MA (Education ) Programme
Paper
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Methods and Techniques of Teaching and Teaching Practical (Guidelines for Teaching practical)
Marks
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Practice Teaching
Subject to be covered for lesson plan: Mathematics, English, MlL, Social Studies and General Sciences To choose any two subjects out of the above five and then prepare 5 units of lesson plan from each subject (Model unit enclosed). The units so prepared and should be bound subject wise and submitted to the University for Evaluation. At least 1Odays should be taken for practice in a school nearby the study centre Out of all the units, one unit should be finally selected by the learner and presented before the supervisor The supervisor will assess the performance of the learners on the basis of the units prescribed in the paper
The supervisor should be at teast an Associafe Professo r of the study centre, near by study centre or from any recognized institution
MODEL UNIT
A.
Identification Data:
I Unit: I No. of Students I Lesson: Characteristic ' Duration : 40 Minutes I Features ofliving and Date : I NonLiving Beings and
Things Text Book : Z Name ofthe Teacher : K
Class:
School:X
Subject:Science
B. 1. 2. 3. 4. C. 1. 2.
General Objectives:
To develop a scientific attitude in the learners; To develop the knowledge about different beings things that constitute the earth; To develop the capacity of observation of the learners;
Teaching Aids:
A chart showing different animals and plants; usual teaching aids like blackboard, chalk, duster, and pointer etc.
D. fnftoduction:
Step
Assumed Prarious
I(nowledge
Teachers Activrties
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tupil's Acrivities
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knowledge
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learners
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for their
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leamers
answers md
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(w) Reproduction etc., the tercher will give the frllowing .Homc assignmeat, and will ek the
leamers to note down the problem.
difftrenti*e thern?
the
Her'She leamers
Subject Lesson
Unit
No. ofPupil Duration Date
General Objectives
Name
of
TextBook
Name of the
Teacher
: :
1)
2) 3)
TeachingAids
Usual Classroom
INTRODUCTION
Step
Teacher's Activities
Pupil's Activities
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will supervise
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The teacher
answer as follows
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Teacher's Activities
Pupil'Activities
Knowledge
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Question:
Expected Answer
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2.
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will write
the
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Name of the topic
)resentation:
Step Teaching
Specific Objectives
Teacher's
Pupils' Activities
Expected
Points
Activities
Leaming Outcome
Relation to the
R
E
S
topic
l. Knowledge
2. Understanding 3.
the lesson
(Teaching method used
The students
points of the
will try to
give the expected answer as
Knowledge?
Understanding?
topic
Skill
N T
l.
2.
4. Attitude
to be mentioned) Questions..........
skill? Application?
Etc.
5. Interest
6. Application 7. Appreciation
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4. 5.
follows
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2.
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2.
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3. (Use
of
3.
Closure
Step C
Teacher'sActivities In order to evaluate the acquired knowledge ofthe pupils in terms ofspecific objective ofthe topic,
Expected Answer
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J.
J.
Home work
/Assignment
Black Board
work
: :
Essay
Black Board work / surnmary done in cooperation with the pupils during the lesson.
Mathematics Fractions
GeneralMathematics
Date
Name of the
teacher
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
:
. o o
and accuracy.
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TEACHING AIDS
. o o o o o
S
Book
Chalk Duster
Blackboard Pointer
Chart and diagram
INTRODUCTION
Assumed Previous Knowledge Teacher's Activity Pupil's Activity
t
e
p
On entering into the classroom, the teacher The pupil will try to give
answer as following
will
arrange the
Testing
of
previous
knowledge
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R
o
D
(ii)
'/r4z
(ii)Ans
(iii)Ans: Theywilltry
and saying 'No'
will write
about 'Fractions'
Then, he will write the topic on
o
N
the blackboard as
'FRACTIONS'
PRESENTMION
S
Teaching
Specific
Teacher's
Pupil's
Learning
Outcome
t
e
Points
Objective
Activity
Activity
p
P
Concept
To give the
will start
knowledge
of
E
fraction
figures should be
drawn on the black
to the
S
pupils
w
The pupils
7yrl
Total
willwrite
down the important
parts:5
Then 3/5 is
called
points on
their note
E
parts out
of5 parts.
book
Similarly, inthe
Numerator and
following figure
o
N
Denominator
l
(hatf
2+
),
Suppose, u/b be
denominatorfor"" r
is a fraction
I
5
Ans :numerator
is 3 and denomi
nator
nator is 5
Teaching Points
Specific
Teacher's
Pupil's
Learning
Outcome
t
e
Objective
Activity
Activity
p
P
We have different
of
are able to
fractions
E and
know about
various types of fractions pupils
their
S
examples
proper fractions.
R
Pupils will listen
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attentively and
fraction.
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T
5 8 ll 3.545
The combination of a
o
N
,4
of
e.g. I
AS
4
1
can be wrltten
Teaching
Specific
Teacher's
Pupil's
Leaming
Outcome
t
e
Points
Objective
Activity
Activity
p
P
Addition,
Substraction
To enable them
to
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(i)2x3=6(LCM
WhatwillbeLCMof
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Multiplication and
solve the
problems related
Division
of
N fractional
Numbers
to
fraction.
_3+4 _l_ 66
Similarly, we can
'
1in
6+a+3 _
13
12
l2
S
LCM:12
54 _
 45
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20
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Example
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Also,
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235
lxlxl _ I
30
2x3x5
2
5
(t
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4
24 5l
8 5
Simplify:
l I +2
Ans :
1l3l
!+r=1+1
=e*2
=! 66 5 = l6
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CLOSIJRE
Step
Teacher'sActivities
Pupils' Activities
Clam
work
In order to evaluate the acquired knowledge of the pupils in terms of specific objectives ofthe topic short questions are to be given as class work
(i)
L
(ii)
of
Ans:3
Ans : Proper fraction,
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After verifying the classwork, the teacher will recapitulate the lesson and gives homework as :Home
(i)
work U
homework.
o)
R
(c)
After giving home work, he cleans the blackboard and leaves the classroom, giving thanks to the students for their cooperation.
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