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Session Plan Template
this is usually the title of the session – for example ‘Photosynthesis’ or ‘Shakespeare’s Hamlet’
Aim: this is what the tutor intends to do – for example ‘explain the process of photosynthesis’ or ‘discuss the main themes in Hamlet’
Learning Outcomes: Learning Outcomes describe what the students will be able to DO as a result of their learning in the session at the
threshold level (see web page for guidance on writing learning outcomes). For
a session 2 or 3 is plenty. For example:
At the end of the session a successful student will be able to:
Describe the process of photosynthesis or
Discuss the theme of revenge in Hamlet
T & L Methods
What time do
you expect to
start and end
each part of
the session –
for example:
10.00 – 10.10
10.30 – 10.40
The methods being used. It is
important to use a range of
different methods / modes. For
The process of photosynthesis
Stephen Greenblatt: Hamlet in Purgatory
It is a good
idea to plan in
some flexibility
as activities
will often take
more or less
time than you
Tutor presentation
Student presentation
You should also include
activities that engage students
in ‘active learning’ such as
setting small group tasks.
See the TLDU website
eas/methods or web links
es/web for more ideas of
activities to use.
The resources used in
your session will
depend on your
discipline. Some basic
ones would be:
This is about how you (and
your students) will know
whether they have achieved
the learning outcomes. This
will usually be by informal
means such as asking
questions or observing how
well students cope with
tasks or engage in a
discussion. So for our 2
examples here the
‘assessment’ could be a
small group task to create a
poster showing the process
of photosynthesis or a
seminar discussion on
Hamlet following the
student presentation.
PowerPoint slides
You should try to use
as many interesting
resources as possible,
such as subjectspecific artefacts,
illustrations, real
examples etc.
Evaluation / Reflection. This is a space for you to make some notes on the session – how did it go? what worked well? what not so well? why was
that? what could you do differently next time?