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Developing science

  1. 1. Developing Science LessonDeveloping Science Lesson
  2. 2. A. The Need for Planning • Why should you plan early enough? 1. Assurance of an effective procedure and a complete coverage 2. Good and reliable plan enhance self-confidence 3. Plan can be submitted to department head or head teacher for comments and suggestions. 4. Experience gained from your daily lesson planning task can serve as a well-earned qualification for future classroom activities 5. A systematically conceived lesson plan speaks of an orderly work and study habits of a teacher. 6. The choice and preparation of IM’s can be decided and included in a plan.
  3. 3. B. Factors to Consider • adequate knowledge about the subject matter to be taught • Appropriate teaching methodology • Sufficient materials and supplies • Equipment and laboratory tools • Books, references, amd other IM’s
  4. 4. Basic steps and parts of a lesson plan • Writing the objectives • Determining the teaching strategies • Identifying and incorporating appropriate IM’s • Designing assignments
  5. 5. Parts of Lesson Plan • Objectives • Subject matter • Materials needed • Background knowledge • Lesson proper • Assessment • Assignment
  6. 6. D. Planning the lesson • The lesson objectives -stated in behavioral terms -expressed in cognitive, affective and psychomotor domain • The subject -logically sequenced and with enough time allotments
  7. 7. • The lesson proper -starts with a good motivation -follows the procedure -involves analysis and summary -concludes with generalization about the lesson learned • Assessment -must jibes with the objectives set at the start • Additional activities • Assignment
  8. 8. Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Plan 1. General Classroom Atmosphere 2.Student interactions 3.Student Performance 4.Self Evaluation
  9. 9. • The methodology -guided by the desired objectives in terms of knowledge to be learned, skills to be developed and values to be instilled • The materials
  10. 10. Sample Lesson Plan What is matter made of? Objectives: a. cognitive: The Students must be able to discover what matter is made of. b. affective: The students must exhibit willingness to help one another by performing the activities assigned to the group. c. psychomotor: They must show adeptness in handling the tools and materials to be used as the magnifying lens and medicine dropper.
  11. 11. Lesson Proper:I. Activities a. performing 3 different activities by groups 1. crush the grains of salt in to the tinest particle. observe the particles using the magnifying lens. 2. do the same with grains of the sugar. 3. using a medicine dropper, place a drop of water on apiece of wax paper. b. recording observations by groups c. answering the questions found in each
  12. 12. • Subject: Matter and its Structure • Materials: Sugar, salt, dropper, candle, magnifiying lens, wax, paper • Background knowledge: Matter exists in solid, liquid and gaseous state.
  13. 13. II. Discussion after the 3 activities III. Concluding statements IV. Generalization
  14. 14. • Assessment POSING QUESTIONS -WHAT concepts they learned -HOW they felt after finishing the activity -WHERE they were able to use the tools correctly
  15. 15. • Assignment -continue reading about molecules -give some questions about the text the read
  16. 16. Parts of a Detailed Lesson Plan 1. overview-gives them idea on what is to be learned 2.pretest-tries to find out if students are ready to performed the activities 3.objectives-state what the students should able to do
  17. 17. Developing a Unit • unit - obtained from the course syllabus -consists of a major concepts and subtopics that may 2 -3 weeks to finish
  18. 18. 4. learning resources-includes the complete list of references 5. enrichment activities-optional activities 6. evaluation exercises-consists of a check if the learning behavior is achieved 7. post test-taken after the completion of the learning activities
  19. 19. The Format 1.title of the unit 2.relevance of the unit 3.concepts included 4.useful background knowledge 5.instructional objectives 6.suggested activities 7.summary 8.evaluation of the unit 9.references 10.materials 11.culminating activity
  20. 20. Developing Course Syllabus • Parts 1.course number and title 2.course description-overview of the course 3.course prerequisite- 4.course credit-number of recitation periods 5.course objectives 6.course outline-complete listing of strategies and techniques 7.course methodology-complete listing of topics 8.time allotment 9.course requirements-learning tasks for evaluating learning 10.suggested references