Teaching Plan

“When you get, give. When you learn, teach.”

~Maya Angelou~


Curriculum


Education in Vietnam is a state-run system of public and private education run by the Ministry of Education and Training. It is divided into five levels: preschool, primary school, secondary school, high school, and higher education. Formal education consists of twelve years of basic education. Basic education consists of five years of primary education, four years of secondary school, and three years of high school. The majority of basic education students are enrolled on a half-day basis. The main education goal in Vietnam is “improving people’s general knowledge, training quality human resources, nurturing and fostering talent.”

On Middle and secondary curriculum, all subjects are compulsory for students. Such as: Literature, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry (from year 8 on wards), Biology, History, Geography, Civics, Foreign language, Technology, Information Technology, Physical Education (P.E), and Military education and training. For Mathematics subjects the division of material is as follows:

  • Years 6–9: two separate subjects – Algebra and Geometry.
  • Year 10: two separate subjects – Algebra and Geometry.
  • Year 11: two separate subjects – Algebra-Mathematical Analysis and Geometry.
  • Year 12: two separate subjects – Mathematical analysis and Geometry.

Distribution of Math Program In Secondary School Grade 6

Distribution of Math Program In Secondary School Grade 8



Teaching Plan Related 

to My Major


Based on the example given from my cooperating teacher and Đồng Tháp University (DThU), here are my lesson plan for teaching practice:

Teaching Plan of Line Passing Through Two Points

Teaching Plan of Isosceles Trapezoid

Teaching Plan of Subtraction and Division

Teaching Plan of Memorable Identities (Continued)

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