UAT 213: Planning and Presenting Lessons
This course covers methods of teaching about planning and presenting two types of lessons: skills and information. Students will learn to use traditional and UA electronic resources for planning lessons, managing courses and teaching. Students will learn to choose methods, techniques and technologies appropriate to a particular class and situation. Working together, students will develop a lesson plan, deliver a brief lecture and demonstrate a task. Limited to United Association program participants.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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