Teaching phase

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The division of lessons into lesson phases and their alternation, also called phasing in technical language , is determined by their function for the lesson and by the chosen social form . Only general phases such as greeting and saying goodbye are the same.

A division of the teaching time according to the teaching function follows this pattern:

  • Lesson introduction to the lesson topic
  • Transition with the central question or problem orientation
  • Elaboration (possibly divided into partial steps or groups)
  • Summary / securing results / presentation of results
  • if necessary deepening through application / exercise / transfer / reflection

The group lessons are typically divided into a work assignment, ensuring understanding (of the assignment or the materials), group work , completion phase and evaluation phase.

The model of the action-oriented learning and reflection loop from Bernd Ott integrates a presentation phase into this model and emphasizes the independent, productive development.