Motivational strategy to an existing lesson plan

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Therefore, for learning to be effective, teachers do requires strategies and should frequently modify them while also adding new ones to the existing strategies. Hence, the purpose of this document is to examine the effect of new instructional and motivational strategy to an existing lesson plan on human brain.Lesson Plan: Effect of new instructional and motivational strategy to an existing lesson plan on human brain.Lesson 1: The BrainTeaching time: 1 hourTopic outline Teaching and Homework activities Teaching Strategies Points to not Learning objectives: To state the function of the cerebral cortex.To discuss ways scientists can map different brain’s regions to particular functions. Opportunity for practical work: carry brain models to class and let students explore the brain.nbsp.nbsp.Notably, the brain models have a lot of information thus the teacher should help students to find areas of the brain that control specific functions.nbsp.Summarise at the end of lesson that students only need to note that the cerebral cortex is a brain part that is mostly concerned with memory, intelligence, language and consciousness.Assignment: students to discuss different techniques that can be used to map functions of a brain’s different areas. Instructional strategyAfter Learning: Summarizing and note takingMotivational StrategyAfter Learning: Intrinsic motivation strategy Specification points: Students should recall that cerebral cortex is a part of our brain that is mainly concerned with memory and consciousness.