CLASS: Nursery 1
TERM: 2nd Term
AGE: 4 years
DURATION: 40 minutes
TOPIC: Three blind mice
CONTENT: Poems and Rhymes
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: AT the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES: Explanation, demonstration, identification, examples, questions and answers
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Collection of poems and rhymes book, picture of a mice, spinning and weaving wheels
The teacher introduces the topic with the I love you, you love me song;
She explains that a mice is a rat while weaving/spinning is when we weave yarns together to form a fabric
The pupils pay attention and participate
The teacher explains the rhymes and shows them a picture of a mice, spinning and weaving wheel
She also explains the wordings one after the other
The teacher recites the rhyme as many times as possible and asks the pupils to do same.
Six little mice sat down to spin,
Pussy passed by and she peeped in.
"What are you doing, my little men?"
"Weaving coats for gentlemen."
"Shall I come in and cut off your threads?"
"No, no, mistress pussy, you'd bite off our heads."
"Oh, no, I'll not; I'll help you to spin."
"That may be so,
But you don't come in!"
EVALUATION: 1. Six little mice sat down to ________
CLASS-WORK: 1. As in evaluation
2. Recite Six little mice
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