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Student-Teacher: Alia Ali Date: 23/10/2018

EPC 2903 Primary Lesson Planning Template Year 2, Sem 2

Grade Level: Grade 2


Subject: Science (forces, push and pull)
Learning Outcome : By the end of this lesson students will be able to..

 Identify that there are to kind of forces.


 Differentiate between push and pull in terms of definition, and direction.
Resources Preparation (what do you need to do/make before
class?)
Pre- teaching:
 White board to review the prior lesson.  Prepare the materials (marker, power point,
 Power point the have some picture and concert objects, scissors, paper, glue).
the teacher ask the student to
predicted what they can see to know.  Prepare the game.

While- teaching:  Prepare the power point.


 Door, drawer, small car, chair, bag, and
small shopping trolley to do Key vocabulary/ Target Language
experiments and explain to the
students how to push and pull. Push, Pull

Post-teaching:
 scissors to cut out the pictures.
 A4 paper and glue to stick the picture
and write simple sentence describing
the pictures.
 Online game that helps the student to
read and put the suitable word (push or
pull) (
http://367491416201388513.weebly.co
m/push-or-pull.html)
Opening (warmer activity + teacher introduction/demonstration of small group activities)
Time: 15 min

 The teacher will show the student a power point and ask them about their prediction.
Whole

 Then the teacher will explain the new vocab, the definition, and the direction of push
and pull.
 Then the teacher will explain the lesson in depth with some experiments, so the
students can understand the lesson.
Guided Experience (group working with the teacher)
Time: 15
Small

 The teacher will help the low students, so she can help them while writing the
min

description sentence about the pictures that they have using push and pull. Also,
there are some words that can helps the students.
Independent Experience (other four groups)

 Average and high students can write their own sentences and the teacher will check
their spelling and grammar. Also, they can get help from the HFW sheet on their
tables.

Closing (review learning -LO)


5 min

 Doing an online game that helps the students to read and put the correct word in the
Whole

blank.
Time:

Assessment (to be done during activity time, who and what will be assessed?)

 The teacher can assess student understanding while they are solving the work sheet and
doing the online game.

References

IT'S SCIENCE TIME!!! [Blog post]. (n.d.). Retrieved from 367491416201388513


website: http://367491416201388513.weebly.com/push-or-pull.html
Reflection WWW/EBI

The lesson was about push and pull. The student loved the guessing at the beginning and they
were engaged. Also, the experiments were excellent they understood the lesson and they were
excited to experimenting. My MST think that the game was perfect and useful to explain and
support the lesson. Even better if I cut out the picture so we can use the time to write their
sentences freely, but my MST liked it because it helps their motor skills.
Behaviour management

In this lesson the behavior management was better than the first lesson. I had my own style in
behavior management and the student love it which was search for the best student, so all the
student will sit properly and listen to be the best student.
Groupings/differentiation

I had two groups one for the high and average and the other for the low. It’s better to differentiate
the activity because it helps the students to understand on their level because if it was hard thy will
not try. So, the students loved the activity and it was perfect for their levels.
Next Steps in learning and teaching

In the next lesson I should cut the picture to use the time in their free writing also they can write,
about what they can push and pull in the house, shop, and in their daily life so it supports their
understanding and it helps them to memorize the concept as Vygotsky believes “Social learning
theories help us to understand” (Neff, n.d.).

References

Neff, L. S. (n.d.). Lev Vygotsky and Social Learning Theories [Blog post].
Retrieved from Learning Theories Website: https://jan.ucc.nau.edu/lsn/
educator/edtech/learningtheorieswebsite/vygotsky.htm