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Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara

Subject: - Civics
Grade: - IX
Ch.- 2 What is democracy and why democracy?
Topic: What is Democracy and why democracy?
No of
Days/Periods: 5

Content:

meaning of democracy
features of democracy
need for democracy
broader meaning of democracy

To understand the meaning and features of democratic state and to enable


Goals: them to differentiate it from an undemocratic state.
Students will be able to:
1. outline the meaning of democracy
Instructional
2. basic features of democracy
Objectives:
3. compare the democratic form of government with non-democratic.
4. Analyse the need for democratic government in present times.
5. Explain the meaning of democracy in social and economic context.

Prior Knowledge:

Prior knowledge will be tested by asking questions related to the


previous chapter what type of government was existing before
Pinochet in Chile? Which countries adopted democracy in the initial
period in modern age.

Materials: NCERT Textbook, TEC smart class, marker & board,


MI: Visual-spatial, Linguistic, Inter & intra-personal
DAY I
Introduction: Teacher will introduce the topic by showing photographs of the leader of
non-democratic countries like Fidel Castro, Gaddafi etc.
Strategy used:

Reciprocal & discussion.

Guided Practice: Students will jot down the meaning of democracy in their notebooks .
Checking For
Oral questions will be asked to students.
Understanding:
Closure: Summarization of the topic with key points.
Independent Students will be asked to identify the famous by the quotes given by the
Practice: teacher.

Instructional
Objectives 1 - 2 will be met at the end of the days.
Objectives:
Prior Knowledge: Students can recall the different terms discussed in the previous class..
Materials: Same as day 1.
Introduction:

Teacher will introduce the topic by asking questions related to common


features of democracy.

Strategy used: The teacher will explain the features of democracy with the help of
visual/cartoons given in the textbook.
Guided Practice:

Teacher will ask students to make list of the features of democracy in their
notebook..

Checking For Oral questions will be asked to students randomly to check their
Understanding: understanding.
Closure: Recap of the topic.
Independent
Students will do questions from the assignments..
Practice:
Instructional
Objectives 3 will be met at the end of the day.
Objectives:
Prior Knowledge: Teacher will ask a few questions related to the topic.
Materials: Same as day 1.
Introduction: DAY 3 Teacher will continue with the previous days process.
Strategy used: Teacher will divide the class for collaborative learning G-I will be
presenting their views against democracy elaborated by the teacher.
Guided Practice: Students to note down important points.
Checking For
Oral questions will be asked to students randomly.
Understanding:
Closure: Quick discussion on the topics covered.
Independent
Students will complete the assignment questions
Practice:
DAY 4-5
Introduction: Teacher will introduce the topic by asking related to the topic done on
previous day.
Strategy used: Discussion on the will be held using interactive method.

Guided Practice: Students to note down important points.


Checking For
Oral questions will be asked to students randomly.
Understanding:
Closure: Quick recap of the entire lesson.
Independent
Students to complete the exe. From textbook.
Practice:
Thinking Skill Questions:
1. Critical: Army is the most disciplined and corruption free organistion so there should be army
rule .comment.
2. Reflective: People speak more than 3 languages but education is available in 2 languages .is it
democratic
3. Creative: Make a collage out of newspaper cuttings/articles /letter related to the feature of
democracy.
4. Societal: Inequalities in income is reflected in participation of people in democracy .Analyze.