
Subject: Logical Thinking 

1. Topic


2. Content

Explain to students what is expected of them in the next week in
their logical thinking class 


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

1. Complete introduction
2. Grasp students attention, create enthusiasm
3. Create a respectful mood in the classroom, make students feel reassured
and safe 


4. Objectives

1. Students must feel capable of handling assignments
2. Reassure students that they must act responsible and always 'think
outside the box'
3. Work on behavior 


5. Materials and Aids

I.P. book/Discovery Magazines/Bulletin paper



6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1. Show students what is to be completed
2. Give Discovery Kids Magazine Subject
3. Answer Questions 


B. Development
1. Show students an example report
2. Explain and come up with a schedule basis in order to complete
report
3. Talk about other assignments to be due 


C. Practice
1. Let students ask questions about assignment
2. Master consequences and behavioral rule, manners 


D. Independent Practice
1. One technique you could use is allowing the class to suggest
the ground rules: have a class discussion, write ideas on a flipchart
and get everyone to sign it; it makes the class feel they are listened
to and that you care about their opinions and input while also setting
some groundwork that they will feel loyal to because they've made
it
2. Students know that they must act independent and responsible



E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)
1. Be quiet when the teacher is talking.
2. Respect each other.
Complete the homework and class work.
3. Complete the homework and class work." 


F. Checking for understanding
1. Ask questions if you don't understand, NEVER be afraid of me,
we are only human
2. Ask students if they understand
3. If they seem capable, don't push them to annoyance 


G. Closure
1. Ask students if they understand what the ground rules are/ if
they feel comfortable in the particular classroom setting
2. To remember to follow what we discussed today, the rest of the
week 


7. Evaluation

Are they capable of assignments



8. Teacher Reflection

The first part is when all the students are sitting at their desks,
and simply listening to you. This is the "lecture" part of the lesson,
and involves you basically teaching the class something, and the students
listening or raising their hands to answer specific questions. This
is the youteachingthem part.
The second part of every lesson should be where they get together
in small groups of 24 students to work on something. It may be when
they read through the textbook and take some notes, or the groups
brainstorm an opinion on something. Anything that involves a collective
group work element where students can work with whoever they want.
Near the end of this part, you can have a discussion session where
groups voice their findings/opinions, and give marks for adequate
participation.
The final part of every lesson should be where the students return
to their seats and work QUIETLY on one final task, such as answering
specific questions written on the board, or drawing a picture related
to something they learned that lesson. The students should only talk
to you (if they have a question about what/how to do it) or the person
sitting directly next to them. This is the winddown part where students
get a chance to work on their own. 

