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Title: Literacy Lesson Plan: Exploring the Magic of Storytelling Grade: R (Reception/Kindergarten) Lesson Objectives: 1. Introduce the concept of storytelling and its importance. 2. Enhance listenin


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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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Lesson Plan: Subject: Mathematics Theme: Introduction to Numbers 1 to 5 1. Lesson Objectives (5 marks) - Understand the concept of counting - Familiarize with numbers 1 to 5 - Recognize numerical values visually and verbally 2. Introduction (5 marks) The lesson begins with engaging students in a group game where they must collect objects (such as blocks or teddy bears). They are asked to count how many items they have picked up. This hands-on activity will make learning more enjoyable and beneficial. 3. Content Knowledge (5 marks) The teacher will present numbers 1 to 5 using number flashcards, focusing on numerical recognition. The students will be educated on how to count from 1 to 5 both visually (number of objects) and verbally (number names). 4. Anticipated Learner Involvement (5 marks) Children are expected to participate in group discussion and hands-on activities. They will be counting items, identifying numbers, and chanting along from 1 to 5. The teacher will encourage students to ask questions or seek clarification whenever they need help. 5. Focused, Well-Thought-Out Questions (5 marks) The teacher will ask targeted questions such as: - Can you show me four blocks? - How many apples are there? - What is the number after 3? 6. Selection, Appropriateness and Value of Resources (5 marks) Resources to be used are number flashcards, counting blocks, fruits, and other relevant items. These resources are appropriate and bring significant value to the lesson as they engage children visually and physically, effectively teaching the concept of numbers. 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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