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POINT FORTIN WEST SECONDARY SCHOOL

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT


LESSON PLAN

TEACHERS NAME: Carla Lewis

SUBJECT: Information Technology

DATE:

CLASS:

TIME:

19th April 2016


Period 4&5

Syllabus:

10:30 11:40

Form 4 Group 1

LENGTH OF PERIOD:

70 mins

CSEC Information Technology

Unit Title:

Programming

Lesson 5:

Writing simple programs

RESOURCES
Teacher Resources

Student resources

Laptop

File paper

Projector

Pen

Notepad Software

Whiteboard markers

Pascal Compiler

Whiteboard

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE - Students should:

Problem solving
Structure of a Pascal Program
Declaring constants and variables

OBJECTIVES

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Cognitive

Psychomotor

At the end of the lesson Form 4 students


will:
1. Create a simple program using
sequential steps for a given
problem

Affective

At the end of the lesson Form 4 students


will:
1. Actively participate in activities
(Responding to phenomena)
2. Displays team work (Internalizing
Values)

ASSESSMENT STRATEGY with Objective


Cognitive

1.

Create a simple
program using
sequential steps for a
given problem

Assessment Strategy

Activity: Write a simple Pascal


program

Affective

Assessment Strategy

1. Actively participates in
activities (Responding
to phenomena)

1. Observation using
a checklist

2. Displays team work


(Internalizing Values)

2. Observation using
a checklist

Set Induction

Teacher runs a simple Pascal code on the projector that asks them two questions and then responds based on their
answers
1 mins
Description of Teaching/Learning Activities:

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Teacher Activities

Student Expected Activities

The teacher asks the class to draw a


simple flowchart that would achieve
what the program did (Engaging)

Students will draw a simple flow chart.

Teacher will ask a volunteer to draw


the flowchart on the board.
(Engaging)

Student will draw the flowchart on the


whiteboard and the class will discuss its
accuracy.

Students will identify those reserved


words such as Write/WriteLn and
Read/ReadLn.

Teacher will display the source code


using the projector to students and
ask them to identify those important
words required to input and output
(Questioning)

Intelligence
being
developed
LM

Est. time to
complete

VL

4 mins

VL

5 mins

6 mins

5 mins

Teacher will demonstrate to students


using the pascal compiler and the
projector how to write a simple
program that inputs two numbers
and adds them. (Demonstrating)

Students will observe the syntax of the


language

ACTIVITY
Teacher will ask 4 students to
volunteer to write simple programs
that require a mathematical solution
on the whiteboard. (Engaging)

ASSESSMENT
Students will be given three simple

Students will write Pascal code to solve


the problems given

Students will write simple programs.


They will choose 4 other students who
will assess the logic and flow of the
programs, correcting errors if necessary.
This will be repeated with 8 other
students.

LM

22 mins

LM

25 mins

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programs that require mathematical


solutions to solve.

END OF LESSON ACTIVITIES


Closure to lesson: 2 mins
T.S. (Transition Statement):

In todays class, we learned about how to write simple programs using sequential statements.
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B.S. (Bridging Statement):

In our next class, we will learn how to debug a program.


Multiple Intelligences
VS: Visual Spatial
VL: Verbal Linguistic
Inter: Interpersonal Intra: Intrapersonal BK: Body/ Kinesthetic
LM: Logic/Mathematical
M: Musical
N: Naturalistic
E: Existential

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