Goals, Objectives, and Unit Plans

The most important thing to do as a teacher is to organize your goals, objectives, and unit plans. Formulating goals and objectives is a major part of a teacher’s course of study, but they are only the beginning. The key is to take them and to give them real-world applications. These come in the form of your day-to-day lessons.

The chart below can serve as a mini-refresher course on the purpose and flow of goals and objectives. The next post will outline the basic steps involved in formulating a lesson.  You can find forms that can be used to develop and organize your plans in the Jumbo Book of Teacher Tips and Timesavers.  Remember, everything you do to prepare will be well worth it when the school day begins.

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