Importance of a Lesson plan.docx - Importance of a lesson plan 1 Helps evaluate lessons Just like teachers conduct exams to assess the understanding

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Importance of a lesson plan 1. Helps evaluate lessons: Just like teachers conduct exams to assess the understanding levels of students, educators also require a system that would help them evaluate their own performance as a teacher. If you compare your teaching technique with your lesson plan, you would immediately be more aware of how helpful your explanations are to your pupils. It would make education more student-friendly and really interesting. 2. Adds confidence: A lesson plan makes you more confident as you impart lessons to your students. Therefore, you start sounding smarter, thanks to your increased self-esteem. This happens since you know exactly what you are about to teach and how you would go about it. For instance, you can refer to your lesson plan to check what kind of assignments you would allot to learners to assess their knowledge on a particular topic. 3. Stimulate student interest: Most students seem to dislike the idea of sitting through a boring lecture irrespective of the subject! But your lesson plan can be an excellent value-

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