1. Topic

Importance of skill development.
Terminologies used in curriculum design and development in TVET. 


2. Content

Program, Course, Curriculum, Module, Unit, Syllabus, etc. 


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

1. Learners understand the terminologies used in curriculum design
and development in TVET, and apply them appropriately in the correct
situation 


4. Objectives

Learners should be able to:
1. Explain correctly some of the terms commonly used in curriculum
design and development in TVET
2. Choose the correct terms in the appropriate situation 


5. Materials and Aids

Projector, laptop, portable speaker, postit note, markers, activity
sheets, etc. 


6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1. Recapitulate the previous lesson
2. State the objective of the lesson
3. Ask questions to learners if they have heard the terms like 'program',
'Course', 'Curriculum', 'Module', 'Unit', 'Syllabus', etc. 


B. Development
1. Teacher will provide a list of terms, and learners will match
the correct terms to their definitions.
2. Teacher will provide the correct answers for #1 above.
3. Learners will discuss with their group members, and they will decide
are the appropriate situations/contexts to use the terms. Examples
of the terms are 'Work Experience', 'WorkBased Learning', 'Work Placement',
'Workplace Learning', 'OnTheJob 'Training', 'OnSite Training',
'OffTheJob Training', and 'Internship'. This activity is groupwork. 


C. Practice
1. Learners will do the matching activity (i.e. to match the terms
to their definitions) individually at first before the groupwork.
2. At the end of groupwork (Activity Development #3), learners will
share their answers or ideas through group presentation. 


D. Independent Practice
The Pretest and Posttest will help to measure the learners' understanding
and progress in the class. 


E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)
1. Teacher will spend more time talking to students which might
have difficulty in understanding the instructions, or/and the terms
used.
2. Learners who are struggling to find the meanings/definitions of
the terms can use the Internet. 


F. Checking for understanding
1. Learners will complete the selfreflection form.
2. Each of the student share their learning experience to the rest
of the class. 


G. Closure
1. Teacher summarizes the main points
2. Teacher informs the topics for next week: Historical perspectives
of education and curriculum. Ways of approaching curriculum theory. 


7. Evaluation

Teacher will evaluate learners' progress based on how they performed
in the Pretest and Posttest. 

