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SCHEME OF WORK AND LESSON PLAN || PLANNING AND PREPARATION FOR TEACHING


  • Teachers should prepare thoroughly before teaching begins
  • Preparation can be done daily, weekly, monthly or annually
  • Good teaching is a results of good planning

This unit deal with four sub-units namely:

  1. Scheme of work
  2. Lesson plan
  3. Lesson notes
  4. Subject logbook

In these sub-units we will look at their concept, components, characteristics and how to prepare them.

  • Good teaching is a results of good planning
  • Teachers should prepare thoroughly before teaching begins
  • Preparation can be done daily, weekly, monthly or annually

Scheme of work

Scheme of work is a long term plan which

is prepared by the teacher for a week, month or a term in order to facilitate the process of teaching and learning.

  • Some teachers wrongly claim that they are knowledgeable, skillful and experienced enough to continue teaching without any scheme of work.

  • Such teachers end up doing work haphazardly or in trial and error manner and they finally fail and embarrass both learners and the school authority.
  • You are strongly advised to prepare your subject scheme of work always before the school term starts

CHARACTERISTICS OF SCHEME OF WORK

  • It derived from the syllabus
  • It shows a logical sequence of topics and sub-topics to be taught at a specific tim
  • The scheme of work has different components divided into two parts,namely introductory part and matrix part

COMPONENTS OF SCHEME OF WORK

The components of scheme of work are

divided into two parts:

  1. Introductory part
  2. Matrix part

The introductory part

This part contain the following:

  1. Ministry: This part show the ministry of Ed.
  2. Year: This part show the year in which the scheme of work will be implemented
  3. Name of school: Show where the teacher is working
  4. Name of the teacher: show the teacher who planned and who is going to use the scheme of work.
  5. Term: Show the term in which the scheme of work will be implemented.
  6. Subject: Show the name of specific subject.
  7. Class: Show the name of the specific class.

The matrix part

This part contain 13 components:

  1. Competence
  2. Specific objectives
  3. Month
  4. Week
  5. Main topic
  6. Sub topic
  7. Period
  8. Teaching activities
  9. Learning activities
  10. Teaching/learning materials
  11. Reference book
  12. Assessment
  13. Remarks

Description of matrix components.

Competence: Is a statement which specifies the ability that is expected to be exhibited by learners after they have gone through the topic(s) for a given class.

  • It derived from the syllabus.
  • One competence can be build by a combination of subtopics and specific objectives.

Objectives: These are statements which specify the behavior to be showed by the learners. these statements are derived from the topic in the syllabus.

Month: Is a column that indicate the month in which the topic will be taught.

Week: Is a column that indicates the week in which topic or subtopic will be taught.

Main topic: This column indicates the topics which will be taught in that particular month.

Sub topic: This specifies the area/ subtopic of the topic to be covered.

Periods: A column that indicates number of periods budgeted for a particular topic or subtopic.

Teaching activities: A column that indicates a list of operational activities which will carried out by the teacher in the process of teaching a particular topic or subtopic.

Learning activities: A column that indicates activities which the learner will perform in the process of learning a particular topic or subtopic.

Teaching/learning resources or materials:

A column that indicates a list of teaching aids that will be used to facilitate teaching and learning a particular topic or sub topic.

References: A column which indicates a list of textbooks, supplementary books or any other resources that will be used in teaching and learning a particular topic/subtopic.

Assessment: A column which indicates the kind of assessment that students will be subjected to. This will ensure that assessment of learners as well as process of

teaching and even the materials used are assessed so as to allow for improvement in future.

Remarks: A column used by the teacher to fill his/her comments about how far the topic/specific objectives have been achieved as well as appropriateness of materials and process.

SIGNIFICANCE OF SHEME OF WORK

  • Helps to plan for future teaching.
  • Remind teachers on the covered topics.
  • It helps teachers to teach content within a given period of time.
  • It helps the teacher to regulate speed of teaching.
  • It enables the teacher to teach systematically.
  • It help the teacher to prepare lesson plan

  • It is useful during handing over of teachers.
  • It helps the teacher to be confident when planning for teaching.

