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Micro Lesson plan – Life Science

A micro lesson plan focuses on brief subjects and incorporates a specific topic for learners to absorb quickly, without taking up too much time. The micro lesson plan is based on five skills these are Skill of probing Questions, Skill of Reinforcement, Skill of Stimulus Variation, Skill of Illustration example, and Skill of Explaining. Today we are going to learn about the different skills of micro lesson plan with examples of Life Science topics

Micro Lesson plan

1. Skill of Probing Question

Name of Teacher: XX
Roll no: 00
Number of students: 10
Class: IX
The average age of the students: is 14+ years
Subject: Life Science
Lesson whole: Natural Resources
Lesson Unit: Water: A wonder liquid
Duration: 6-10 Minutes
Date: DD/MM/YYYY

Objectives: To master the skill of probing questioning

Motivation: In order to motivate the students the following question will be asked

QuestionsExpected Answer
1. What do we see in the sky during the rainy season?Clouds
2. What is the role of clouds?To modulate earth
3. What is the important source of rain?Water

Announcement: So class, today we are going to learn about “Water: A wonder liquid” (Topic will be written on the blackboard and underlined)

Presentation

Teacher’s ActivityStudent’s ActivityTeacher’s responseComponent’s used
1. What is the essential component of life? (‘Raju’)
Alright! what are the major sources of water
Food, Water, Cloths
River, Lakes, rain
correct
Good
Seeking further information
2. What is water pollution? (‘Jecky)
Redirects the question to (Jecky)
(Ravi,) can you repeat the answer?
No response
Water is said to be polluted when there are any physical, chemical, or biological changes in its quality, that make water unsuitable for use
Water is said to be polluted when there are any physical, chemical, or biological changes in its quality, that make water unsuitable for use
Can you help him? (Jecky)

Good
Redirection techniques
3. what is the cause of water pollution? (Jhony)
What is the use of water in your day-to-day life?
Now, can you tell the cause of water pollution
Silence
Cleaning, bathing, washing cloths
Yes sir, the major cause of water pollution is –
1. Detergent use in clothes washing
2. River, ponds, and Lakes used for bathing
Correct
Very good
Prompting techniques
4. What are the major sources of Ground & Surface water? (Rahul)The major source of ground and surface water is rainfall & SnowGoodRe-Focusing techniques
5. How can you contribute to reducing water pollution? (Sweeta)There are various ways we can contribute to reducing water pollution are-
1. Proper management of household sewage
2. Avoid bathing and washing in ponds, rivers, lakes
GoodIncreasing critical Awareness

Conclusion; Well class, Today we have learned about “Water-A wonder Liquid”. We will learn more about it in the next class

2. Skill of Reinforcement

Name of Teacher: XX
Roll no: 00
Number of students: 10
Class: IX
The average age of the students: 14+ years
Subject: Life Science
Lesson whole: Why do we fail
Lesson Unit: Transmission of diseas
Duration: 6-10 Minutes
Date: DD/MM/YYYY

Objectives: To master the various components of the skill of reinforcement

Motivation: In order to motivate the students the following question will be asked

QuestionsExpected Answer
1. Why the college and school are closed?Due to Corona Virus
2. How does a person get infected by others?Transmission of disease
3. What is the full form of COVID?Corona Virus Disease

Announcement: So class, today we are going to learn about “Transmission of disease” (Topic will be written on the blackboard and underlined)

Presentation

Teacher’s ActivityStudent’s ActivityTeacher’s responseComponent’s used
1. Name the two diseases transmitted through the air. (priya)Diseases transmitted through the air: common cold, tuberculosisGoodPositive verbal reinforcement and extra verbal cues
2. Name the two diseases spread through water. (Rahul)Cholera, JaundiceMoving toward the students and nodding the headPositive verbal reinforcement
3. Name one disease spread through sexual contact. (Ravi)Very goodPositive verbal reinforcement
4. What is the causative agent of malaria? (Karan)Plasmodiumyes, write on the blackboardpositive verbal reinforcement and writing pupil’s answer
5 Name a disease transmitted by the bite of an animal (Jishan)RabiesRight. Rabies in humans is caused by the bite of a rabid animal like a dogRepeating and rephrasing
6. Name the disease spread by mosquitos.(Jhony)MalariayesExtra verbal cues

Conclusion; Well class, Today we have learned about “Transmission of disease”. We will learn more about it in the next class

3. Skill of Stimulus Variation

Name of Teacher: XX
Roll no: 00
Number of students: 10
Class: IX
The average age of the students: is 14+ years
Subject: Life Science
Lesson whole: Natural Resources
Lesson Unit: Air Pollution
Duration: 6-10 Minutes
Date: DD/MM/YYYY

Objectives: To master the skill of Stimulus Variation

Motivation: In order to motivate the students the following question will be asked

QuestionsExpected Answer
1. What do we breathe to live?Gas
2. What do automobiles produce?Smog
3. What does firewood produce when you burn it?Smog, charcoal

Announcement: So class, today we are going to learn about “Air pollution” (the Topic will be written on the blackboard and underlined)

