Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Importance of Lesson Plans

I believe that ALL good teachers should have some type of lesson plan when they walk into the classroom.  Lesson plans serves as a road map or checklist that guides us in knowing what to do next.  I think that we as teachers should always have lesson plans because it is proof of what we did in class.  It is also a valuable resource so that we can use to help us prepare tests, exams and so on.  Lesson plans ensures that teachers are prepared for class and will allow the class to run smoothly.  In closing, lesson plans are extremely useful tools that serves as a combination guide resource and historical document reflecting our teaching philosophy.


  1. I can see your point about the lesson plans being a good resource guide and a historical document. The plans can be used for future references or used to assist inexperienced teachers. I agree that planning is essential, although it may require a lot of work. It pays off in the end.

  2. That's so true. Lesson plans can be very tiring but at the end of the day, it's all worth it


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