Lesson Plan : THE BODY PARTS

Teacher Name:
 JUDITH BEJARANO JARVIO
Grade:
 Grade 2
Subject:
 Science

Topic:
 THE BODY PARTS
Content:
 New Words: Eye, ear, mouth, nose, eye brow, hair, face, neck, shoulders arms, hand, fingers, thumb,chest, stomach, hip, legs, knees, foot, toes
Goals:
  Students will be taught a variety of vocabulary, including parts of the body
Objectives:
 Objectives: Students will be able to * Reply when greeted by the teacher. * Respond to classroom commands. * Identify parts of the body. * Identify and demonstrate an understanding the new vocabulary of the body parts.
Materials:
 Materials: 1.-handout of the body parts 2.-Copies of the body parts 3.-Labels of body parts (head , eyes, nose, mouth, ears, etc} 4.-Cd music song " head , shoulders, knees and toes "
Introduction:
 After sufficient review and repetition drill, I will introduce the body parts using visuals aids. using the body parts handout and commands I will be done.
Development:
 With the handout, I will show a word . Students will say the word and point to that part their bodies. If they are right, they will touch the word beside that body part. I will guide students with this activity.
Practice:
 If time permits, go over song, "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes" using the new words learned.
Accommodations:
 Using a worksheet with a word bank, students will label the body parts names
Checking For Understanding:
 Ask questions about objectives to check comprehension.
Closure:
  CLOSURE - Ask students to say in their own words what they have learned while pointing out the objectives on the board.
Evaluation:
 I am going to call the students in pairs at a time and ask them to orally say and touch the body parts names .
Teacher Reflections:
 I am going to monitor and Practice more with students who are having difficulty in learning process and I will making a list of students who need reteaching.

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