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PLANNING OF A WEBSITE

1. Topic: Means of transport

Introduction

 How do you come to school everyday?


 Where do you live?
 What are land transports?

2. Teaching approach
 I will use behaviorist approach to teach facts, asking questions like: -
What is your favorite transport?
 Cognitive approach: I will use ‘how” ie. How was your journey by
bus?
 Constructivist approach: I will use “why” which means to develop
learners to the higher of level thinking that promotes personal
meaning in a situated contextual learning environment e.g. why the air
transport is so expensive than the land transport?
3. Analysis phase

Learners
I am going to teach grade 4 learners. Disadvantaged learners coming from
different backgrounds. I will consider their prior knowledge, skills &
abilities they have before designing a lesson.i.e. From known –unknown/
simple-complex.
The activity must be fruitful, interesting & motivating. The material should
correspond with their level, resources like computer, type writer, phones
with internet etc. They have basics in computer because there is computer
lab at school &we are teaching them.

Context: In my teaching I will consider the background of learners.

Outcomes

 LO1: Arts and culture visual arts AS 2 responds to stories in any art
form.
 LO2: Languages: Speaking: AS1: Answer questions using words &
phrases.
 LO3 Languages: Reading &viewing.AS3: Recognizes and makes
meaning of letter and words.
 LO5: Languages: Thinking and reasoning understand, AS1: concepts
and vocabulary relating to measurement.

Developmental outcomes

 Learners will identify and solve prpblems


 Learners will collect,analyse,organise data
 Learners will communicate effectively.

4. Design
SCREEN 1

PROGRAMME NAME:MEANS OF
TRANSPORT

AUTHOUR :N.T.MKUPA

DATE :26 NOVEMBER


2009

1.
Back to screen 1
SCREEN 2

Ask the class to name all the things that they can think
of that help us to move from one place to another.
(Let them use their home language if they do not know
the English words.)Explain that our means of traveling
(buses, cars. horses, bicycles etc.) are called transport.
Give each group some pictures of means of transport,
and some old magazines. Ask them to look through the
magazines and cut out pictures of things that can be
used for transport. Each group should stick all the
transport pictures they find onto a large sheet of paper.
Go around asking: what is it?

2.
Next screen
Back to screen 2 SCREEN 3

A member of each group presents the group’s poster.


She tries to name (in any language) the vehicle and the
other means of transport her group has found. Write all
the names that come up on the board. Add the English
names if learners have given home language names. The
groups can then write the name of each thing used for
transport under the pictures on their

Nex
t screen

3.
Back to screen 3 SCREEN 4

This page supports work done on comparisons.


Learners arrange the words for the means of
transport, arranging them from the slowest type of
transport to the fastest. They then complete the
sentences in the second activity to make true
sentences about the different means of transport.

Next
screen

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Back to screen 4 SCREEN 5

AIR TRANSPORT

WATER TRANSPORT

LAND TRANSPORT

Next
screen
Back to screen 5

SCREEN 6

Road rules

Each learner wrote about his/her dream transport and the


rules he/she knows

End of
screens

5. Development
 The teacher should prepare the material/resources before and budget
for it.
 Learners can learn through instruction, with the help of a teacher
when they are writing, editing, using graphics, videos ect. in a
computer.
 By doing the above activities they develop typing , computer , reading
communication, writing skills
 They can create website when they are fully developed using
computer.
 They can produce what they have learned by using computer

 Learners develop knowledge, skills, values and attitudes.

Learners are demonstrating, following the instruction to develop their own


activity using computers.

6. Implimentation and evaluation

Implementation and evaluation are interacting so closely so you can’t


separate one another. Everything we do need improvement

 Organize enough resources for that particular topic.


 Explain the purpose of the topic.
 Learners must know the criteria before doing their work.
 Be realist & fair when assessing learners.
 Learners learn what they were intended to learn.
 Outcomes were met.
 The website that was created was not perfect they need
improvement& evaluated for effectiveness.
 Learners must be motivated.
 The lesson was fruitful. & enjoyable.
 Feedback and recommendation was given