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LESSON PLAN FORMAT

Instructions:
 Lesson Plan should be written in the form of
Portrait.
 Sub-Topics should be highlighted.
 All the branches should follow the same
Lesson Plan Format.
 There should not be any deviations in the
format.
 Let the Teachers prepare Lesson Plan for the
Periodic Test Portion – I(First Three Lessons)
for all the Subjects.
 The cover Page of a Lesson Plan should be
properly covered with good decoration.
 Lesson Plan Submission is on / before the
workshop.
 Lesson Plan should be checked by the
Principal’s & Vice Principal’s and Signature is
Mandatory.
I. Explanation of 5 E`s

The 5E’s are:


1. Engagement:
Teachers help students understand the learning task and make connections to past and
present learning experiences. It should stimulate interest and prompt students to identify
their own questions about the topic. Activities in this stage include posing a question,
defining a problem, or demonstrating a discrepant event, then using small group
discussions to stimulate and share ideas. Instructors help students connect previous
knowledge to the new concepts introduced in the topic.

2. Exploration:
Students have the opportunity to get directly involved with key concepts through guided
exploration of information. They begin identifying patterns and make connections to
other disciplines. Frequently, students will diverge from the slated activity to explore their
own questions, continually building on their knowledge base. In this stage, instructors
observe and listen to students as they interact with each other and the information
provided. Probing questions help students clarify their understanding.

3. Explanation:
Students are introduced more formally to the lesson’s concepts. Through readings and
discussions, students gain understanding of the major concepts and can verify answers to
questions or problems posed earlier. In addition, more abstract concepts not easily
explored in earlier activities are introduced and explained. As students formulate new
ideas, New vocabulary can be introduced.

4. Elaborate (Extension):
Students expand on what they have learned and apply their newfound knowledge to a
different situation. They test ideas more thoroughly and explore additional relationships.
Providing closure to the lesson and verifying student understanding.

5. Evaluation:
Teachers continually observes students’ learning to monitor their progress using
questioning techniques and discussions. More formal evaluation - traditional assessments
in the form of quizzes and alternative assessments such as concept maps, summary
writing, projects,slip test - can be conducted at this stage. The assessment should be
aligned with the content of the learning experience.
Lesson plan format using 5 E`s

Teacher Name :_____________ Date:______________________


Grade Level: ________________ Length:( Duration of the lesson) _____________

Topic:

Objectives of Lesson:
 Introduce the key concepts, topic, main idea.
 A description of what students will learn from a specific chapter/ lesson.

1. Engagement
a) Briefly describe the opening activity to engage students’ interest.
b) Questions to be posed for group discussion.

2.Exploration
a) Materials needed.

b) Probing / Clarifying Questions for students.

3.Explanation:
a) Use web link to explain major concepts.

b) Introduce relevant vocabulary (New words) & Phonics.

4. Extension (Elaborate):
a) More activity based session to explain the concepts in detail.

5. Evaluation:
a) Assessment(s)

b) Slip test, Reading & Writing Practice, Communication assessments.