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Creating a lesson plan.

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Section A Objective * Provide an introduction to my topics, and age chosen to provide an educational lesson for children. * Discuss types of learning in relation to my age groups and topics. Include: discovery and experimental learning, modeling, reinforcement, verbal instruction, research and reading, and reflection and analysis. * Discuss techniques for enabling learning for example, providing materials to enable discovery learning. Make sure the techniques you've chosen are effective. * Describe how learning is assessed, and how the level of progress can be measured. Introduction to my topics and chosen age As part of my A2 health and social care we've have been asked to come up with an lesson plan and perform it on the age groups chosen which goes up to the age of 8 years. Students, who are the age of 8, come into the category school year of 3. My chosen age group is 6 to 7 therefore my students will be in year 1 or 2 and will be doing key stage 1. Through the topic I have been observing child techniques and skills. Therefore the experience gained I will performing them on my students that I will be teaching. ...read more.


Also the acquaint the pupils with two digit numbers to add up to 100. [50 + 50 = 100] The same with four digit numbers. 2. Written method Use written methods to add and subtract up to 1000. This will aid the child in working out sums on paper. By using there mental method skills they can work sums quicker because there maybe a small majority of students having difficulties using mental methods to work adding and subtraction. We can then increase the ability by them adding 5 number digits for example [500 + 500 = 1000] 3. ICT method The use of computers will enable the students gain an experience in using computers and build their usage of using numbers on the computer. Types of learning the children will be using Reinforcement This is when the teacher reinforces and encourages the child to perform the task he/she is carrying out by reinforcing he/she is doing well. This helps the child to keep up good behaviour for example. However applying it to the mathematics students, it would be an encouragement of remembering the facts of sums up to 20, 100, 1000 and 4000 etc as some students will be struggling with the sums created. ...read more.


This helps the child to keep up good behaviour for example. There are lot of names involved with the heart, therefore children's concentration can die therefore reinforcing the names and activities within the heart and lungs will remain in their brains. Verbal Instruction Verbal instruction involves the teacher telling the child and explaining ideas is what the teachers do. It helps to produce learning facts that cannot be learnt by modelling and reinforcement. Here I will be telling them how the sum is done and different methods of adding and subtracting. Discovery and experimental learning Discovery learning will be being able to see a fake heart and where it is placed within the body. This will be shown from a given plastic model body. Research and reading A lot of research and reading will be involved within the learning of science as it's mostly based in the books. Some students may remember the information by reading. Reflection and analysis By reflecting back with the children and gaining feedback from the students the teacher can analyse the weaknesses of the students therefore can do more work on that area of the topic. ?? ?? ?? ?? Mandeep Kaur Sohal Health and Social Care Unit 16 ...read more.

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