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Lesson Plan

By: Glaiza Baday


At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:

a. Define what is learning


b. Distinguish the different principles of learning and
the implications of learning to teaching
c. Appreciates the deep connection between teaching
and learning in the acquisition of knowledge
Principles of Learning
PowerPoint presentation
Teacher Guide Student’s Guide
A. Before the lesson

1. Classroom Management
a. Prayer (A student leads the prayer.)
b. Checking of attendance (The secretary of the class will
2. Introduction of the new lesson report the attendance.)
lass
Teacher Guide Student’s Guide

Questions:
“The ability to learn is the (The teacher calls
most significant activity of a students to explain.)
man.”
Can someone from the class
explain the meaning of this?
What is meant by learning?
What are the principles of (The teacher calls
learning? random students to
What are the implications of answer.)
learning to teaching?
Teacher Guide Student’s Guide

B. During the lesson


There are different
principles of learning
according to different
proponents. Let us now
prepare ourselves and minds
to be filled with knowledge
today.
Principles of learning from
Home and Pine (1990)

1. Learning is an experience
which occurs inside the
learner and is activated by
the learner.
2. Learning is the discovery
of the personal meaning
and relevance of ideas
3. Learning (behavioral
change) is a consequences
of experience
4. Learning is cooperative
and collaborative process
5. Learning is an evolutionary (The teacher explains the
process principles of learning to the
students while in between
6. Learning is sometimes a discussions the teacher will ask
painful process students different questions to
7. One of the richest resources for facilitate learning.)
learning is the learner itself
8. The process of Learning is
emotional as well as intellectual
9. The process of learning is
highly unique and individual.
Teacher Guide Student’s Guide
Thorndike’s Laws of
Learning (Principles)

1. Law of Readiness
2. Law of Exercise
3. Law of effect
4. Law of Multiple-Response
5. Law of Set or Attitude
6. Pre-potency of elements
7. Law of response by
analogy
8. Law of associative
shifting
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Thorndike’s Additional
laws of learning

1.Law of Primacy
2.Law of Recency
3.Law of Intensity
4.Law of Freedom
After the lesson

Now, I want you to go to


your group and choose
one among the
principles of learning (Students go to their
we learned today and respective groups and
come up with a short brainstorm about the given
skit on how a certain activity.)
principle or law affects
the teaching-learning
process.
Teacher Guide Student’s Guide

Well done, class! (After 5 minutes, students will present


their short skit.)

Who among the class wants to do the


recap of today’s lesson?
(calls someone from the class) Today we have learned about the
different principles and laws of
learning according to Home and Pine
and Thorndike.

Very Good!
Do you still have questions about
today’s discussion?
Great! None, Ma’am.
V. Assignment:

Search for another principles of learning


according to different proponents
The End