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LESSION PLANNING . Presented By: Deepika Lecturer in teaching of Economics. According to Carter V. Good :

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lession planning

LESSION PLANNING

Presented By: Deepika

Lecturer in teaching of Economics

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According to Carter V. Good :

A lesson plan may be define as a teaching outline of the important points of a lesson arranged in an order in which they are to be presented. It may includes objectives, points to be asked, references to materials, assignments etc.

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ITEMS INCLUDES:

1. Why- Reason, aims or purpose of the lesson.

2. What- Content, material and instructional aids.

3. How- Procedures and activities.

4. Evaluation- An objective, in personal apprisal by the teacher.

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Herbartarian steps of lesson planning:
  • Preparation (Introduction)
  • Presentation
  • Association
  • Generalization
  • Application
  • Recapitulation
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MORRISON’S STEPS OF LESSON PLANNING:
  • Exploration
  • Presentation
  • Assimilation
  • Organization
  • Recitation
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RCEM APPROACH:
  • General Objectives
  • Specific Objectives
  • General teaching aids
  • Specific teaching aids
  • Previous knowledge assumed
  • Previous knowledge testing
  • Announcement of the topic
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  • Generalization
  • Recapitulation
  • Home Work
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BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:
  • Drucker (1954)
  • Bloom (1956)
  • Robert Mager (1962)
  • Robert Miller (1962)
  • NCERT (1972) (RCEM-Regional college of education, Mysore)

** Action verbs are used to write the instructional objectives.

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BEHAVIOURISTIC APPROACH:
  • General Objectives
  • Specific Behavioral Objectives
  • Previous knowledge assumed
  • Previous knowledge testing
  • Announcement of the aim
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Presentation
  • Wd
  • Recapitulation
  • Assignment
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CONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH:
  • Learning Outcome

a) Given

b) Time Period

  • Previous knowledge assumed
  • Set induction
  • Announcement of the aim
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Presentation
  • Wd
  • Recapitulation
  • Assignment