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DAILY LESSON PLAN

INSTRUCTOR : Sangita Samar/Richa DATE- 12


Nov’ 09
COURSE TITLE: Geography/ Class VII LESSON
NUMBER
-6
UNIT: Chapter - 1 SPECIFIC TOPIC: Natural Vegetation and Wildlife

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL (outcome that students should be able to demonstrate upon completion of the entire
unit)

 Students will learn about factors that influence the climate of a place

 Influence of climate on vegetation

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE (use an action verb in a description of a measurable outcome)

 Categorise trees into various vegetation belts

RATIONALE (brief justification -- why you feel the students need to learn this topic)

 To understand the influence of climate on the vegetation and wild life

 Learn characteristics features of various vegetation belts.

LESSON CONTENT (what is to be taught)

 Types of forests

 Grasslands

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES
Focusing event (something to get the students' attention)
 Teachers will cncourage the students to talk about various trees in their surroundings and their typical
charecteristics.
 Difference in vegetation found in different parts of India, difference observed by them during their visits.

 Teaching procedures (methods you will use)


 Lecture method-Teacher will explain the close relationship between climate and the character of
vegetation.

 Deductive Method- Students will be encouraged to find the vegetation of a place if climatic conditions are
given.

 Activity method-Students will solve a crossword puzzle and find the name of trees and animals hidden in
it.

 Interactive Method- Students will speak about trees found in different regions

 Formative check (progress checks throughout the lesson)

 Oral revision after every period

 Inferential and interpretive questions

 Student Participation (how you will get the students to


participate)

 Interactive session

 Textual reading

 Closure (how you will end the lesson)

 Recapitulation oral as well as written.

EVALUATION PROCEDURES (how you will measure outcomes to determine if the material has been
learned)

 Home assignments

 Surprise tests (oral and written)

MATERIALS AND AIDS (what you will need in order to teach this lesson)Text book, class room situation,
immediate surroundings

ENDURING OUTCOME:
Vegetation varies from place to place
WORTH BEING FAMILIAR WITH: Human interference in terms of– deforestation,
grazing, cultivation of cash crops, constructional activity etc.

Focus: Multiple Intelligence

Intelligence Activity skill


Verbal / Linguistic Students will speak about Group discussion
Intelligence vegetation found in different
places.

Logical /Mathematical
Intelligence
Visual /Spatial Identify trees and classify them
Intelligence into different vegetation belts

Body / Kinesthetic Nature walk to observe the trees


Intelligence in surroundings.

Musical / Rhythmic
Intelligence

Interpersonal Intelligence

Intrapersonal Intelligence

Naturalistic Intelligence Developing environmental Environmental


sensitivity sensitivity
Identify various trees in the
surrounding.