You are on page 1of 9

Department

Topic : Batteries

Vocational Pedagogy

Class: EM-6

AVP-2_Lesson Preparation

AVP-2 Lesson Preparation


o

Topic: Batteries

Date and Time: 23/12/2014

50 minutes

Name Student / ID
Abdullah Abdulhakim

/ 109

Name Student / ID
Hani Eid ALJuaid

/ 125

Department

Topic : Batteries

Vocational Pedagogy

Class: EM-6

AVP-2_Lesson Preparation

Table of Contents
1.

Didactic Reflection............................................................................................................ 1
1.1 Curriculum Analysis........................................................................................................ 1
1.2 Content Analysis............................................................................................................ 1
1.3 Didactic Analysis............................................................................................................ 2

2.

Lesson Plan....................................................................................................................... 3
2.1 General Learning Objectives:......................................................................................... 3
2.2 Specific Learning Objectives:......................................................................................... 3
2.3 Overview of the Intended Process.................................................................................. 4

3.

Application of Didactic Principles...................................................................................... 6

4.

List of attached teaching material.................................................................................... 7

5.

References........................................................................................................................ 7

1. Didactic Reflection

1.1 Curriculum Analysis


- The name of the course is Electric Circuits-1 and the code is (ELT 106). The contact hours for
this course are 3 hours of lecture and 1 hour of tutorial.
- This is a theoretical course and that will help the trainees to get more knowledge about the
electrostatic, batteries, and fundamentals of DC current. Also covered are analyses of DC
circuits, electromagnetism, and magnetic circuits. This course doesnt have any prerequisites.
- The general objective of this course is to develop the knowledge of the trainees about the
electric circuit specially the batteries. And the specific objectives of the course are the trainees
should know what the batteries are, list the types of the batteries and find out where they can
use batteries.
- The unit of our topic is batteries, and the specific objective of the course that relate to this unit
is recognize to the types of the batteries.
1.2 Content Analysis
- Batteries are part of our everyday life. A day would not last without using our hand
phones. Every time we go out, we either drive our car or take a public vehicle. We
use a remote control to switch channels while watching television. We unconsciously
bump with batteries in everyday events.There are two types of the batteries and
also each type has sections. The primary battery has two sections which are zinccarbon battery and mercury battery. The secondary battery has two sections which
are lead-acid battery and alkaline battery. When the trainees recognize to each type
of the batteries they will know where they could use each type in their daily life. As
an example when the trainees realize the primary battery they will find out the
primary battery is non rechargeable so we could use it for instance in the flashlight
and the TV.
- The trainees must have basic information about the battery like each battery must
have two positive poleand negative pole and something like that, because having a
little background about that is very important. Alsothe trainees in order to understand the
batteries very well, they must have basic knowledge of electrostatics like the electric charge and

Abdullah Abdulhakim & Hani Eid ALJuaid

Page 1 of 7

the capacitors. Having a basic knowledge of the electrostatics it will help the trainees to
understand the batteries and the installation of the batteries easier. As an example the batteries
have positive poles and negative poles and thats related to the electric charge. Learning the
batteries will help the trainees in the DC circuits in the next lesson because we must use the
batteries as an electrical supply in the DC circuits.
1.3 Didactic Analysis
- We want to make our lesson active and enjoyable in the class, we will use the inductive
approach by make some conversation and research in the internet and the trainees after that
find out the topic of the lesson. We believe this approach is the best approach because it makes
the trainees think about the topic and that's what we want from any lesson to motivate the
trainees and let them to think and participate in the class.
- We want to get the interest of the trainees so we use the didactic principle of motivation by
doing an individual work by asking question and let to the trainee who know the answer to come
and write his answer on the whiteboard and even if the trainee doesnt know the answer is very
helpful to choose him and push him to tray and thats very important for each trainee for
Breaking the barrier of fear to stand in front of other Trainees. Also making a group work is very
good because it allows to all the trainees to work together and communicate with each other to
solve the problems or the questions. Making a partner work ensure all the members working not
just one person working and the others just watching like what happen sometimes in the group
work so we believe this is the best way for motivate the trainees and ensure all the trainees are
working.
- We make the lesson vivid and therefore more understandable by using different colors and
nice PowerPoint designing so the trainees can differentiate between the types also we use
pictures to clarifying the uses of each type of the batteries. Putting a picture always something
good but we mean clear picture. It makes the trainees to understand the points easily and faster.
- We activate the trainees by using principle of self-activity by asking some trainees to draw the
answeron the whiteboard individually as an example we have a question of the uses of the
batteries and we can ask particular trainee to do it.
- We link the new content to already taught and learned content by mentioning information which
related to the electric charge.

Abdullah Abdulhakim & Hani Eid ALJuaid

Page 2 of 7

- We use didactic reduction by mention use of the one type of the primary battery which are the
zinc-carbon battery without mention the uses of the second type which is the mercury battery.

