Lesson Plan

Lesson Name/ No/ActivitiesTeacherDaysClass
L-1 (Pol.): Democracy in the Contemporary WorldVatan Singh5 days6th


Previous knowledge testingTeacher’s PresentationStudent Participation
What is expansion of IMFWhat is expansion of WBAre international organizations completely democratic?How can international organization be more democratic?What is rule of law?Distinguish between direct and indirect democracy.What is democracy?Why define democracy?Who takes major decisions?Free and fair electoral competitionUniversal adult franchises Demerits of democracyArguments against and for democracyBroader meaning of democracyStudents will hold a small debate on democracyThey will be encouraged to ask questions and give answersA small quiz activity will be conducted on the basis of 1st & 2nd Chapters of Political Science.
Teaching Aid:World’s outline mapSymbols of few political parties of IndiaPPTsSmart board
RecapitulationOutcome of Teaching
What kind of government does rule in China?What kind of government does rule in Mexico?What kind of government does rule in Pakistan?What kind of government does rule in Nepal?What kind of government does rule in Ghana?Why was India not hit by famine in 1960s?What is political equality?Which party rules in Zimbabwe?What do you understand by fair and free political completion? Students will be able to understand that not every country that holds election periodically can be called democratic.They will be able to appreciate the virtue of political equality.They will understand the necessity of political competition and participation. Students will be able to understand that democracy at global level is just an illusion.


  1. Exercise 1, 2 & 3
  2. Exercise 4, 5 & 6
  3. Exercise 7, 8 & 9
  4. Exercise 10
  5. Teacher:- Vatan Singh