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Carrot

Carrot

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Published by: Abdullah Syafiq on Apr 04, 2012
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Topic : More Stories/The selfish giantYear: 4 JatiBackground knowledge: The students are familiar with fairy tales.Curriculum Specification: 3.6 Acquire a wide range of vocabulary3.6.4 Understand words opposite n meaning3.8.2 Scan for specific information in text.3.8.4 Read and understand simple text by answeringcomprehension questions in relation to main ideas and details.Focus skill: ReadingReading level: ModerateLanguage item: SynonymsLearning objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
a)
Read and understand the story by answering comprehensionquestions.
b)
Identify the synonyms of the words given from the text.
c)
Verbally state the moral value of the story.CCTS: sequencingTeaching Aids: picture card, word card, sentence strips, text book.
Stage Teaching/Learning activities CommentsPre-reading
1.The teacher shows a picture and the word ‘giant’ to the pupils.
2.
Teacher elicits words associating to the ‘giant’ from the pupils.3.Teacher writes the words on the board.
While-reading
First reading1.Teacher goes through the story paragraph by paragraphwith the pupils2.Pupils answer the questions as they read the story.3.Teacher checks the answer with the students.
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Second reading
1.
Teacher divides the class into groups of five.2.Teacher distributes sentence strips to all the groups.3.The pupils rearrange the sentence strips accordingly.
4.
The group that has finished rearranging will come in frontand paste the story on the board.5.Teacher carries out a class discussion to check thestudents’ work.
6.
The fastest group with the correct answer will be given a prize.
Post-reading
Activity A
1.
Teacher pastes a few words on the board.
2.
Teacher asks the pupils to locate the synonyms of thewords in the passage.
3.
The students who found the words will raise their handsand say the word aloud.Activity B1.Pupils work in pairs.2.Teacher asks the students to state the moral value of thestory.3.The representative of each pair come in front and presentthe moral value.
Closure
1.Teacher distributes a dialogue pertaining to the story.2.Pupils fill in the blanks with the words from the story.
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Appendix AQuestions (While-reading – First reading activity)
1.Who has a beautiful garden?2.What did the giant build around his garden?3.What did the giant hear when he wakes up one morning?4.What did he see when he look out his window?5.What did he do to the wall he had built?
REFLECTION
 Name:Level taught:Topic:Reading skills:Things that went wellThings that can be improvedHow can I improved them?
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