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Appendix 1: Lesson Plan (template)

LESSON PLAN Subject: Science

Trainee: Khadeja Topic or Theme: Describe different habitats

Class: 2E Date: 6-11-2019

Duration:8:15 to 9:00

Trainee Personal Goals

1- I am working to develop my strategies on learning

2- I’m learning a new words of animals

3- I try to learn a wide range of words in the lesson, to help me to make students more

4- Support student with positive words

Lesson Focus

1- Describe different habitats which are desert, forest, arctic .

2 - Explain three animals use their habitats.

3- The animals live in desert, forest, arctic.

4- Why the animals who live in the desert can't live in a forest.

Lesson Outcomes

*Describe different habitats

Links to Prior Learning:

1- Most of students live in the desert
2- Some students have camle in their farm
3- Liked with previous lesson which is Group animals into vertebrates and non-
Key vocabulary

plants, grassy, warm, cold, snowy, hot, dry, desert, forest, arctic

The Animal names:

* Rabbit

* Fox

* Squirrel
* Camel
* Bear
* Camel

Possible problems for learners Solutions to possible problems

-Some students don’t understand. - Teacher asks differentiated questions during the
- Some students face difficulty with
reading the word. - The teacher walks around the class and monitors
- Some students don't involve. the students who need help.

- The teacher say the new words many time

- Manage the classroom by reward.

- Allow the student to answer in the board.

Resources/equipment needed

- Computer

- Markers

- PowerPowpint


- Plate
-small card

- cube

- scissors

& Time
Students will: Teacher will:

10 min
- The students will show the teacher * Remind the students of the rules of
full respect. the classroom.

- Some students will answer by The teacher will open a short

oral. PowerPoint, and ask questions about the
lesson and review the last lesson.
- Other students will come to the
board and will do a circle with the - per activity: circle the animals who
right answer. live in the desert

* For example:

What do habitats mean?

* Who lives in the desert?
* Do you have a camel in your home?
* Did you live in forest ?
* where are you live?
* why some animals live in the forest and
can’t live in the desert?

Main activities
& Time
Students will: Teacher will:

20 min -Students work to gather. - Pair activity:

- the students present their work - Plate about different habitats with
small card and the students must
classify the the picture in right place.

- The students present their work

Differentiation activities (Support)

1- I will put some examples on the board.

2- I will solve and explain only one question on the board to it make clear for them.

3- I will walk around the classroom and I will help anyone if they have questions.

4- I will allow some students to solve one question on the board.

Differentiation activities (Stretch)

- There are questions for different abilities.

- The students will get support from the teacher.

For example:

* Low level: they will receive 3 animals and they will classify , where they live “ they have
some ideas”.

* Middle level: they will receive 4 animals and they will classify , where they live

* High level: they will receive 6 animals and they will classify, where they live

Note: If any students finish earlier, they will another worksheet with different questions.
& Time Plenary/Conclusion

Students will Teacher will

10 min
- The students will start answer -The teacher prepares a small paper and
those questions with small animals picture and they
will stick in the right box.
-Some of the students will require
assistance from the teacher. - The teacher will distribute the small
paper for the students
- Students will stick the picture in
the board - The teacher will ask the students,
what did you learn today.

- Cube game:

- The students will roll the cube and

will pick a picture of animal then will
put it in the right place where the
animal live in the board.

Homework _


☐ Observation ☐ Student self- ☐ Oral questioning ☐ Peer assessment


☐ Quiz ☐ Student ☐ Written work ☐ Verbal feedback

presentation and feedback