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Lesson Plan

Mariam Yousif

Professional Development Plan

Diversity in choosing activities that suit the children and that encourage them to learn more

1. Choose and describe an aspect from a teaching competency that you need to work on (Goal)
Teach students the sound of the letter (k), how to write it and give them an opportunity to learn
new vocabulary that start with the letter (k).

2. Describe what you will do to help achieve your goal (Strategies Used)
I will use with the students a repetition strategy, for example, I will say the letter (k), the sound of it
several times to students repeat after me and give them an opportunity to write the letter.

3. Describe how you can tell if you’re achieving your goal (Evidence)
Taking pictures and notes.

Grade Level: Subject: Learning Outcome (ADEC code and words):

- Recognizing the sound of the letter (k).
KG1 English
- Learn how to write the (K, k).

- Know new vocabulary words which start with

the letter (k).

Resources (what materials/equipment will you and Preparation (what do you need to make or check before
the students use? Be specific) class?)

- Laptop - Checking the internet connection with the

laptop and projector.
- Smart board
- Prepare the lesson materials.
- Projector

- Worksheet
Key vocabulary
- Pencil
- Key
- Flashcards
- Koala
- Marker
- Kangaroo
- PowerPoint

- Ball

Introduction (warmer activity + teacher introduction/demonstration of small group activities)

I will begin the lesson in the circle area by telling students the classroom rules and let them warm
up by throwing a dice that written on it a movements names and ask them to do the movement.
Then, I will do a review with them by asking them question (what the last letter we took that
Time: 10 min

comes after the letter J?). Afterward, I will introduce the lesson by telling a story about letter (k)
which is about a family who went to the zoo, the father called Khalid the mother is Khawla and

the sun is Khalifa and the daughter is Kati, and they saw a Koala and Kangaroo.

Active Engagement (group working with the teacher)

- I will play with students a game which is about the hidden picture that start with letter
(K). Firstly, I will show them letter (K), then a part of the picture, if they did not know
the picture I will show them the other half till they know the word.
The hidden pictures is (Kite- Koala-King)

Independent Experience (high-level activity 1)

- Students will find the pictures that start with letter (K), and they will make letter K by

Independent Experience (medium-level activity 2)

- Students will have a worksheet that has 5 different pictures and they have to colour
Time: 20 min

the picture that start with the letter (K).

Independent Experience (low-level activity 3)


- Students will make a circle on the letter (K), and colour the king picture.

In the closing activity, I will throw a ball to students and who catch the ball, will gave me a word that start
Time: 15 min

with letter (K).



- Observe students during the activities and ask them questions with taking notes based on their

Hot questions:

- Give me words that start with the letter (k)?

- What is the difference between uppercase and lowercase letter (k)?

- Who is in the classroom her/his name start with the letter (k)?

Lesson Reflection
Lesson Language development – the Mariam Alnuaimi
unit/pag letter (k).
MST Ms. Apple School Far eastern private school

Class KG1 A Date 11-3-2018

Overall aim and context of the lesson

For clarification, the lesson plan was the supportive approach for me in achieving my learning
outcomes in this lesson by allow the students to:

- Recognizing the sound of the letter (k).

- Learn how to write the (K, k).

- Know new vocabulary words which start with the letter (k).

SWC Lesson Reflection (Completed after EVERY lesson taught)

Select (S):
Identify a lesson and what standards are you addressing:
I taught students a language development lesson which is about a letter (k), in this guided lesson
students will be introduced to the letter (k), taught the sound of it and words start with this letter.
This lesson has been prepared according to student’s levels in the learning settings by giving them
differentiated activities, for example:
- Find the pictures that start with letter (K), and they will make letter K by pictures.
- Color the pictures that start with the letter (K).
- Draw a circle on the letter (K), and color the king picture.

Describe (D):
Who is the lesson for? Where did the lesson take place?
This lesson was targeted for KG1 who are from 4 to 5 years old, the lesson has taken place in the
classroom and I introduced it by allowing the students to sit in the circle area, then I separated them into
the three groups to have the independent experience activities and when they finished the activities I
asked them to come in the circle area to conclude the lesson with an enthusiastic activity.

What were you trying to achieve in your lesson? What did the students do?
In this lesson I tried to achieve and teach students how to right the lowercase and uppercase letter (K, k),
what the sound of it and what the words that start with this letter through providing them an engaging
and challenging activities in order to suits their levels, challenge their abilities, make them think above
and be concentrated on them instead of being bored with a simple, easy activity.

According to that, students were involved in the lesson and the activities because during the activities
when they were coloring the king picture, they were saying that (k for king and we love king), so from
this excitement it shows that students understand the concept of the lesson.

Analyze (A):
Why do you think the students responded the way that they did? How well did your teaching relate to
the students’ prior understanding? How well did you engage the students?
Looking at students responses, I can see that students motivated well and I attracted their attention in
the introduction when I told them a story about family and the members of the family their names start
with the letter (k). So, from that excitement they were doing the other part of the activities very well
with focusing on them to do it correctly.

I did an activity that was related to students prior understanding in the conclusion by throwing a ball to
students and who catch the ball, will gave me a word that start with letter (K).

Appraise (A):
Explain the nature of the experience from the students’ perspective.
This lesson was very active and students enjoyed the activities because all the students were active,
participating and excited to inform me that where they can see these words that start with the letter (k)
such as, king, kangaroo.

Did your lesson meet your teaching goals?

As I noticed that, the letter (k) lesson was effective because at the end of the lesson I achieved my
learning outcomes and students developed some of their skills and abilities in learning centers while they
were applying the activities. For instance:
- Find the pictures that start with letter (K), and they will make letter K by pictures.
- Color the pictures that start with the letter (K).

- Draw a circle on the letter (K), and color the king picture.

So, I can say that most of the students have met my objectives.

Transform (T):
How might you enhance student learning of this lesson in the future?
In the future, I might change the way of introducing the activities to the students by making it more

What are the implications for your professional practice?

As I noticed that, during this lesson I had an opportunity to develop my strategies in managing student’s
behavior by using with them a reward system technique.