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Start Date01/15/2019
Name of ChapterOn the face of it
Lesson Plan NameOn the face of it
SubjectClass XII, Literature - English
ClassClass XII, Literature - English
End Date01/23/2019
Number Of Periods5
Concept to be covered:

The play entitled ‘On the face of it’ is a problem play dealing with the issue of the disabled people. It does not deal with actual pain or inconvenience due to a physical impairment which distresses a disabled person. It rather deals with the behaviour of the people all around him. People discard the disabled person as a useless limb and refuse to accept him as a part and parcel of society. It makes him feel alienated from the human society and he wants to live in seclusion.

Identify the Key Learning Domains
  • Remembering means recall facts and basic concepts
  • Understanding means explain ideas or concepts
  • Analysis means draw connection among ideas
Select the key verbs for Remembering
  • Enumerate
  • Identify
Using the selected key verbs write your learning outcome/s for remembering domain.

Students prepare a write up after seeking information in print/online, notice board, newspaper, etc
Develops a skit (dialogues from a story) and story from dialogues
Identifies details, characters, main idea and sequence of ideas and events while reading

Using the selected key verbs write your learning outcome/s for understanding domain.

Students should understand the pain of disabled people and they should not criticize them, rather they should make them feel that they are important to the society too.

Select the key verbs for Understanding
  • Understand
Select the key verbs for Analysis
  • Distinguish
  • Infer
Using the selected key verbs write your learning outcome/s for analysis domain.

The actual pain or inconvenience caused by a physical impairment is often much less than the sense of alienation felt by the person with disabilities. What is the kind of behaviour that the person expects from others? Discuss in groups. The questions at the end of the story are inferential. These help the students to make sense of the author’s intention in focusing on a local episode and to comment on an issue of universal significance

Primary Life Skills
  • Communication Skills - Verbal
  • Communication Skills - Written
Secondary Life Skills
  • Empathy
What activities will I choose to explain this concept/s in classroom
  • Questioning
Choose appropriate teaching approach/ instructional strategy for the sessions
  • Discussion Oriented