...Lessons from the classroom
My decision to pursue the CELTA qualification was based on my understanding that it is the first step many teachers take to a long and rewarding career in teaching English to adults all over the world. Realistically, I don’t expect to leave at the end of this course having become a great teacher. I only expect to be exposed to the methodology and to be guided on how to improve my skills for the future. Achieving the required standard will give me the tools upon which to build a future career in teaching.
My strengths in the first two weeks have been in planning, organization and the management of the classroom. Within a given framework I am able to focus on an objective and then strive to achieve that goal. I feel that with a properly written plan and the support of appropriate materials I can achieve my aims. Vivienne Emery pointed out this strength in planning and organization in her feedback from my third teaching practice. I have also tried to maintain a cohesive thread in my lessons to lead the students through the material smoothly.
My use of visuals such as the pictures of my nephew and his new girlfriend in lesson three, as well as the polar bear in my garden, from lesson four, have imparted a greater sense of realism to the lessons I have taught. The students appeared to have been more engaged and this has resulted in better lessons for them....
...Region IV – A CLABARZON
Dvision of Lipa
Lipa City, Batangas
LESSON PLAN IN HELE 4
At the end of learning session, the pupils are expected to:
A. Identify the factors that may affect personal appearance.
B. Explain the importance of each factor in everyday living.
C. Observe and practice health habits to keep good personal appearance.
D. Practice teamwork, participate actively in all activities.
II. SUBJECT MATTER
Topic: Keeping Your Personal Appearance
Reference: Shaping Life through HELE 4, p.p 9 – 15.
A. Preparatory Activities
It’s a brand new day with your classmate! You are all excited to begin our lesson for the new day. Before you reached school though, you did a lot of rituals to make yourself ready and fresh. Can you try to remember what you do before going here our school? Make a list of your own rituals for this day.
What is personality?
Why should we improve oneself to make a better person?
Look at yourself in front of a mirror. Are there changes in your physical appearance? Do you like different form how you looked like years ago? You are growing up? You will now become a teenager. Do you know how to keep yourself clean?
B. Developmental Activities
Relate the activity they do of listing their own rituals everyday to the lesson you will...
...A LESSON PLAN FOR ELEMENTARY ENGLISH V
I. OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson the pupils shall be able to:
a.) Identify adverbs of time
b.) Use appropriate prepositions in a given sentences
c.) Actively participate in the activities
II. SUBJECT MATTER: Adverbs of time
REFERENCE: Fun in English, Language Textbook I, pp. 216-217
MATERIALS: Charts, Calendar and clock.
A. Preparatory Activities
3. Checking Attendance
B. Developmental Activity
(Checking of Assignments)
1. What are adverbs?
2. What are adverbs of manner?
3. What about adverbs of frequency?
From these sentences, underline the adverb and tell whether it expresses manner (how the action is done) or frequency (how often the action is done).
1. Kristine has never wanted to be a writer.
2. She looked at the beggar pitifully.
3. The employee will accept the task willingly.
4. Her mother often encourages him to study his lessons.
5. They sometimes buy books.
What time did you come to school?
Is it good to come to school early?
Look at this paper clock. What does this clock tell?
What about this calendar?
Read these sentences:
1. My friend received a gift on her birthday.
2. She arrived at 12:00 o’clock noon.
3. Jenina plays the computer in the evening.
What did you notice from the...
...Polytechnic University of the Philippines
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Sta. Mesa, Manila
DAILY PREPARED LESSON PLAN
Prepared by: Christine C. Garcia
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
1. Identify and apply the proper clothing combination that the students may use for their everyday life.
2. Determine the importance of line dominance of figures.
3. Execute the proper guidelines on choosing clothes for occasions.
4. Prepare the mix and match of clothes in a proper way.
1. Factors to consider in selecting dress materials
2. Line dominance of the figure
3. Types of prints
1. Visual Aids
2. Printed pictures
3. Pens, pencils, paper
Principe, June B., Garcia, Corazon A., Asuncion, Carlos., Vierme, Cresencion M., Flores, Trinidad., Technology and Home Economics for Secondary School Revised Edition pages 111-116.
1. Routine Activities
Greetings, Prayer, checking of attendance, ask the students to clear their desks before beginning the lesson proper.
What are the basic parts of the garment/cloth? Site some examples on what are the function of the parts of the garment /cloth.
