CLASS PLANNING - Coggle Diagram
It is the group of activities which the professor foresees, chooses and organizes formal learning spaces with the aim to make better conditions to achieve specific objectives.
In plain terms, didactic planning consists in take the necessary dispositions to organize teaching and learning procedures.
The Annual Plan must have:
a. Educative Center name.
b. Year is going to be developed.
c. Subject, year and level.
e. Specific Objective.
d. General Objective.
f. Subject Contents.
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Selection of Areas Topics and Contents
Areas, themes, and contents selection are going to strictly depend on the bimonthly plan. Bimonthly and the weekly plan are divided from the annual plan.
At first, there is the unit title, the general objectives, the level, the subject, and the month in the course; after are separating specific objectives, didactic activities, and the evaluation.
Contents can be procedures, attitudes, and conceptual.
The procedure is what the student learns to do; the apprenticeship of this content can be worked by different methods.
Bimonthly objectives selection is divided from subject general objective, these must be focused on students written in infinitive with a clear understanding.
Objectives will reflect the continuing and progressive character of learning. Also, students’ interests, expectations, and needs will be taking in consideration in the planning especially their previous apprenticeship.
Selection of Areas, Contents or Topics
Areas, contents or themes selections are going to depend specially on the annual planning.
Those are divided firstly from annual planning, then bimonthly plan, then monthly plan, and finally weekly plan.
Concepts, procedures and attitudes are included in the redaction of contents.
Concepts start with the phrase (student may know…) aspects such as: characteristics, causes, classifications, contexts, definitions, developments, differences, organizations, origins, perspectives, principles, problems, procedures and processes.