Criticism Lesson Plan for B.Ed

# Criticism Lesson Plan for B.Ed

Criticism Lesson Plans for B.Ed and school Teachers on Types of Quadrilateral for Class 5 to 8

## Criticism lesson plan

• Teacher / Pupil Teacher Name –
• Subject –  Math
• Topic – Quadrilateral and their types
• Duration of the Period – 40 to 60 minutes
• Class / grade  - 6 , 7 and 8
Note: The Mathematics Lesson Plan given below is just an example. You can change the Name, Class, Course, Date, Duration, etc. according to your needs.

Instructional objectives in behavioral terms –
1. Knowledge – The teacher/trainee teacher will be able to define the types of quadrilateral.
2. Understanding – The teacher/pupil-teacher will be able to clarify the types of quadrilateral.
3. Application – The teacher/trainee teacher will be able to construct various types of quadrilateral.
4. Skill – The students will be able to draw the diagram for solving the problem related to the concept.

teaching aids for criticism lesson plan
• General teaching aids – Chalk, Chalkboard duster and pointer
• Specific teaching aids – charts and models

Previous knowledge assumed – It is assumed by the teacher/pupil-teacher that students are familiar with quadrilateral.

Previous knowledge testing – In order to test the previous knowledge and criticism skill of the students, the teacher / pupil-teacher will ask the following questions.

 Teacher / pupil-teacher activity Student activity What is a quadrilateral? a quadrilateral is a polygon with four edges and four vertices or corners How many types of quadrilateral are there? No response

Announcement of the topic – Finding the students unable to answer the last question, the teacher / pupil-teacher will announce the topic by saying “Well students, today we shall discuss the types of the quadrilateral.

Presentation of Criticism Lesson Plan–

Recapitulation –
In order to recapitulate the students, teacher/pupil-teacher will ask the following questions

Match the following –
1. Right angle     -    Less than 90 degree
2. Acute angle     -    equal to 180 degree
3. Complete angle     -    90 degree
4. Straight angle     -    equal to 360 degree

Home Work and assignment –

Learn the angle and its types and write in your notebook with the figure.