has a correct layout

Ask yourself the following questions:

There must be a structure in your assignments. Check for yourself what your group can do: what is the initial situation, and what would be the most logical next step? Try to think about what the effect of an assignment could be, what correction you would make and what a meaningful second or third assignment could be. Having a fourth or fifth assignment on hand is important, it is always possible that your home-made assignments are picked up faster than you thought or that some of your students pick it up faster than the others. You can then give them a fourth or fifth assignment.

An important point in the structure of a lesson is that exercise 2 does not always have to immediately follow exercise 1. You then ignore the possibility that exercise 1 has not yielded anything. Doing exercise 1 again, after a brief explanation of what was still not right, no one minds. This is especially true when you have to teach beginners.

If you have to teach a group of students several times, it is useful to plan the lesson themes for all lessons. The experience of the instructor plays a major role in this. If you as an instructor have never taught one and the same group for a longer period of time, it is difficult to make such a schedule. Even within a season you have to make use of a certain preconceived organization. A coat rack that you can hang a season on. A structure that provides clarity and on which you can always fall back.

As starting points, we take themes that are also the basis of cores A and B in the lesson structure.

Within a lesson and within a seasonal planning, we always try to take into account the following basic rules of the method of learning the skating movement. We always take the basic skating movement as a starting point, unlearning a movement is more difficult than learning something.

in terms of structure of a lesson

in the structure of a course