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DEVELOPING LESSON PLAN - EDUC 5

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DESIGNING AND DEVELOPING A LESSON PLAN - EDUC 5

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DEVELOPING LESSON PLAN - EDUC 5

  1. 1. Designing and Developing Lesson Plan
  2. 2. Lesson Plan -is the teachers blueprint -a statement of achievements to be realized and the specific means by which these are to be attained as a result of the activities engaged in day to day under the guidance of the teacher.
  3. 3. Importance of a Lesson Plan 1.A pupils educational growth depends on the selection of subject matter,activities,experiences and methods adapted to his interest,needs,abilities and level of maturity. 2.Includes framing objectives and choosing subject matter,materials and evaluation techniques
  4. 4. 3.It involves fore seeing what is likely to happen and choosing experiences that will change for the the better. 4.It serves as a guide to the apprentice teacher. 5.Planning prevents waste of time that usually accompanies organized or haphazard teaching.
  5. 5. 3.It involves fore seeing what is likely to happen and choosing experiences that will change for the the better. 4.It serves as a guide to the apprentice teacher. 5.Planning prevents waste of time that usually accompanies organized or haphazard teaching.
  6. 6. 6.It preventswondering away from the subject matter by making the teacher conscious of what he has to accomplish for the day. 7.It gives a feelingof security especially to the beginning teacher. 8.The principle of self-activity to the learning of both teachers and pupils. 9.Are of use not only to teacher but also to principles and supervisors. 10.Past lesson plans will be use to a substitute teacher.
  7. 7. Basic Parts of a Lesson Plan  Objectives -provides goals to be attained,give direction to the class discussions,and call for what outcomes  Subject Matter-the specific subject matter and its sources textbooks,library references should be stated in the lesson plan.  Materials-are necessary aids to teaching and should includedin a lesson plan.It includes teaching aids and devices.
  8. 8. Basic Parts of a Lesson Plan  Procedure-this includes both teacher and pupil activity in the detailed lesson plan.  Assignment-a good assignment insures a good recitation because it tells definitely what is to be done,how is to be done and why it must be done.
  9. 9.  Motivation- to arouse the interes t of the pupils.  Generalization- the summary of the topics.  Evaluation-measurement of the pupils really understand the lesson.
  10. 10. Types of Lesson Plan  Detailed and Elaborate Lesson Plan (student teacher)- is anticipatory teaching.it puts down in writing the classroom activities that may occur. -the teacher tries to visualize how thw children will react,what difficulties they are likely to encounter and how they may be guided toachieve desired results.  Semi-detailed Lesson Plan(beginning teacher)omits pupils activity.It contains only the lesson,the procedure or the steps of the lessons.
  11. 11. Types of Lesson Plan  Skeletal outline/Brief Lesson Plan(expert teacher)-teacher who have taught the same subject for years usually make brief lesson plan. -time thus saved may be devoted to the preparation of materials and other teaching aids.
  12. 12. Taxonomy of Objectives . 1.Cognitive Domain-the objectives classified as cognitive emphasize intellectual learning and problem-solving task. Taxonomy of educational objectives for the cognitive. a.Knowledge- involves the recall of specifics and universals,the recall of methods and process, or the recall of a pattern,structure or setting.
  13. 13. b.Comprehension- refers to the type of understanding that the individual can make use of the material or idea being communicated w/o necessarily relating it to other materials or seeing its fullest implications. c.Application-the use of abstractions which may be technical priciples,ideas and theories. d.Analysis-the breaking up of comunications or text into its constituents elements
  14. 14. e.Synthesis- the putting together of elements and parts to form a whole. 2.Affective Domain-contains behaviors and objectives that have some emotional over tones.It encompasses likes and dislikes,attitudes,values and beliefs. Taxonomy of educational objectives for the affective. a.Receiving-concern is for the learner to be sensitive to the existence of certain phenomena and stimuli.
  15. 15. b.Responding-the concern is with responses that go beyond merely attending to the phenomena. c.Valuing-not motivated by the desire to comply or obey but by the individual's commitment to the underlying values that guide the behavior. d.Organization-as the learner continuously internalizes values,he encounters situations for which there are several relevant values.
  16. 16. e.Characterization by Values or Value Complex- values already have a place in the individual's values hierarchy. 3.Psychomotor Domain-complexity with attention to the sequence involved in the performance of a motor act. Taxonomy of educational objectives for the pychomotor. a.Perception- process of becoming aware of objects,qualities or relations by using the sense organs.
  17. 17. b.Set-a preparatory adjustment of readiness for a particular kind of. c.Guided response-the overt behavioral act of an individual under the guidance of an individual under the guidance of an instructor. d.Mechanism- the learner has achieved a certain confidence and degree of proficiency in the preformance of the act. e.Complex overt response-the act can be caried out smoothly and efficiently.
  18. 18. f.Adaptation-motor activities are altered to meet the demands of a new problematic situation requiring physical response. g.Organization-this involves creating new motor acts or ways of manipulating materials based on understandaing,abilities and skills developed in the psychomotor area.
  19. 19. CHAPTER II MODELS OF INTEGRATION AND SAMPLE LESSON PLANS 26/07/2014
  20. 20. 26/07/2014 Content-Based Instruction  It is the integration of the content of learning areas like Sibika at Kultura(SK); Heograpiya/Kasaysayan/Sibika (HKS) and Science and Health in language teaching. It means that the content of SK; HKS will be used as vehicle for the development of language skills in Filipino. In developing the skills in English the content of Science and Health will be used.
  21. 21. 26/07/2014 Model of Content-based Instruction
  22. 22. 26/07/2014 Integration Across All Learning Areas – Thematic Model of Instruction
  23. 23. 26/07/2014 Importance of Lesson Plan Lesson plan must be  S – Systematic  M – Measurable  A – Attainable  R – Retainable  T – Time Bound
  24. 24. 26/07/2014
  25. 25. CHAPTER III A Sample Lesson Plan In Content- Based Integration-Filipino 26/07/2014
  26. 26. Integrated Approach - is the process or practice of combining different elements and presenting them as one unifying whole 26/07/2014
  27. 27. Integration - is the process or practice of combining different elements and presenting them as one unifying whole 26/07/2014
  28. 28. 26/07/2014
  29. 29. 26/07/2014 What is thematic units? • units of instruction that address a central theme. •Instructional units lead to development of integrated study
  30. 30. 26/07/2014 Why Use Thematic Units 2. Helps students understand connections 3. Expands assessments strategies 4. Keeps students engaged 1. It Increases students interest. 5. Compact the curriculum 6. Saves teachers time because it incorporates all subjects. 6. Draws on connection from the real Word and life experience
  31. 31. 26/07/2014 Key Components of Thematic Unit. 2. Goals and Objectives 3. Grade Level 4. Learning Activities 1. Theme 5. Resources and materials 6. Evaluation
  32. 32. 26/07/2014 Tips for creating Thematic Units 1. Find an engaging theme 2. Create fun activities 3. Evaluate Student Learning
  33. 33. Sample Thematic Model for Grade III (a one week lesson) 26/07/2014
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