A Crash Course in Lesson Planning: Learn How to Create Content for Effective Teaching and Attentive Learning ( How to Write a Lesson Plan | How to Make a Lesson Plan ) by Laurie Powell

A Crash Course in Lesson Planning: Learn How to Create Content for Effective Teaching and Attentive Learning ( How to Write a Lesson Plan | How to Make a Lesson Plan )

Book Title: A Crash Course in Lesson Planning: Learn How to Create Content for Effective Teaching and Attentive Learning ( How to Write a Lesson Plan | How to Make a Lesson Plan )

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1533232970

Author: Laurie Powell


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Laurie Powell with A Crash Course in Lesson Planning: Learn How to Create Content for Effective Teaching and Attentive Learning ( How to Write a Lesson Plan | How to Make a Lesson Plan )

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Very few teachers actually make a lasting impact on their students, or an impact that their students will actually remember. The chosen few who do are the ones that have a deep desire to share knowledge, the passion for enlightening, and the goal of making a difference. Teaching is a privilege and a gift, yet it requires a lot of patience and skill. Experienced and dedicated teachers will tell you that the real key, however, to becoming an effective teacher is to have a killer lesson plan prepared in advance. A well-prepared lesson plan is going to be your most crucial tool, and you should never embark on a class without it. As you go through years of teaching, you’ll become more and more adept at creating good lessons for your classes. But in the meantime, this book will provide everything you need to know about creating effective lesson plans. It also includes a sample lesson plan to help any new teacher get an idea of exactly how to make one. After you finish reading this book, you’ll have a solid grasp of what an effective lesson plan is, but more importantly, you will be able to create your own lesson plans for your classes and continue to practice this skill, so that you can become one of those teachers that your students will remember for years to come!