Updated February 2018
Welcome to the original place to find context for The 5 Minute Lesson Plan ©.
… used by hundreds of thousands of teachers in thousands of schools, in over 140+ countries across the world! “
Read the copyright licence. This is the original 5 Minute Lesson Plan©, including history and evidence.
How To Use?
Click here to read further explanation sand guidance for each of the sub-headings within the template. Or use a Targeted-Question grid to help frame higher-order questions. Where possible, use the Pose Pause Pounce Bounce AfL strategy to stimulate discussion.
The 5 Minute Series
There are 30+ other variations and templates – visit the #5MinPlanSeries.
Frequently Asked Questions
- An updated version of the 5MLP is available and published in my book.
- Read this guidance if you would like to know how it all started or how to use the lesson plan.
- There is also a digital version of The 5 Minute Lesson Plan © to help speed the process of planning.
- I also offer a step-by-step training programme for schools.
- You can find more original templates (see footer) and over 12 translations …
This video demonstration was created in December 2012.
The 5-Minute Digital Lesson Plan
The 5 Minute Lesson Plan © is available in digital format!
How It Started?
This blog may be how you have come to hear about The 5 Minute Lesson Plan ©. The original plan was first shared in 2008 on a piece of paper; it was first shared online in 2012. There are now over 30+ variations found here in The 5 Minute Series ©.
Visit the original link to TES Resources here – download the template – and more supporting resources. There is also a 5 Minute training programme here. You may want to pin yourself or your school to this worldwide 5 Minute map, or add your own 5 Minute template to this Wikispace and/or find a subject variation.
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… and used in over 140+ countries around the world!
The 5 Minute Lesson Plan © is developed by @TeacherToolkit ( Ross Morrison McGill ) and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. This means any adaptations are still the copyright of @TeacherToolkit. Based upon all work published at www.teachertoolkit.co.uk.