2-2

Report
UNIT
2.2
SCHEMES
OF WORK
AND LESSON
PLANNING
Jon Davison and
Marilyn Leask
From: Learning to Teach in the Secondary School 5th edition, Routledge © 2009
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this unit you should be able to:
• explain what is meant by the terms: ‘aims’, ‘learning
objectives’, ‘learning outcomes’, ‘progression’, ‘differentiation’
• construct schemes of work (also known as programmes or
units of work)
• construct effective lesson plans.
From: Learning to Teach in the Secondary School 5th edition, Routledge © 2009
PLANNING WHAT
TO TEACH AND
HOW TO TEACH IT
• Content of lessons
• Teaching strategies or methods.
From: Learning to Teach in the Secondary School 5th edition, Routledge © 2009
SCHEMES OF WORK AND
LESSON PLANS
The scheme of work
• Using a scheme of work.
The lesson plan
•
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•
Preparation
Beginning
Moving on
Ending (plenary)
Evaluation and planning future lessons.
From: Learning to Teach in the Secondary School 5th edition, Routledge © 2009
FURTHER INFORMATION
To explore this material further, read:
Davison, J. and Leask, M. (2009) ‘Schemes of work and lesson planning’,
in S. Capel, M. Leask and T. Turner (eds) Learning to Teach in the
Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, 5th edn,
London: Routledge.
From: Learning to Teach in the Secondary School 5th edition, Routledge © 2009
FURTHER READING
Hay McBer (2000) Research into Teacher Effectiveness, DfEE: London.
Kyriacou, C. (2007) Essential Teaching Skills, 3rd edn, Cheltenham: Nelson
Thornes.
Mager, R. (2005) Preparing Instructional Objectives, 3rd edn, Atlanta, GA:
Center for Effective Performance.
Learning and Teaching Scotland (2007) Teaching for Effective Learning,
Dundee.
Warburton, N. (2003) Thinking from A-Z, 2nd edn ,London, RoutledgeFalmer.
From: Learning to Teach in the Secondary School 5th edition, Routledge © 2009

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