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MODULE Module1, Day 1, Session 1


NO., DAY,
SESSION
NO.

TITLE OF Content and Pedagogy: Lesson Planning Strategy – 7E’s Instructional Model (Elicit, Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate,
THE Extend)
SESSION

DURATION 4 hours

TERMINAL At the end of the session, the participants shall prepare a DLL using the 7E’s Instructional Model and conduct a demo teaching
OBJECTIVE/
S

ENABLING  To brainstorm on different approaches, strategies, methods and techniques in teaching


OBJECTIVE/  To discuss the 7E’s Instructional Model
S  To apply the Lesson Planning Strategy- 7E’s Instructional Model through demo teaching
 Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (KSA) of School Heads and Teachers in Content and Pedagogy: Teaching Strategy (7E’s)
OUTPUTS
 Writing DLL and Demo Teaching

KEY
Knowledge, skills and attitude of the school heads and teachers
CONTENT

https://educatingmatters.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/explore-the-es-of-lesson-planning1.ppt
https://saidnazulfiqar.wordpress.com/2012/12/10/redefining-terms-of-teaching-and-learning-strategy-method-approach-technique-and-model
REFERENC https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ellen_Castro2/publication/293822149_7E_Model_Lesson_Plan_on_Change_of_State_of_Matter/links/56bc4a7508ae4
ES 7fa3956cedd/7E-Model-Lesson-Plan-on-Change-of-State-of-Matter
https://5j2014misshooban.wordpress.com/tag/7e-model/
http://www.deped.gov.ph/2016/06/17/do-42-s-2016-policy-guidelines-on-daily-lesson-preparation-for-the-k-to-12-basic-education-program/

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OBJECTIVE
KEY LEARNING MATERIALS DAY / TIME /
(The participants METHODOLOGY / ACTIVITIES OUTPUTS
POINTS (Slide Number) DURATION
should be able to…)
DAY 1, Session 1

Say: Good afternoon everyone! 01:00-5:00 PM


I am __________, your Resource person for Slide Deck #1
this session!

Brainstorm on Name the different For our first activity entitled “Word
different approaches, approaches, Scramble,” 2–6
strategies, methods strategies and
and techniques in techniques in Say: Let’s arrange the scrambled letters to form a
teaching teaching word. Use the clue to get the answer.

Analysis:
Ask: How did you find the activity?
Did everybody actively participate in the
activity?
What are words that we formed in this
activity?

Say: Our session objectives for today are:


A. To brainstorm on different 7
approaches, strategies, methods and
techniques in teaching
B. To discuss the 7E’s Instructional
Model
C. To apply the Lesson Planning
Strategy- 7E’s Instructional Model
through demo teaching

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Say: To help us organize our thoughts on this


topic, let us review different approaches,
strategies, methods and techniques in
STRATEGY- teaching
classroom procedure
APPROACH - 8
Theories of teaching Ask: What do we mean by strategy? approach?
and learning methods? and techniques in teaching?
METHOD- what to
teach and how to
teach based upon
approach/steps in
teaching
TECHNIQUE -Tips or
little tricks to aid
learning

Examples of Teaching Say: Let’s enumerate some examples of


Strategies: Teaching Strategies, Approaches, Methods
Expository and and Techniques? 9
Discovery Teaching,
Guided Discovery
Teaching, Discussion
Strategies, Problem-
based Learning

Examples of Teaching
Approaches:
Inductive, Deductive, 10
Eclectic, Integration,
Mastery,
Constructivism

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Examples of Teaching
Methods: 11
Direct Instruction,
Interactive Teaching,
Demonstration,
Problem Solving,
Simulation, Project,
Team Teaching,
Inclusion

Examples of Teaching
Techniques:
Group discussion, 12
Role playing,
Drawing,
Examples,
Tape recorders,
Choral repetition,
Visual aids,
Tables and charts, etc

Illustration on the Ask: What is the Relationship Between Teaching 13-15


Relationship Between Strategy, Method, Approach and
Teaching Strategy, Technique?
Method, Approach
and Technique

