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  • Lesson Plan 1 Learners : Age - 6- 8 years Proficiency : Stage 2Number of Students: 9 Gender : 5 Girls & 4 Boys Lesson Time : Weekend - Sunday Time : 10.00- 12.00 with 15 Min breakLesson Outcome : at the end of the lesson learners will be able to : Speak about celebrations in India and Australia

    Write about celebrations and various festivals in India and Australia Draft the map of India and Australia and tag the states & capitals

    Topic

    Celebrations and Festivals of IndiaLanguage /Vocabulary

    Identify the words ,meaning and spelling Synonyms - Antonyms [e.g: Large Country- Small Country etc] Singular- Plural [e.g: City-Cities etc] Improve vocabulary [e.g: Population, Ethnic, Landscape etc) Adjectives [e.g: Beautiful, peaceful etc]

    Introduction

    Read a paragraph about India and Australia Show them a Map of India and Australia marked with States and CapitalsDevelopment

    Ask students to describe about festivals in their native country? Have you celebrated any festival in your native Country? How many times? What did you most like and dislike about that experience? Let them describe in their own words both in writing and oral Let them draft the map of India Motivate them to name the cities and places they have been and know Let them to take it home as a poster Let them make Cross word puzzle as Groups of three using the words which

    they used in the topic Let them sing a song about Diwali

    Conclusion

    Students are confident to speak and write about their own Country Resources

    Description of India and Australia with Map Information about their Homeland India Power Point on India Facts National Song of India Hum Honge Kamyab ..

    Evaluation

    Did they enjoy the session? Do they understand how to describe their Native Country? Are they able speak, write and discuss about festivals in their Country further? Did they make handcrafts/books/ pictures /posters out of the lesson/class to

    show it to their parents/siblings? Reflection Ask students what they like to learn for next lesson?

    Ask them to come up with new topics which are about their favourite? Give a brief description about the activities going to do at next lesson

  • Lesson Plan 2 Learners : Age - 6- 8 years Proficiency : Stage 2Number of Students: 11 Gender : 4 Girls & 7 Boys Lesson Time : Weekend - Sunday Time : 10.00- 12.00 with 15 Min breakLesson Outcome : at the end of the lesson learners will be able to : Speak about their family

    Write about their family Draw their Family Tree

    Topic

    My Family Language /Vocabulary

    Identify the words ,meaning and spelling Pronouns [ eg : I, we ,he ,she , it, they etc] Masculine-Feminine [ eg : Son/ Daughter ] Singular- Plural [ eg : Daughter / Daughters ]

    Introduction

    Read a paragraph about a typical family Show them a Family Tree of that Family Development

    Ask students to describe about their families How many members in your family? How many siblings you have? Who are they? Their names, ages etc. What do they do? Let them describe in their own words both in writing and oral Let them draw their Family Tree Motivate them to insert photos of their family members Let them to take it home as a poster Let students to group as two and write about their peers family Students need to replace the pronouns

    [His Family replaces- My Family / He has replaces - I have ] Conclusion

    Students are confident in discussing about their own FamilyResources

    Description of a Typical family, their Picture and Family Tree Power Point on Deepaks Family and Relationships Evaluation

    Did they enjoy the session? Do they understand how to describe their own and Family? Are they able to draw and extend their Family tree further? Did they make handcrafts/books/ pictures /posters out of the lesson/class to

    show it to their parents/siblings? Reflection Ask students what they like to learn for next lesson?

    Ask them to come up with new topics which are about their favourite? Give a brief description about the activities going to do at next lesson

  • Lesson Plan 3 Learners : Age - 6- 8 years Proficiency : Stage 2Number of Students: 11 Gender : 4 Girls & 7 Boys Lesson Time : Weekend - Sunday Time : 10.00- 12.00 with 15 Min breakLesson Outcome : at the end of the lesson learners will be able to : To become familiar with the story of Rama and Sita

    To respond to the story of Rama and Sita Draw the Family Tree of Rama and Sita

    Topic Diwali (Hindu Festival) The Story of Rama & Sita Language /Vocabulary

    Students will re-cap basic vocabulary (Nouns, verbs, and adjectives used when making Diyas) Students will learn about cultural importance and basic knowledge of culture Students will learn about verbs, nouns, and adjectives used when making the puppets and connect vocabulary with knowledge of culture

    Introduction

    Read a paragraph about the Family of Rama and Sita Show them a Family Tree of Rama and Sitas Family Development

