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Lesson Plan Format for High School and Secondary Schools in Papua New Guinea

Updated on August 21, 2013

What Is a Lesson Plan?

A teacher prepares a daily lesson plan for each lesson every teaching day. A lesson plan is a teacher's detailed description of the course of instruction for one class. Details of each lesson plan will vary depending on how the teacher wishes to present the lesson to the class but generally the lesson plan depends on the preference of the teacher, subject being covered, and the need and/or curiosity of the students. You will generally notice that all lesson plan come in a format that has the header details, the introductory part, the body, the concluding part and the footer details (evaluation). Each of this sections, introduction, body and conclusion, will have a timeframe allocated to them. Below is a lesson plan sample for high schools and/or secondary schools in Papua New Guinea.

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Lesson Plan Sample


Office of School Liaison

Name: Adams Pilol
Date: 21/08/2013
Time: 9:40am
School: Karkar Community College
Grade: 12
Class: A
Subject: Expressive Arts
Strand: Music
Sub-strand: Rhythmic Music

Lesson Outcome: By the end of this lesson, students can be able to demonstrate and differentiate the different sound lengths and their respective symbols

10 mins
Play a glossary game where eight students are called to the front. Four will have the terms Whole note, Half note, Quarter note, Eight notes pasted on their forehead and the other four with the definition pasted on their forehead are asked to find their correct definition pair.
Teacher asks the students with definition to search for their correct word partner or vice versa. After the pairs are correctly standing together, then the teacher can explain and Introduce the topic of the day by writing it on the chalk board.
Other students to move around and help their colleagues locate their correct pairs only if the selected students don’t find their correct partners after a minute.
Cut-out pieces of A4 paper. Sticky tape,
25 mins
Students to work in four equally distributed groups
Teacher explains the different note lengths and gives the example Explain to the students what they are expected to do each group are expected to compose a four bar rhythmic pattern using the different note lengths in 4/4 timing.
Students try to complete the group activity and prepare for the presentation. After completion of their activity they can nominate a leader to do a presentation on their behalf.
5 mins
Summary • Whole note-four beats long • Half note-two beats long • Quarter note-one beat long • Eighth note-half a beat long. A whole note is sometimes called a semibreve. A half note is sometimes called a minim. A quarter note is sometimes called a quaver. An eighth note is sometimes called a semi-quaver.
Ask the students to do their presentation. Get feedback from other groups. Recap on the lesson and summarize.
Student to do their presentation. Students can clap or tap their rhythmic composition while the teacher keeps a constant rhythm. Other students can ask questions or comment on the rhythmic composition.

Self Evaluation/Comments: ______________________________________________________



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