If you are pursuing B.Ed. in any Teacher Training Institution, then you might know how important is to learn your micro-teaching. The basic objective of micro-teaching is to make teacher education programs scientific, effective, and meaningful. For every subject and for every skill you have to micro-teaching lesson plan. Here is a Mathematics Skill of Stimulus Variation Micro-teaching lesson plan on the topic *“Quadrilateral and Its Type”.*

**Mathematics Micro-Teaching Lesson Plan for The Skill of Stimulus Variation for B.Ed.**

Since it is very hard to make a lesson plan without taking help from others or without looking at a pre-made micro-teaching lesson. You have all the components of the given skill in your lesson plan. To help you make a mathematics skill of stimulus variation lesson plan, we have made you a mathematics micro-teaching lesson plan on the topic *“Quadrilateral and its type”.*

You will get to know how to use all components in the skill of stimulus variation lesson plan after looking at our lesson plan. Before that, you have to know about the all components of the skill of stimulus variation.

**Components of The Skill of Stimulus Variation:**

There are eight components in the skill of stimulus variation that you have to include in your micro-teaching lesson plan. These are –

- Focusing
- Eye contact and movement
- Gestures
- Voice Modulation
- Pausing
- Teacher’s Movement
- Change in interaction style
- Switching sensory channels (oral/visual)

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**How to Prepare a Math Stimulus Variation Skill Micro Lesson Plan?**

The complete micro lesson plan on stimulus variation skills for mathematics is given below. This lesson plan is prepared for B.Ed. pursuing students for their Micro-Teaching.

**Identification of Data:**

Subject: General Mathematics | Teacher: Jintu Sonowal |

Topic: Quadrilateral and Its Types | Time: ……. |

Class: VIII | Date: ……. |

**Presentation of Stimulus Skill:**

In this part, the Introduction, Development, and Conclusion of the Skill of Stimulus Variation in Mathematics is given.

Steps | Teacher’s Activities | Pupil Activities | Components of the Skill |

I N T R O D U C T I O N | Teachers will enter into the classroom and welcome the pupils. He will keep properly the teaching aids on the table and rearrange the classroom if necessary. Then the teacher will ask a common question for the class – Q. What are polygons? | Teachers will enter the classroom and welcome the pupils. He will keep properly the teaching aids on the table and rearrange the classroom if necessary. Then the teacher will ask a common question for the class – Q. What are polygons? | Interaction with the pupils Pausing |

D E V E L O P M E N T | The teacher will appreciate their answer and then announce: Today we will discuss about “QUADRILATERAL AND ITS TYPES” Then the teacher will explain the definition of Quadrilateral and various parts and properties of a quadrilateral with suitable examples. The teacher will ask the pupils, ”Are all the quadrilaterals similar in shape?” (Pause a little while and direct to a pupil) After getting appropriate answers, the teacher will say that although there are infinite numbers of quadrilateral, based on the properties of their sides, there are six basic types of quadrilateral. Those are – Square Rectangle Parallelogram Rhombus Kite Trapezium Then the teacher will display a chart showing the various types of quadrilateral and their properties. Then the teacher will ask the following questions: In how many categories quadrilateral can be divided? Jintu In a quadrilateral, one pair of opposite sides is parallel. Name the quadrilateral? Do you agree with Jintu? Mamoni After that, the teacher will ask the pupils to find the similarities and differences between the quadrilaterals with the help of a chart. | The pupils will listen attentively and note down the important points. The pupil will answer; “No, they all are not similar in shape.” The pupils will listen attentively. The pupils will observe. Quadrilateral can be divided into six categories. It is a Trapezium. Yes The pupils will expect to give some differences and similarities. | Voice modulation Focusing Interaction, Eye contact, teacher’s movement, pausing Voice modulation Gestures Teacher’s movement Switching sensory channels (oral – visual) Change of interaction style (teacher-pupil interaction) Change of interaction style (pupil–pupil interaction) Change of interaction style (teacher-pupil interaction) |

C O N C L U S I O N | Then the teacher will conclude the class, “So, today we have learned that a quadrilateral is a polygon which has 4 vertices and 4 sides enclosing 4 angles. The sum of all interior angles of a quadrilateral is 360^{0 }and there are six basic types of quadrilaterals.” | Pupils will listen attentively | Voice modulation Gestures |

**PDF – B.Ed. Mathematics Stimulus Variation Micro Lesson Plan**

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Also, you can have a look at our other mathematics skill of stimulus variation micro-teaching lesson for B.Ed. on the topic “Triangles and its type” by clicking this link.

Note that, the format of this micro-teaching lesson plan of mathematics may vary a little bit from institution to institution. So, I suggest you compare this lesson plan with the format of the micro-teaching lesson plan provided by your Teacher Training Institution.

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