English Poem Lesson Plan

English Poem Lesson Plan

English Poem Lesson Plan for B.Ed and School Teachers On The Road Not Taken Poem For Class 9 Free Download PDF

English Poem Lesson Plan for B.Ed and Teachers For Class 9 On The Road Not Taken Poem

English Poem Lesson Plan

English Poem Lesson Plan: As you know, lesson plans are detailed descriptions of the course of instructions or “learning trajectories” for teachers. Lesson plans are developed on a daily basis by teachers to guide class learning. Details may vary depending on the preference of the teachers, the subject being covered, and the needs of the students.

Here we present some more English Poem lesson plan for teachers and B.Ed/B.El.Ed and DELED students. These lesson plans are beneficial for all the English Subject teachers and B.Ed/D.El.Ed aspirants from several universities like JAMIA, MDU, CRSU, DU, IGNOU, IPU, etc.

You can browse these English Poem Lesson Plan For B.Ed and can also download the PDFs from the links given below.

We have provided a mega teaching English Poem lesson plan format, which will help you in understanding the pattern of the lesson plans and also the content, headings you need to add to your lesson plans.

Below is the format of English Poem Lesson Plan-

Pupils Teacher Name –     

Class – 9th

Subject – English    

Period – 5th

Sub Subject – Poem  

Time duration – 40-45 minutes

Topic – The Road Not Taken    

Date- 

School Name – 


CONTENT ANALYSIS

Symbolic Expression

After the recognition of touching spots in the poem, students will be made aware of beautiful symbolic expressions:

  • One should make their life decision swiftly and with confidence.
  • It is impossible to say whether taking the other road would have been better or worse.
  • Two roads that represent two or more choices in our life


Aesthetic Appreciation

  1. Significant words: Diverged, undergrowth, fair, claim, grassy, wanted wear
  2. Metaphor: “Road”, “Yellow  wood”
  3. Repetition: ‘Ages’ is repeated. ‘Two roads diverged in a wood’-this sentence is repeated in stanzas1 and 4
  4. Rhyming words
  • Wood      could
  • Both       growth
  • Fair         there
  • Claim     same
  • Rhyming scheme: Abaab
  • Alliteration: Wanted wear ‘w’ sound is repeating


GENERAL OBJECTIVES

  • To enable the students to speak and write correct English.
  • To inculcate a good attitude towards English among students.
  • For developing the linguistic ability among students and use in their own language or synonyms.
  • To create interest among students to learn new vocabulary.


SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES


Knowledge objectives

  • The students will be able to recall the thoughts given in the poem.
  • The students will be able to recognize the rhyming words.           


Understanding objectives

  • The students will be able to understand the meaning of words according to the poem.
  • The students will be able to understand the use of rhyming words in the poem.
  • Also, The students will be able to understand the thematic content of the poem.


Application objectives

  • The students will be able to apply difficult words in day-to-day life situations.
  • The students will be able to make their own sentences using the difficult words of the poem.


Skill

  • The students will be able to develop various linguistic, speaking, reading, and writing.


TEACHING METHOD

  1. Lecture Method
  2. Discussion Method


TEACHING AIDS

  • General aid: Textbook, chalk, duster, pointer, blackboard/chalkboard
  • Specific aid: Chart, flashcard, roller board.


PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE ASSUMED

Students have some knowledge about this topic.

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE TESTING

PUPILS TEACHER ACTIVITY

STUDENT ACTIVITY

1 – Have you read any poems?

Yes ma’am

2 – Which type of poem do you like most?

We like that type of poem which has a rhyme scheme and rhyming words.

3- Have you searched for any poem in your English textbook, which has a rhyme scheme?

Yes ma’am. There are many poems in our book.


4- Do you know there is a poem on “The Road” in your English textbook?

Yes ma’am it seems very interesting.

5- Have you read that poem?  

No response


ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE TOPIC

Well, students today we will study the poem, “The Road Not Taken”.


PRESENTATION

Teaching Points Pupil-Teacher Activity Pupil Activity BlackBoard Work/ Teaching Aids
The gist of the poem given by the pupil-teacher the pupil-teacher gives the gist of the poem in brief.

Recitation of the poem by the pupil-teacher the pupil-teacher gives the first recitation. Pupil-Teacher displays charts and creates an atmosphere for the poem with proper stress, rhythm, and intonation.

The students will listen carefully and attentively
Second recitation by the pupil-teacher Pupil-teacher gives a second recitation of the poem with proper stress, rhythm, and intonation.

Listen carefully.
Recitation of the poem by the students. The pupil-teacher asks the student to recite poems with proper stress, rhythm, and intonation.

Recite the Poem
Meaning of Difficult Words Pupil Teacher gives of Difficult Words

Word      -  Meaning
Diverged- To Deviate
Wood      - Forest
Undergrowth - Bushes
Just As Fair - Attractive

Listen Carefully and Write Down Word      -  Meaning
Diverged- To Deviate
Wood      - Forest
Undergrowth - Bushes
Just As Fair - Attractive
Rhyming Words Pupil-Teacher Gives the Rhyming Words

wood   could
both     growth
fair       there
claim    same

write down in a notebook Rhyming Words


wood   could
both     growth
fair       there
claim    same
Explanation of Poem Pupil-teacher explains the poem with the help of simple English

Listen Carefully
Comprehension of the Poem Pupil-Teacher asks the following Questions:


1. Where did the two roads diverge?

2. Which road was "grassy and wanted wear"?

3. Why was the road grassy and wanted wear.

Students Reply 1. Where did the two roads diverge?

2. Which road was "grassy and wanted wear"?

3. Why was the road grassy and wanted wear.


GENERALISATION

Well students, today we have studied the poem “The Road Not Taken”, its word meaning, rhyme scheme, vocabulary, rhyming words.

RECAPITULATION

The pupil-teacher evaluates the students by asking some questions:

  1. What is the meaning of the word ‘Diverge’?
  2. What is the rhyming word of fair?
  3. Tell about the rhyming scheme in the first stanza of the poem?
  4. State right (✔) or wrong (✘)
    1. The man had chosen the easiest way (    )
    2. The difficult way was of spiritualism (    )
    3. The poet did not want to choose the second road (   )


HOMEWORK

  1. Write the summary of the poem “The Road Not Taken”.
  2. Write a paragraph about the lesson you have learned from this poem.

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