iPlan I plan my lesson. • Therefore, as a good, effective, and efficient teacher, I must plan my lesson well, so that it will result to my pupils’/students’ learning. • In my lesson plan, I harmonize the Teacher’s Guide and the Learner’s Materials. • I plan my instruction as contained in my lesson plan. • The parts of my lesson are well-organized, from Preparation to Presentation(Activity, Analysis or Discussion, Abstraction or Generalization) to Practice or Application, to Assessment, and to Assignment. • The parts of my instruction are all aligned to the objectives of my lesson. • The assessment or evaluation part is congruent to the objectives. • All the parts of the lesson are related/connected and integrated. • The direction of my instruction is towards the attainment of the objectives of the lesson. • The iPlan Template is my guide in creating and designing my instruction as contained in my Lesson Plan/Log Plan. • I must always remember that teaching is a process of organizing, directing, and integrating all elements of learning. • These are the questions I must ask myself now: • How can I properly organize the parts of my lesson? • What is the direction of my lesson? What are the learners expected to learn in this lesson? • How will I integrate all the parts of my lesson, so that I can make the learners learn? • If I want my learners to learn, I must learn how to plan my instruction well. • I can only be a good teacher, if I can make my pupils/students learn their lessons. • I must realize and recognize that effective and efficient teaching starts with a well-planned Lesson Plan/Log Plan… a plan that is focused on proper instruction!