Learning Objective: Students will identify and name the main external parts of the human body Teacher will observe as students identify the main external body parts by correctly. Students will discuss the functions of body part learned. Materials: Chart of the body, body parts cut-outs, video, glue worksheets Procedure: Step 1: Students will sing song learnt previously, ‘head, shoulders, knees and toes'. They will be asked to name the body parts called in the song. They will be told to locate these body parts on their body again and on a chart. They will be told that they will learn other body parts. Step 2: Teacher will now allow students to view a short video presentation about the external body parts. Students will be asked about the other body parts seen from the video. They will locate them on the chart and on their bodies.
EC410 Cultural Diversity 6 Step 3: Stud ents will sing the song 'head, shoulders, knees and toes' again-. The names of different body parts seen on the video will be substituted for new body parts i.e. “neck and hips and knees and cheeks.” Students will touch the body part as they sing. Step 4: Class will discuss new parts learned and their functions. Evaluation: Students will be assessed (1) Correctly identifying different part of body on chart and on they own body. (2) Pasting cut-outs of different parts of the body on a given worksheet. Cut-outs given eyes, ears, nose, arms, legs, hands, fee, etc.
EC410 Cultural Diversity 7 References Follari, L. (2015). Valuing diversity in early childhood education. (1st ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. . Popular Saints retrieved on on April 7, 2019.
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