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 Be able to design standard lesson plans.

 Be able to elaborate the learning objectives into other lesson plan components correctly.

 Be able to evaluate their own lesson plans.

Training Materials:

 Current Lesson Plan Evaluation

 Lesson Plan

 Component of Lesson Plans


Activity 1 (Brainstorming): Lesson Plan Evaluation


 In a group of four, swap your lesson plan you prepare for peer teaching or the one you commonly use at

school with a friend next to you.

 Using IPKG 1 (Instrument for Planning), assess your friend’s lesson.



 A plan that describes procedures and organization of learning in order to achieve one basic competency established in the Content Standard.

 The Lesson Plan is developed from a Syllabus.

 It is developed from one or more competencies (Listening and Speaking, etc.) for one or more meetings.

 Path of Lesson Plan Development:


Standard (SI) Syllabus




 Learning Objectives

 Teaching Materials

 Teaching Methods/Strategies and Teaching and Learning Activities

 Teaching Resources



 Establishing Learning Objectives

 Selecting Materials

 Selecting Teaching Methods & TL Activities

 Selecting Teaching Resource


1. Establishing Learning Objectives

 Effective Lesson Plan starts from appropriate and clearly written objectives

 An objective is a description of learning outcome – destination (not journey).

 Clear,well-written objectives will help:  select appropriate teaching materials

 state precisely what we want students to do.

 guide the selection of appropriate activities, resource including media


Establishing ... (cont.)

 Learning objectives are expressed in action verbs

(observable and measureable) (see Bloom’s Taxonomy or Barrett’s Taxonomy for measurable action verbs and their level of complexity).

 Learning objectives are developed from indicators

 Learning objectives consist of ABCD: Audience (A),

Behaviour (B), Condition (C), and Degree (D).


Establishing ... (cont.)

 The formulation of learning objectives must be:  complete (when they are add up, they will form the



Activity 2: Check your own


2. Selecting Materials

 Teaching materials must be presented in clear orders.

 Teaching materials are taken from the object of the learning objectives

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melafalkan kata-kata yang berhubungan dengan tema

My school

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Considerations in Selecting Materials

 Learners’ potencies

 Relevance on local geneous

 Learners’ development: physical, intelectual, emotional, social and spiritual

 Benefit to learners

 Knowledge structures

 Learner’s needs and the demand of the community


Activity 3: Selecting Materials


3. Selecting Teaching Methods &

TL Activities

 The selection of teaching method/technique/strategy must be based on the learning objectives (Three-phase technique, 4Ps, CTL, TLC ...)

 The selection of the teaching method must be based on learner-centered (learner-based activity)


Pembelajaran secara Terintegrasi

 Teaching and Learning Cycles (TLC)

 Contextual Teading and Learning (CTL)

 Cooperative Learning (dengan berbagai model)

 Fanani’s Technique (diperkenalkan di Australia dalam pembelajaran BIPA)

 Integrated Language Learning (ILL)

 Whole Language

 Three-Phase Technique


Pembelajaran Speaking

 Information Gaps

 Role Plays

 Simulation

 Discussions

 Story Telling

 Interview

 TLC (Spoken Cycles)

 Presentation

 Project Presentation


Pembelajaran Listening

 Total Physical Response (TPR)

 Reading Race

 Note Taking

 Mind Mapping

 Cloze Procedure


Pembelajaran Reading

 Mind Mapping

 Note Taking

 SQ3R/SQ4R (Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Record, Review)

 REAP (Reading, Ecoding, Annotating, Pondering)

 SRR (Survey, Read, Review)

 PQ4R (Preview, Question, Read, Recite, Review, Rewrite)

 Reading Race


Pembelajaran Writing

 Mind mapping

 Project Report

 TLC (Written Cycles)

 Deconstruction-Construction Model (DCM)


Teaching and Learning Activities

 Steps/Activities to achieve learning objectives.

 Focus on learners (learners’-centered)

 Clear stages (modelling, practices, reinforcement (review))

 Stages/Steps depend on model/strategy applied

 Steps:

 Pre-Activity, Whilst Activity and Post-Activity

 4Ps (presentation, Practice and Production, and Plenary)


4. Selecting Teaching Resource

 Teaching materials are reference and media used in teaching and learning process.


Activity: Check your resource

 Based on the explanation above, check your own resourse (reference and media) you used. Does it


5. Selecting Assessment

 Assessment is a set of activities to provide, analyze and interprete data about proses and achievement of the learners.

 The function of the assessment is to measure students’ achievement towards the objectives established.

 Assessment must be derived from indicators (assess what you teach)


Selecting Assement ... (cont.)


Activity: Scheck your assessment


Berbagai Bentuk RPP

 KTSP Model

 British Council Model




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