Lesson Plan # 1
Title: Electric Current
Class: V
Subject: Science
Practitioner: Electrician Facilitator: Irfan Elahi Valeem
Objectives

Methodology

Time

Material

Assessment
 
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
1. Name various electrical components.
2. Recognize bulb, wire, battery, switch and circuit.
3. Arrange the given electrical components with respect to the circuit.
Construct a simple electrical circuit.
Define electrical current.

Warmup:
The practitioner will show one by one bulb, wire, battery and switch to the students and will ask them to name it.
The students will respond to the practitioner’s question.
Development:
The practitioner will demonstrate the making of a simple electrical circuit.
The facilitator will ask the students to name the electrical components and draw similar shape on their note book along with its name.
The practitioner will proceed with electrical components and construct a simple electrical circuit.
The facilitator will further assist students an asked to follow this stepbystep process. When wire, bulb, switch and battery are connected correctly, they make a pathway for electric current. The pathway that electricity follows is called a circuit. The facilitator will assist the students in the handson activity.
In the end, the facilitator will ask the students to name and, later, recognize electrical components.
Conclusion:
The facilitator shell wrapup the lesson by reinforcing the concepts of electrical currents and logical sequence of making electrical circuit.

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Bulb,
Wire,
Battery,
and
Switch

By the end of the lesson the students will be assessed on their ability to:
Name the electrical components.
Recognize different electrical components.
Construct a simple electrical circuit.
Define electrical current and circuit.
 
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Lesson Plan # 2
Title: Conductors and Insulators of electricity
Class: V
Subject: Science
Practitioner: Electrician Facilitator: Irfan Elahi Valeem
Objectives

Methodology

Time

Material

Assessment
 
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
Name various conductors and insulators of electricity.
Recognize different materials as conductors and insulators of electricity.

Warmup:
The practitioner will show one by one bulb, wire, battery and switch to the students and will ask them to name it.
The students will respond to the practitioner’s question.
Development:
The practitioner will demonstrate the making of a simple electrical circuit.
The facilitator will ask the students to identify the materials that conduct electricity and those who do not conduct electricity. Write their names on their note book.
The practitioner will proceed with electrical components and construct a simple electrical circuit.
The facilitator will further assist students an asked to follow this stepbystep process. Most metals are good conductors of electric current because electricity flows through them easily. Metals such as copper, silver aluminum are good conductors. But paper, wood and plastic are poor conductors. When something does not let electricity flow easily, it is called an insulator. The facilitator will assist the students in the handson activity.
In the end, the facilitator will ask the students to name conductors and insulators of electricity.
Conclusion:
The facilitator shell wrapup the lesson by reinforcing the concepts of electrical currents and logical sequence of making electrical circuit.

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Bulb,
Wire (in different materials such as copper, silver and aluminum),
Paper,
Wood,
Plastic,
Battery,
and
Switch

By the end of the lesson the students will be assessed on their ability to:
Name various conductors and insulators of electricity.
Recognize different materials as conductors and insulators of electricity.
 
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Lesson Plan # 3
Title: Geometry
Class: IV
Subject: Mathematics
Practitioner: Mason Facilitator: Irfan Elahi Valeem
Objectives

Methodology

Time

Material

Assessment
 
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
Know names of various geometrical shapes like square, rectangle, cuboids and rhombus.
Identify different shapes like square, rectangle, cuboids and rhombus.
Arrange the given list of names with their respective shapes

Warmup:
The practitioner will show brick (cuboids shape) and Trowel (rectangular shape) to the students and will ask them to name its shape.
The students will respond to the practitioner’s question.
Development:
The practitioner will demonstrate the brick layering in a step by step manner.
The facilitator will ask the students to name the shape of the brick and draw similar shape on their note book along with its name.
The practitioner will proceed with brick layering procedure until all three tools used in brick layering are introduced. The students will be asked to follow this stepbystep process.
The facilitator will assist the students in the handson activity.
In the end, the facilitator will ask the students to name and, later, recognize geometrical shapes. The facilitator will further assist students in writing/drawing the steps of brick layering a logical sequence.
Conclusion:
The facilitator will wrapup the lesson by reinforcing the concepts of geometrical shapes and logical sequence.

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Brick
Trowel
Trowel Floats
(Wood and Magnesium)
Plumb

By the end of the lesson the students will be assessed on their ability to:
name the geometrical shapes
recognize different shapes
arrange the given list of names with respect to the shapes
 
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Lesson Plan # 4
Title: Area and Volume
Class: IV
Subject: Mathematics
Practitioner: Mason Facilitator: Irfan Elahi Valeem
Objectives

Methodology

Time

Material

Assessment
 
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
Define the formula of area of square and rectangular shapes.
Define the formula of volume of cuboids.
Calculate area and volume of rectangle and cuboids.
Differentiate between area and volume.

Warmup:
The practitioner will show brick to the students and will ask them to name its shape.
The students will respond to the practitioner’s question.
Development:
The practitioner will demonstrate the brick layering in a step by step manner.
The facilitator will ask the students to draw and name the shape of the brick on their note book. The facilitator will ask the students to measure the length, breath and height of the brick. The facilitator will explain
The practitioner will proceed with brick layering procedure until all three tools used in brick layering are introduced. The students will be asked to follow this stepbystep process.
The facilitator will assist the students in the handson activity.
In the end, the facilitator will ask the students to find area of rectangle and volume of cuboids. The facilitator will assist students in their work.
Conclusion:
The facilitator will wrapup the lesson by reinforcing the concepts of geometrical shapes and logical sequence.

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Brick
Trowel
Trowel Floats
(Wood and Magnesium)
Plumb

By the end of the lesson the students will be assessed on their ability to:
Write the formula of area of square and rectangular shapes.
Write the formula of volume of cuboids.
Calculate area of rectangle and volume of cuboids.
 
Students Evaluation:

Teacher’s Evaluation:
 