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A lesson plan is a teacher's detailed explanation of a lesson's course of instruction, also known as the "learning trajectory." A teacher creates a daily lesson plan to facilitate class learning. Details can differ based on the teacher's preferences, the subject being discussed, and the students' needs. It's likely that the school system will place limitations on the plan. A lesson plan is the teacher's guide for delivering a specific lesson, and it includes the aim (what the students should learn), how the goal will be achieved (method, procedure), and a way to assess how well the goal was achieved (test, worksheet, homework, etc.). While there are many formats for a lesson plan, most lesson plans contain some or all of these elements, typically in the order of title of the lesson, time required to complete the lesson, list of required materials, list of objectives, an instructional component, an evaluation, and an analysis.
In the United States, Canada, Turkey, and Greece, pre-kindergarten (also known as Pre-K or PK) is a voluntary classroom-based preschool program for children under the age of five (when kindergarten starts). It may be taught in a nursery or during the first year of elementary school. Pre-kindergartens set themselves apart from other child care by concentrating fairly on a child's social, physical, mental, and cognitive development. They also use a set of teaching principles developed by the organization to shape curriculum, instructional activities, and objectives.
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