An INSTRUCTIONAL Say: Strategy is a mental plan, method is a first


MODEL is a teacher’s step of implementing the strategy, approach
philosophical is the way to facilitate the method, technique 16
orientation to is the way of delivering the message/idea,
teaching. It is related and the entire ways of implementing

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to theories of learning strategy, method, approach, and technique


including behaviorism, from the beginning to the end of process is
cognitivism, what we call the MODEL. The developing
constructivism, social and modifying of strategy or method will be
interactionism, and categorized as model.
others.
(D. Instructional
models, strategies,
and methods DO.
#42, s.2016, page 7 )

The 7 E's is an
instructional model Say: One examples of instructional model is 7E’s 17
based on the Let us then familiarize ourselves with the
constructivist 7E’s Instructional Model.
approach to learning,
which says that
learners build or
construct new ideas
on top of their old
ideas. The 7 E's can
be used with students
of all ages, including
adults.

It was developed by
Lawson in 1995 and 18
narrated by Kanli in
2007. The approach
allows learners to
construct their own
learning. They

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construct learning that


is meaningful for their
Discuss the 7E’s lives.
Instructional Model Originally the Model
was 5Es, it was
revised to 7Es. The
Biological Science
Curriculum Study
(BSCS), a team
whose Principal
Investigator is Roger
Bybee developed an
instructional model for
constructivism, called
the "Five Es“.

7E’s promotes
scientific inquiry
where in the teacher
serves as a facilitator
as learners construct
new knowledge based
on thoughtful inquiry
and decision making.

1. Elicit- This involves Say: Let’s identify each stage of the 7Es 19-20
drawing out students’ Instructional Model.
prior knowledge.
What do they already
know about the topic?
This is also a good
time to address any

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misunderstandings
and to discover what
areas students are
interested in.

2. ENGAGE-This
involved the level of 21-22
interest students have
in the subject or topic.
What makes your
class interesting?
This is a pivotal stage
in the learning
process. As educators
we need to spark
curiosity and captivate
the attention of the
students.
This can be achieved
through addressing
the big questions,
showing startling facts
or statistics, using
engaging technology
or interesting video
clips. The method
used at this stage will
depend on the subjec
t/topic.

3. EXPLORE- What
can students find out? 23-24
This stage of the

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learning cycles
promotes a very
student centered,
constructivist
approach.
Learners should be
given opportunities to
work together through
group work or pair
work. Peer teaching
should be incorp
orated into this stage.
This is the point
where the teacher
becomes the facili
tator and the learners
take a more involved
and direct role in their
own learning.

4. EXPLAIN-At this
stage the teacher 25-26
takes a more direct
role. What input is
needed from the
teacher to formalize
the concept?
This can be achieved
through setting
students the task of
explaining concepts
or definitions in their
own words.

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5. ELABORATE-In
this stage, learners 27-28
should have obtained
a meaningful unders
tanding from their
learning and in order
to demonstrate this
they should be able to
develop and apply
their learning.

6. EVALUATE-How
much progress has 29-30
students made?
Self reflection is a
significant part of
evaluation. Students
should be able to self
evaluate their own
learning.
At this stage of the
learning cycle the
statement of learning
could be revised.
(What I know, What i
want to know, What I
have learned)

7. EXTEND-In this
stage you are 31-32
encouraging the

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students to apply or
extend the concepts
and skills in new
situations.
Learners make
connections not just in
the subject/ideas
studied but also
beyond it. They are
able to apply
ideas/generalize and
transfer principles Say: Let us study the sample LP with 7E’s
Instructional Model

Apply the Lesson Sample LP with 7E’s Say: So you are now very ready to prepare your 33
Planning Strategy- Instructional Model own DLL using the 7E’s Instructional Model.
7E’s Instructional Thus for our final output, prepare a DLL and
Model through demo a demo teaching
teaching
Say: You are given 20 minutes to prepare your
DLL. After which, demo teaching follows.

Ask: How did you find the activity?


Was there an ease or difficulty in writing
lesson plan using the 7E’s Instructional
Model?
In what part of DLL writing did you find
more difficult? Why did you say so?

Closure: “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I 34


remember. Involve me and I learn.”
– Benjamin Franklin

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