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B.Ed.

Teaching Practice Lesson Plan

BUILT LESSON
Date

18-May-2015

Time
SST

10:00 AM
Dhanya Surendradas

Student
teacher
School
Class
Year
No of
students

Asma Naji
HCT
Grade four

Lesson
Making a thermometer
31 students
unit/page
Context of the lesson :
Keeping warm: Task 2 Making a thermometer
Teaching goal :
To teach students make their own thermometer.
Learning objectives : By the end of the lesson the students will be able to :
- Identifies the temperature variation and make a thermometer.
Assumptions about prior learning
-The students will be familiar with thermometer and objects that are hot and cold.
Anticipated problems and possible solutions
Problem: the water in students thermometers may take long time to be warm.
Solution: teacher will use small gas stove and put the thermometer to show mercury increasing quickly.
Personal focus for this lesson
-Monitor children more closely.
-Using the body language.
-Classroom management.
Target language
Thermometer- increase decrease- temperature
Celsius

Teacher language
Excellent well done- can anyone tell me listen
carefully.

Main tasks or activities


Making thermometer- brainstorm and creating
poster- questions and answers under chairs.
Consider these grouping strategies:
Individual work
Small group

Resources and teaching aids


Textbook p.5
Consider where the children are working:
At their desks
On the floor

Time

5 min

15

Stage

Interaction

Engagement T-S

Explore

T-S

min

Explain

S-S

10
min

Time

Stage

Interaction

15
min

Elaborate

S-T

5 min

Evaluate

S-T

Teacher
(activity and Language)

The teacher will play a


game with students. If the
teacher mention a hot
temperature object,
students will raise their
hands/ stand up. If she
mention cold temperature
object they will not raise
their hands/ set down.
The teacher give students
materials to show them
how to make a
thermometer.
The teacher will give each
group a big poster. Some
groups will brainstorm as
many hot temperature
object and write it down.
Other groups will
brainstorm cold objects
and write it down.
Teacher
(activity and Language)
The teacher will ask students to
stand up and make a circle in the
classroom. She will ask each
student to throw a ball to a
classmate and tell about
something he learn in this lesson
or the previous lesson.
The teacher will paste a question
under some tables and answers
under other tables and ask
students to find each other.
Questions are review of this and
previous lesson such as what is the
temperature of water when it boils.

Student

W
The students will
stand up/ raise hands
if the object is hot.
Students will not
raise their hands/ set
down if the object is
cold.

The students will


follow directions to
make thermometer.
The students will
work in groups to
brainstorm hot/cold
temperature objects
and create a poster.

Gr

Gr

Student

The students will


make a circle and
throw ball to each
others and talk
about what they
learn.
Students will

try to
each others according to
the questions or answers
they have.

In

Pa