The skill of writing instructional objectives is the first skill of micro-teaching. In this post, I will teach you how to write instructional objectives for science in your micro-teaching lesson plan. I will provide you a sample micro lesson plan of science for this first skill of micro-teaching. From this, you will be able to make a number of micro lesson plans on the skill of writing instructional objectives for any subject.
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Micro Lesson Plan on The Skill of Writing Instructional Objectives in Behavioural Terms for Science
If you are pursuing B.Ed. in any teachers training institution or B.Ed. college then you know the value of micro-teaching. Micro-teaching is practiced in every teacher training program. The first step for practicing micro-teaching is to make a lesson plan for the subject or topic you are going to teach. Here you will learn to make a proper micro-teaching lesson of Science for the skill of writing instructional objectives only.
The format of the micro lesson plan for the first skill of micro-teaching is very simple. But to make it properly you should have the proper knowledge of this skill. You should learn to categorize the content of your topic according to Knowledge, Understanding, Application, skill, and Perception.
The following sample micro lesson plan of science on writing instructional objectives will help you a better understanding. To have the depth of this skill you can refer to the post on this first skill of micro-teaching.
Sample Micro Lesson Plan of Science For The First Skill of Micro-Teaching
As I mentioned above that the format of this lesson plan is very simple. Here you don’t need to make a table for teacher’s activities, pupils’ activities, and the components of the skill. You just need to make a box and write the lesson plan inside it. Here we only write the topic that you are going to teach and categorize those topics according to Knowledge, Understanding, Application, Skill, and Perception.
Below I have given you the sample micro-teaching lesson plan of science on the skill of writing instructional objectives in behavioral terms.
Micro-Teaching Lesson Plan : Skill – 1
Plants – Examples of Plants around us; Definition of herbs, shrubs, and trees; Classification of plants; Parts of a plant; The root system and the shoot system; Diagram showing different types of a plant; demonstration of the root system; activity to study the different types of plant.
- The pupils will be able to recognize various plants which are present around us.
- The pupils will be able to name at least plants from each category.
- The pupils will be able to define herbs, shrubs, trees, root systems, and shoot systems.
- The students will be able to recall the basic parts of a plant that are seen in day-to-day life.
- The pupils will be able to identify the plants by category wise.
- The students will be able to identify different parts of a plant.
- The students will be able to find out the differences between plants of different kinds.
- The students will be able to demonstrate the root system and the shoot system of a plant.
- The pupils will be able to draw the labeled diagram of a plant.
- The pupils will be able to draw and labelled various parts of a plant which are present around us.
Appreciation: The pupils will be interest in collecting different kind of plants and study further about those plants