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Public Achievement eGuide
Table of Contents

Introduction and Acknowledgments
Student Learning Outcomes
YES Community Partner
PA Theory and Models 
The Language of Democracy
The Practice of PA  
Core Concepts
Public Skills
Coaching
Classroom Climate

Classroom Management

Lesson Planning

Coaching Principles

Debriefing

Coaching Effectiveness

Project Development I

Project Development II

Taking Action

Success and Failure

References

 

 

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Lesson Planning

 

Preparation and Lesson Planning
Rochelle Smalls and Harrison Parker

Good teachers know that in order to have a successful class they must have a well-prepared lesson plan. Public Achievement is no different, and all good Public Achievement coaches know that lesson plans will lead to successful sessions. Do not be worried about coming up with fun, educational and interesting activities to coach your Public Achievement group, as there are tons of resources available to assist you. When it comes to activities, remember the following phrase: “You don’t have to reinvent the wheel!”  Another important piece of advice is to always have a contingency plan! Plans B and C will come in handy!

 





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