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LESSON PLANNING

Jasper Fabella

Creativity Lesson Plan

The lesson topic provides an opportunity for
learners to create or develop their own project
based on key geographical terms they have
learned
The objectives focus on understanding terms
that describe distinguish special features
considered essential to geographical education.
Students move from understanding geographical
concepts to applying them in class
The review component of the lesson may also be
considered an introductory activity. The activity
provides background information for the main
part of development of the lesson

The summary component is achieved in part through cooperative learning as learners discuss the group’s projects. Provision is made for supplementary discussion and review if the lesson is finished. available for research and distributed to students for use The development employs cooperative learning Rules in working together need to be briefly discussed. The number of land and water terms should depend on the students grade level the naming features on the island can be optional based on time considerations.   Different materials are displayed. This activity can also be assigned as part of the homework . but it provides way for relating the content of the lesson.

It tests further understanding go the subject and critical thinking . The homework is an extension of the class activity.

Popsicle sticks .Mastery Learning Lesson Plan      Subtraction as a lesson topic is introduced in the second grade in most school districts and continued in the third grade The objective is written in terms of a performance level Mastery learning lessons entail a good deal of review The motivation is in the form of two separate problems involve real-life experiences and interests Only unusual materials are listed. baseball cards. or any other items easy to count can be used .

The problems get progressively more difficult each item that is missed by even a small percentage of learners must be further explained. the teacher moves around the room and monitors their work. coincide with the worksheets the learners are up to. The development is in the form of problem and related activities. The problems. the teacher explains each problem and then introduce the related activity. since the work builds on previous learning . involving one-and-two digit numbers. While the learners work on the activity.

All items missed by them especially those that are missed by 20 percent or more are discussed in greater detail. Three items are explained the teacher moves around the room monitoring the learners work and providing additional help when necessary.   The teacher provides additional practice before asking them to complere the worksheet on their own. As a summary all items are discussed. Only volunteers are called on because the work is new. Individuals scores on the worksheets determine how much practice is needed the next day in the form of review The homework is related to the lesson it is assigned and explained the next day it will be reviewed .

Discovery lesson plan    The lesson topic is derived from the unit on energy and environment The two objectives are written as questions to stimulate curiosity and indicates problems learners are to solve The materials needed are supplementary readings that examine efficiency and cost of various form of insulation .Inquiry.

  The development of the lesson consists of two sections. Thus. the whole class discusses the problems during the medial summaries which replace the usual final summary . component on motivation is unnecessary Each problem includes medial summary. Corresponding to the two objectives. a learner works out a problem at the chalkboard while the other students do the same as their seats. The problems serve as motivating devices since pupils/students are challenged to investigate answers and make decisions about ranking. Each section contains a problem and related problems.

habits.How to Improve Lesson Plan  Definite aim or aims stated in terms of objective skills. Elementary Science. . If any and the list of key expressions to be used is development lessons in such subjects as Language. textbook and other references. Health and Conduct. Social Science . knowledge and attitudes.  Source of subject matter with the page or pages of the manual course of study objectives.

list of suggested steps.How to Improve Lesson Plan  Method of procedure embodying the names of devices to be used. and a few guiding questions covering the substance of the lesson or an outline of the subject matter specially in the intermediate grades  Assignment containing the page or pages of the next lesson vocabulary for home study and dictionary work a series of well-organized questions .

2. 4. 5.Prerequisite to the Preparation of a Good Lesson Plan 1. 3. Adequate knowledge of the subject matter Knowing the nature of pupils/Students Familiarity with a variety of teaching strategies and different methods Materials and teaching aids and decides that will facilitate the teachinglearning process Thorough understanding of the objectives that relate the thrusts of Philippines Education .

comprehension involves restating previously learned materials into one’s own words. . Behaviors in this domain is very much concerned with knowledge comprehensions.Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Cognitive Domain  It emphasizes intellectual learning and problem-solving activities. information and intellectual abilities.

comprehension involves restating previously learned materials into one’s own words.Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Cognitive Domain  It emphasizes intellectual learning and problem-solving activities. Behaviors in this domain is very much concerned with knowledge comprehensions. information and intellectual abilities. .

Earth's general seasons be like . or When is the recognition first day of of terms. procedure. Spring? ideas. solstice but not see full represent? implications or transfer to other situations. Comprehension Recall. Translate. summer extrapolate.Cognitive Domain 1. Apply What would abstractions. What does the interpret. closer to literal translation. theories. Knowledge 2. etc.

3. Application 4. Analysis Apply What would abstractions. Earth's general seasons be principles. . Separation of a Why are complex idea seasons into its reversed in the constituent southern parts and an hemisphere? understanding of organization and relationship between the parts. or like if its methods to orbit was specific perfectly concrete circular? situations.

. Evaluation To make a What would judgment of be the ideas or important methods variables for using predicting external seasons on a evidence or newly self-selected discovered criteria planet? substantiate d by observations or informed rationalizatio ns.6.

interests. beliefs.Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Affective Domain  The affective domain involves behavior and educational objectives that have some emotional overtones that deal with attitudes values. . and appreciation.

homework phenomena.Affective Domain Receiving Responding Demonstrat When I'm in es a class I am willingness attentive to to the participate instructor. activity etc. Shows I complete interest in my the objects. I do not read the newspaper instead. and or activity by participate in seeking it class . in the take notes.

form an How do I internally resolve consistent this? system of values Adopts a I've decided long-term to take my value system family on a .Organization Begins to Some of compare the ideas different I've learned values. and in my class resolves differ from conflicts my between previous them to beliefs.

Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Psychomotor Domain  The organizational principle in this domain deals with manipulative and motor skills. .

how will you decide which solutions might need to be diluted? Demonstrates a Describe how you readiness to take would go about action to perform taking the the task or objective absorbance spectra . Using only observation.Psychomotor Domain LEVEL OF EXPERTISE Perception Set EXAMPLE OF DESCRIPTION OF MEASURABLE LEVEL STUDENT OUTCOME Uses sensory cues to Some of the colored guide actions samples you see will need dilution before you take their spectra.

proficient. Performs task or Use titration to objective in a determine the Ka for confident. an unknown weak and habitual manner acid. proficient. determine the quantity of copper in your unknown ore. and habitual manner Using the procedure described below. Performs task or You are performing objective as above. titrations on a series but can also modify of unknown acids .Psychomotor Domain Mechanism Complex Overt Response Performs task or objective in a somewhat confident. Report its mean value and standard deviation.

. and etch so that a pattern of 4 different metals is created. mask. Choose a different metal substrate and design a process to plate.Psychomotor Domain Creates new tasks or objectives incorporatin Organizat g learned ion ones Recall your plating and etching experiences with an aluminum substrate.

. Learner reactions may make it necessary to add something not included in the plan. 40.One of the major problems beginning teachers have is planning a lesson that will coincide with time allotted (the 30. 50 minutes of each period). Flexibility – the teachers must prepared to develop a lesson along a path different from the one set down in the plan. – Individual and group differences must be considered as you plan your lesson and teach it Length of Period.Guidelines for Implementing Lesson Plans    Learner Differences.

 Learner Understanding .Learner Participation . They should not talk too much or dominate the lesson with teacher-directed activities.  .There is often a gap between what they understand and what teachers think they understand part of the reason for this gap has to do with the rapidity of the teaching process so much happens at once that the teacher is unaware of everything that goes on in the classroom  Evaluation – the lesson plan must be evaluated so that it can be modified and improved.teachers must encourage the participation of the greatest number of students in each lesson they should not permit a few learners to dominate the lesson and should draw non volunteers into the lesson.