Could be one two or more objectives Number them Must be stated in measurable

Could be one two or more objectives number them must

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- Could be one, two or more objectives. Number them - Must be stated in measurable/ behavioural terms e.g “By the end of the lesson, learners will be able to state and explain the term OSMOSIS” - Refer to teachers guide and specific objectives in the syllabus 41
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Learning activities: - What you expect the learners to be doing in the lesson. - The strategy you will be using to be able to achieve the stated objectives. E.g. carrying out an experiment; discussing; measuring, Going out to collect grasses… Resource materials: - Write the resource materials and the teaching aids you are going to use. - If it is a chart state the title of the chart. - Use as a wide variety of teaching aids as possible to aid teaching. References: - Show all the references you used during scheming, - Should have title, author and page. - Include the chalkboard. Though it is the most important resource, it is always assumed. Remarks. - Write a) whether the lesson was taken or not, if not why? b) whether all objectives were achieved or not; if not why? In other words if the lesson was successful. Suggest remedies if necessary NOTE: Every class must have its own schemes of work, unless the timetable allows for parallel classes 5.5 LESSON PLANNING The lesson plan consists of a) specific topic or subtopic one is going to teach, b) specific instructional objectives, c) how the whole lesson of say 40 or 80 minutes has been organized for a specific class within a specified time, say 3.00 to 3.40 pm. During lesson preparation ask yourself pertinent questions about a) your pupils, b) the subject matter as well as and c) what the best method for handling the subject matter is. Instructional objectives must specify what the learner should be able to do/achieve and how they will go about (learning activities) in order to achieve these objectives. Remember every lesson must have its own lesson plan, even if you are teaching parallel classes or teaching the same level for the 20 th time. Remember to have your lesson notes side by side with your lesson plan. 42
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NOTE: Lack of lesson plan leads to: superficial and haphazard treatment of subject matter;. side tracking; digression; wastage of time; introducing unrelated details; giving of wrong facts; clumsy presentation; lack of confidence by the teacher; inability to guide pupils to achieve objectives. 5.5.1 Lesson plan format. The KU lesson plan format (2004) is as shown below but plans are underway to make some minor adjustments: Name ……………………………. Reg. No……………………… School …………………………… Form ………………………….. Date ………………………………. Time ………………………….. Subject …………………………… Topic ……. Subtopic/content …….. Objectives Time Content Learning activities Resource materials 5.5.2 Essentials of a lesson plan. Introduction.: Several points are worth noting concerning how a biology lesson should be started: A successful lesson depends very much on how it is introduced.
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