The Lesson Structure

Author
Van der Stoep, F., Van Dyk, C. J., Louw, W. J., and Swart, A.

Translation (1999) of: Die lesstruktuur. Johannesburg: McGraw-Hill, 1973

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I: ESSENTIALS OF THE LESSON STRUCTURE By F. van der Stoep

CHAPTER 1: THE ORIGIN OF THE LESSON STRUCTURE Introduction What is a lesson structure? The origin of the lesson structure The original experience in which the lesson structure is grounded The relationship between form and content The teaching task

CHAPTER 2: THE TEACHING AIM Introduction The teaching aim and the learning content Some brief comments on the essentials of the lesson structure The learning aim and the learwning content Summary

PART II: THE FORM OF THE LESSON By A. Swart

CHAPTER 3: THE FORM OF THE LESSON Ground forms Inductive and deductive approaches Ordering the learning material Types of lessons

PART III: THE DIDACTIC MODALITIES By C. J. van Dyk

CHAPTER 4: THE DIDACTIC MODALITIES Introduction Principles of actualization in didactic-pedagogic perspective Modes of learning: sensing and the choice of learning aids

PART IV: LESSON PREPARATION By W. J. Louw

CHAPTER 5: PREPARING A LESSON Introduction In preparing a lesson, what factors must a teacher consider that ulitmately have to be evident in the lesson write-up? Aspects of the lesson structure The lesson scheme Some examples of lesson write-ups BIBLIOGRAPHY