of subjects
- Classroom assessment tools like bell ringers and exit slips to ensure your students understand what you're teaching
- Successful tips for helping events, field trips and assemblies run smoothly and work well
- Easy-to-use videos with tabs so you can jump to specific subjects you'd like to view
How It Helps
- Meets educational standards: You can feel confident that all the strategies and information presented here is designed to meet educational requirements in a structure that really works in the classroom.
- Simplifies planning process: When you use the templates and examples provided here, creating your own lesson plans and planning your own events is simpler, quicker and stress-free.
- Ensures comprehension: In addition to helping you plan your curriculum, the assessment tools for bell ringers and exit slips provided in this chapter give you fun ways to ensure that your students understand what they're learning about in class.
After you've completed this chapter, you should be ready to:
- Integrate helpful resources into your curriculum
- Use these lesson plan templates to create your own plans
- Assign exit slip and bell ringer assessments to your students to check their comprehension
- Utilize rubrics to communicate expectations to students and ensure consistent scoring
- Plan successful field trips, events and school assemblies
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