The course unit may be done on the lines of a teacher-structured unit or on teacher/student collaborative planning. The model units that prepared here are teacher-structured units.
Lesson planning follows from the unit planning process. During unit planning, activities are selected, analyzed, and modified. An initial sequence of lessons is outlined. In essence, lesson planning involves an enhancement of the unit plan to make the day-to-day activities of the class flow more smoothly and produce maximum success.
It is necessary to read the Unit overview and the Concept of development sections. Develop an idea about the nature and scope of the unit, and how it fits into the Level. It should be determined that how the unit focus relates to other subjects and how joint learning opportunities may be used to enhance students' experiences. Before moving further create an outline or a web that summarizes the unit. It should show the major concepts to be considered during the unit as well as associated sub concepts and links to other areas of study. In light of what you understand about the unit and the nature of the students in the class, choose learning objectives that you feel are appropriate. Following steps should be considered for teacher-student planning.
A lesson plan is a comprehensive and pre...
Identifying and sequencing activities.
A lesson plan is a comprehensive and predetermined schedule of every activity of teacher in classroom for achieving optimal results. A lesson plan can be of many forms and types. It usually depends on time span, style of educator and type of subject to be taught. But the basic and main objective of any type of lesson plan is to provide teacher a pre-planned line of action for presenting materials and interacting with learners. The lesson plan should not be merely an action plan but it should provide a useful link between objectives of curriculum and material to be taught. It is important to keep in mind the learning objectives before planning a lesson.
Unit & Lesson Plan for English
Topic Verb Usage: Tense and Conjugation
Objectives: By the end of this lesson the student will be able to:
1. Identify different tenses of verbs - present, past, future, present perfect, past perfect and future perfect.
2. Use the correct verb tense in a given sentence.
3. Conjugate regular verbs into first, second, or third person tenses.
In many achievement tests, there is an entire section of the test devoted to verb tense. Use the following little "trick" to determine which verb tense is the correct one to use in each tense.
For present tense, use this sentence, putting your verb in the blank:
I ____________ today.
For past tense, use this sentence, putting the same verb in the blank:
I _____________ yesterday.
For future tense, add will plus your verb:
I will ____________ tomorrow.
For present perfect, add have plus the past participle:
I have _____________ many times before.
For past perfect, add had plus the past participle: