LCE/Thematic Lesson Planning
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As a group, we have decided to produce lecture notes on the understanding of thematic and integrated learning approaches for student teachers.
Teaching and learning materials related to the sub-theme that can be used to help the learners achieve the specified objectives; e.g. models, pictures, charts etc.
INTRODUCTION OF THE LESSON
We start from known to unknown i.e. should be through reference to the prior knowledge of the children. It can be a story, a song that should be related to the sub-theme.
Both the facilitator and the learners discuss concepts as outlined in the sub-theme objectives.
This involves discussion and activities that will help learners achieve the numeracy objectives.
Discussion and activities that will achieve the literacy objectives. This involves reading and writing activities.
SONG & PSYCHOMOTOR ACTIVITIES
Moshanyana Senkatana a pholosa sechaba ka ho bolaea kholumolumo. Learners are told or read a story related to the sub-theme.
Evaluate the three lesson objectives. For example: Were the lesson objectives achieved? If so, how?
Summarise the whole lesson.