Pyp Lesson Plan Templates

Posted By admin On 22/08/21

There are a number of different types of lesson plans and templates floating around out there. Here is a look at the most common ones:

This lesson plan template was specifically designed around the 'Making the PYP Happen' for mathematics. Using this planning guide will ensure that inquiry based, constructive learning has been purposefully designed to support the learning and teaching of math in the PYP! PYP philosophy Online Tools or Clouds (Implementation). ARC 3Rs Notebook -OneNote containing videos, documents, and templates. PB works -online wiki. Google Docs.

* The 5 Step Lesson Plan

This is probably the version you learned to use at summer institute. I think it is the most straightforward lesson planning template and works for most topics and objectives. The 5 steps included in this version of the lesson plan are opening, intro to new material (“I do”), guided practice (“we do”), independent practice (“you do”), and the closing.

Here is an example 5 step lesson plan from Bunny Tucker: Bunny’s LP

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* Blank 5 Step Lesson Plan Template

* Blank Lesson Plan Template from KIPP

* The 7 Step Lesson Plan

The 7 step template is similar to the 5 step lesson plan, but fleshes out the pieces of a quality LP a little more. The 7 steps are objective, motivation, intro to new material/directed lesson sequence, guided practice, independent practice, alternate and supplementary activities, and assessment. None of my corps members are currently using a 7 step template although if you read through their lesson plans they are implicitly including the parts of the 7 step LP. You can learn more about the 7 step LP and see an example in the Instructional Planning & Delivery institute text (pg. 28 & 29 in the toolkit).

* The 5 E Lesson Plan

The 5E model is best suited to inquiry-based instruction. The 5 steps lesson plan falls short in inquiry-based instruction because the “I do” occurs before the “you do”. It is often used in math & science classes when students are being asked to see patterns, understand concepts, or convey truths in the subject that are oversimplified when the teacher just “tells thems.” The 5 E’s are engage, explore, explain, elaborate, and evaluate.
Here is an example from Jarred Gibson, Teach For America’s Director of Math & Science Design:

Objective: SWBAT state that all living things are made of cells

Engage: A few days in advance, I’ll ask students what kinds of organisms they’d like to look at under the microscope. I’ll add to this list since they might not mention some interesting things. At the beginning of the lesson I’ll start by asking if they think they look like bacteria, blood, etc. Students will watch as I prepare one slide (onion root) to examine under the scope. I’ll have a few addl prepared slides (bacteria, frog muscle tissues, blood, other things students wanted to see). Then I’ll show students how to get cells from inside their cheek. Students will prepare slides on their own cheek cells.

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Explore: Students will examine what’s under all the scopes and make drawings. They’ll have to identify what trends they’re noticin. Hopefully they’ll identify that everything is made of similar structures which look like round or rectangular boxes and that these structures often appear to have things inside of them.

Explain: Students read a short article about cells. We’ll discuss the reading and students lead students to explain that the structures they observed under the microscope were cells.

Elaborate: I’d present students with a piece of corks. I’d ask them if they thought it was living or not- most will say no. I’d say, well I’m not sure- scientists need evidence. How can we figure out whterh or not cork is living? Students will say that that we could look under the scope to see if cells are present. Students will prepare a final slide, this time of cork.

Evaluate: Students will look under the scope and see that the cork does indeed have cells and therefore must be alive. I’ll ask students to remember the other characteristics of living things they memorized earlier in the year (reproduces, grows and develops, obtains and uses energy, and responds to the environment) are in play here – is this cork truly alive? No, it’s not- it was alive at one point- it’s now dead and all we see are dead cells. But how did we know it was alive at one point? Because it was made of cells.

You can learn more about the 5 E model here: 5 E Model Executive Summary

Grace has been working to include more higher order thinking in her classroom and has use a modified version of the 5 E model to get her students to see the patterns in geometry. Grace did not label the engage, explore, explain, elaborate, and evaluate parts in her lesson plan, but if you read the content you will see that it does indeed follow the 5 E model. Check out her great work:

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Well designed lesson plan templates can help deliver structured, well planned, quality lessons.

