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How to Write Lesson Plan Step #2: Anticipatory Sets
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Which of the following best describes anticipatory sets?
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How to Write Lesson Plan Step #2: Anticipatory Sets
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Hi, I'm Kaytie Sproul, here for About.com. I'm a credentialed teacher in the state of California and today we're going to talk about the second step of writing a lesson plan.Now that you've written your objectives and goals, it's time to move on the anticipatory set of your lesson. This is all about giving context to your lesson and piquing your students' interest in what's to come, drawing on their previous learning or knowledge base. For instance, for a sixth grade English/Language Arts unit on Natalie Babbitt's Tuck Everlasting, a fantasy novel about immortality, there are dozens of ways to introduce your students to the material. You could simply begin by asking your students what the pros and cons would be of living forever and write their responses on the board as they're provided.You could also engage your class in a brief discussion on the fountain of youth and ask them to write a short journal entry on what they would do if they found it one day, allowing three or four students to read their entries aloud once everyone was finished. There are also a wide selection of poems and songs on immortality, as well as the natural cycle of life, that you could share with the class. Again, the meanings of these artistic pieces could lead to a group discussion and tied into the novel they're about to read.You anticipatory set could be as simple as reviewing the previous day's learning with your students before delving in to new material, which is often the most practical and effective choice for math lessons. On the other hand, you could go so far as to dress up like Thomas Jefferson to provoke thoughtful comment and questioning before teaching a Social Science lesson on the Constitution. Anticipatory sets allow you to get creative, so don't be afraid to try something different and fun. Your students' learning will benefit from it and the material will ultimately make more sense.
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