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Strong, concise statements of objectives are always an essential component of any lesson plan. Once the objectives have been determined, the lesson and unit plan design follows. New teachers should develop thorough lesson plans, in part to ensure that important details and concerns have not been overlooked, but also because it provides a disciplined and structured way to think about the art of teaching. …well-stated objectives should still be a primary concern for the veteran as well as the novice teacher. In general, a good lesson plan will contain variations of the following items: *Title and brief introduction of the concepts to be addressed. *Goal(s) or the relationship of the lesson to the purposes of the curricular goals. *Rationale… why are the students learning this. *Instructional Objectives, and *Resources… all relevant vocabulary and definitions, books, audio visual aids, articles. (adapted from The Art Teacher's Desktop Reference by Michael E. Parks.(Prentice Hall, 1994) p.19-21. (UA H.T.Coutts Educ Ref: N 353 P252 1994))
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