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Leadership

  • 24 April 2018
  • Posted by: tamar myles
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Leadership
Students’ age range: 16-18
Topic: Leadership
 
Description: Lesson 1
1. The teacher will write the jumbled letters for leadership on the board. The students will then be encouraged to unscramble the letters to spell leadership. The students will then be engaged in a discussion on the concept.

2. The teacher will then question students in order for them to state some qualities of a leader.

3. The students will then be introduced to four types of leader ship styles.

4. The students will then be engaged in a discussion on two of the leadership styles using the fishbowl strategy.

5. The students and teacher will then review the information presented on the handout.

Culminating Activity:

1. The students will be asked questions orally on the topic.

Lesson 2:
1. Students will be engaged in a brief revision of the previous class.
2. Students will be engaged in a discussion on the other two types of leadership styles.
3. The students will then be engaged in a discussion (fishbowl strategy on the importance and essentials of good leadership.
6. Students and teacher will then review the information presented on the handout.

Culminating Activity:

1. The students will be given a past paper question to complete in their books. This will be graded.

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Kmchell Dodge

4/24/2018 8:34 PM

I love this lesson on Leadership (simple and straight to the point). Leaders I believe are born. I will include with this lesson, a bit a role playing where students can depict the difference between a leader and a follower - and show comparisons of how ALL persons are necessary in today's society.


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Judith Whyte

4/24/2018 10:48 PM

I like the fishbowl strategy and the way it is used here to allow the students to discuss leadership styles. is the discussion with a view to determine which type is most effective? The fishbowl strategy may also include some researching before participating, so maybe one session could be dedicated to researching.

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