LESSON PLAN 10<br />Room: ICT Room<br />Objective(s): At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:<br /><ul><li>Name...
Answer the simple circuit worksheet at least 85% accuracy.
TimeTopicContentPresentationTeaching AidsExercises8.00 am – 9.30 amUnit 4: Electricity –A Simple CircuitQuestions:I am lon...
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  1. 1. LESSON PLAN 10<br />Room: ICT Room<br />Objective(s): At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:<br /><ul><li>Name the bulb, dry cell, connecting wire,battery holder correctly.
  2. 2. Answer the simple circuit worksheet at least 85% accuracy.
  3. 3. TimeTopicContentPresentationTeaching AidsExercises8.00 am – 9.30 amUnit 4: Electricity –A Simple CircuitQuestions:I am long and thin. I am use to connect things. Electric can pass through me. What am I?I am round. Sometimes I can light up and sometimes I do not. I can be hot when you touch. What am I?I have different length and shape. I have positive and negative charges. I stored electrical energy. What am I?Set induction ( 5 min)The teacher will recapped the previous lesson using Riddles.All the pupils will stand up and make a large circle including the teacher with hand joining by holding each other.One of the pupils will be given a name tack with bulb label. The teacher will use the dry cell label.The teacher will give instruction: (see Appendix 1)When the teacher starts to hold the hands from the right side, the students on the right side will also hold their friend’s hands of the right side of them.It continuous and when it reaches the students with the tagged of bulb symbol, the students should said ‘Yes’.Then the process continuous until it reaches the teachers again. The teacher will also shout ‘Yes’ when the teacher feels it.The teacher and students do the games.Developmental stagesStep 1 (15 min)Activities with teachers. (see appendix 1)Name tag: BulbDry cell(See Appendix 2)The same process but one of the students before the students with bulb symbol will be step aside from the group and make the gap between them, thus no hands joining on that part.The students with bulb symbol cannot feel the hand and thus no ‘Yes’ shout out.The same process goes again but this time, one of the students after the students with bulb symbol will be step aside and thus the teacher with dry cell symbol will not shout ‘Yes’.Step 2 (15 min)Activities with teachers (See Appendix 2)Name Tack:BulbDry CellThe students will be divided into four groups.The teacher will asked the students to discuss the conclusion from the first, second and third games.Step 3 (20 min)The students will be divided into four groups.DiscussionA4 paper• The pupils will present their view orally.• The teacher will explain the reason and the teacher also use the Powerpoint slide.(Introducing Electricity)Step 4 (20 min)PresentationTeacher will explain using the Powerpoint slide.Powerpoint SlideCutting and paste the simple circuit pictures.(See Appendix 3)Step 5: Written work(10min)The pupils are asked to download the worksheet from the wordpress.Worksheet(Appendix 3)Class workExample of questions:What is use to connect the circuit?What will happen to the bulb when the circuit is complete?Closure (5 min)Recapped the lesson through Question and Answer sessions.</li></ul>Appendix 1 (Example of the structure of the activity)<br />32957531722772976777172277Pupils holding hand<br />14058905588010623552641602614295412752213610-609601796415-64135<br />82486521415728981402540<br />301117068580619760227965<br />316435299887616156294138<br />3171190177800293687547625025793706068102235200751840183451586233014452607486651066165592455835660277495<br />151130188595<br />Teacher with dry cell name tack<br />146685220507<br />Pupil with bulb name tack<br />Appendix 2 (Example of the structure of the activity)<br />32957531722772976777172277Pupils holding hand<br />14058905588010623552641602614295412752213610-609601796415-64135<br />82486521415728981402540<br />301117068580619760227965<br />329609318785700316435299887616156294138Gap<br />1511302346325293687547625025793706068102235200751840183451586233014452607486651066165592455835660277495<br />392307430524353187035560One pupil move <br />Teacher with dry cell name tack<br />146685220507<br />Pupil with bulb name tack<br />Appendix 3<br />Name: ___________________________________<br />Class: ___________________<br />Date: _________________________________<br />Cut the pictures below and paste (at the next page) to make a complete circuit.<br />You have to draw the connective wire.<br />Label your diagram.<br /> <br />-321534-24193500<br />

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