Schoolchildren across France were to observe a minute of silence at 11:00 am (1000 GMT) to remember Samuel Paty, who was killed in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, outside Paris, on October 16.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had slammed Macron and said that he has "chosen to deliberately provoke Muslims".
Muslims have reacted angrily to Macron's staunch defence of the right to mock religion following the beheading of a history teacher.
Muslims have reacted angrily to President Emmanuel Macron's staunch defence of the right to mock religion following the beheading of a history teacher
Muslim-majority countries have been outraged by French President Emmanuel Macron's remarks last week in which he refused to condemn the publication or showing of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
The comments sparked a volley of insults from Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who at the weekend repeatedly urged his French counterpart to undergo mental health "checks".
French President Emmanuel Macron has vowed to take the fight to Islamist radicals after the October 16 beheading of a history teacher.
Macron said history teacher Samuel Paty was beheaded for showing caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed to pupils "because Islamists want our future".
French goods have already been pulled from supermarket shelves in Qatar and Kuwait, among other Gulf states, in Syria people have burned pictures of Macron.
Several suspected Islamic radicals have been arrested in dozens of raids since the murder of teacher in Paris.
Paty was attacked and killed on the street for showing his students cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in a class on free speech.
He also reiterated France's disappointment at Turkey's failure to condemn the gruesome killing of teacher Samuel Paty or to express solidarity with France.
Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed Macron over his policies toward Muslims, saying that the French president needed "mental checks."
Macron said Paty had tried to teach his pupils how to become citizens.
Law enforcement carried out 40 raids on Monday, mostly around Paris, with many more planned.