Lesson Planning Components: Instructional Process/Strategies
The effectiveness of your teaching has a direct correlation with the instructional process/strategies you apply in creating your lesson plans for adult students. At the beginning of each lesson plan, you must remember to include the reason(s) as to why they must learn something. To support continuous active learning, lesson plans should vary in their structure to avoid dullness, boredom and limited attention-span. From the beginning to the end of the lesson plan, adult students should be engaged, able to understand and retain the information they have learned and provide themselves with a direct link from the knowledge learned to the relevancy and benefit it serves their individual needs.