Principles of Teaching
Bloomsburg University
Summer 2005

CLASS AGENDA FIVE
Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Lectures were once useful; but now when all can read, and books are so numerous, lecturers are unnecessary.  If your attention fails, and you miss part of a lecture, it is lost; you cannot go back as you do upon a book.
-Samuel Johnson, 1799

 

TODAY'S QUESTIONS

How do we write an objective?
What are the parts of a lesson?
What are the parts of a lesson plan?
What are blogs and how are they used?
What is a discipline plan?
What is the difference between rules and procedures?

 

TODAY'S AGENDA


Action Verbs (LIST OF ACTION VERBS)
http://teacherworld.com/potactionverbs.html

Parts of a Lesson
http://teacherworld.com/potlesson.html

Parts of a Lesson Activity
http://teacherworld.com/potlessonactivity.html

ABCD Format for Specific Learning Objectives
http://teacherworld.com/potslo.html

Lesson Plan Format
http://teacherworld.com/potlp.html


Smile...

From: http://www.jokes.net/shortteacherjokes2.htm

Pupil (on phone) : My son has a bad cold and won't be able to come to school today.
School Secretary: Who is this?
Pupil: This is my father speaking!

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Raymond S. Pastore, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education
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