SCERT Telangana has prepared the Subject wise Annual Plans 2023 and Class wise Annual Plans 2023 under the Tholimettu Programme 2023 or The First Step Programme 2023 on behalf of FLN Mission by the subject experts.
Candidates who want to download the subject wise, class wise year plans can download from the given links. We find the annual plan in every text-book itself. But the teacher can plan on his/her own keeping in view of the respective classroom level.
Plan for Teaching and learning process: Total working days in the academic year 2023-23 are 220 days for conducting teaching and learning processes. The plan was made keeping in mind for 140 days that means 28 weeks. Usually there are 6 working days in a week.
5 days are allocated for conducting teaching and learning processes and 1 day for evaluation and revision. For this, all the children should participate in activities to understand the concepts and they can utilise those competencies in their daily life.
For this we should prepare 1) yearly, 2) lesson/weekly, 3) day-to-day or period plans. The Annual plan is prepared for 28 weeks @ 5 days per week i.e., for 140 days, giving a liberal margin of almost 60 days for all celebration days, examinations and other activities.
Total working days: 220. Effective Instruction Days: 140 (28 weeks @ 5 days per week). First first class, Week 1-12 School Preparation Module is to be followed and this first class Annual plan is from week 13.
|Year Plan||Unit Plan||Period Plan|
|Annual Plans||Lesson Plans (Lesson wise plans)||Day-wise Plans|
|Annual Lesson Plans||Weekly Plans (Chapter wise Plans)|
[Day wise/Period wise Lesson Plans]
|MC wise Plans|
|Model Annual Plan||Download Model Year Plan|
|Telugu Subject Annual Plan (Model)||Telugu Subject Year Plan|
|Maths Subject Annual Plan (model)||Maths Subject Year Plan|
|Maths Subject Annual Plan (model) EM||Math Subject Year Plan (EM)|
|EVS Subject Annual Plan (model)||EVS Subject Year Plan|
|EVS Subject Annual Plan (model) EM||EVS Subject Year Plan (EM)|
|1st Class Annual Plan||Download 1st Class Year Plan|
|1st Class Telugu Annual Plan||1st Class Telugu Year Plan|
|1st English Subject Annual Plan (Model)||1st Class English Subject Year Plan|
|1st Class Maths Annual Plan||1st Class Maths Year Plan|
|1st Class Maths Annual Plan (EM)||1st Class Maths Year Plan (EM)|
|2nd Class Annual Plan||Download 2nd Class Year Plan|
|2nd Class Telugu Annual Plan||2nd Class Telugu Year Plan|
|2nd Class English Subject Annual Plan (Model)||2nd Class English Subject Year Plan|
|2nd Class Maths Annual Plan||2nd Class Maths Year Plan|
|2nd Class Maths Annual Plan (EM)||2nd Class Maths Year Plan (EM)|
|3rd Class Annual Plan||Download 3rd Class Year Plan|
|3rd Class Telugu Annual Plan||3rd Class Telugu Year Plan|
|3rd Class English Subject Annual Plan (model)||3rd Class English Subject Year Plan|
|3rd Class Maths Annual Plan||3rd Class Maths Year Plan|
|3rd Class Maths Annual Plan (EM)||3rd Class Maths Year Plan (EM)|
|3rd Class EVS Annual Plan||3rd Class EVS Year Plan|
|3rd Class EVS Annual Plan||3rd Class EVS Year Plan (EM)|
|4th Class Annual Plan||Download 4th Class Year Plan|
|4th Class Telugu Annual Plan||4th Class Telugu Year Plan|
|4th Class English Subject Annual Plan (model)||4th Class English Subject Year Plan|
|4th Class Maths Annual Plan||4th Class Maths Year Plan|
|4th Class Maths Annual Plan (EM)||4th Class Maths Year Plan (EM)|
|4th Class EVS Annual Plan||4th Class EVS Year Plan|
|3rd Class EVS Annual Plan (EM)||4th Class EVS Year Plan (EM)|
|5th Class Annual Plan||Download 5th Class Year Plan|
|5th Class Telugu Annual Plan||5th Class Telugu Year Plan|
|5th Class English Subject Annual Plan (model)||5th Class English Subject Year Plan|
|5th Class Maths Annual Plan||5th Class Maths Year Plan|
|5th Class Maths Annual Plan (EM)||5th Class Maths Year Plan (EM)|
|5th Class EVS Annual Plan||5th Class EVS Year Plan|
|3rd Class EVS Annual Plan (EM)||5th Class EVS Year Plan (EM)|
|Annual Plan||Download 1st Class Year Plan|
|8th Maths Annual Plan||8th Class Maths Year Plan|
|3rd Class English Year Plan||3rd Class English Annual Plan|
|English Subject Model Year Plan||English Model Year Plan|
Model Annual Plan
- Total Working Days : 220
- Teaching Days : 140 (28 weeks).
- Competencies and learning outcomes to be achieved by the end of the academic year.
- Month wise Plan (for 28 weeks).
|Month||Week/Day||Unit/Lesson||Learning Outcomes||Teaching Strategies||TLM|
- Teacher responses.
- Take suggestions of the Head of the Institution and make necessary changes and additions should be made and implemented.
