Lesson Plan

‘Learning is not a spectator sport.'
Learning Environment
Ventilation, lighting, desk configuration, music, learning stimulus?

Set the learning environment. Meet, greet and register.

Interact. Image, quote, task? Speed quizzing, picture reveal, concept bingo, more quick recaps activities at
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Activate and engage.

Confirm Learning Outcomes
Why should the student buy into the lesson? Set challenging targets a) for the next task b) for the overall lesson

Recap Aims
Challenge and inspire

Lesson Development
Assess homework, debates, envoys breakouts, jigsaws, cooperative competition, quizzes, designing quizzes, teacher delivery, manipulatives and collaborations.

Learner Activities

Check Learning
Give students time to think. Traffic lights / Room zoom Peer questioning or review Micro presentation Peer review

Probe Understanding
Question Quiz Assess and peer assess Provide opportunities for feedback and summary


Lesson Summation
Any of the recap or recall activities. Have ‘we’ covered the learning outcomes? Ask the student for their highlights. Signpost learning resources. Provide extension activities


Consolidat e Signpost
Acknowledge positive contributors Close

Show your appreciation to the class. Officially close the lesson.

Created By Kristian Still

Feedback on Your Lesson?
Yes, but


Classroom Environment
Was the teaching room a welcoming and stimulating learning environment?

In your opinion, was your lesson well planned? Did it have structure? Did it flow?

Recap and Recall
Did the teacher recap your last lesson or prior learning with you?

Learning Outcomes or Learning Aims
Were the learning outcomes or aims for the lesson displayed or shared with you at the start of the lesson?

Learning Targets
Were you set a target for your achievement in the lesson or a target as part of a task?

Presentation skills
Was the teacher knowledgeable and enthusiastic in their presentation. Did they gain your attention?

Active Learning
Did you take part in the lesson? In group work? Were you asked to your present ideas or feedback to the group? Were you asked to teach? Were you asked to assess your own work, or the work of one of your peers?

Were you asked questions, either as part of a lesson activity, in small groups or individually? Did a learning activity ask questions of you?

Did the lesson challenge you? (If it was too difficult tick ‘yes, but’ if too easy tick no)

Promotion of ILT
Did your teacher make good use of IT? Handouts? Sound? Video? Mobile phones? Digital cameras? Resources? Were you signposted to any web or IT resources?

Coursework / homework? Did you receive feedback today? Most importantly did the feedback provide you with clear guidelines on how to improve your work? Were you asked to assess your own work or the work of one of your peers?

Did you receive any positive feedback or recognition in class today?

Did your teacher give you the opportunity to confirm your understanding?

Independent and Signposted Learning
Were extension activities or readings signposted? Were you given opportunities to learn outside of the classroom?

Integration of Key Skills or Cross Curricular Themes
Did your teacher identify were or how Key Skills could be used or developed? Were cross curricular or cross modular themes highlighted?

Classroom contribution
Did you make a positive contribution to your lesson today?

Was today a ‘typical’ lesson?

Created By Kristian Still