NAME: Jeremiah Jademi
MAT NO: 2011/3/0007TE
DEPT: Educational Technology
QUESTION1. Methods of teaching science
2. Lesson plan in science
1. Collaborative Method: this method of teaching establishes a personal connection between students and the topic of study. It allows the students to actively participate in the learning process by talking with each other. It can also be known as team-Based Learning (TBS)
Advantages Collaborative Method
· It helps to foster mutual responsibility.
· It supports research as an effective technique
· Students learn to be patient, less critical and more compassionate.
Disadvantages Collaborative Method
· Students may find it hard to work this way
· The bright students might take control of the class
· Students might not want to share their own knowledge
2. Role-Play Method: this is an excellent technique for building the skills of students. It can be based on the previously scripted scenarios or a real case that may have been presented by the teacher. i.e the student tend to repeat what have been taught to them by the teacher in the class
Advantages Role-Play Method
· It provides opportunity for the students to assume role of others and appreciate another point of view
· It introduces problem situation dramatically
· Allows exploration of solutions
· It provides opportunity to practice skills
Disadvantages Role-Play Method
· Some students may be too self-conscious
· It is not appropriate for large class
· It can be time consuming to setup
Other Methods of teaching science includes;
ü Demonstration Method
ü Discovery or Heuristic Method
ü Project Method
ü Problem Solving Method
ü Question and Answering Method
ü Role-Play Method
ü Case-Study Method
ü Direct Teaching Method
ü Collaborative Method
ü Lecture Method
ü Group Discussion Method
QUESTION2: Lesson plan in science
OUTLINE OF LESSON
NAME OF TEACHER: JADEMI JEREMIAH
NAME OF SCHOOL: Jagunmolu Girls Senior Grammar School
TOPIC: Expansion of Solid
PERIOD: (1.40 -2.20 p.m)
BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to
1. Define expansion
2. Mention 2 advantages and disadvantages of expansion
3. Define matter, give states carryout an experiment showing the application of expansion in solids
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: the students are familiar with a blacksmith and also aware of what they do.
PRESENTATION: the teacher presents the lesson by the following step;
INTRODUCTION: the teacher introduces his lesson by asking questions to confirm the level of students’ knowledge of the previous lesson and he introduces his new topic
STEP I: the teacher defines expansion
STEP II: the teacher gives the advantages and disadvantages of expansion in solids
STEP III: the teacher gives the applications of solids
STEP IV: The teacher gives the cause of change
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: chalkboard and charts
Expansion occurs mostly in solids, liquids and gas. It requires temperature gained from a given system and its mainly referred to as a gain heat.
CLASS ACTIVITY: students and the teacher participated in class discussion.
The teacher asks question based on the topic being taught.
SUMMARY: the teacher summarizes the lesson by going through the main points of the lesson again
CONCLUSION: the teacher concludes the lesson and gives note of lesson to the students.
ASSIGNMENT: list and explain 2 advantages and disadvantages of expansion in solids.