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1 (LESSON PLAN -2) 10TH CLASS SUB: ENGLISH (PROSE) NELSON MANDELA A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM TIME: MIN.
2 GENERAL OBJECTIVESTo develop different Language Skills of students i.e. Listening, Speaking , Reading and Writing.To develop Communicative SkillsTo develop Social aspects of studentsTo remove inhibition of students by inspiring them to communicate in English
3 Specific objectives Learning by doing To improve vocabulary through audio visual aidsKnowledge of fundamentals of languageTo develop comprehensive and composition skillsThe knowledge of figure of speech i.e. irony, metaphor, simile and personification
4 P K TESTING What is the national anthem of india ? What do you think Apartheid is ?What kind of government is framed in India ?Can you define the term “Discrimination”?What is the national anthem of india ?What do you think Apartheid is ?What kind of government is framed in India ?Can you define the term “Discrimination”?Who fought against discrimination in South Africa ?Who fought against discrimination in South Africa ?
5 ROBBEN ISLAND PRISON MUSEUM: NELSON MANDELA GATEWAY
7 INTRODUCTION TO THE TOPIC / SUMMARY In the inauguration ceremony a troop of South African jets ,helicopters roared in perfect formation over the Union Buildings . Afterwards Nelson Mandela spoke to the gathering about the sufferings of common man in South Africa and that how the policy of Apartheid created a deep and lasting wound in their country. He talked about the courage and struggle of comrades that every time he has seen men & women risk and give their lives for an idea .“I was not born with a hunger to be free . I was born free __ free in every way that I could know . It was only when I began to learn that my boyhood freedom was an illusion. ““It was this desire for the freedom of my people to live their lives with dignity and self-respect that animated my life . I am not truly free if I am taking away some one else’s freedom, just as surely I am not free when my freedom is taken from me . The oppressor and oppressed alike are robbed their humanity “.
9 GROUP ACTIVITIES The students ‘l l be divided in to four groups :-- Group “ A” will search all the new words within the particular paragraph with the help of dictionary and will use those words in their own sentences .2. the same group will find at least one synonym and one antonym for the same words .
10 Group :”B”Group “B” will treat the passage as comprehension and will make thequestions based on that paragraph.
11 Group “c”Group “C” will pick out the nouns and and frame verbs of themWrite five nouns and make verbs from them e.g.Rebellion rebelConstitution constitute
12 Group “D” Group “D” will make a discussion on:- Freedom Poverty DeprivationDiscriminationAfter discussion write down some lines on each pointAfter discussion write down some lines on each point
13 Student’s ResponseThe leaders of all group will provide their list and the same will be displayed on the black board by the teacher , explained and the whole class will pronounce subsequently.Student’s Response
14 Some class rooms of different parts of the world
15 Some class rooms of different parts of the world
16 Some class rooms of different parts of the world
17 Some class rooms of different parts of the world
18 Home Assignment A. Write down some homophones in your note book e.g. 1. The bandage was wound around the wound .2 .I saw a saw with a saw in a saw .B. Collect some pictures of freedom fighters from different countries and paste them in your scrap bookC. Write some poetry related to Indian freedom fighters .D. what do you understand by the term “Apartheid “?E. What does courage mean to Mandela?F. Which do you think is natural ,to love or to hate ?
19 Time Management PKT : 04 Min. Photograph : 02 Min. Content— Introduction/Summary : Min.Group Activities : Min.Students Response : Min.Home Assignments : Min.Total Time : Min.