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INNOVATIVE LESSON PLAN
AJITHAMOL B. S.
NAME OF THE TEACHER : AJITHAMOL B. S. STANDARD : IX
NAME OF THE SCHOOL : DIVISION :
NAME OF THE SUBJECT : SOCIAL SCIENCE STRENGHT :
NAME OF THE UNIT : THE EARTH WHICH SUPPORTS MAN DURATION : 45 MTS
NAME OF THE SUB UNIT : MOUNTAINS DATE :
CURRICULAR STATEMENT : Understands different types of mountains and its influences on man.
LEARNING OUTCOME : ♦ To define the importance of mountains
♦ To compare different types of mountans
♦ To findout the influence of mountains on man
♦ To know various features of Himalayas
TERMS : Fold mountsins - block mountains - relict mountains - volcanic mountains - Alps - Andes, Rockies -
Black forest - vosges
PLACES : Germany, France, India, Rajasthanb, Gujarat
FACTS : ♦ Those landforms which have a height of 900 meters or more above sea level are called mountains.
♦ They have been divided into four on the basis of their origin.
♦ Fold mountains, block mountains, relict mountains and volcanic mountains were the example of different
forms of mountains.
♦ Fold mountains are higher when compared to other mountains.
♦ Folding of the plates cause fold mountains to form
♦ Himalayas, Alps, Andes, the Rockies are the example of fold mountains.
♦ The block mountains are formed as result of uplight of land forms due to faulting.
♦ These mountains have flat tops and steep sides.
♦ Due to the different weathering processes of prolonged duration, the rocks that are not very resistant get
disintegrated and only those resitant part remain. These mountains are called residual mountains.
♦ Climate, mineral wealth, Hydro - electric power etc are the various features that dicribes the influence of
moutains on man.
CONCEPT : In human life mountains plays a significant role, and its influence on man is very important.
PRE REQUISTE : Students have the knowledge about the volcano mountains.
TEACHING - LEARNING
RESOURCES : ♦ Chart of pictures of mountains.
♦ Flashcards representing different form of mountains
Classroom Interaction Prceedure Pupil Response
1. Which is the highest peak in the world?
2. Where is Everest situated or Mt. Everest is which mountains part?
3. Do you know Himalayas are which type of mountains?
Yes Himalayas are the example of fold mountains. After explaining this teacher entering the
presentation of topic
Activity - 1
Teacher asks the student have you heared about mountains? Then the teacher discuss about mountains
with the help of showing slide.
Those landforms which have a height of 900 metres or more above sea level are called mountains
Activity - 2
Then teacher present another slide, through explaining mountains have been divided into four on the
basis of their origin.
1. Fold mountains
2. Block mountains
3. Relict mountains
4. Volcanic Mountains
Then teacher and student dicussed about volcano mountains that was they learned previously.
Activity - 3
Teacher discuss about fold mountains with the help of showing slide.
Folding of the plates casuses fold mountains to form
They are higher compared to other mountains.
Then teacher explains about other features of fold mountains and saying Himalayas, Alps, the Andes, the
Rockies are all fold mountains.
Activity - 4
For discussing about block mountains teacher present the next slide.
It is formed as a result of uplift of land forms due to faulting.
These have flat tops and steep sides.
Then teacher explains the examples and other features of block mountains.
Activity - 5
Teacher explaining about residual mountains with the help of showing slide.
Due to different weathering processes of prolonged duration, the rocks that are not very resistant get
disintegrated and only those resistant parts remain. These mountains are called residual mountains.
Activity - 6
To disucss about ‘The influence of mountains on Man’, teacher divided all students into four groups.
Afterr writting their points group leader presents their answer. Then speaking about major points in the
topic teacher concluded the topic.
1. What are called mountains?
2. Which are the vaious forms of mountains on the basis of their origin?
3. Which is the highest peak in the world?
4. What is fold mountains?
5. Give examples of residual mountains?
6. How mountains influence on man?
FOLLOW UP ACTIVITY
Collect pictures of moutains and fix on a chart then hang on your class room wall.