This lesson is different from the previous one as the teacher allowed the students the freedom to develop their own way of discovering how to pour a drink. Here also students were left alone to practice and interact with others and other materials if they so choose to do so. This lesson is also more of a practical life lesson that the previous one that sort to help them attain knowledge of different types of trees. Scenario 2 Lesson 1. In this lesson students will develop their knowledge of the alphabets and make an association with words that begins with that letter. Here students will focus on the letters a, b, and c. The class teacher will write the letters down on the board and will make the sound of the letters. Students will be encouraged to repeat these sounds out loud as a class. Students will then be given a series of words on cards and will be asked to put in groups all words with a, b, and c respectively. As a result students are differentiating the letters and sounds by placing them into their respective groups and so are deciding on a choice. Once this has been done children will call out these words and other words that they know starts with these letters. Here again students will be speaking out. Students will finally write these words on their previously created book of fruits and vegetables under the appropriately placed letter heading. This activity allows students to create a book which they can read later. Lesson 2. This lesson will focus on students’ ability to differentiate between the colors red, blue and yellow. These colors will be written on the board in their respective colors. The teacher will present the students with several pictures of various items in the colors red, blue and yellow.
Students will also walk around the class and point out items that are red, blue or yellow. Each time they get an item they must say out loud the color of the item and its name if they know it. Students will be asked to move about by coming to retrieve an item from a box placed next to the teacher’s desk and to place it into a colored box marked red, blue or yellow. Students will then be asked to draw a banana and complete the sentence by writing in the color of the banana in the sentence, ‘I can draw a __yellow _ banana.’ Scenario 3 This lesson will focus on improving students writing skills. Here the main focus will be on sequencing of stories. As a result students will begin the lesson with a story that is read to them where they are problems with the sequencing of the story. The students will then be asked a few questions to determine their understanding of the story. This will illustrate that when a story is not sequenced properly then it becomes confusing to the reader as to what took place. The same story will be read by a student in the class with the teachers help and students will again be asked a few questions about what was read. This time the story will be in the correct sequence.
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- Fall '14