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FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA.

 

NAME:                                  LAWAL OLAYINKA.I

 

DEPARTMENT:                  EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

 

MATRIC NO:                       2011/3/0009TE

 

LEVEL:                                   500

 

COURSE CODE:                  EDU 312

 

QUESTIONS:                       1.      WHAT ARE THE METHODS OF    TEACHING SCIENCE.

2.     WRITE A LESSON PLAN TO TEACH A LESSON IN SCIENCE.

3.      LIST 10 LOCALLY SOURCED MATERIALS AND THEIR IMPORTED COUNTERPART.

The methods of teaching science education include the following:

1.     The demonstration method:  The most effective way to teach an occupational skill is to demonstrate it one of the two most essential teaching skills is the ability to demonstrate, the other is the ability explain. Both are vital to the success of either of operation lesson or information lesson.     

2.     Explanation method: Through Explaining, or lecturing, the process of teaching is then given through spoken explanations of the subject that is to be learned or taught. Lecturing is often accompanied by visual aids to help students visualize an object of the subject matter.

      3.  Problem Solving Method.

'4.    'Project Method.

 

5.     Field work: This technique is used in the study of all branches of science. It is not only confirmed to the sphere of biology. Filed work result from the need to illustrate natural development or technological application of certain topics death with the classroom. It is therefore particularly important in providing a link with the pupils to observe and technology. It involves journeys with the pupils to observed and investigate situations outside the laboratory. Many such expeditions might not go further than the school compound. Within the school itself the teacher may find. Illustrate examples for his pupils in the lighting circuits, the ventilation arrangement, the water supplies, and the fire fighting equipments, river, stream grass, different soil, flowers and vegetables. The teacher may organize visit to local industries.

 

6.     Practical experimentation.

Practical constitute an important part of the science curriculum. In fact it constitutes a paper on its own in the senior secondary certificate examination of each the science subjects. Practical in science can only be taught by the experimental technique i.e. by the students actually participating in the experiment. A student can only excel in the alternatives tio practical if he has experienced the practical.

 

7.     Lecture methods: A lecture is oral presentation information by the instructor. It is the methods of relaying factual information which include principles, concepts, ideas and all theoretical knowledge about a given topic. In a lecture the instructor tells, explains, described or relates whatever information the trainees are required to learn through listening and understanding. It is therefore teacher centered. The instructor is very active, doing all the talking.

 

 

 

 2. LESSON PLAN

PART A            

'NAME OF STUDENT TEACHER:        'LAWAL OLAYINKA I

MATRIC NO:  2011/3/0009TE

COOPERATING SCHOOL: FEDERAL SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE, YABA, LAGOS.

CLASS: JSS 2

SUBJECT: COMPUTER STUDIES.

TOPIC: MAIN MEMORY.

TIME OF LESSON: 9:40AM- 10:20AM

DURATION OF LESSON: 40 MINUTES

NUMBER OF PERIODS: 1

DATE: 13TH JANUARY, 2010.

AVERAGE AGE OF LEARNERS: 12 YEARS

T.P WEEK: ONE

 

 PART B

OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT:

'1.      'DEFINITION OF MAIN MEMORY.

'2.      'TYPES OF MAIN MEMORY

'3.      'DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY(RAM) AND READ ONLY MEMORY(ROM).

 

 

AIM/GENERAL OBJECTIVE:  TO TEACH THE STUDENTS, THE CONCEPT:

 

'1.      'MAIN MEMORY

'2.      'TYPES OF MAIN MEMORY

'3.      'DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RAM AND ROM.

 

 

SPECIFIC (BEHAVIOURAL): BY THE END OF THE LESSON, THE STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO:

'a.      'DEFINE MAIN MEMORY.

'b.      'LIST TWO TYPES OF MAIN MEMORY.

'c.       'DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN RAM AND ROM.

ENTRY BEHAVIOUR: THE STUDENTS KNOW THE NAMES OF THEIR BEST FRIENDS, BECAUSE THEY HAVE STORED IT IN THEIR BRAIN.

INSTRUCTIONAL (AUDIO-VISUAL)AIDS: COMPACT DISC (REAL OBJECT)           

PART C

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE

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INSTRUCTIONAL STAGE

INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

TEACHER'S TEACHER’S ACTIVITY

LEARNER'S LEARNER’S ACTIVITY

  MEDIA   

 

Introduction

 DEFINITION OF MAIN MEMORY

 The teacher defines main memory.

The students listen attentively.

Step 1                 

TYPES OF MAIN MEMORY      

The teacher lists and explains the types of main memory.

The students write it down.

COMPACT DISC is passed round the class for the students to view.

Step 2

Step 3.

Explanation.

Differences between ROM and RAM.

Guide students on how to identify the various uses of farm tools

Students identify the types of main memory.

Evaluation & summary

Conclusion

The teacher summaries the lesson by asking the students questions.

the students reply by answering the questions

ASSIGNMENTS        1.        List the differences between ROM and RAM.

                                      2.What is the full meaning of RAM and ROM. 

TEXTS AND REFERENCES: Essential computer studies by Adegbeyemi E.O

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE LOCAL MATERIALS

FEATHER AND INK POT                                                                            PEN

CANDLE                                                                                                      ELECTRIC BULB

SPATULA                                                                                                      SPOON

DUSTER                                                                                                         RAG

FILTER PAPER                                                                                             WHITE CLOTH     

PIPPETTE                                                                                                      STRAW

EMPTY MILK TIN                                                                                       CALORIMETER

STRAIGHT STICK                                                                                       RULER

TEST TUBE BRUSH                                                                                     TOOTH BRUSH

 

 

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