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Planning a Lesson with Students’ Learning Style in Mind

Teachers see the importance of lesson plan when administering a group of students. Lesson plans are there to make his teaching organized and well-presented and makes sure that he won’t miss out on any important aspect of the lesson. It is his guide for the day where an outline of the important areas of the lesson is presented. Needless to say, lesson plans are an integral part of teaching because aside from it organizes lesson, it also keeps tracks of the students’ progress.

Undeniably effective, lesson plans will always be a teacher’s best friend. And here is the secret: more and more teachers are taking into consideration the students’ learning styles in making a lesson plan. Read on the following ideas and you might be able to also apply this in your own class for a more effective way of teaching.

Hands-on activities – These are for students who are active and learn more when their hands are working. To see things unfold right before their eyes amaze them and it usually makes a mark on them. They learn more, and have fun in learning it, through experiments and activities.

Visual presentation – There are students who learn faster and easier when presented with images and visuals. These are the students who get excited getting and learning new information in the form of short movie clips and audio visual presentations. For instance, you can have a small portion of Discovery Channel’s episode and present that in class.

Forum and Group Discussions – There are students who learn best through the voice of others. If the students learn effectively through discussions, stories, debate, and exchange of opinion, then you may employ this so to add interest on the lesson.

To incorporate the students’ learning style in creating a lesson plan can really be very effective because it taps the children’s different techniques and preferred styles in learning, making them enjoy their lessons in class. This can be your new effective tool in making the students enjoy learning new lessons. This method is one of the most effective ways in getting the students’ attention when introducing a new information or new lesson in class.

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