Ako Panuku Lesson Planner (ENG)
6 easy steps to lesson planning (English Version)
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1
WHAT ARE YOU PLANNING TO TEACH?
Unit plan *
Which unit is this lesson part of?
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Lesson # *
Reference the lesson number from the unit plan
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The big concept / goal *
This should be specified in the unit plan. (Press return to start a new line within the paragraph text)
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Specific skills, knowledge or attributes *
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WHAT WILL YOU SAY, DO, EXPLAIN and HOW? (Teaching Acts)

Think about: specific teaching strategies; tips to help students learn; ways to facilitate learning.

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Teaching Acts Duration *
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Resources I will need *
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Teaching Acts Differentiation *
Describe here any necessary variation for students who need more support, or extension. (Press return to start a new line within the paragraph text)
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WHAT WILL STUDENTS DO? (Learning Acts)

Think about: what engages students, how they can find things out for themselves, what challenges them to think hard,
how they could learn from each other, how they can lead their own learning.

Learning Acts *
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Learning Acts Duration *
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Resources students will need *
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Learning Acts Differentiation *
Describe here any necessary variation for students who need more support, or extension. (Press return to start a new line within the paragraph text)
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WHAT WILL YOU DO TO FIND OUT IF THEY HAVE LEARNT WHAT YOU HAVE TAUGHT? (Assessment for learning)
What will you do to find out if they have learnt what you taught? *
Refer to the unit plan for guidance on the types of assessments to be used during the unit. (Press return to start a new line within the paragraph text)
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WHAT WILL YOU DO TO HELP STUDENTS RETAIN THE NEW LEARNING?
What will you do to help the students retain the new learning? *
Think about how to recap in the next lesson, follow-up tasks, link to other areas of the curriculum.
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6
HOW DID IT GO?

Your reflection – what worked, what didn’t?

Things that worked well? *
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Why was it that those things worked well? *
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Things that didn't work well? *
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Why was it that those things didn't work so well? *
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How could you do it better for your priority students? *
Think about what you said, how much you said, what you did, the tasks, the learning environment, the balance between teacher-led and student-led activities. (Press return to start a new line within the paragraph text)
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How could you do it better for all students? *
Think about what you said, how much you said, what you did, the tasks, the learning environment, the balance between teacher-led and student-led activities. (Press return to start a new line within the paragraph text)
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