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lLesson Plan Template

Professional Development Plan


(What do YOU need to work on in order to grow professionally?)
1. Choose and describe an aspect from a teaching competency that you need to work on (Goal)
Managing Learning (Managing behaviour of the students in the classroom).

2. Describe what you will do to help achieve your goal (Strategies Used)
I will use positive reinforcement by praising the students and giving them stickers to encourage them.

3. Describe how you can tell if you’re achieving your goal (Evidence)
If the students are listening to my instructions and following my directions and behaving.

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


-Students will be able to identify the colours and
KG2 English
animals that are used in the story.
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Resources (what materials/equipment will you Preparation (what do you need to make or check
and the students use? Be specific) before class?)

Circle time (Brown bear, brown bear, what do you Check if the computer and TV are working
see? By Bill Martin JR\ Eric Carle)
Make sure all the materials are available for student’s
Computer and TV or smart board to show the use
song: Busy feet” It’s warm up time”
Key vocabulary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MugzDjGDYj
I can see a: camel, frog, giraffe, monkey
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Brown Bear, Red Bird, Yellow Duck, Blue Horse,
Activity centres:
Green Frog, Purple Cat, White Dog, Black Sheep, a
Bingo game (has the pictures of the animals from Goldfish, and Children
the story, the teacher says the name of the animal
and colour and they cross it out until they form a
line)

A4 White paper

Colours (wooden or crayons)


Introduction (warmer activity + teacher active engagement)

Start with greeting the students

Let students stand up and perform it’s warm up time song.

Sit with the students and then introduce the book “ brown bear brown bear what do you see?” by
asking them: what can you see on the cover?

Ask students: what colour can you see? While pointing to the strips of colours that are inside the
book

Start reading the story for the students

After reading the story asks the students: do you remember, what animals did you see? And ask
Time: 15 -20 min

about their colours (Formative assessment: Asking questions).

Let students read from the Board: I can see a: monkey, Giraffe, camel, frog.
Whole

Distribute students into learning centres

Guided Experience (small group activity 1)

Bingo Game: Give each student one paper that has the pictures of the animals

Ask students about the names of the animals and their colours and evaluate them by writing their
Time: names and grading them in a scale from 1 to 3: 3 is mastery\2 is developing\ 1 is emerging
30- (formative assessment: Asking questions and use rating scale)
40Mins
Introduce the game to the students: I am going to tell you a name of an animal and you need to
cross it out. The one who forms a line first wins.

Play until all students win and then change group if there is time left.
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Independent Experience (small group activity 2)

Arabic Assessment activity Or Drawing activity:

Giving students white papers and colours and ask them to draw the animal they like form the story
and colour it. (Formative assessment: Drawing)

Independent Experience (small group activity 3)

Put brown bear brown bear what do you see story in the reading area and students would read it.

Gather students back to the carpet

Ask them: what was the story that we read today about?
Time: 3-5min

I will show you the animals and let’s say their names and colours together.
Closing

(Formative assessment: asking questions)

Assessment

Whole group: After reading the story ask the students: do you remember, what animals did you see? And ask
about their colours (Formative assessment: Asking questions).

Learning centres time: Ask students about the names of the animals and their colours and evaluate them by
writing their names and grading them in a scale from 1 to 3: 3 is mastery\2 is developing\ 1 is emerging
(formative assessment: Asking questions and use rating scale)

Giving students white papers and colours and ask them to draw the animal they like form the story and colour
it. (Formative assessment: Drawing)

Closing: Show students the animals from the story and ask them to say the names and colours.

(Formative assessment: asking questions)


Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?
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Learning outcome:
-Students will be able to identify the colours and animals that are used in the story.
Group 1 1 2 3

Group 2 1 2 3

Group 3 1 2 3

Group 4 1 2 3