Question: Plan an activity based lesson using any one of the four skills (Reading/ Listening/Writing or Speaking ). Kindly note that you have to select any one subject ( for your lesson plan) from the list given below: 1. EVS 2. Math (chosen) 3. Science 4. Language 5. Art and craft Your lesson can incorporate PPT, music, rhymes, story etc and the lesson should cater to the young learners’ class.
511345 PPELT 2 Lesson plan Form : 2 Level : Mixed ability Date : 23rd July 2015 Time : 1.50 PM-.2.40 PM (50 minutes) Theme : Health Topic : Food For Thought Focused skills : Speaking skill Integrated skills: Listening and reading skill. Grammar structures/ lexical items/phonology Lexical items: Words that are related to the term 'balanced and healthy diet' e.g: food pyramid, portion of food, antibody, junk food, illness, fitness, etc. Grammar structure: Modal verbs 'should'
2014 The focus themes for this unit lesson plan are fantasy, fairy tales, and real life. The children will be able to listen to stories, nursery rhymes, and read books on their own to enhance their reading ability. Fantasy, Fairy tales, and real life are told using fictional characters that the teacher can use to relate or identify with the children or use as teachable lesson plans with their children. Most fantasies, fairy tales, or real life story are used
DAR Lesson Plan: Compare and Contrast Cherry Murphy Describe The teacher candidate taught a lesson on compare and contrast with a small group in Mrs. Wilson's third grade classroom at Lamar County Elementary School on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. The lesson lasted approximately 40 minutes. Prior to this lesson, the students listed characteristics and elements within a story. The objective of this lesson was to learn how to find similarities and differences amongst the story elements and within
Unit 3: Annotated Lesson Plan National University TED 621A November 13, 2013 Unit 3: Annotated Lesson Plan I. Lesson Description Date: November 13, 2013 Content Area: Math Topic: Percents, Fractions, Decimals Title: Relate Percents to Fractions and Decimals Grade: Fifth Makeup of classroom: 18 students, nine boys, and nine girls. Two ESL students, one from Mexico and one from Russia. Both students are classified as higher end, they have been here for a couple of years and understand
Softball Lesson Plan I. Learning Objectives: The students will be able to: Identify the proper hand positioning of fielding different types of groundballs by watching film of Derek Jeter. The students will be able to: Demonstrate the proper footwork while approaching a groundball by performing the skill in groups of three. The students will be able to: Work with classmates appropriately during class by showing proper teamwork and sportsmanship skills in class. II. Main Message:
Lesson Plan Revised Regina Robinson-Hendrix 623 MFAED Introductions to Teaching & Learning Professor: Andrew Sean February 10, 2013 This lesson plan is a format that I have chosen because of the environment of my work place. Students in my school environment are in a behavioral setting. This school is only a temporary placement. Critiquing this lesson plan is difficult because all of the elements are needed due to the students and their learning
Lesson Plan Instructional Objective The students will learn phoneme Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Section 110.12 English Language Arts and Reading, Grade 1, Beginning the School Year 2009-2010 (b) Reading/Beginning Reading Skills/Phonological Awareness. Students display phonological awareness. Students are expected to: recognize the change in a spoken word when a specified phoneme is added, changed, or removed (e.g.,/b/l/o/w/ to/g/l/o/w/); Materials Velcro board
Early Years Lesson Plan The Alphabet Objective To match the letters of the alphabet and recognise their names. Resources Copies of the activity sheets 1 and 2. Copy of the CD-ROM Mouse in the House. Preparation Find the washing day game on the CD-ROM. Name cards for each child. 2 sets of alphabet cards (activity sheet 2) – glue these on to card, cover and cut out. Early Learning Goals • Personal, social & emotional development: Chat with confidence and share ideas in a group. Look at the name