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FORMAT OF LESSON PLAN

PREPARED BY: WAN NURSHIDA AYU BINTI WAN HUSSIN

WAN IZZAH KAMILAH BINTI WAN ISHAK


SITI AMIRA BINTI ZAKARIA NUR LIYANA BINTI ZAIM

THINKING QUESTIONS

1. What do you understand by the following terms used in a lesson plan?


TERM Learning outcomes Stages of a lesson Set induction Development of a lesson MEANING what the student are able to achieve at the end of learning lesson lesson must have stage and every stage must be follow by learners To draw the pupils attention and interest to the lesson teacher give a chance to student to participate in lesson such as group discussion and learning activity To summarize the lesson and to inculcate noble values of the lesson Examples: homework/project/fieldtrip

Closure Follow-up activities

2. How does a teacher decide the learning outcomes? Discuss the guiding principles behind writing learning outcomes.

1.
2. 3. 4.

PRINCIPLE The weight of content Times Level or number of skills Method or activities

3. Why do you think the stages of a lesson are planned as in Question 1(ii)? Justify the stages.
Stage of Lesson Importance of The Stage of Lesson

Set Induction
(2 Minutes) Presentation (5 Minutes) Practice (10 Minutes) Production (10 Minutes)

Introduce the topic (indirectly)


State clear goals for the lesson teacher deliver input clearly and sufficiently More to teacher centred pupils practice skills More to student centred pupils produce something (such as presentation) At the end, can do remedial and enrichment activities

Closure
(3 Minutes)

summaries of lesson
Ask pupils about goals achieve or not

4. Why is there set induction? Whats the significance of having set induction? What activities could be considered suitable for set induction stage?

5. Why is it important for a teacher to develop a lesson in stages? What activities and content should a teacher have in each of the stages? Justify your answer.

6. Is closure an important stage of a lesson? Why? What activities and content should a teacher have in the closure? Justify your answer.

LESSON PLAN OF YEAR 4

TOPIC: THE WIND AND THE SUN


MAIN SKILLS: LISTENING AND READING SKILLS

MATERIALS USED IN EACH STAGE OF TEACHING


Stage of Teaching Materials

Set Induction
(2 Minutes) Presentation (5 Minutes) Practice (10 Minutes)

Pictures of the wind and the sun in PowerPoint Slides.

Video of The Wind and the Sun. Flashcards. Role play scripts Masks Coat Fan

Production
(10 Minutes) Closure (3 Minutes)

Task sheets at different level.

No teaching material is used in this stage.

7. What are the principles that guide a teacher of young learners when planning a lesson?

KNOW YOUR BACKGROUND STUDENTS


Ability and interest level Background personal Attention span Ability to work together Proir knowledge and learning experiences Special needs

KNOW THE CONTENT


Subject matter that you will be teaching State/ school district curriculum guides National / state curriculum standards

KNOW THE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL


Technology, software, audio, teacher mentors, community resources, equipment,

REFERENCES
Bowles, M. (2009, May 20). Tips on writing learning outcomes. In University Library University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Retrieved June 21, 2013, from http://www.library.illinois.edu/infolit/learningoutcomes.html Brown, H. D. (2001). Teaching by Principles: An interactive approach to language pedagogy. New York: Pearson Education.

Herrin, J. H. (2009, February 21). TBL (Task-Based Learning) and PPP (Presentation-Practice-Production): Comparing & contrasting different ways of organizing a lesson. Retrieved June 22, 2013, from Wordpress: http://nmtesol.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/tbl-v-ppp-participantcopy.doc
Milkova, S. (2012). Strategies for effective lesson planning. In University of Michigan Center for Research on Learning and Teaching. Retrieved June 21, 2013, from http://www.crlt.umich.edu/gsis/p2_5