IX Lesson Planning

TEA Units of Study: TEKS "Knowledge and skills" subsections covered:

A. TEKS B. Competent knowledge of subject matter C. Planning process, lesson cycle, and instructional preparation

  • (4) The student plans and develops effective instruction
    • (A) explain the role of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in planning and evaluating instruction
    • (B) explain the rationale for having a fundamental knowledge of the subject matter in order to plan and prepare effective instruction
    • (C) explain the rationale and process of instructional planning
    • (D) describe principles and theories that impact instructional planning
    • (E) create clear short- and long-term learning objectives that are developmentally appropriate for students
    • (F) demonstrate teacher planning to meet instructional goals

D. Theories that impact planning E. Learning styles F. Special populations G. Objective writing

  • (2) The student understands the learner and the learning process.
    • (B) relate principles and theories about the learning process to teaching and training situations
    • (D) explain the relationship between effective instructional practices and learning differences, learner exceptionality, and special-needs conditions

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