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LESSON PLAN NO-1

A. IDENTIFICATION DATA

Name of the School..

Number of students.......

Average age of students... 

Duration

Period..

Date.....

Subject- English Poetry

Topic-The Scholar

Text Book-Learners' English

Author- T.C. Baruah/Swapan

Dowerah

Name of the teacher: 

Roll No...

B. General Objectives

  • To enable the pupils to understand, to speak, to read and to write correct English.
  • To create and develop a sense of refinement, delicacy, literary taste and imagination.

C. Teaching Aids- A text book and other usual classroom apparatus.

D. Introduction

S T E P

Assumed Previous Knowledge


Teacher's Activities

Pupils' Activities

INTRODUCTION

Pupils know the meaning of the word scholar.

Entering the classroom with a smiling face, the teacher will arrange the class first
and then asks the following questions to the pupils in order to test their previous
knowledge


1. Whom do you call a scholar?

2. Name some of the scholars of India.



Students will be attentive and try to

answer the questions given by the teacher. Expected Answers


1. A learned man or an
educated person.


2. R.N. Tagore, M.K. Gandhi, Subhash Bose etc.

Announcement of the Topic

Satisfied with the answers, the teacher will say that today we shall discuss about the
poem The Scholar and it will be written on the blackboard.


Students write down the topic in their copies.

E. Presentation

Step

Teaching Points

Specific Objectives


Teacher's Activities

Pupils' Activities

Expected Learning Outcome.

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About
the poet

To enable the the pupils to appriciate the ideas and feelings of the poet..

The teacher will hang a  picture of Robert Southey in the classroom and tell the  pupils a few lines about the poet.

Pupils will observe the picture minutely and listen to the teacher's words attentively

Interest

Model Reading


To enable

the pupils to read the

poem with proper

rhyme and

rhythm


The teacher will read the poem aloud with proper accent and pronunciation so as to create a charm and appeal among the pupils.

Pupils listen very carefully.

Knowledge

Loud Reading

To inculcate reading habit among the pupils


Then the teacher will select one or two pupils to read the topic loudly.


The remaining pupils will listen attentively.

Under standing

Silent Reading

To enable the pupils to read in the soundless environment


Then the teacher will ask the pupils to read the topic silently.


Pupils will follow the teacher's in struction.

Knowledge

Words and their meanings


To enable the pupils to acquire

knowledge about words and their meanings


The teacher will write the difficult words on the blackboard and will explain with demonstration the spelling and pronunciation of these words--


behold-see

casual-careless

cast-thrown

weal and woe- good and

bad fortune


Pupils take down in their respective copies and try to imitate the teacher

Understanding

Analysis of the poem

To make the pupil understand the poem in a vey simple way


Now, the teacher will analyse the poem in the following way- 

Stanza-I- The scholar says that he passes his days by studying the great works of the past writes. He has a good number of books,written by the wise men of the past. These great books are always around him. Whenever he looks at 
these books, he gets amplevidence of the greatness of the minds of those ancient writers. Even a casual reading of those books gives him the idea that the authors of those books were persons of lofty ideas and ideals.The scholar looks upon these writers. as his faithful friends.Reading their books are just like talking to them.

The teacher asks---


1. How did the scholar pass his
days?
2. What does Dead stand for?

3. Who were the never-failing friends of the scholar?


Expected

Answers----




1. The scholar passed his days among the works of the Dead

writers.


2. Great works of the great authors of the past ages.



3. The books written by the dead scholars of the
past.

Understanding

F. Closure

STEP

Teacher's Activity

Pupil's Activity

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To sum up the day's lesson, the teaching points will be briefly enumerated and then the teacher will test the pupils with the following questions orally----

1. What inspiration does the poet receive from the books written in the past and what hope do they arouse
in him?

2. Why does the poet call the dead scholars his never U failing friends?

The teacher gives the following question as home work of the students---


Q. Write down the summary of the poem- The

Scholar


Students will be able to answer the questions.

Students write down the question in their copies.