Lesson Plan on Fog for B.Ed. [Pedagogy of English]

Are you searching for a ready-made lesson plan for the pedagogy of the English subject? If so, then this post might be helpful to you. Here, in this post, you will get a sample lesson plan on the topic “Fog”. This lesson plan on Fog is specially made for B.Ed. pursuing students for their practical files and peer teaching.

Lesson Plan on Fog for B.Ed. [Pedagogy of English]

English Lesson Plan on FOG for B.Ed. Practical Files

During your B.Ed. practice teaching period you will need to make a lesson plan for every class. You will also need to prepare a bunch of lesson plans for your B.Ed. practical files. If your method paper is English, and you need a lesson plan for the pedagogy of English, this post will help you.

To minimize your hard work in preparing lesson plans for your B.Ed. practical files and peer teaching, I have given a ready-made lesson plan on Fog for teaching English. The topic of this lesson plan is taken from the class 10 English textbook, First Flight.

This lesson plan will also be helpful to understand how to properly make a lesson plan. The complete lesson plan on the topic Fog is given below. Before that, have a quick overview of the lesson plan for the English poem Fog of class 10.

The topic of the Lesson PlanFog (Poem)
SubjectEnglish
Class10
BookFirst Flight (NCERT English)

Class 10 English Chapter 9 (Poem) Lesson Plan – FOG

This lesson plan is made using the proper format. I have also uploaded more than 20 lesson plans for the pedagogy of English.

Identification of Data:

School:
Class: X
Average Age: 15+
No. of Students:
Time:
Subject: English
Topic: Fog
Textbook: First Flight
Teacher’s Name:
Date:

General Objectives:

General Objectives are given in the lesson previous lesson plan which topic is A Letter to God.

Special Objectives:

KNOWLEDGE:

  1. The students will be able to tell the name of the poet of the poem.
  2. The students will be able to tell the meaning of the difficult words from the poem.

UNDERSTANDING:

  1. The students will be able to discuss the main theme of the poem.
  2. The students will be able to summarise the poem.

APPLICATION:

  1. The students will be able to frame sentences by using the new words from the poem.
  2. Some of the students will be able to write similar poems using rhythm, verse, etc.

SKILL:

  1. The students will be able to recite the poem with proper stress and intonation.

Teaching Ads:

  • General Teaching Aids: Chalk, Duster, Blackboard, Pointer, etc.
  • Specific Teaching Aids: N/A

Introduction:

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Entering the class with a smiling face, the teacher will re-arrange the classroom if necessary. In order to introduce the day’s lesson, the teacher will ask the following questions –  
Do you like the winter season?
What do we see in the morning in the winter season?  
The students will welcome the teacher.      

The students will give answers.

Announcement of the Topic:

After getting the expected responses the teacher will announce the topic and write it down on the blackboard.

“FOG”

The teacher will ask the students to note down the topic.

Presentation:

StepsTeaching PointTeacher’s ActivitiesPupils’ ActivitiesLearning Outcomes
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1. About the poet of the poem.      

2. Model reading by the teacher.      

3. Loud reading by students.      

4. Summary of the poem.                

5. Meaning of new words:                  

6. Poetic form:
The teacher will discuss briefly the poet Carl Sandburg.      

The teacher will read the poem properly and will ask the students to read loudly.      

The teacher will ask some students to read the poem loudly and some to read silently. He will make corrections if required.    

The teacher will explain – “The poet has put in hardly 25 words. The first two lines of the poem just simply describe how fog comes in. He gives a worthful comparison between the fog and a kitten. Nobody can predict the arrival of the fog or a cat.  

The next four lines of the poem state that it just comes, sits at the harbor and looks at the city at silent haunches, and moves on.  

The teacher will give the meaning of some new words.
(a)Haunches – sitting with knees bent
(b)Harbour – a place on the coast where a ship takes shelter  

To evaluate the students learning the teacher will ask –
Q. What does the poet think the fog is like?
Q. How does the fog come?  

The teacher will discuss the poetic form used in the poem –
(a)Metaphor – A metaphor compares two things by transferring a feature of one thing to the other.
(b)Free Verse – Poetry that does not have an obvious rhythm or rhyme is called free verse.  
The students will listen attentively.      

The students will listen attentively.      

Some of the students will read loudly and some silently.          

The students will listen silently.        

The students will listen attentively.          
The students will note down the words.      

The students will give answers.          
The students will note it down in their notebooks.
Knowledge        

Skill (listening)        

Skill (Reading/listening)        

Understanding


Knowledge                      

Knowledge                    

Knowledge
Lesson Plan on "Fog" for B.Ed.
“Fog” – Lesson plan presentation
Class 10 English Chapter 9 Fog Lesson Plan

Conclusion:

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To conclude the day’s lesson the teacher will summarise the poem once again and will ask the following questions to evaluate –  
What are the two things that the poet compares In the poem?  

The teacher will say today we have discussed the poem “Fog” and will give the following questions as homework.   Homework:  
Q. What do you mean by ‘free verse’? Give examples.     – 4 Marks                         

After the students write, the teacher will clean the board and leave the classroom.  
The students listen carefully.     

The students will give answers            

The students will note down the homework.    

PDF – Class 10 English Poem Fog Lesson Plan for B.Ed. Peer Teaching

For a better view of the above lesson plan, I have uploaded the PDF of the lesson plan on Fog. So that you can understand it properly. This PDF has 5 pages in it.

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It is to be noted that, the format of the English lesson plan which topic is Fog, may or may not be exactly similar to the format used in your institutions. So, I suggest you make necessary changes wherever required. But the content and basic idea of making a lesson plan will be the same.

If you are pursuing B.Ed. in colleges affiliated with Dibrugarh University, this lesson plan will be perfect for you. However, this is just a sample lesson plan for the English poem Fog of class 10 for those who are facing difficulties in preparing by themselves.

I hope this lesson plan will help you to understand how to prepare a lesson plan and help you to prepare our lesson plan.

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