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Inductive learning will be applied. Students will be encouraged to ask questions regarding the shapes and forms discussed.
The teacher will use a powerpoint presentation to show students different shapes and forms. A computer and projector will therefore be used. The teacher will also hand out to students paper cards containing the drawing of various shapesand forms. The students will be asked to draw on paper and model various shapes using water and clay. Other materials to be used include: pencil ruler, eraser, drawing paper, clay, and water.
At the beginning of the lesson, the teaher will display pictures of European artworks and artists and ask the students to identify their names. Group discussion will be applied, with each group consisting of 4 to five members.
The teacher will perform a powerpoint presentation before applying other methods of teaching. The student activity will mainly involve students working in groups of four or five members discussing the history and characteristis ofEuropean art. Inductive learning will be applied. Students will be encouraged to ask questions regarding any aspect ofEuropean art.
The teacher will use a powerpoint presentation to show students pictures of European art and artists. A computer and projector will therefore be used. Websites will aslo be visited to obtain more pictures and information regardign the topic. The teacher will also hand out pictures to students related to the
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Considering the nature of each of the themes, the use of the animals as peg for the introduction of concepts is creative and interesting. This factor will figure prominently in the following critiques, which will be provided according to the commonly recognized criterion for assessment.
This paper is on reviews of three Social Studies Lesson plans with respect to their strengths and possible ways of improving the lesson plans. The lesson plans in social studies provide a great framework for providing practical instructions as well as lesson planning activities for improved students’ learning (Welton, 2005).
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is not true, so that a multiplicative inverse for 0 can never be found. Since division by a number is
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