    Teacher greets students saying Namaste Begin by reviewing the work that has been done during the previous weeks. Inform the children that during the celebration of Diwali, Hindus also remember the

    story of Rama and Sita. Have the children ever heard of this story before? Share with children the story of Rama and Sita. Ask what their (students) favorite festivals are Show power point/video/photograph clipping about The Story of Rama & Sita make a list of famous fairy tale goodies and baddies read other stories in which good triumphs over evil talk about how different parts of the story are remembered through the celebration of

    Diwali look at images of the different characters within the story Students will learn how to make puppets Teacher will instruct the students how to make the Puppets step-by-step. Show a

    video Teacher will recap the story of Rama & Sita Students will role play the Story of Rama

    and Sita using the Puppets. Conclusion Students are confident in discussing about their own FamilyResources E-Big Book Power Point on Deepaks Deewali and Unit on Diwali Evaluation

    Did they enjoy the session? Do they understand how to describe/talk/write about their favourite character Students must be able to retell the oral procedure of making a puppet using the basic

    vocabulary learned Did they make handcrafts/books/ pictures /posters out of the lesson/class to show it to

    their parents/siblings? Reflection Ask students what they like to learn for next lesson?

    Ask them to come up with new topics which are about their favourite? Give a brief description about the activities going to do at next lesson

  • A Unit of Work for Stage 2 Its Great to Celebrate

    Hindu Celebration

    Settingthescene

    DisplayaworldmapandidentifyIndiaandAustralia

    ShowLakshmi(thegoddessofwealthNametheobjectssheholds&explaintheirsignificanceandsymbolism

    Showavarietyoflightsourcese.g.candle,tealight,lamp,torch,etc.

    ReviewDiwalicelebrations&whyLakshmifeaturesinthefestivalandhowsheisworshipped.TheimportanceofGanesh,Kali

    DiwaliSongDiwaleeayeeDiwalihascome

    Talkingandlistening

    WhatdoyouthinkGodlookslike?DiscussthequalitiesofGodandwhatGodmeanstochildren

    Discussthinkingverbse.g.IthinkthatWebelievethatandopinionadjectivese.g.wrong,unfair,better

    Discusswhylightsourcesareuseful.Whatdifferencedoesacandleflamemakeinadarkroom?Howdoyoufeelinthedark?

    Discussthekindsoffoodweeatonspecialdays;andwhatkindoffoodswouldIndianpeopleeatonDiwaliHowDiwaliiscelebratedindifferentpartsofIndia.HowitiscelebratedinAustralia.

    Diyas(lamps)

    Modeledreading

    ReadorviewclipofRamaandSitastoryEBook,Powerpoint

    RereadRamaandSitastory(providingownopinionsaboutcharactersbyusingthinkingverbs)

    Watchdiwaliclipthenorderaprocedure

    Examinearecipeforsheera,kheerorpooriealloo

    DiwaliCollage

    Readingactivities

    SequencethestoryofRamaandSitaincomicstripformthenadddialogue

    Thinkingverbsandopinionadjectives(worksheet)

    CompleteclozepassageaboutDiwali(worksheet)

    CompleteaVenndiagramaboutcelebrationfoodsItisimportantforstudentstounderstandthetraditionsoftheirownfamiliesandthoseofotherfamilies

    RangoliPatterns(usekidpixortocreatesymmetricaldecorationsontheplaygroundusechalk)

    Guidedreading refertoindividualclassprogramGuidedwriting

    ModelapersonalresponsetoacharacterintheRamaandSitastory

    Modelaprocedureaboutmakingpuppetsofthesecharacters

    Mehndihanddesign(drawingtrace&decorate)

    Independentwriting

    Journalwriting

    Writeaboutacharacteryoulikeordontlike,andexplainwhyyoufeelthatway

    Writeaprocedureaboutmakingadiyawithairtightclay

    Sentencestarter:Whenitisdark/lightIfeel.Because.

    (sculptureusingtextas,rubberglovesandplaster)

    Concludingthesession

    Sharejournalwritingwithapartner

    Exploresymmetrytocreaterangolipatterns

    Makeadiya(decoratewithsequinsandpaint)

    DiscusshowpeopleprepareforandcelebrateDiwaliandhowitmakesthemfeel.Addinformationtoretrievelchart.

    WriteandcolourDiwaliusingHindilanguage

    Teacherreading http://www.breazshare.net/resources/integratedcurriculum/viewbytopic/celebrationsandfestivals

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/religion/hinduism/diwali_activities.shtml

    Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Activities

  • Festivals - Matching Activity A copy of the following photos and descriptions will be cut, separated and jumbled. Each student pair will then need to read through the text, and using their knowledge gained from the introductory discussion and prese