BOPPPS is one of many lesson planning models instructors can use to organize classes, sessions, and workshops.
BOPPPS is an acronym representing the various components of an active learning lesson plan:
bridge-in, outcomes (or objectives), pre-assessment, participatory learning, post-assessment, and summary.
Queen's University Teaching Support Centre provides a great visual summary for the BOPPPS Model for Lesson Planning (CC By-NC-SA)
Use this template as a starting point for your lesson plan:
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