Economics Lesson Plans For B.Ed: As you know, lesson plans are detailed descriptions of the course of instructions or “learning trajectories” for teachers. Lesson plans are developed on a daily basis by teachers to guide class learning.
Details may vary depending on the preference of the teachers, the subject being covered, and the needs of the students.
Here we present some more lesson plans for teachers and B.Ed/B.El.Ed students. These lesson plans are beneficial for all the teachers and B.Ed/D.El.Ed aspirants from several universities like JAMIA, MDU, CRSU, DU, IGNOU, IPU, etc.
NOTE : Links to all the Economics Lesson Plans are given below.
How to make a Lesson plans
A Lesson plan is a day to day, step by step approach to learning. It sets forth the proposal programmer or the instructional activities for each lesson.
Experienced teachers may make it briefly as an outline of the teacher’s activities. A semi-detailed plan is made by new teachers and it includes all activities and teachers’ questions.
A trainee teacher should make a detailed plan, in which all activities, teacher’s questions, and student’s expected answers are written down.
A lesson plan consists of the following components
- General objectives: The overall knowledge obtains by the child is useful in real-life teaching.
- Specific objectives: It includes three sub-objectives
These sub-objectives are as follows-
a) Knowledge objectives: Student will be able to get knowledge about the specific topic.
b) Understanding objective: Student will be able to understand the concept of the specific topic.
c) Application objectives: Student will be able to apply the attain knowledge in day to day life.
Preparatory activities: – These are
Drill: Activity enabling students to automate response to pre-requisite skills of the new lesson.
Review: Activity that will refresh or renew previously taught material.
Introduction: An activity that will set the purpose of the day’s lesson.
Motivation: – All activities that arouse the interest of the learners (both intrinsic and extrinsic
Presentation of the lesson:
The teacher uses different activities as a vehicle to translate the knowledge, values, and skills into learning that could be applied in their lives outside the school.
Discussion/ Analysis: The teacher asks a series of effective or cognitive questions about the lesson presented.
Abstraction/ Generalization: Organising the significant information takes place. The complete summarization of the information takes place before the actual presentation.
Closer /Application: This relates the lesson to other situations in forms of dramatization, simulation and play, storytelling, oral reading, construction/ drawing, written composition, singing or reciting a poem, a test, or solving problems.
It is a method or way of checking or evaluating the objectives met by the previous lessons. Questioning, summarizing, comparing, presenting the previous learning, assigning work, administering a short quiz, etc. come under this.
Teachers prepare this activity outside the school or at home. Students bring the material needed in the classroom.
These activities should help attain the lesson’s objective. It should be interesting and differentiated (with provision for remedial, reinforcement, and enrichment activities.
You can browse these Economics Lesson Plans For B.Ed and can also download the PDFs from the links given below.
We have uploaded all the Economics Lesson Plans For B.Ed, like Discussion lesson plans, Micro lesson plans, Mega lesson plans, School practice lesson plans, etc.
Micro Lesson Plan 1 (Economics)-
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