Brief outcome of the activity teacher reflection

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Brief outcome of the activity: Teacher reflection: Student’s Signature:…………………………Date: …………………………….Observation Mentor Teacher’s Signature:………………Date: …………………………….SCHOOL STAMP
74 For office use only Criteria for assessment Maximum mark Student mark Aims/objectives of the lesson 2 Lesson Introductory phase. 3 Presentation phase (practical use of teaching method/s). 4 Command words 2 Practical activity to develop command words 3 Lesson conclusion 2 Teacher evaluation/reflection 4 Total 20
TPF3704/103/0/2020 75 ACTIVITY 2 GRADE 2 VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: DEVELOPING A WORD WALLPractice under the guidance of your mentor teacher. Using the theme ‘Transport’, establisha word wall with the learners. Remember to include the different modes of transport and organise your word wall sequentially. Paste two photos in the space provided under resources on your lesson plan. The first photo should depict evidence of the practical lesson in progress as the word wall is being designed. The second photo should be a display of the completed word wall.
76 Use the following lesson plan template to plan your lesson.FOUNDATION PHASE LESSON PLANStudent Name: Student Number: Programme:Year:Module Code:Subject: Grade: Date: Content area: State the applicable content area you will deal with in this lesson, directly from CAPS. Topic: State the applicable topic you will deal with in this lesson, directly from CAPS. 3. AIMS OF THE LESSON (List as many as are applicable, but rather concentrate on one or two for a lesson) Choose from CAPS (2011), page 4/5, section 1.3 (d)): 4. OUTCOMES OF THE LESSON: Formulate the lesson outcome(s) yourself, in your own words, as full sentence(s),based on the prescribed aims and topics/skills from CAPS by completing the following sentence: The National Curriculum Statement (NCS) aims to produce learners who are able to: 1. 2. At the end of the lesson, learners must be able to:1. 2. 3.
TPF3704/103/0/2020 77 3. RESOURCES YOU WILL REQUIRE TO TEACH THE LESSON* (Name resources used in lesson. Pay attention to the variety, relevance, effectiveness and applicability of the resource you selected for the lesson).4. METHODS/STRATEGIES TO DELIVER THE LESSON (I used… to meet the lesson outcomes)5. SKILLS TO BE LEARNT (List the subject-specific skills) 6. PROCEDURES OF A LESSON STAGE 1: INTRODUCTION OF A LESSON (Recognition of prior knowledge, use of teaching resources, capturing the learners’ attention)TEACHERS’ ACTIVITY(What will you say or do? What questions will you ask?)LEARNERS’ ACTIVITY(What will learners say or do?)
78 STAGE 2: DEVELOPMENT OF A LESSON (New content/concepts/skills) TEACHERS’ ACTIVITY(What will you say or do? What questions will you ask?) LEARNERS’ ACTIVITY(What will learners say or do?)
TPF3704/103/0/2020 79 EXPANDED OPPORTUNITIES Learning support opportunity(What measures are in place if a learner has barriers to learning? How do you adapt the methods/strategies in 4. for the learner(s)?)Enrichment opportunity(What measures are in place for gifted learners? How do you adapt the methods/strategies in 4.

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