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Listening and Speaking Lesson Plan

Listening and Speaking Lesson Plan

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SUBJECT : English Language CLASS : Year 3 ENROLLMENT : 33 pupils LEVEL : Mixed ability pupils DATE/DAY : 30 July 2013

/ Tuesday TIME : 8.05 a.m. – 9.35 a.m. THEME : World of knowledge TOPIC : Fresh Fruits FOCUSED SKILL : Listening and speaking INTEGRATED SKILL : Writing Content standard Learning standards 1.3 By the end of their primary schooling, pupils will be able to 1.3.1- able to listen to and demonstrate understanding of oral texts understand and respond to oral texts in a variety of contexts. by: (b) answering simple Wh-questions 1.1 Pronounce words and speak confidently with the correct 1.1.4: Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance. stress, rhythm and intonation. 3.2 Write using appropriate language, form and style for a range of 3.2.4: Able to spell common sight words. purposes. LESSON OBJECTIVES : By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. listen to the recording and fill in the blanks correctly in the worksheet. 2. Talk about their favourite and dislike fruits by inserting characteristics of the fruits that they learn appropriately during the poison box activity. : Thinking Skill – remember the spelling of the fruits’ names : Multiple Intelligences – Musical : Do not be choosy. We should eat all type of fruits because it is good for our health. : Grammar: 1. Nouns- Star fruit, strawberry, peach, pomelo, guava, kiwi fruit, mangosteen, pineapple 2. Adjectives- sour, sweet, crunchy, juicy, etc. : Cue cards, flashcards, audio recording, laptop, speaker, worksheet, poison box : Students are familiar with some of the fruits such as apple and orange. : Some pupils could not listen attentively to the recording in order to fill in the answers. : Teacher needs to replay it for many times to ensure that all of the pupils are able fill in the worksheet.

EDUCATION EMPHASES MORAL VALUE LANGUAGE CONTENT

TEACHING AIDS PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE ANTICIPATED PROBLEM POSSIBLE SOLUTION

peach. once. PRE LISTENINGSPEAKING (10 minutes) 1) Teacher starts the lesson by coming out with different riddles about characteristics of the fruits and pupils have to guess the types of the fruits. c) To confirm pupils’ get all the 3) Pupils listen to the recording without answers correct. strawberry. Flashcards WHILE LISTENINGSPEAKING ( 15 minutes) Worksheet 1) Teacher distributes the worksheet a) To practise pupils’ listening skill.Cue cards a) To overtly introduce and provide some clues for the pupils about the content of the recording. c) To enhance pupils’ understanding. b) To ensure that pupils know different types of fruits and their characteristics. Teacher pineapple draws a circle map while writing down the characteristics of the fruits. Audio recording Worksheet Laptop Speaker . d) To learn in a fun and meaningful way. pomelo. 2) Teacher asks the pupils to guess the topic that they are going to learn on that day.STAGE / TIME SET INDUCTION ( 5 minutes ) CONTENT Riddles: TEACHING – LEARNING ACTIVITY RATIONALE a) To arouse pupils’ interest. Teacher asks pupils to do some actions or facial expressions of some words that describe the fruits. b) To ensure pupils get to fill in all the 2) Teacher plays the audio recording blanks. b)To activate pupils’ prior knowledge c) To learn in a fun and meaningful way. Lists of fruits/ nouns: 1) Teacher pastes a few flash cards of Starfruit. fruits on the whiteboard. kiwi fruit. mangosteen. 2) Teacher elicits pupils’ response about the characteristics of those fruits. guava. which has some blanks to the pupils. REMARKS / TEACHING AIDS .

4) Teacher plays second time. adjectives that they have learned. 5) Pupils listen and fill in the blanks. the recording the d) To check pupils’ work. To inculcate moral values into the lesson. . POST LISTENINGSPEAKING ( 25 minutes ) * Poison box 1) Teacher carries out poison box activity in the classroom. 2) Those pupils who get the poison box have to share about their favourite and dislike fruits together with their reasons. We have learnt during the previous lesson. 5) Pupils need to check if their answers are correct. 6) Teacher plays the recording for the third time. c) To help pupils to speak in nonthreatening environment. 3) Teacher highlights the moral values of the day. To reinforce the pupils’ understanding towards the lesson Poison box Laptop Speaker CLOSURE ( 5 minutes ) MORAL VALUE: 1) Teacher ends the class by asking pupils to recite the poem that they . 6) Teacher discusses the answer written by the pupils. should eat all type of fruits because it is 2) Teacher consolidates the lesson by asking pupils to name the fruits and good for our health.doing anything yet. a) To develop pupils’ speaking skills. b) To assess pupils’ understanding on the characteristics of fruits.Do not be choosy.

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