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The Teacher's Playbook: Practical Pedagogy for Classical Educators

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  1. Introduction
    Intro to Framework (Preview Content)
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  2. Part I
    Lecture 1: Teacher Formation (Preview Content)
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  3. Part II
    Lecture 2: Culture Introduction
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  4. Lecture 3: Culture: Setting Conditions
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  5. Lecture 4: Culture: Growing Culture
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  6. Lecture 5: Culture: Responding in Love
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  7. Part III
    Lecture 6: Instruction Introduction
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  8. Lecture 7: Instruction: Planning
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  9. Lecture 8: Instruction: Delivering
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  10. Lecture 9: Instruction: Socratic Questioning
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  11. Lecture 10: Instruction: Assessing
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  12. Part IV
    Lecture 11: Setting the Path for Growth as a Teacher
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  13. Lecture 12: Setting the Supports for Teachers
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  14. Questions & Answers
    Questions & Answers
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  15. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test: The Teacher's Playbook: Practical Pedagogy for Classical Educators
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  • Do you create a unit plan for each unit?  Why or why not?  What would be the benefits of creating one?
  • Review either one of your own units plans or the sample plan.  Does the lay out the goals for the unit and does it show how this unit fits within the discipline?
  • Are you writing formal lesson plan?  If so, what format are you using?  What would be the benefits of using the general format given in this lecture?  Would there be any potential problems with the format and how can you adapt it to overcome those problems?
  • Do a peer review of one of your lessons?  In what ways can you improve how you lay out your lesson.