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DAILY LESSON PLAN Lesson Topic: Magical Movements ( Its The Way We Move ) Brief Explanation Regarding Lesson:

(General Objectives, topic, activities, skills & time) 1 2 3 WEEKS IN SCHOOL SESSION 4 5 6 7 8 INFORMATION DETAIL NO.OF STUDENTS 39 LEVEL 2 9 10 11

NAME : STANDARD 6

CLASS Mujahid

DATE 14th March 2012

TIME 9.1510.15a.m.

Lesson Background Pupils already know about the animals.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1. Read the way animals on land, in water and in the air move. 2. Discuss the different kinds of walking. 3. Describe the pictures. AUDIO VISUAL AIDS LIST 1. 2. 3. Text book Graphic organizers Dictionary NOTE New experience demonstration, video, discussion, charts, maps, group activities.

NEW TERMINOLOGY (with definition)

4. Worksheet

Experience within (critical thinking) Comparing,


analyzing, criticizing, decision making, judging, interpreting.

Meaningful & useful activity (creative activity)


practice, practical, creative project. Why do students need to be engaged in the activities

LEARNING DEVELOPMENT Induction Set: Teacher shows power points slides. Learning Objectives (refer to page 1) OBJECTIVE 1 Pupils can give and understand the meaning of movements.

Step/Time L1 5m L2 5m

Teacher and students Activities 1. Teacher explains the definition of movements and relates it to the slides show. 1. Teacher asks the pupils about the movements in the slides. 2. Give some examples of the movements. ( jogging, plods, trudge )

Learning outcomes (including assessment) Pupils listened to the explanation by the teacher. Pupils respond to the teachers questions.

Notes

Learning Objectives (refer to page 1) OBJECTIVE 2

Step/Time L1 10m L2 10m 1. 2.

Teacher and students Activities Pupils read the sentences given. Teacher brings pupils attention to the words in bold-jogs, run , plods and trudge 1. Teacher writes the words on the board. 2. Pupils discuss the meaning of the words and answer the questions. - How are they similar? - How are they different? 3. Get some pupils to demonstrate these movements. 4. Teacher writes the word walk on the board and discuss it with the pupils. 5. Pupils refer to the dictionary and give the meaning of the word. 6. Teacher then gives a few situations to show the way people walk. 1. 2. Pupils read the sentences in column A and column B ( textbook ). Pupils match the sentences in column A to their meaning in column B Teacher and students Activities 1. Teacher talks about the pictures - Have you seen these animals /people before? - Where have you seen them? Let pupils describe the way the people and animals move in each picture. Teacher explains the task to pupils. Pupils choose the word that fits the picture. - Example : kangaroos hop Pupils work in pairs and find the answers. Pupils then make sentences to describe the pictures.

Learning outcomes (including assessment) Pupils listened to the teacher.

Notes

Pupils are able to read and locate the required words in the dictionary.

Pupils gave their attention.

L3 5m

Learning Objectives (refer to page 1) OBJECTIVE 3

Step/Time L1 5m

Learning outcomes (including assessment) Pupils gave their attention.

Notes

2. Write simple descriptions with little or no guidance. L2 10m 1. 2.

L3 10m LESSON CONCLUSION:

1. 2.

Teacher clears some space in front of the class and select a leader to do an action. ( Simons Say .) .All the pupils do the action. Pupils do at least five actions. Examples : run like a cat, fly like a bird, hop like a frog. TEACHER REFLECTION / SELF ASSESSMENT: TEACHERS SIGNATURE AND DATE: