Lesson Development & Delivery
Learn how to create effective lesson plans and evaluation & assessment plans that tie back to your overall Plant Breeding curriculum. A place for information on how instruction is effectively delivered in the classroom, lab, and in the field.
The following link is a list of action verbs associated with Bloom's Taxonomy:
Gaining the attention of the learners and focusing it in on what they will be learning that day is important to do at the beginning of a lesson. In order to do this you must plan an interest approach. An interest approach is
After you have clearly outlined your learning objectives or desired results, you will move onto the next stage of lesson planning—planning assessments. In order to do this you should ask yourself the following three questions
The following are examples of objectives that did not originally follow the ABCD format, but they have been rewritten to do so. The revised version of each objective will also have each ABCD component labelled.
When planning curriculum you are creating a big picture road map for an educational program. This road map determines how students will interact in order to accomplish an outlined set of educational goals. Lesson planning is
Have you ever walked out of a class you had just taught and thought to yourself that it could have gone better? Maybe you it went well, but you didn’t cover all of the information you wanted to. Good lesson planning can solv