Developing a lesson plan;Subject of the week;Personal, social, and health education

16th April 1999 at 01:00

* develop a clear school drugs policy * negotiate elements of curriculum content with pupils * check you understand the lawrules around confidentiality * select good quality resources * carefully brief any visitors you use to support your programme During

* negotiate ground rules for classroom behaviour * use active learning strategies: go easy on the "didactic" * set clear aims for the lesson and tell the pupils what they are * evaluate what you have achieved * show you have high expectations of pupils

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