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Lesson Plan Format

Instructor: Meghan Cooney
This blank lesson plan template provides you with a basic format for your lessons. Simply print out the template, fill it in with your information, and have a great class!

Subject/Course Topic Lesson Title
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Level Standards Addressed Duration
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This section outlines the lesson as it will be presented in class

Objectives
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Activities
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Materials and Equipment
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Homework
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Notes
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Tips:

  • In the Objectives box, list the skills that students will be able to do after this lesson, or the knowledge they will gain.
  • For the Activities box, you can include any bell ringer or hooks that you would like to start the lesson with, then list the activities for the rest of the class. The list could include a presentation, group discussion, small group work, formative assessment, etc.
  • The Notes box is an extra space for you to jot down any modifications, potential pitfalls, resources, or whatever else is relevant to your lesson.

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