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LESSON PLAN 2
Topic 1: How Do Students Think and Learn?
How do the lesson plan support student's thinking and learning?
Students thinking and learning are based on the activities laid in the lesson plan. The
availability of the questions, for instance, from the three pigs' story engages the student in
applying the things that they have learned. A lesson plan also infuses activities like chart
completion and journal writing, which helps the student learn while thinking of the lesson tips
when answering the questions.
Given that the students are required to answer the question, they will be brainstorming on
possible answers for the short story's questions. It is this brainstorming that allows for them also
to complete the charts and present a journal writing. Piaget noted that the students are almost
past the preoperational stage as they display some intellect when performing these tasks. It is in
line with Piaget's theory that cognitive development does not rely on culture but on a
predetermined order.
How would you modify the lesson plan to better support student's thinking and learning?
Modification of a lesson plan creates more room for the student to understand the lesson
better. To ensure this, I would add one more activity to the program. I would add a session,
which is an elimination game. The students will be placed in groups and asked questions about
the book. The group that answers the most questions will be the winners after eliminating the rest
of the groups with minimum scores.
When the students are placed in groups, they interact socially and improve their chances
of passing the test. They discover few things about their partners that they never knew before

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Running Head: LESSON PLAN 1 Lesson Plan Student's Name Institution Affiliation LESSON PLAN 2 Topic 1: How Do Students Think and Learn? How do the lesson plan support student's thinking and learning? Students thinking and learning are based on the activities laid in the lesson plan. The availability of the questions, for instance, from the three pigs' story engages the student in applying the things that they have learned. A lesson plan also infuses activities like chart completion and journal writing, which helps the student learn while thinking of the lesson tips when answering the questions. Given that the students are required to answer the question, they will be brainstorming on possible answers for the short story's questions. It is this brainstorming that allows for them also to complete the charts and present a journal writing. Piaget noted that the students are almost past the preoperational stage as they display some intellect when performing these tasks. It is in line with Piaget's theory that cognitive development does not rely on culture but on a predetermined order. How would you modify the lesson plan to better support student's thinking and learning? Modification of a lesson plan creates more room for the student to understand the lesson better. To ensure this, I would add one more activity to the program. I would add a session, which is an elimination game. The students will be placed in groups and asked questions about the book. The group that answers ...
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