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SYLLABUS

&
LESSON PLAN
EDU555
Curriculum and Instruction
Encik Muhamad Furkan Mat Salleh
Faculty of Education
Universiti Teknologi MARA

Syllabus Content
1) A statement of reason for offering
the course or subject
for whom it is intended,
what values it is likely to have for
these students, and
how it is related to other courses

Syllabus Content
2) What the educational objectives are
3) A statement or listing of the learning
tasks that are provided
4) A suggestion of the time probably
required to perform the tasks
successfully

Syllabus Content
5) The means that will be used to
evaluate the students performance
6) Other information necessary for the
particular course or subject to guide
students in utilizing effectively the
resources available for their learning

Syllabus Format
Course
information
Course description
Course objective
Course content
Method of
instruction

Assessment
Required text
References
* Please refer to
your Course
Information

LESSON PLAN

Lesson Plan
A lesson plan varies according to
subject
Purposes
To help teachers plan and organize
the lesson
To help teachers keep a record of the
work done
To guide teachers during instruction

Parts of a Lesson Plan


A lesson plan should contain four main
elements:
The objectives of the lesson, and the
intended learning outcome
The contents of the lesson
The methods of organizing the
content and the activities
The conclusion and follow-up
activities

Important Factors in a Lesson


Plan
The objectives and the learning outcomes it
sets out to achieve
Students characteristics
Previous knowledge of the students
Tasks and materials
Time allocation

The Normal Procedures of


Planning a Lesson
Refer to the scheme of work and pick
the appropriate topic
Decide the objectives and learning
outcomes of the lesson
Decide on ways to stage the lesson
Decide on the activities
Check for the balance and variety

Format
Refer to the format

Format of a Lesson Plan


Procedures
Activity one (Introduction)
1.
2.
Activity 2
3.
4.
Activity 3 (Conclusion)
5.
6.
Follow-up Activity
Evaluation

Time:
Material:
Time:
Material:
Time:
Material:

Format of a Lesson Plan


Procedures
Activity one (Introduction)
1. Teacher asks students the
common questions that they
ask when they want to know
the details of a person.
2. Students respond to the
teacher. Teacher writes the
questions on the blackboard.
3. Teacher informs the students
the topic of the lesson.

Time: 10 15
minutes
Material: None

Format of a Lesson Plan


Activity 2
Time: 30 minutes
1. Teacher gives a situation to the Material:
students. Teacher explains the Worksheet
activity and distributes the
worksheet.
2. Students carry out the activity
and the teacher monitors
them.
3. Teacher selects students
randomly and asks them to
present their finding to the
class.

Format of a Lesson Plan


Activity 3
Time: 25 minutes
1. Teacher asks students to come Material: None
up with their conclusion of the
activity and the lesson.
2. Teacher concludes the lesson
by telling the students the
values learnt from the lesson.

Format of a Lesson Plan


Follow-up Activity:

Self-Evaluation:

Conclusion
A lesson plan needs a careful planning
A teacher needs to make sure that the
lesson plan is suitable to the students,
achievable and practical to carry out
within the time allocated.