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Lesson Plan

Reading story :Zin Zin Zin A Violin

Couse: EPC-2903
Course Teacher: Antoinette Wiseman
Done By: Ayesha Hassan

Lesson Plan Template


Name: Ayesha Hassan Al-Ali

Personal Aims (What do YOU need to work on in order to grow


professionally?

I need to work on my classroom management.


Grade Level: Subject: Learning Outcome (School code and
KG2 English words):
Students will learn about musical
instruments.

Resources (what Preparation (what do you need to make


materials/equipment will you and or check before class?)
the students use? Be specific)
Zin Zin Zin a Violin story by Lloyd Moss.
Picture cards of the instruments Key vocabulary
Containers with lids. Trombone
Beads.
Papers. Trumpet
Markers
French horn
Scissors
Glue Cello
Cardboard cut on the shape of violin
Strings Violin
Papers Flue
Colors.
Clarinet

Oboe

Bassoon

harp
Time: 15 Whole

Introduction (warmer activity + teacher introduction/demonstration of


small group activities)
Start with the morning routine (the day and date, the weather, Who is our
prophet and what is our religion?
Sing a warm up song with the students by their choice ex: Hokey Pokey, If you
are Happy..
15 min Small
Active Engagement (group working with the teacher)

The teacher tells the students:

Today well be reading a very interesting story called Zin Zin Zin a Violin.

The teacher will ask the students: who knows what a violin is?
Time:

What do we use it for?

Do you have any instruments at home? Who plays it?

The teacher will read the story book for the students while showing them the
pages of the story so they can see the visuals and keep up with their teacher.

After finishing every page, the teacher would ask students what sound does
the instrument in this page makes?

The teacher after finishing the story will ask students: what instruments did we
mention in our story?

How many instruments had we?

Where did they play their instruments?

What is an orchestra?

The teacher will explain the activities for the students, and she will send them
to their tables.

Independent Experience (small group activity 1)


The teacher will give each student one empty container that has a lid, and she
will give them beads,markers,papers,scissors, and glue.
The teacher will tell the students to decorate their containers by drawing the
on the papers and them cutting it out and sticking it on their containers.
After finishing, they would put beads in their containers and close them well
and then shake them and compare between the different voices it makes.
Independent Experience(small group activity 2)
Students will have cards that has the pictures of the instruments and their
names.
Students will draw an instrument they like, and they would write the name
under it.

Independent Experience(small group activity 3)


Students will create a violin using cardboard paper that is cut out in the shape
of a violin. They will draw the details using markers, and then they would stick
the strings on it.

Explain how you are going to differentiate


The high leveled students will draw the instruments and write their names; the
10 Whole

Closing
The teacher asks the students: what was the story we read today?
The teacher would show the students the instruments and ask them about
their names.

Assessment
Time:

The teacher wILL check if students know the names of the instruments.

Select (S):
Identify a lesson and what standards are you addressing
An English lesson to teach students new vocabulary of the names of
instruments.

Describe (D):
Who is the lesson for?
KG2 Students
Where did the lesson take place?
KG2 B
What were you trying to achieve in your lesson?
Teach students the name of new instruments
What did the students do?
The students were listening for the story but some of them were not very
engaged.
Analyze (A):
Why do you think the students responded the way that they did?
It was the last part of the day and students were tired because they have
been studying for the whole day and they didnt have time to play. They were
seeing parents come in and out to pick their children so they were not
concentrating
How well did your teaching relate to the students prior
understanding?
I asked the students about their previous knowledge and what they already
know before giving them new information
How well did you engage the students?
Some of the students were engaged and some of them were not.

Appraise (A):
Explain the nature of the experience from the students perspective
Students like reading stories but they had something that was annoying them
which was their need to go home and that parents were coming in and out
Did your lesson meet your teaching goals?
My lesson met my teaching goals