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Lesson Planning Expectations

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by sideshow, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. A few lines in your planner for each lesson... objectives, outcomes, in science the kit you want, homework set - that seems fine. your EAL/G&T/SEN would be indicated in your class lists in the planner.... all that sort of stuff would be in evidence in the schemes of work or in your lesson resources, most people have a ppt with objectives etc on for each lesson.... I suppose it depends why you are being asked to do this

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