Ratnawati Ratnawati


Lesson plan is the written procedures of activities in the teaching
and learning process. Some components which create lesson plan at least
standard competence, basic competence, objective, and learning activities,
also assessment. An observation found that lesson plan mismatched to
teaching and learning process. Consequently, students did not meet good
competences in their learning. Considering this condition, the developed
lesson plan is highly needed to overcome above problems. This article deals
with R n D research design proposed by Borg and Gall (1983). The steps of
research-based design focused on preliminary and information collecting,
planning, and develop preliminary product of form. The instrument was
used is interview. The result of this study shown that developed lesson plan
is more attractive, applicable, and informative than previous one. In line
with result, development is very important in education. Educational
development is way to build creative and innovative thinking. Also,
developing lesson plan is needed to determine the success of teaching and
learning process.
Key words: lesson plan, competence, and development

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