2. Lesson Plan
2.1 General Learning Objectives:
The Trainees
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Practice their English language. (Cognitive)


Develop their knowledge about the electric circuit. (Cognitive)
Participate with the trainer. (Affective)
Write in the notes. (Cognitive)
Answer the questions. (Cognitive)
Know some part of the model. (Cognitive)

2.2 Specific Learning Objectives:


The Trainees
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Research in internet about in information of the batteries (Reorganization /Cognitive)


Mention the types of the batteries. (Reproduction / Cognitive)
Draw the uses of the batteries on the whiteboard. (Reproduction / Cognitive)
List the types of the primary batteries. (Reproduction / Cognitive)
Answer the questions of the worksheet. ( Reproduction / Cognitive)
Answer the questions of the quiz on the Flip charts. ( Reproduction / Cognitive)
7. Explain the ways to keep the lead-acid battery. (Reorganization / Cognitive)

Abdullah Abdulhakim & Hani Eid ALJuaid

Page 3 of 7

2.3 Overview of the Intended Process


Opening / Entrance / Motivation
Expected Trainer-action

Expected Trainee-action

Trainers make some


Trainees watch the
conversation to gather about conversation with the
if we take a picture.
concentration .
Trainers gave the trainees
Trainees take the worksheet
worksheet about research in to start research from the
the internet.
internet to find information
about the battery.

Time
Methodology

Media
Minutes

Inductive

PowerPoint

Approach

Slide (1)

Individual
(work)

Worksheet
(1)
PowerPoint
Slide (2)

10

Mobile and
internet

Body (Information / Elaboration)


Expected Trainer-action

Expected Trainee-action

Time
Methodology

Media
Minutes

Trainer asks the trainees


what they know about the
batteries.

Trainees answer the question


according to their knowledge
Classroom
PowerPoint
and what they learned
Conversation Slides (3)
before.
Trainer gives to his
(4)
Lecture
trainees an introduction of Trainees listen to the trainer
the batteries.
with attention.

Trainer explains the way of Trainees listen to the


work of the batteries to his explanation of the trainer.
trainees.

PowerPoint
Slide (5)

Trainees draw the shapes of


PowerPoint
any components or machines Classroom
Slide (6)
Conversation
use the batteries on the
whiteboard.
Whiteboard.
Individual
Work

Trainer requires from the


trainees to draw the
shapes of any components
or machines use the
batteries on the
whiteboard.

Trainer asks the trainees to Trainees mention the types


mention the types of the
of the batteries.
batteries.
Trainer gives information

Abdullah Abdulhakim & Hani Eid ALJuaid

Trainees listen to the

Page 4 of 7

Lecture

Classroom
PowerPoint
Conversation
Slide (7)
Lecture

PowerPoint

about the first type which is explanation of the trainer to


the Primary batteries.
recognize to the primary
batteries.
Trainer asks the trainees to Trainees list the types of the
list the types of the primary primary batteries.
batteries.
Trainer gives examples of Trainees listen to the trainer
where the trainees could
and concentrate with him.
use the first type of the
primary batteries which is
the zinc-carbon batteries in
the daily life.
Trainer separates the
Trainees answer the
trainees to several groups questions of the worksheet.
and delivers worksheet to
Trainees put their answers on
them to answer it.
the whiteboard.

Slides (8)
(9)
Models
Classroom
PowerPoint
Conversation Slide (10)

Lecture

Trainees listen to the trainer


carefully to find out the
different between this type of
batteries and the primary
batteries.

Models

PowerPoint
Slide (12)

Group Work

Trainees checks from the


answers of the another
groups and corrects them if
there any mistakes.
Trainer explains to the
trainees the second type of
the batteries which is
secondary battery.

PowerPoint
Slide (11)

Worksheet
(2)

Whiteboard.

Lecture

PowerPoint
Slide (13)
Models

Lecture
Classroom
Conversation

PowerPoint
Slide (14)

Lecture

PowerPoint
Slide (15)

Trainer asks the trainees


Trainees explain the ways to
Classroom
PowerPoint
how we keep the lead-acid keep the lead-acid battery as
Conversation Slide (16)
battery as long as possible. long as possible.

Trainer gives examples of

Trainer mentions the types Trainees repeat the types of


of secondary battery.
the secondary battery.

Trainer gives information of Trainees listen to understand


the first type which is the
the information which is given
lead-acid battery.
by the trainer.

Abdullah Abdulhakim & Hani Eid ALJuaid

Trainees listen to the trainer

Page 5 of 7

Lecture

PowerPoint

where the trainees could


and concentrate with him.
use the second type of the
secondary battery which is
alkaline batteries.

Slide (17)
Models

Close (Reflection, Exercises, Homework, Feedback)


Expected Trainer-action

Trainer delivers flip charts


and asks each two trainees
to sit together and solve it.

Expected Trainee-action

Time
Methodology

Trainees sit together as a


group contains two trainees.
Trainees put their answers on
the whiteboard.
Trainees checks from the
answers of the another
groups and corrects them if
there any mistakes.

Media
Minutes

PowerPoint
Slide (18)
Partner
Work

Flip charts

Whiteboard.

3. Applicationof Didactic Principles


1. Principle of vividness by using different colors and pictures.
2. Principle of didactical reduction by mentioning use of one type without the uses of the two
type.
3. Principle of motivation by doing individual work, group work and partner work.
4. Principle of methodological changes by doing classroom conversation, lecture, partner work,
individual work and group work.
5. Principle of securing the learning progress by making a quiz at the end of the lesson.

4.
1.
2.
3.

List of attached teaching material


PowerPoint Slides.
Worksheet.
Whiteboard.

5. References
The green book,Importance of batteries,
http://www.thegreenbook.com/batteries.htm

Abdullah Abdulhakim & Hani Eid ALJuaid

Page 6 of 7

Abdullah Abdulhakim & Hani Eid ALJuaid

Page 7 of 7