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Lesson Plan Template

Name: Fatima Mohammed


5-11-2018

Professional Development Plan


(What do YOU need to work on in order to grow professionally?)
Discipline the class. Remind them class rules
1. Choose and describe an aspect from a teaching competency that you need to work on (Goal)
Classroom management.

2. Describe what you will do to help achieve your goal (Strategies Used)
Set nicely. I will call your parents. I will call police to take you.

3. Describe how you can tell if you’re achieving your goal (Evidence)

Grade Level: Subject: Learning Outcome (ADEC code and words):


Subtract numbers from eight.
1 Math
The child’s ability to subtract numbers from
eight.

Resources (what materials/equipment will you Preparation (what do you need to make or check
and the students use? Be specific) before class?)
Markers, chicken, 8 eggs, worksheets, sound of Check the PC
chicken, books, carpet.
Prepare the activities
Key vocabulary
Subtract, chicken, how many remaining, 8 eggs.

Introduction (warmer activity + teacher active engagement)


Greeting learners. Reviewing the last session, What do you think if we play together, How
many apples and banana? How many books and a pencil.
I will put a carpet for them to set in the front of the class to tell the story. Once upon a time,
there was a person call (Ahmed). He has small farm and breeding chicken. His chicken
bleaches every day eight eggs. In the first day, His wife takes three eggs to do balalete. How
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many remaining? In the next day, chicken bleaches eight eggs, and his daughter just takes
four eggs to make the cupcake. How many staying? . The story finishes.
The teacher asks per group to back their place. I will write a sentence subtraction(8-3). I will
take eight learners in the front of the class to take away just three students. I will write
Whole

Time:

another sentence subtraction (8-6), I will select eight learners in the front of the class to take
away only 6. Then I will ask them How many remaining?.
Before go to the activity, I will do a short competition, I will divide the class into two groups,
white and yellow. Then I will select one learner from white and yellow group to read the
sentence subtraction then to pick the balls via spoon to catch the ball.
I have activity for per of you. In this sheets we have eight beads, below you have two
sentences subtraction, Let us solve the first one together, (8-2). First I will count the dots,
second, how many should I take away? Then I will take two away. How many remaining?
Before They begin the activity, When I work the chicken sound it means the times off. Leave
all from your hands.
I will give more activity for who finish fast.
After that, I will ask them to open the book.

Independent Experience (small group activity 1)


I will give per students the boards including beads to solve.

What are the most part of the lesson do you like more?
Which activity do you want to do another time?
Closing

Time:
5 min

Assessment :
Checking their answers in the book, and during activity.
Competency Area E G S M U
Please tick the boxes using the OVERALL ASSESSMENT LEVEL
DESCRIPTORS attached at end of document

(E = Excellent, G = Good, S = Satisfactory, M = Marginal, U = Unsatisfactory)


Professionalism *
Planning for learning *
(Includes knowledge & understanding of content)
Implementing and Managing Learning *
(Includes behavior management, language and delivery)
Assessment *
Reflection on Practice *
Overview of the lesson: Lesson started with the teacher writing the subtraction symbol on the
white board and asked the students if they understood its significance. She continued by asking
the students if they could solve 2-1. Students continued to work on their textbook. Teacher was
highly engaged and entertaining
Areas for development: Class started 15 minutes late. Students were left sitting at their desk
with no instructions. They were later told to open their textbook. It was difficult to determine
the lesson’s goal. The Gradual release of responsibility model was not evident. Lesson’s structure
must be simplified. All lesson must include a smart objective. The teacher must explain the
lesson’s concept and model. Followed the explanation, must be a strong activity to reinforce the
concept.
Students work exclusively from their textbook.
Lesson was too teacher centered. All eyes were focus on the teacher for almost the entire class
period.
Routines haven’t been established and without routines, it is difficult to get grade one students to
focus.
Give each student their own worksheet. They haven’t been taught how to work cooperatively
Focus for next lesson:
Complete and detailed lesson plan
Maximize the instructional time
Improve lesson structure
Students centered lesson
Incorporate more fun into the lesson