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Elementary Teacher Lesson Plans

Elementary School: The learning period that usually goes from first to fifth grade.
Lesson Plans: a teacher's outline of how a lesson would be presented, administered and evaluated
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Guidelines
1. State the objective of the lesson clearly.
2. Review the materials and sites listed in The Classroom Lesson Plans page
3. Using Bloom's Taxonomy state whether the objective is psychomotor, affective, cognitive or any combination.
4. Designate what resources will be utilized.
5. Stipulate the time frame for completion.
6. Include a copy of any worksheet, quiz or test that will be used to evaluate the student's progress.
7. Don't just use someone else's Lesson Plans without tailoring it to fit your needs, teaching style and the learning styles of your students.