-Fabric, stitches, zippers, buttons, and pockets....
...DIVISION OF EDUCATION Lesson Plan |
Teacher Candidate:Carl Huber | Course:SED 380 |
School: | Grade:2nd grade |
Subject(s): Math | Total # ofStudents: | # Students with IEP’S: |
Observed by: | Date and Time: |
Lesson Summary (Purpose and Connection to Previous and Future Learning): The students have been working on count different variations of money using cents and dollar bills. In the next couple of classes the students will be able to solve various types of word problems dealing with counting and subtracting money. |
Common Core (CC) Standards |
Subject - Domain/Strand: Mathematic standards for 2nd gradeMain Focus – Cluster/Topic Work with time and moneyCC Standard/Content Statement: Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest fiveMinutes, using a.m. and p.m. Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, andPennies, using $ and ¢ symbols appropriately. Example: If you have 2Dimes and 3 pennies, how many cents do you have? | Subject - Domain/Strand: Main Focus – Cluster/TopicCC Standard/Content Statement: | Subject - Domain/Strand: Main Focus – Cluster/TopicCC Standard/Content Statement: |
Learning Outcome(s): TSW will be able to know the names of different types of money and be able to...
...Lesson Plan for Lesson III
Class Third class
Date 25th of May 2013
Time Ten o’clock to seven minutes past ten
Strand Living things
Strand unit Human life
Lesson Experiments on the heart.
Colouring pencils, coloured paper, scissors, kitchen paper cardboard, sellotape, jar, balloon, skewer, two flexible straws, water, basin to collect water spills.
The child should be enabled
* to locate the position of the heart in the body and by using their hand made stethoscope identify a heartbeat.
* to understand with exercise and with some emotions there is a variation in the heartbeat.
* to understand the function of the valve is to ensure the blood flows in only one direction. The valve prevents the backflow of blood.
I will introduce the lesson by
* getting the students to identify a real stethoscope and asking them its function.
* identifying where the valves are located on the heart diagram.
* I will explain that we are carrying out two experiments to illustrate the functions of the valves in our heart and also an experiment to identify the heartbeat and how the beat can vary.
* splitting the class into two groups – each group will carry out an experiment.
* giving the students each a role with instructions to which they most carry out in their individual groups.
...A Semi-detailed lesson plan in English language
Alvizo, Reo Melanie
Mercado, Khalelah Jacques
Sala, Jessah Christine
Level: Grade 3
Subject: English Language
Lesson: Adjectives/Descriptive Words
Story: The Dream Eater
A. To identify words that describe people, places and things in sentences.
B. To give examples of sentences with descriptive words.
sentence charts, food cut-outs, worksheets
A. Preparatory Activities
I have here some sentences from the story. Let’s read them one by one.
1. Yukio is very helpful.
2. He lives in a peaceful village.
3. He saw a strange creature.
1. Look at sentence number 1, who is very helpful? (Underline nouns)
Look at sentence number 2, where does Yukio live?
Look at sentence number 3, what did Yukio see?
2. Look at the underlined words.
What kind of boy is Yukio? (Encircle adjectives)
What kind of village does he live in?
What kind of creature did he see?
What kind of words do they describe?
What do you think these words are called if they describe
people, places and things?
3. I have some more examples here.
Who can tell me the descriptive words?
Which words do they describe?
1. the book is heavy.
2. He lives in a big city.
3. She is very kind.
...Traditional DepEd Lesson Plan
UbD Lesson Plan Format
II. Subject Area
IV. Firm Up
1. What do I want them to learn?
2. What’s the topic?
3. What do they know? What’s new?
4. Give examples, reinforce learning
5. Extend to Higher Order Thinking
6. How can students apply knowledge?
7. How do I know students learned?
Lesson Plan (Drafting)
A Lesson Plan in TLE I (Drafting)
1. Identify the proper care of drafting tools.
2. Demonstrate the proper care of drafting tools.
3. Express the importance of the proper care of drafting tools.
II. Subject Matter:
Topic: Proper care of drafting tools
Concept: The use of drafting tools
Skills to be developed: demonstration, creativity
Values to be developed: Maintaining the good condition of drafting tools.
III. Instructional Materials:
References: Cezar, Ma. Celina F., et al. Technology and Livelihood Education.
Proper Care of Drafting Tools. Manila: Innovative Educational