A good teacher, trainer or conscientious home schooling parent will spend a significant amount of time researching and planning their lessons and classes before delivering them to their students.

Use these formatted templates to organize your thoughts and turn them into structured content, helping you to prepare thoroughly for your classes.

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Lesson Plan Content

My blank lesson plan templates are generic and are not aimed at any particluar type of teacher, trainer, instructor or activity. All the information to be entered into the lesson plans should help anyone delivering learning to organise the following;

  • Lesson Objective/s:
  • What you would like your students to know or be able to do by the end of the class.

  • Tasks and Activities:
  • How you are going to deliver the lesson content to enable your students to meet the lesson objective. You may want to consider the timing/duration of each task or activity. This will ensure that you have enough, or not too much, content for the duration of the lesson.

  • Materials / Equipment:
  • Books, music, software, clothes, presentations etc. to be used in the lesson that enable you to deliver, and your students to undertake, the lesson tasks and activities.

  • References:
  • Sources of information that you and/or your students can refer to, that compliment the lesson.

  • Take Home Tasks:
  • In other words home work - however I think this sounds to academic. Plan what your students could do at home to help with their understanding or that enables them to pratice an activity.

Create a Lesson Plan Library

Why recreate the wheel each time you teach the same topic or activity?

Use my lesson plan templates to create a library of all your lessons.

A well planned lesson, documented on one of my free lesson plan templates, will ensure that you can quickly revise the content, objectives, level and relevance of the lesson for future use.

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In the event that you cannot make it to a class, it also serves as a great teaching aid for a substitute teacher with the minimum of interruption to your students learning.

Why not provide your students with a copy of your lesson plan? This shows that you have diligently prepared their lesson. The student also has a record of what the lesson was about and if you wish to provide it, details of references that are relevant to the lesson.

Who should lesson plan?

Lesson planning is not reserved to academic teaching only. Anyone who delivers training or instruction should plan if they are to deliver quality lessons.

  • Would a driving instructor not plan a suitable route for the first lesson of a complete beginner?
  • Would a personal trainer not plan suitable exercises for a class of 70 year olds?
  • Would a corporate IT trainer prepare examples of complex VB script for a class of secretaries interested in mail merge?

I can't tell you how to teach your subject, but I can provide you with well designed free lesson plans and other templates that will help you to deliver quality classes relevant to the ability of your students.
Why should I plan?

Ask any teacher, trainer or instructor what it feels like to be caught unprepared in front of a group of eager students keen to learn.

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In a full classroom it can end in chaos.

I have to admit, I've been there on the odd occasion when I worked as a TEFL teacher. Bring children into the equation and you have a recipe for disaster.
I've also felt that uncomfortable feeling of not being prepared when training staff on how to use a business critical IT system in a large law firm. I don't what is worse, children or lawyers?

You may be an expert on your subject or undertake your sport or activity to a professional level.

However, knowledge alone does not make a great teacher.

A motivating personality combined with knowledge, patience and carefully designed lessons, will make a teacher that students trust and respect.

If your students are paying customers, it will ensure that they return for more, helping to make your business a success.

Review your lessons

If you really know your subject it's always possible to get through a class with some quick thinking improvising but review your lesson afterwards and ask yourself the following.

  • Did you feel comfortable?
  • Did your students notice your lack of preparation?
  • Did you keep to your planned course or curriculum?
  • If your students were paying customers, would they recommend you to other potential paying customers?
  • Did your students leave feeling motivated?
  • How would you feel if you were one of your students?


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My templates have been created using a number of different desktop software applications. All you have to do is;

1. choose the lesson plan format that you are familiar with

2. download it for free

3. save it somewhere safe

4. start planning for a more organised future.

With the exception of PDF files, all lesson plan templates can be amended using the desktop application that they were created in. If a template does not quite fit your requirements, edit it as you wish so it works for you and make it look like your own.

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