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Student-Teacher: Fatima Mohammed Date: 18-3-2018

EPC 2903 Primary Lesson Planning Template Year 2, Sem 2

Grade Level: Four


Subject: Science
Learning Outcome : To understand the parts of the ear.
Resources: Preparation (what do you need to do/make before
the parts of the ear(board) class?)
sounds from websites organize the materials
worksheets make four group
make sure, the learners are ready for lesson
Key vocabulary/ Target Language
Ear-vibration-pinna-drum-outer ear (ear canal)-
inner ear(cochlea, semicircle canal)-middle ear(ear
drum, malleus, incus, stapes).
Opening (warmer activity + teacher introduction/demonstration of small group activities)
Ask them to prepare their blank sheets to write their notes during the lesson, or write some
questions that they want to ask after the end of the lesson
Play a few sounds and let learners guess the sounds they hear, such as plane, helicopter, traffic
and pyrotechnics).
Ask them to guess the lesson we will study today. Ask them which organ in the body helped
them hear and guess the sounds? They will answer. Ear. Where does the place of the ear in the
human body?
First I will show them same video, and ask them to record the notes of what they see. Then ask
two students to do the experiments in front of the class. Then, I will show them the board (parts
of the ear) to explain to them, there are three parts of the ear call: inner, middle and outer ear.
The outer ear contains pinner, hearing tract and drum.
The outer part that we see from the ear receives the mobile sound in the air: the filament
Function of the eardrum: The ear canal is closed and the ear surface vibrates when the sound
reaches it

The middle ear contains three magnets: the hammer, the anvil and the passengers, and are
connected to the pharynx through the Ostach channel
The hammer and the passenger anvil vibrate when vibrating the drum membrane
Time: 15 min
Whole

The inner ear consists of the spiral cochlea, the coronal channels, and the outer part that we see
from the ear. It receives the mobile sound in the air:
Function of the eardrum: The ear canal is closed and the ear surface vibrates when the sound
reaches it

The middle ear contains three magnets: the hammer, the anvil and the passengers, and are
connected to the pharynx through the Ostach channel
The hammer and the passenger anvil vibrate when vibrating the drum membrane
The inner ear consists of the spiral cochlea and the crescent channels and transmits the
vibration to the auditory nerve.
The role of the ear in hearing: The air spreads in the form of waves, such as waves formed when
receiving a stone in the water.

Now turn to the audio track in the ear:


1 The sound waves receive from the air.
Sound travels through the audio channel to the vibrating drum membrane
Vibrations from the drum membrane go to the central ears of the fetus
Vibration moves to the inner ear of the fluid in the cochlea
The vibration of the fluid moves in the cochlea to the auditory nerve that moves it to the brain

Independent Experience (small group activity 1) H A


I will give them worksheets include different types of questions, such as fill in the blank, draw
40 min

the ear parts and write the name for each parts.
Small

Independent Experience(small group activity 2) MA


I will give them worksheets include different types of questions, such as fill in the blank, match
the name to the correct ear parts, true and false, multiple choice.
Time:

Independent Experience(small group activity 3) L A


I will give them worksheets include different types of questions, such as fill in the blank, true
and false, multiple choice.
Closing (review learning -LO)
5 min

What was the learning outcome for today’s lesson?


What are the three ear parts?
Whole

What is the function of eardrum?


Time:

Assessment (to be done during activity time, who and what will be assessed?)
What we call this parts ( outer, inner)?
How many parts in the middle ear?
What are the names of the three muscles in the middle ear?
Reflection:

WWW:
Asking about the today LO.
quick review via two questions.
The great using of questioning when reading to make the children think about using some higher-level
reading skills, such as prediction and summarizing.
Activities planned-each activity on its own was well planned and well throughout. They all will have
led to the children gaining a good understanding of them, which would have to enable them to reach
the Learning outcome.
Quick review of today’s lesson.
Asking children/group what are the three parts of the ear.
Tell me why this answer it is true?
Can you explain how we receive the sounds?

EBI:
Use of timer-the timer kept the children to task and meant that they engaged throughout. It also gave
the main section a good pace.
Use different media such as posters, videos, drawings to give different representations.
Think carefully about how long the children will need for each activity and then plan accordingly.
Behaviour management:
Make sure that every child fully focused on you when you are talking.
Look out another ways to positive reinforcement what expected such as class dojo, star of the lesson,
lead of the class.
Groupings/differentiation:
They were happy and collaborate with each other, such as checking their answers, discussing.

Next Steps in learning and teaching:


Focus on the important parts of the lesson.
Do not take long time to explain the lesson.
Make sure the children really focused and they listen to me.
Try using other approaches of giving positive reinforcement rather than verbal in each time.