Bed Lesson plan on democracy and it’s principles| Class-6

Bed Lesson plan on democracy and it’s principles

Class six, Subject: social science (part-1)

There are few steps of making lesson plan of class six, subject social science. These steps are giving below step by step. If you are looking for lesson plan of social studies you are on the right place.

A. Identification of data:   

Bed Lesson plan on democracy and it’s principles for Class-6

In this steps you have to give details information of the school and the teacher-trainee.

A. Identification of data:

Name of the school: write your school name here

Class: six

Number of students: 40

Class duration: 45 minutes

Subject: social science

Lesson: Democracy and its Principles.

Textbook: Social science {part-1}

Name of the teacher: Mr.x

Roll No: 00  Date: ..

B. General Objectives:

General objectives are the overall goal that a teacher focus to develop in students throughout the whole year by teaching the subject social science.

 

C. List of teaching aids:




Teaching aids are the material that a teacher use during the classroom teaching like chalk, duster, pictures etc. These teaching aids are two types. general and specific teaching aids. see the list below-

a) General teaching aids: chalk, duster, blackboard, pointer, and textbook.

b) specific teaching aids:  For teaching the topic Democracy and it’s Principles the teacher could use the following specific teaching aids.-

  • A picture showing the people casting their vote.
  • A Picture of the parliament.
  • The teacher also can show a model of the Indian constitution.
D. Introduction:
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Testing previous knowledge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Announcement of days topic.

The teacher will enter into the classroom with a smiling face and will greet the students then he will arrange the classroom properly. And hw will ask some questions to the students to test their previous knowledge.

Questions

1. What is the name of our country?

2. What is the duty of Indian citizens during elections.?

3. In what type of government people are giving the right of vote.?

 

After satisfying with the answers the teacher will announce the days lesson that today we will study the topic. “Democracy and it’s principles” and write the name of the topic on the top of the blackboard.

The students will also greet the teacher by standing up. And the students will try to answer the questions asked by the teacher.

 

 

Answers

1.India.

2.To cast their vote.

3.Democracy.

 

 

The students will write down the name of the topic on their respective copies.

 

 

 

E. Presentation:

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Meaning of democracy.to give knowledge about the democracy.

The teacher will give a brief description about the topic democracy.

       Democracy word had its origin from two Greek words demos’ which means people and kratos’ which means ‘rule’ so the term democracy means rule by people.

 

Teacher will also give some definition of democracy.

then the teacher will ask some questions to test their acquired knowledge.

Questions

1.From which word democracy has been derived.?

2. What is the meaning of democracy.?

 

The students will listen attentively and will write down the important points in their respective copies.

 

 

 

Students will try to answer the questions.

 

Answers

1.it derives from two words, demos and kratos.

2.democracy means rule by peoples

 

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Presentation continues..

This is the Bed Lesson plan on democracy and its principles for class 6 . There are other lesson plan on English you can check that here.

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types of democracy.

 

 

 

to enable the students to understands about the types of democracy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The teacher will explain the types of democracy in the following ways-

 there are two types of democracy one is direct democracy another is indirect democracy.

Direct democracy where people decide on policy initiative directly. as in the Switzerland.

Indirect democracy refers to a system of government through the elected political officials. as in India.

then the teacher will ask some questions to the students.

Q.1. what are the types of democracy.?

Q.2. which county has indirect democracy.?

the students will listen attentively and will write down the important point in their copies.

 

 

 

students will try to answer the questions.

 

 

 

 

Ans.1 two types. one is direct another is indirect.

 

Ans.2 India.

 

 

understand.
F.CLOSURE.
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        Recapitulation

The teacher will sums up the lesson by highlighting the important points. A nd try to clear the students doubts.

      classwork

Then the teacher will ask some questions in the class to test their acquired knowledge.

Q.1. What is the meaning of direct democracy.?

Q.2. which country has direct democracy.?

  Homework

And the teacher will give some questions to the students as their homework.

Q.1. What are the merits and demerits of democracy. Write your own words?

 After that the Teacher will leaves the classroom by rubbing the blackboard with all the teaching learning materials. And gives the thanks to the students.

The students will listen carefully and try to clear their confusion.

 

the students will try to answer the questions.

Ans.1 direct democracy where people directly involves on policy making process.

Ans.2. Switzerland

 

 

 

the students will write down the question on their copies for their homework.

 

 

and the students will also stand up and gives thanks to the teacher.

 

CONCLUSION

In this way we can make the Bed Lesson plan on democracy and its principles of class six, subject: social science.

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