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How To Make A Coherent Lesson Plan

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If you can’t explain it simply, you do not understood it well. : Albert Einstein. As the above given quote explains that if you want your content to be understood by your pupils you should make the plan for that as per their level of understanding. Planning the structure of the lesson should focus on how to get expected outcome. For the same goal I tried to plan my lesson keeping in a mind all different aspects to have a coherent lesson plan which are as follows:

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  1. Presentation
  2. Informative introduction
  3. Easy and understandable language and terms for explanation.
  4. Live and day to day examples.
  5. Activities
  6. Identifying the knowledge gained
  7. Comparing with expected outcome.
  8. Treat any lacking issue comes.

As a teacher I am having learners of quite young age group, so it was highly essential to present the topic in interesting as well as appealing way. Proper PPT was used with other resources like flash cards and diagrams to create interest of the students. Once the learners started showing interest I introduced the content in very effective way with the help of PPT and flash cards showing various oragns. As the pictures and PPT was quite colourful as well as interactive the learners were quite keen to know more. Learners were yet just aware of the some body parts which they see or heard of, but now I tried to explain them the concept of Internal organs and external organs. Their body parts were distinguished and they were explained the reason of using terminologies like internal and external organs. They were also explained using their local language to give them better understanding. Further the body structure was drawn learners were asked them to assume it as their house.

The organs were explained as different members of the house every organ having different function to do. This gave learners even better understanding the functions of the organs. After the discussion the learners were involved in an activity where they were all given sheets to draw different internal organs of the body. The learners drew some beautiful pictures showing the understanding they got of the body parts. After this a small quiz was organised in which learners were divided into teams and random questions related to topic were asked from them. This was done to identify the knowledge gained by learners in entire session. The result was compared with the expected outcome and the learners who were having any kind of difficulty to understand something were given individual attention to make them get to know the concept better.

In entire lesson plan the concepts were explained in simple and easy language as per the level of learners. More important than the curriculum is the question of the methods of teaching and the spirit in which the teaching is given: Bertrand Russell. Teaching methods are used to maximize students’ learning ability, thinking criteria and analysis of the topic themselves. It is a method used in order to enhance their ability to learn and develop their ability to think, to enhance their practical ability and their ability of innovation. Keeping all this in mind, I used interactive teaching method where there was discussion and explanation of the content which encouraged learners to participate more and get their doubts cleared. Learners who were feeling themselves unable to comprehend or understand the matter, pictorial presentation with the help of PPT and flash cards helped them a lot to grasp the concepts in the best possible way. At the end the diagrammatic activity and quiz session made them completely thorough with the terms involved in the chapter. After this entire explanation session the learners were assessed on their participation involved in the classroom interaction and also quiz. After the completion of the chapter there was short assessment which was taken as a pen paper test to assess the understanding of the concept the child has attained.

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