Presentation

Teacher’s ActivityStudent’s ActivityTeacher’s responseComponent’s used
1. What do you understand about Air Pollution? (Class)It is an undesirable change in our surroundings that harms human life and other living beingsInteract with the classTeacher-group interaction
2. What are the major sources of air pollution? (Rohit)Industrial waste and automobile exhaustInteraction with pupilTeacher-pupil interaction
3. Class, listen carefully, some of the important air pollutants are: Carbon-dioxide (co2), and oxides of nitrogen and sulfur smogThe class listen carefullyThe teacher moves toward the blackboard and writes downVerbal focusing and movement
4. The major source of carbon mono oxide is automobilesAutomobilesPauses, Automobiles…using diesel… and petrolPausing and change of speech pattern
5. How are oxides of nitrogen and sulfur are produced? (Payal)It is produced by burning fossil fuels like coal and petroleum in powerhouses and automobilesInteract with pupilsTeacher-pupil Interaction

Conclusion: Well class, Today we have learned about “Air Pollution”. We will learn more about it in the next class

4. Skill of Illustration with example

Name of Teacher: XX
Roll no: 00
Number of students: 10
Class: IX
The average age of the students: is 14+ years
Subject: Life Science
Lesson whole: why do we fall ill?
Lesson Unit: Infectious Disease
Duration: 6-10 Minutes
Date: DD/MM/YYYY

Objectives: To master the skill of Illustrating with examples

Motivation: In order to motivate the students the following question will be asked

QuestionsExpected Answer
1. Have you seen anyone who suffered from chicken pox?Yes
2. What does the doctor generally advise chicken pox patients to do?Not to contact others
3. Why is that person having chicken pox not allowed contact with other people?Because it is a communicable disease, it can transmit from one person to another

Announcement: So class, today we are going to learn about “Infectious disease” (the Topic will be written on the blackboard and underlined)

Presentation

Teacher’s ActivityStudent’s ActivityTeacher’s responseComponent’s used
1. Give one example of a micro-organism that causes infectious diseaseVirusGoodFormulating simple examples
2. Class listen carefully, Infectious diseases are caused by a variety of microbial agents, such as viruses, bacteria, and protozoans
Look at the chart class, here we see the different types of micro-organisms which cause infectious disease
Students listen carefully

Students look at the chart
Teachers explain with the help of a chartUsing appropriate media examples
3. Class, protozoans, and Plasmodium vivax causes malaria in human beings
Look at the chart class, this is the picture of plasmodium vivax which cause malaria
Students listen carefully

Students look at the chart
The teacher explains with an example by using the chartFormulating examples relevant to the concept
4. Infectious disease can spread from an infected person to a healthy one by different meansStudents listen attentively and look at the chatThe teacher displays the chart showing the common ways of transmission of disease and explains from thereFormulating the interesting examples
5. What are common cold, smallpox, and chicken pox diseases termed as?
Common cold, smallpox, and chicken pox are termed as infectious diseases because they can spread from an infected person to a healthy person
The disease can spread from one person to another person through different modes of transmission
Give some more examples of infectious diseases.
-Infectious disease
-Students listen carefully
-students listen attentively
-Tuberculosis, Malaria, cholera
The teacher explains with examplesGiving examples using the Inducto-Deduct approach

Conclusion: Well class, Today we have learned about “Infectious Disease”. We will learn more about it in the next class

5. Skill of Explaining

Name of Teacher: XX
Roll no: 00
Number of students: 10
Class: X
The average age of the students: is 14+ years
Subject: Life Science
Lesson whole: Life Process
Lesson Unit: Nutrition
Duration: 6-10 Minutes
Date: DD/MM/YYYY

Objectives: To master the skill of explaining

Motivation: In order to motivate the students the following question will be asked

QuestionsExpected Answer
1. What do we see around us?Plants, buildings, people
2. Is plant living things?yes
3. How do plants make their food?The process of photosynthesis
4. What are the components required for photosynthesis?Sunlight, CO2

Announcement: So class, all the living things required food to survive, like human beings plants also required food for survival. So class, today we are going to learn about “Nutrition”

Presentation

Teacher’s ActivityStudent’s ActivityTeacher’s responseComponent’s used
1. All living organisms need materials from outside in order to grow and develop. They also need the energy to maintain a state of order in their bodies. Food is the substance from which the organism get all the nutrientsStudents listen attentivelyThe teacher introduces the topicsBegining statement
2. Nutrition is a process by which organisms procure food for obtaining energy and body-building materials
There are two modes of nutrition
(i) Autotrophic: The organism which prepares their own food is called autotrophic nutrition
(ii) Heterotrophic: The organism which derives energy, organic substance which prepared by autotrophs
Class listen attentively and note down the important pointsThe teacher explains the topicsExplaining Links
3. Let us summarize the main points again. All living organisms need nutrition for their growth and development. There are two modes of nutrition they are autotrophs and heterotrophs. Autotrophs prepare their own food and heterotrophs derive energy which prepared by autotrophsClass listen attentivelyThe teacher summarizes the main pointsConcluding statement
4. Teacher asks the following questions-
(i) What are autotrophs?
(ii) Give two examples of autotrophic nutrition
(iii) Give two examples of heterotrophic Nutrition
-The organism which prepared their own food
-Green Plants, Algae
-Human, Tapeworm
Good
Correct
Very good
Question to test pupil’s understanding

Conclusion: Well class, Today we have learned about “Nutrition”. We will learn more about it in the next class

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