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Year 2 Lesson Plans

Let’s teach! Primary provides comprehensive, easy-to-follow lesson plans—complete with differentiation, teaching suggestions and downloadable resources—to cover Year 2 learning areas.

Every lesson plan is presented in a step-by-step format, complete with preparation, introduction, development, conclusion and assessment.

LTP Year 2 lesson plans for Science, HASS and Health provide teachers with enough information to be ready to teach. Details of materials and curriculum links are provided, along with suggested teaching strategies.

Below is a screenshot of the lesson plan for History Year 2, Unit 2, Lesson 1 – Why is Richmond Gaol a historical site?:

LESSON PLAN

The Preparation tab provides an overview of any tools or equipment (including books) required for the lesson, beyond the provided resource sheets, as well as relevant background information where needed.

The Introduction tab provides a simple activity to get the lesson started and familiarise students with the topic, followed by the Development tab which has the main part of the lesson.

Differentiation is provided to ensure all students are able to participate to the best of their ability, while the Conclusion tab has an activity to consolidate new skills and knowledge obtained the lesson, giving students a chance to reflect.

In the Assessment tab, answers are provided for worksheets (where applicable) to make tracking students’ progress easier and to save the teacher time and stress.

STUDENT PAGE SLIDERS

Every lesson in Year 2 Science, HASS and Health is supported by a digital lesson in the form of student page sliders—a word-for-word replica of the downloadable summary—which include real-life imagery and interactive features to encourage students to make a deeper connection with what they’ve learnt.

Below is a screenshot of the student page slider for History Year 2, Unit 2, Lesson 1 – Why is Richmond Gaol a historical site?:

WORKSHEETS

To complete the package and ensure no student in Year 2 misses out, whether learning in the classroom or remotely, editable worksheets are included which can be completed online* and submitted or printed and distributed. These worksheets include a range of activities from simple questions and answers to research and more hands-on practical tasks.

* Worksheets are PDF-based and require a PDF reader to be completed.

Below is a screenshot of the worksheet for History Year 2, Unit 2, Lesson 1 – Why is Richmond Gaol a historical site?:

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