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Assignment You   use   the   assignment   element   to   provide   students   with   practice   of   the   lesson   information or  prepare  them  for  the  next  lesson. LESSON   PLAN   PERSONALIZATION You  will  be  provided  with  the  approved  lesson  plan  for  the  course  you  instruct.  Add  your own  personalization  to  tailor  the  lesson  plan  to  your  style  of  teaching. Lesson  plan personalization   provides   the   information   you   need   to   make   the   instruction   uniquely   yours without   deviating   from   the   approved   course   of   instruction. Types   of   Personalization Personalization  includes  adding  subject  matter  detail  needed  to  cover  the  topic  discussion points  to  the  required  depth.  Also  add  notes  to  indicate  when  you  want  to  stress  a  point,  relate a   personal   experience,   or   use   an   example   or   analogy. Subject   Matter   Detail. Use  this  type  of  information  to  provide  technical  data  such  as purposes,   descriptions,   facts,   operations,   and   functions.   Course   reference   materials   provide   this information. Instructional   Techniques. Use   carefully   written   questions,   well-planned   visual   aids,   or additional  student/instructor  activities  to  enhance  the  lesson. Personal   Experiences.   Relate  your  own  on-the-job  experiences  to  the  lesson  to  increase student  interest.  Relating  your  personal  experiences  has  the  positive  effect  of  reinforcing  the practical  application  of  the  material.  It  also  serves  to  increase  student  interest  and  motivation. Examples  and  Analogies. When  possible,  support  main  points  of  the  lesson  plan  by examples   and   analogies   to   simplify   the   concepts   or   ideas   being   taught.   Use   them   as   a   part   of your   personalization   of   each   lesson. For  example,  suppose  your  lesson  is  on  the  way  sound waves  travel  through  air,  but  your  class  has  difficulty  understanding  that  concept.  Then  perhaps an  analogy  such  as  “it  is  similar  to  the  way  ripples  travel  after  a  stone  is  dropped  in  water”  will help  them  understand. Steps  of  Personalization When  personalizing  the  lesson  plan,  follow  these  specific  steps: n  Read  the  learning  objectives  to  obtain  an  understanding  of  what  the  objectives  are  trying to  achieve. n  Read  through  the  entire  lesson  plan  to  gain  an  understanding  of  the  contents. n  Research  the  reference  materials  to  obtain  subject  matter  detail  needed  to  support  the major   discussion   points. n  Observe  a  qualified  instructor’s  presentation  of  the  lesson  and  discuss  it  with  him  or  her before  personalizing  the  topic. n   Personalize   the   lesson   plan.   By   understanding   the   requirements   of   the   objectives,   you   can 87

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