"A good lesson typically has three main parts.
The Pre or the Beginning of the Lesson.
The teacher should aim to teach something new or tie in new information with previously taught material, which can be anything from a quote, to a question or a discussion. The purpose is to set the stage for the main part of the lesson. Typically, anywhere between five to ten minutes is enough.
The Main Part of the lesson is the task or goal you expect the students to achieve. It can be a new skill or a review of a previously taught skill. This is where students spend most of the time processing and digesting the material.
The Post or Ending of the Lesson. This should be the last ten minutes of the lesson, also known as a wrap up or a review."
New Teacher Tips For How to Write a Lesson Plan That Engages Your Students
New Teacher Tips For How to Write a Lesson Plan That Engages Your Students: