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Instructional Planning for Teachers

Many teachers have misinterpreted Madeline Hunter’s instructional planning suggestions.

Over the years Madeline Hunter’s lesson planning model has come under some criticism mainly because of faulty interpretation in how the approach was supposed to be used. Themodel has been incorrectly perceived as an inflexible recipe or cookbook approach to lesson planning. That is, if all the ingredients are not included and used in sequence, then the model is not being followed.

This is not how the model was supposed to work. As Madeline Hunter perceived it, the model was completely flexible and open-ended. The steps should be considered when planning a lesson. Having considered them, then select, abandon, or judiciously include any or all of the steps.

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