A LYS Teacher asks the following question:
How much detail should my Lesson Frame include?
SC Response The Short Answer: Just enough.
The Slightly Longer Answer: Great question, that a number of teachers struggle with. Your Lesson Frame needs just enough details so the students know what they will be working on during that particular lesson (OBJECTIVE) and how they will demonstrate that they learned the most important element of that particular lesson (CLOSE).
In practice, this means that your Objective can be written in one to three sentences and your Close can be written in one to three sentences. Save the in-depth information for the actual lesson.
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