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there are some key things that have to to considered in order to prepare a good plan curriculum.
1. Who is planning for?
Guides me, the teacher
2. Why is planning needed?
Gives me clarity about…
– what the pupils will learn
– how the pupils will learn
– how I will know what the pupils have learned
3. How is planning done?
The length of my plans is not an indication of their quality. The detail and level of planning required may vary from teacher to teacher. For example newly-qualified teachers may draft more detailed schemes than their experienced colleagues.
My plans are practical and purposeful and the format adopted is user-friendly. In other words, it’s about what works for me. The format used for short-term planning may vary from school to school. It is advisable that a school staff should consider using a similar format for all teachers.
§ My short-term planning is informed by my long-term plan.
for each subject area it should have.
• date and level
• content objectives and skills
• learning objectives
• learning activities / methodologies
• linkage and integration
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.