Session - 3 Planning Year Plan Class: X Total Periods: 220 TLP Periods: 180 Subject: English Expected outcomes at the end of the year including Discourses targeted: . . . Month-wise action plan: Unit no. Theme of the unit No. of TLM Month Program periods Resources mes/ required activities Teachers reflections: HMs suggestions/ review (month-wise): Unit Cum Period Plan Class: X Subject: English Unit: No. of periods required: Reading: Reading: Reading: Expected outcomes: . . . . Period Content/ activity/ Strategy No. discourse Resources/ TLM required I. Period wise interactive questions and notes: II. Teacher’s Reflections and children performance (Period-wise): Perio Content/ activity/ d No. discourse 01 02 Strategy Face sheet (Page 2) Picture interaction Oral Discourse debate on Whole Class Activity Whole Class Interaction, “Disability is an obstacle to success” Teacher’s feedback Individual, Group Activity Resources/ TLM required Textbook, Blackboard Textbook, Blackboard Charts Period No. 03 Content/ activity/ discourse A-Reading Segment 1: Picture Interaction (Page3) Strategy Whole Class Activity Individual, Group work. Reading ‘Imagine having aloud: Teacher no and students arms….English premier league’ Resources/ TLM required Textbook, Glossary Chart, Dictionary Period No. 04 05 Content/ activity/ discourse Discourse: News report about Nick Vujicic playing golf. DiscourseEditing- News Report Strategy Whole Class Interaction, Resources/ TLM required Textbook, Notebooks and Charts Individual, Group Activity Presentations: Charts Group works, Teacher’s version Interaction for negotiation II. Period wise interactive questions and notes Period 1: 1. What do you know about the people in the pictures? 2. What is the common quality you observe in all of them? 3. What qualities have made these persons great? 4. Do they inspire you? How? 5. What qualities do you think a person requires to become successful? Teacher’s Reflections and children performance (Period-wise): Period 1: Teacher’s Reflections: . . Children Performances: Let us see the detailed periods: Bridging the Gap Activities for Bridging the Gap Objectives: 1. To create English environment by overcoming the inhibitions among the children. 2. To encourage the children to express their ideas freely. 3. To achieve minimum academic standards and use the textbook effectively. 4. To develop classroom interaction based on pictures. 5. To develop basic discourses such as description, conversation and story. 12 Bridging the Gap - Process Process • Producing a description based on picture. Strategy: Whole class, group and individual. • Same process will be followed to produce conversation and story. • Separate pictures are needed for the whole class, group and individual work. • Group products are to be edited for refinement.