EXAMPLE OF SCHEME OF WORK

LESSON PLAN

A lesson plan is a teacher's detailed description of the course of instruction, or

'learning trajectory' for a lesson.

  • Lesson plan is a summary of all the important steps in the development of a lesson.
  • Through the lesson plan you may see clearly what the teacher and learner will be doing at every stage of lesson development

Lesson plan has three main parts namely;

  1. introduction, 
  2. lesson development and
  3. culmination.

INTRODUCTION PART

This comprises of name of the subject, matrix(date, class, period, time and number of students),competence, main and specific objectives, main topic, subtopic, T/L materials and references

Competence. A statement which specifies the performance that should be attained in particular lesson. One competence can be achieved by different lessons.

Main/general objective. A statement which states behavior to be exhibited by the pupils at the end of the topic/sub-topic.

Main topic. The concept/topic through which the specified competence will be attained.

Sub Topic. The content/topic through which the specified competence will be attained

within the period. 

Specific Objective. A statement which states a specific behavior to be shown by the student within the lesson.

Teaching/Learning resources/materials. A list of T/L materials that will be used in T/L of the particular lesson.

References. A list of publications which will be used to prepare a particular lesson.

LESSON DEVELOPMENT/STAGES

Lesson development mainly describes the

process of teaching and learning.

This part comprises of the following;

  1. Introduction
  2. New knowledge
  3. Reinforcement/application
  4. Reflection
  5. Consolidation/conclusion

Stage1. Introduction

  • find out on what students already know
  • Stimulate students interest in the lesson
  • arouse an inquisitive mind in students.

Stage 2: New knowledge

  • introduce knew knowledge
  • check if students are following the discussion/activities
  • Clarify any misconceptions that may develop as the lesson proceeds
  • encourage students to contribute to the knowledge being presented

Stage 3: Reinforcement/Application

  • Link the present knowledge to real world situation
  • Discuss the rationally of the knowledge

Stage 4: Reflection

  • Get the feelings/opinions of students and the teacher on: the knowledge presented, strategies/techniques used to present the knowledge, teaching aids used

Stage 5: Consolidation

  • Summarizes the lesson presented.
  • Find out whether any misconception still exist after the presentation of knew knowledge and harmonize
  • Give assignment/activity which will promote learning.

Features of a good lesson plan

  • Lesson plan must specify clearly the teaching and learning activities.
  • Lesson plan must show how each of the planned specific objectives will be realized.
  • Lesson plan must give room for maximum learner involvement through activities.

Importance of lesson plan

  • Lesson plan helps to manage time
  • It helps teacher to be confident during teaching and learning process.
  • Lesson plan enables the teacher to manage the class.
  • It helps to teach systematically.
  • The lesson plan provides the basis for future plan.
  • Helps the teacher to plan lesson which cater for different students.

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HOW TO PASS EXAM - PREPARATION


7 Quick Tips for Successful Exam Preparation


1. Practice on old exams


One of the most effective ways to prepare for exams is to practice with an old version of previous exams. Also, an old test will help you see the format and formulation of the questions and it will be good for you to know what to expect but also as a worthy practice for measuring the time you need for the actual test.


2. Explain your answers to others


With the help of your family and friends, you could excel on your exam. Explain them your reasoning for why you have answered a certain question in a certain way.


3. Organize study groups with friends


Study groups can help you get the answers you need and finish tasks faster. Just make sure the group is focused on the subject and they are not easily distracted.


4. Take regular breaks


Regular breaks are needed for the brain to regain its focus. It is not the best tactic to study long hours because long-term retention of knowledge is almost impossible. The most important part of studying is to develop a routine that fits your study style.  


5. Snacking on healthy food is good for the brain


You should not eat unhealthy food while you are studying. Keep your body and brain fit by choosing natural, fresh and vitamins rich food that is good for you and would improve your concentration and memory.


6. Plan the day of your exams


Check all the rules and requirements for the exam. Plan your route and the time it may take you to reach your destination – then add on some extra time. You do not want to arrive late and deal with even more anxiety.


7. Drink plenty of water


While studying for exams and even during an exam, it is advisable to drink water. Remaining hydrated is vital and adds to your overall positive mood.

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