Teacher Preparation and Planning: Introduction Failing to plan is planning to fail. For successful transaction in the classroom, the teacher has to plan and prepare for it. Before going for transaction of a unit, the teacher should read the entire unit thoroughly and identify the possible discourses.
He /she should prepare a detailed unit cum period plan in the suggested format. He /she should prepare period wise interactive questions in advance. Children’s responses should be elicited and written on the board. This activity should help the children in generating the language.
Hence the teacher has to prepare ample questions for each period. After completion of teaching, he / she shall note the reflections in the plan. The reflections should include the performance of the children, the suitability of the process followed in the class.
Planning: Development of a plan for instruction of entire unit is a professional exercise. Lot of thinking and reference of source books is required. It is a developmental exercise and the output can be improved year after year based on the experience and reflection. Following are the steps for developing annual/year Plan and Unit cum Period Plan for High school classes. SCF envisions the planning of a lesson as detailed in the module.
Text -book is a book that is prescribed to be taught over a period of time. This is usually one academic year. At the school level, all the lessons in the text-book need to be taught. This demands taking into account the time available for teaching the book and number of units included in the book.
All the units and all the lessons may not require the same amount of time. So we may not be able to divide the time available equally among all the units. So, the teacher should first familiarize himself/herself with the book to be taught properly and assess it from the learners’ point of view. A careful calculation of the number of classes / periods each unit needs to be worked out carefully.
Planning is the secret of any successful work. Each one of us is familiar with planning in our daily life. We plan the schedule of our day keeping in mind the priorities and compulsions. For example, if that day happens to be the last day for paying the electricity bill that becomes the first priority of the day’s schedule, planning helps us to make the best use of resources within the given time period. Thus, the proverb ‘failing to plan is planning to fail’ is more apt.
For successful transaction in the classroom, the teacher has to plan and prepare for it. Before going for transaction of a unit, the teacher should read the entire unit thoroughly and identify the possible discourses. He/should prepare a detailed unit cum period plan in the suggested format.
He/she should prepare period wise interactive questions in advance. Children’s responses should be elicited and written on the board. This activity should help the children in generating the language. Hence the teacher has to prepare ample questions for each period.
After completion of teaching, he / she shall note the reflections in the plan. The reflections should include the performance of the children and the suitability of the process followed in the class.
Objective of Planning: By the end of this unit the student-teachers will be able understand the importance of planning. to prepare the annual plan. to prepare the unit plan. to prepare the period plan. to plan and prepare different kinds of teaching learning materials.
To use different teaching learning materials in their classrooms. to use digital resources and digital classrooms. understands the importance of online resources. design his own activities for introducing and practicing language components. engage learners in language games to train them in different language items.
Importance of Planning
Planning is of unique importance in the teaching learning process. Planning helps us divide the syllabus into workable chunks. Planning ensures that we pay attention to all the language skills in a prescribed syllabus. At the beginning of the academic year a teacher can take stock of the teaching material available in the school and explore other resources.
A teacher can calculate and assess whether the number of working hours are sufficient for the topics to be covered. This activity helps in preparing the time-table. Teachers follow the time oriented planning according to the school calendar.
The academic year is divided into three terms. In each term a particular amount of syllabus has to be covered. The given syllabus is divided into units and each unit has a set of lessons. Each lesson has specific objectives and activities. Planning progresses from year plan to unit plan and to lesson plan with an estimation of time availability.
Planning ensures that we think of the other alternatives available to us in each situation and add variety to the learning activities. Planning should be learner centred rather than teacher centred. Planning also give scope for the teachers within a school or neighbouring schools to share their ideas and plan the lessons together.
They can discuss their plans for different activities. This improves their familiarity with the topic and the materials available. Planning gives us an opportunity to understand our preparedness for teaching a particular lesson and gives us a chance to improve on the areas in which we feel incompetent.
Planning is useful as it helps a teacher to plan the activities in advance, makes teaching flexible and gives a chance to review and reorganize the lessons. Planning helps a teacher to cater to the needs of different types of learners in the class. The teacher can also think of some remedial classes for low proficient learners. In this way planning helps to improve the academic performance and gives clarity about future actions.
There are two types of planning schedules, long term and short term. The year plan and unit plan are long term plans and a lesson plan is a short term plan as a teacher prepares for the class on a day to day basis or on a weekly basis. Year plan and unit plan are the regular planning activities whereas lesson planning is a specific and specialized activity. The year plan and unit plan is done at macro level.
What is planning?
A plan is like a map. We use maps to find our way to a place. In order to reach that place, we need to reference points. We should know where we are , and secondly we should know where we want to go. Without the knowledge of either of these, it will be difficult to chart our path. Planning is also just like this. Planning is organizing our work.
What is year plan?
Year Plan is a helpful exercise every teacher has to involve in. This exercise is taken up at the beginning of the academic year. It shows how the teaching time is distributed over the whole year. This is a comprehensive plan and need to be worked out carefully.
What are required to prepare an annual plan?
In order to prepare an annual plan we need A copy of the syllabus, A copy of the text-book, School calendar, To be aware of the number of periods available for each class and to have a clear idea about the number of assessments to be conducted in that academic year.