The 5 Minute Lesson Plan by @TeacherToolkit

Designed to reduce planning time & focus on key learning phases within a lesson. (Will still require thinking!) Remember - Sept. 2014 - Ofsted no longer require a lesson plan for lessons, but evidence of ‘a planned lesson!’ Useful for coaching and mentoring NQTs; or with established colleagues for paired observations. “Stickability” = What will stick in students minds as they leave your lesson? What key point do you want them to remember? Now translated into 8 languages. Pin your plan? Contact me @TeacherToolkit

Updated Oct 2014


243 Reviews

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    user avatarPiou2 months agoReport

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    user avatarRoarke6 months agoReport

    Great resource- I particularly liked seeing the examples and revised formats. Not sure I will use day to day but certainly helpful!

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    user avatarTracyP0077 months agoReport

    Attending an interview for teacher training and need and have never been keen on the format I currently use at Preschool. This looks ideal as it is achievable, the point of any effective planning.

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    user avatariris_windom17 months agoReport

    Thanks so much! This is just what I was looking for.

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    user avatarbrandihanson9 months agoReport

    I LOVE this! My middle school requires use of a specific lesson plan format, but no one ever uses it because it is two pages long and doesn't give any sense of the flow of the lesson. This is exactly what I was looking for! My principal may not love that I'm not using the template they gave us, but it is definite evidence of lesson planning rather than just a lesson plan, and the visual format really helps me understand how/where to make changes!!!