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Template for Lesson Plan

Title of lesson: Alphabet Review and Mothers Day Activities


Name: Aisha Jaber and Jawaher Ahmed
Date: 21, March, 2016
Time: 8:00 Location: AIS Sharjah
STUDENTS (WHO)
-Class: ELC-C
- students: 23
- Years: 3-4 years old
- Language: Arabic, English and Chinese
- Special needs students: 1

*who are they


* how many
* what ages
* What grade
* male/female ratio
* native language(s)
* learning styles (and
student intelligences
*personalities
* special needs
* prior learning
* how this lesson fits into
prior & future learning
experiences

GOAL/OBJECTIVE (WHAT)
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
-

students will be able to define letters while solving the worksheet.

Students will be able to memorize the letter while seeing the


different between capitals and smalls letters on the worksheet.

*what specific skill or


concept would students
have learned or
experience by the end of
the lesson
* always expressed in
terms of student
learning
* concrete, measurable &
realistic
* maximum of three
objectives
* include name of
curriculum guide &
objective numbers when
& where applicable
* goals are connected to
students

MATERIALS/RESOURCES/STRATEGIES (HOW & WITH WHAT?)


Materials & resources:
- Scissors
- Glues
- Colors
- Papers
- Markers
Strategies:

*how DAP are the


materials & resources?
* have all safety & health
considerations been
taken into account?
*remember technology is
a tool & is not just limited
to computers
*incorporate technology

- Students will sit in groups but the will work individual on a worksheet that
given, they have to follow the letters throw the path and get out of the maze
by following the letter
- On the other groups students will color the letter that stand for the letter A,
B.
- the third activity will be about the mother da, they have to draw their hands
on the paper and cut it then write whatever they want to their mother.

ACTIVITIES
Grabber:
We made the activities like a game for them, so they will not feel
bored and sleepy.
Teacher will
-

Ask them to sit on groups.


Give them the instructions
on the activities.
Walk around the class and
check what they are doing
and help them.

Students will ..

- Choose where ever they want


to sit.
- Choose the activity that they
want to start with and start
doing it.
- Students will solve the
worksheet that given and show
it to the teacher, then they can
move to another activity.

ANTICIPATED PROBLEMS (WHAT IF .?)


1. What if students didnt follow the instruction
2. If the materials are not enough

when & if it supports &


enhances what youre
already doing
* do you have a plan B for
technology upsets?

what will you do to grab


student attention & to
generate
interest/enthusiasm in the
lesson?
*description of activities
used to meet the learning
objectives
* articulated in terms of
student activity & teacher
activity
* how DAP are the
activities?
*activities are
connected to my goals

*list the problems that


may occur
*anticipate at least two
problems
*think of possible ways to
deal with those problems

when & if they occur


ASSESSMENT (WHAT DID ?)
1. I will tell them the instructions by myself.
2. I will apply the activities to them, so they will understand more and
they will start doing it.

*what will you do to


assess learning?
*what will happen to
measure that the goals
were met?
* how DAP is your
assessment?
* my assessments are
very tightly connected
to my goals

REFERENCES
* sources that you may
have used/consulted in
building your lesson
(includes books,
websites, magazines,
journals, etc)
* use APA citation (refer to
Noodle Tools when in
doubt).