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  1. 1. By: KellyAtwaroo
  2. 2. • Class: Infant II• Topic: Caring of pets• Subject Area: General Science• Curriculum Area: Living things• Previous Knowledge: Basicknowledge of animals andidentify the different categoriesof animals.
  3. 3. After reviewing the characteristics of apet and discussing the importance of apet, the students should be able to:1. List at least 2 importance of caring for a pet.2. Briefly explain an activity pertaining to the caring of a pet.3. Name at least 3 animals that can be considered a pet and explain why these animals are considered pets.
  4. 4. •Using the pictures provided aroundthe class, the teacher will open adiscussion on the different animals.•Then the teacher will elicit from thestudents that are pets.•Engaging the students in thediscussion of the pets that they haveat home.•Which will aid the students identifythe different animals that can bepets.
  5. 5. •After eliciting the animals that canbe pets, the teacher will encouragethe activities a person can conductin order to care for a pet.•Eliciting from the students thedifferent activities that a person doin order to care for a pet.
  6. 6. The students are going to play agame of charades, in order to betterunderstand the ways in which aperson can care for a pet.Furthermore, in playing the game,the students are going to pair up.One person will be the animal andthe other will be the owner caring forthe pet. Moreover, the pairs are goingto act out the activities discussed.
  7. 7. The teacher will recap the withthe students the different ways inwhich a person can care for a pet.Then the students are asked todraw the an activity depicting aperson caring for a pet in theircopybooks.
  8. 8. BY: KellyAtwaroo
  9. 9. There are three domains of learningand these three domains make upBloom’s Taxonomy. Furthermorethese three learning domains are theCognitive domain, Affective domainand the Psychomotor domain.
  10. 10. Within the cognitive domaininvolves the knowledge and thedevelopment of intellectual skills.This includes the recall orrecognition of specific facts,procedural patterns and theconcepts that serve in thedevelopment of intellectualabilities and skills.
  11. 11. • Knowledge• Comprehension• Application• Analysis• Synthesis• Evaluation
  12. 12. Using the pervious lessonplan provided, can youidentify the cognitiveaspects of the lessonplan?
  13. 13. According to the pervious lessonplan majority of the lesson isbased on the cognitive domain. Ifyou answered that theidentifying of the different pets,the discussion of why theseanimals are considered pets, thelisting of the different activitiesthat a person can in caring for a
  14. 14. pet and the actualapplying of the activities,in order to play the gameare all correct. Also thedrawing of the picture isconsidered part of thecognitive domain.
  15. 15. Within the affective domaindeals with the emotions of thestudents. Therefore things likefeelings, values, appreciation,enthusiasms, motivation andattitudes are the main focus ofthe affective domain.
  16. 16. • Receiving phenomena• Responding to phenomena• Valuing• Organizing• Internalizing values
  17. 17. Using the lesson planprovided can you identifythe portion of the lessonplan that deals with theAffective domain?
  18. 18. According to the lessonplan, the main part of thelesson the pertain to theaffective domain, is theimportance of the pets.
  19. 19. This domain dealswith the physicalmovement,coordination and use ofthe motor skill areas.
  20. 20. •Perception•Set•Guided Responses•Mechanism•Complex Overt Response•Adaption•Origination
  21. 21. Using the lesson planprovided can youidentify thepsychomotor aspectsof the lesson?
  22. 22. According to the lesson plan,if you answered that thegame was the main part ofthe psychomotor, then youare correct. Also the drawingof the pictures.
  23. 23. Side note: If there are anyquestions or even additionalanswered to the questionfeel free to contact me atthis e-mail address –
  24. 24. Clark, D. (5th July 2010)Bloom’s Taxonomy ofLearning domains.Retrieved on: 12th April2012, From: