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Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by Teacher-in-Training42, Nov 5, 2017.
the question above.
I am not an English specialist but I would say that there are 'blueprints ' for all lessons which could / should be adhered to. That said many settings have their own proformas to which colleagues need to adhere and this may include - the all / most / some nod to differentiation, extension activities, links to home learning tasks, resources, plus your LOs / activities / strategies to support students with learning difficulties / disabilities / assessment techniques / Plenary. I think the 3 part lesson can be v useful in helping inexperienced colleagues structure a lesson. Read Dylan Wiliam - he has some fundamental things to say about planning in general