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11 24th March 2011 (Thursday) English Year 4
: : : : : : : : 4 Firus Intermediate 0750 – 0850 World of knowledge Unit 3 – Healthy Living (Cooking healthy food) Reading Writing 3.3.2 Read and understand simple sentences. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance given in the form of words and pictures). By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. Read and understand complete a simple recipe by making a sandwich according to the steps given. 2. Complete simple recipe by filling up at least 5 out of 8 blanks correctly. Word list (Tomato, cucumber, sardine, butter, bread, knife, plate, cheese) Memorizing, predicting. Cleanliness, brave, healthy Tomato, cucumber, sardine can, butter, bread, knife, cutting board, plate, worksheet 1 and text 1 Pupils already have information about food in their previous lesson.

Class Level Time Theme Topic Focused skills Integrated skills Curriculum specifications

Learning objectives

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Language content CCTS Moral value Teaching aids Previous knowledge

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Stage / Time Set induction
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Content Showing realia

Teaching and learning strategy 1. Teacher shows to pupils the

Rationale • To arouse

Remarks / Teaching aids Teaching aids

(5 min)

Questions posted • What is this? • What is the menu made out of these ingredients? Answers expected • Tomato, cucumber etc. • Sardine sandwich Reading text CCTS Memorizing, predicting Moral value Cleanliness, brave, healthy

Introduction Stage 1 (20 minutes)

Word list: Tomato, cucumber, sardine, butter, bread, knife, plate, cheese

Sandwich making CCTS Memorizing, predicting Development Stage 1 (20 minutes) Moral value Cleanliness, brave, healthy Word list: Tomato, cucumber, sardine, butter, bread, knife, plate, cheese. Working on a worksheet CCTS Memorizing, predicting Development Stage 2 (10 minutes) Moral value Cleanliness, brave, healthy Word list: Tomato, cucumber, sardine, butter, bread, knife, plate. Closure 5 min Eating sandwich

ingredients and the utensils needed to make sardine sandwiches. 2. Pupils speak about the ingredients. 3. Teacher asks pupils the menu made from the recipe. 4. Pupils answer the question. 5. Teacher tells pupils the topic of the day. 1. Teacher tells pupils about sandwich making for the day. 2. Teacher gives each pupil a text on the instructions of sandwich making. 3. Teacher reads the instructions. 4. Pupils repeat after the teacher. 5. Teacher identifies difficult words and explains to pupils. 6. Pupils repeat difficult words. 7. Teacher assigns group reading. 8. Pupils read the text in groups. 9. Teacher makes a demonstration of sandwich making while pupils read. 10.Teacher stresses the importance of maintaining cleanliness when handling food and before eating. 1. Teacher gives instructions about the activity. 2. Teacher assigns group of pairs according to their seating positions. 3. Teacher gives each pair a set of ingredients on making sandwich. 4. Pupils make their sandwich based on the instructions given. 5. Pupils check their work with friends. 1. Teacher gives each pupil a worksheet. 2. Pupils attempt the worksheet and choose the answers from the realia displayed in front of the class. 3. Pupils check the answers with friends and teachers in the class.

pupils’ interest on the topic • To get them ready for the lesson

• Tomato, cucumber, sardine can, butter, bread, knife, cutting board, plate.

• To check
pupils’ reading.

Teaching aid

• Text 1

(Appendix 1)

• To check

pupils’ understanding over the text.

Teaching aids • Tomato, cucumber, sardine, butter, bread, small spoons, plastics, cheese,

• To check pupils’ understanding over the text.

Teaching aid • Worksheet 1 (37 copies)

1. Teacher asks pupils to eat the sandwich. 2. Pupils discuss the taste of the sandwich.

• To reinforce
lesson.

Teaching aid • Sandwich made by pupils.

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Sardine Sandwich
Ingredients
Cucumber – slice thinly Tomato – slice thinly Two pieces of bread Butter Sardine Cheese

Equipments
A A A A cutting board knife spoon serving plate

Methods
1. 2.

First, take two slices of bread. Second, spread the butter thinly on one side of

them.
3. 4. 5.

Then, put one slice of cheese on the bread. After that, put sardine on top of the cheese. Next, arrange one slice of cucumber and one slice of tomato on the sardine. 6. Later, place the remaining slice of bread on top. 7. Finally, cut the sandwich into two and serve.

Handy hints
Remember to wash and dry all vegetables before preparing them. 2. Be extra careful when handling sharp knife. 3. You may wish to choose a variety of fillings for example, 4 slices of cucumber, 1 slice of meat such as chicken loaf or meat loaf, mustard and so on.
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Worksheet 1 Unit 3: Healthy Living Title: Making Sardine Sandwich

Name:______________________________ __ Class: ________________________________

Fill in the blank to complete the instructions of making sandwich.
1. First, take two slices of ___________________. 2. Second, spread _______________________ on one side of

them.
3. Then, put one slice of _________________. 4. After that, put _____________________. 5. Later, arrange one slice of _______________________ and

___________________..
6. Finally, place the remaining slice of

_____________________ on top of another and serve.

Worksheet 1 Unit 3: Healthy Living Title: Making Sardine Sandwich

Name:______________________________ __ Class: ________________________________

Fill in the blank to complete the instructions of making sandwich.
1. First, take two slices of ___________________. 2. Second, spread _______________________ on one side of

them.
3. Then, put one slice of _________________.
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4. After that, put _____________________. 5. Later, arrange one slice of _______________________ and

___________________.. 6. Finally, place the remaining slice of _____________________ on top of another and serve.

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