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Lesson Plan

ROUTINE INFORMATION

Name of School:

Student surname and name:

Student number:
Grade:

Subject:

Topic:
Content/ Concept Area:

CAPS page no:


Duration of lesson:

SPECIFIC AIMS:
[Selected from CAPS subject document. These are medium term aims for specific subject
for grade and phase]

LESSON OBJECTIVES:
[Designed by teacher for a specific lesson. These are short term objectives that focus on the
knowledge, skills and values (KSVs) that learners should develop in the lesson or unit of
lessons. The activities, resources and approaches used in the lesson phases and assessment
need to be aligned to these lesson aims]

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS VALUES/ATTITUDE


Learners should gain Learners should be able to do the Learners should acquire
knowledge and following: values and attitudes
understanding of the conducive to promoting:
following:

(What specifically do you Reorganise/Describe/Explain/Critically Specific values/attitudes


want the learners to know discuss/Identify etc. underpinning your
and to understand?) lesson

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Example:
1. Describe …… 1. Reorganise ………. 1. Appreciate ……..
2. Explain …… 2. Draw ……… 2. Value ……
3. Critically discuss ….. 3. Analyse …….. 3. Show awareness …..

APPROACH/TEACHING STRATEGY:
[Approaches/methods of teaching: for example, Whole class discussion; Group work;
Demonstration; Questioning; Case studies; Role play; Games; Other (specify)]

RESOURCES:
[Consult the CAPS subject document for possible resources for topics and/or identify our own
resources, for example OHP/Transparency/ Interactive Worksheet / Newspapers / Posters /
You Tube clips/ power point presentation. You should indicate in the lesson phases how you
will integrate the resources in the lesson.]

LESSON PHASES:
INTRODUCTION
[The purpose of the introduction is to create interest, motivate the topic and to prepare learners
for the topic to follow and to establish the link to previous knowledge/existing knowledge. The
introduction should have some WOW factor. Possible options can include a story, newspaper
article, poem, demonstration, discussion of homework tasks, incidents from TC, Radio,
Internet etc.
Also explain/highlight learning aims for the lesson/s]

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DEVELOPMENT
[The purpose of this phase is to provide opportunities for the development of KSVs through
facilitation of the teaching learning experience. This phase should be structured to progress
logically through various stages or steps that include teacher and learner
activities/approaches/resources/and planned questions to be asked to achieve the subject
aims and lesson aims. The core content and concepts should be clearly covered. This section
should be at least one to one and a half pages in length, containing sufficient detail.]

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CONSOLIDATION/LESSON CONCLUSION
[The purpose of this phase of the lesson is to reinforce the application of the KSVs
underpinning the lesson: how are these KSVs going to help the learners in the way they think
for example, or make decisions or approach life situations. Activities here could include for
example, a worksheet, questioning, discussion of what was learnt and the application thereof.
Discussion of homework activities can also be included. Remember a lesson conclusion is not
merely a summary of the lesson.]

ASSESSMENT:
[How will you assess if the subject aims and learning aims have been achieved. The following
needs to be included:
Assessment type:
Project, essay, peer assessment of oral
presentation (refer to CAPS document)
Assessment instruments/tools:
assessment criteria grid (optional
depending on type of assessment used)]
Assessment method:
(Informal/formal/formative/summative)
Assessment task and instructions:

Assessment instruments/tools: assessment criteria grid (optional depending on type of


assessment used)]

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EXTENDED/ENRICHMENT:
[This is usually for early finishers. This can include gathering information by means of a
questionnaire or an essay/poem/exercise/internet research etc.]

PLANNED QUESTIONS:
[Planned questions for the lesson can be written on a separate page or can be written within
each phase of the lesson. Remember that questions must represent lower-, medium- and
higher-order questions. Refer to Blooms Taxonomy to formulate questions.]

TEACHER REFLECTION ON LESSON TAUGHT: (TO BE COMPLETED AFTER LESSON


WAS TAUGHT)
[This is written after the presentation of the lesson. The aim of the reflection is to engage in
honest critical self-reflection to consider what you as an educator should change so as to
improve your presentation of the lesson. Also consider what you would not change and why
not. Reflect on your experience of the lesson as a whole. See attached template that you can
use].

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REFERENCES: [Books/articles/websites consulted or used when preparing for the lesson]

Professional Practice
REFLECTION SHEET
(INDIVIDUAL LESSONS)

Topic:

Grade: Date:
Successes Experienced ... Challenges Encountered ...

Reasons Reasons

Possible Revisions ... Interesting Incidents ...

What did you learn from this particular experience?