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Unlocking Imaginations: A Journey into Fairy Tales for Grade R - Lesson Plan

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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.

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Lesson Topic: "Introduction to Shapes" Grade Level: Grade R (5-6 years old) Objective: By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify and name basic shapes such as circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles. Lesson Plan: Materials: - Chart with different shapes - Cut-outs of different shapes - Art supplies (glue, scissors, colored papers) Procedure: 1. Introduction (10 minutes) - Start the lesson by showing students the chart with different shapes. - Name each shape and ask students to repeat after you. - Ask if they have seen these shapes around them, say, in their house or school. 2. Guided Practice (20 minutes) - Give each student the cut-outs of different shapes. - Go through each shape one by one holding it up and ask students to identify these. - Correct and reinforce their responses positively. - Use physical examples in the classroom for each shape. For instance, you could point towards the classroom window when explaining about rectangles. 3. Independent Practice (20 minutes) - Distribute art supplies to every student. - Ask them to choose one shape from the cut-outs and draw it on their colored paper - Let them cut out these shapes and paste them on another sheet of paper. 4. Review and Assessment (10 minutes) - Ask students to name and hold up the shapes they drew and cut out. - Review all shapes before concluding the lesson. - Praise students for their effort and participation in the class. Homework: Ask students to find three items at their home representing each shape and bring their list to class the next day. This lesson encourages students’ learning about shapes through visual and tactile experiences. The activities ensure students are engaged and interactive through the lesson, fostering a better understanding of the topic. NOTE: Always ensure that during the art activity, students are being safe with the use of scissors. Be available to assist.

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Feb. 5, 2024, 2:59 a.m.

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Published: Monday, February 5, 2024

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