Framing the Lesson

FUNDAMENTAL 5

What is a lesson frame?

At its simplest level, a lesson frame represents the beginning and end of a lesson. Used effectively it is a powerful instructional resource. A lesson frame is made up of two distinct parts: the learning objective and what the student is expected to produce as a demonstration of the learning.


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How can framing the lesson benefit students?

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