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Lesson Plan, Grade R, Literacy, Mathematics, Life Skills in the style of Pablo Picasso

Grade R Lesson Plan: Exploring Numbers through Counting (Mathematics) Lesson Objectives: - Students will be able to recognize and count numbers from 1 to 10. - Students will demonstrate understanding

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Question: 3 (25) Design a lesson plan for Grade R about a topic of your choice, using the rubric below to guide your content. Make sure your topic is clearly conceptualised and that you use a short lesson plan template. Choose any of the subjects below and a theme of your choice: - Literacy - Mathematics - Life Skills Assessment rubric: Reading lesson plan PLANNING 5 4 3 2 1 0 TOTAL MARKS 1 Lesson objectives 5 3 Introduction 5 4 Content knowledge 5 5 Anticipated learner involvement 5 6 Focused, well- thought-out questions 5 7 Selection, appropriateness and value of resources 5 TOTAL 25

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Subject: Mathematics Theme: Introduction to Shapes Lesson Plan: 1. Lesson Objectives: - Introduce students to basic shapes: circle, square, triangle, and rectangle. - Help students identify these shapes in their everyday environment. - Develop students knowledge to distinguish between these shapes. (Total: 5 marks) 2. Introduction (5 marks): - Brief discussion about shapes, asking students what shapes they already know. - Show students examples of each basic shape and explain how they look like (using visual aids like flashcards). 3. Content Knowledge (5 marks): - Explanation and display of each shape using flashcards. - Talk about attributes of each shape (e.g., a square has four equal sides, a triangle has three sides). - Show examples of objects in the classroom that have these shapes. 4. Anticipated Learner Involvement (5 marks): - Interactive activities where students are asked to identify shapes within the classroom. - Participate in a hands-on activity where they get to draw and colorize the shapes. - A game of 'I spy' focusing on spotting different shapes. 5. Focused, well-thought-out questions (5 marks): - What shape is this? - How many sides/corners does this shape have? - Can you find an example of this shape in the room? 6. Selection, appropriateness and value of resources (5 marks): - Flashcards with different shapes for visual aid. - Drawing sheets and coloring tools to engage students in hands-on activities. - Classroom objects serving as real-life examples of shapes. TOTAL: 25 marks

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Feb. 5, 2024, 3:03 a.m.

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Published: Monday, February 5, 2024

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