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Subject: English Class: Year 5 Date: 07/03/2013 Teaching Context: World of Knowledge Topic: Culture and Traditions Specifications: 1.5.2 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk about them. 2.5.2 Talk about actions of people and animals in a story read, heard or viewed. 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.7.4 Write simple descriptions with guidance Learning Outcomes: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: a) state three different features of culture and traditions practised by different ethnic groups : Malay, Chinese and Indian. b) completing a text with missing words and simple phrases while listening to recording by dictation practice c) take part in dialog by asking partner about their favorite festival and how they celebrate it. d) create a short paragraph to describe ethnic groups Level: Average Enrolment: 25/25
Time: 8.00 a.m. - 9 .00 a.m.
Thinking Skills: Arouse new ideas and experiences Previous Knowledge: Pupils have been taught about different ethnic groups in Malaysia. Moral Values: 1) Respect other culture and traditions to foster a harmonious relationship among multi-cultural society. 2) Preserve rich cultural practices of the peoples in Malaysia. Teaching Materials: Flash cards, recording, video, worksheets, descriptive text, puzzle worksheet Steps/ Phase Time Set Induction: (+/- 5 mins) Content Traditional dress of different ethnic - Eg. Teaching Learning Activities 1) Teacher shows the real traditional dresses to pupils. 2) Teacher relates traditional Remarks Traditional clothes
Indian. 4) Teacher plays a recording on “Festivals in Malaysia”. Baju Kurung. 3) Teacher gives instruction and explains procedure of activity. NURUL SOFIA. Eg. food. NURSHA-IRMA Cheongsam. they need to fill in the blanks with the right words they heard. 5) Pupils listen to recording carefully. Malay and Chinese 2) Teacher explains the variety features of culture by listing down on the white board. . 2) Pupils read through the text.Group Lesson Plan NORSHAZILA.15 mins) -Partial dictation activity 1) Teacher distributes a text with missing words and phrases to each pupil. festival/ celebration. As they listen. Saree clothes with each ethnic group. Presentation: (+/. Eg. 6) Teacher plays the recording for the second time for pupils --recording on Festivals in Malaysia. Flash cards Traditional dress Malay Chinese Indian Food Festival celebration Practice: ( +/.15 mins) 1) Teacher introduces pictures of different ethnic groups. Traditional clothes.
Group Lesson Plan NORSHAZILA. NURUL SOFIA. pupils are grouped in pairs. 4) Teacher asks pupils to create a short paragraph consist of 5 sentences to describe the ethnic group they had chosen. NURSHA-IRMA to check their answer. 6) Teacher calls pupils group by Manilla card . 2) Pupils seat in their assigned group and teacher ask them -Group presentation to choose a group leader. take turn to ask your partner the questions below : 1) What is your favourite festival? 2) When do you celebrate it? 3) How do you celebrate it 4) What special things do you do? 9) Teacher sets pupils task to ask their partner about their favorite festival and how they celebrate it. Pair work activity 8) Next. 7) Teacher discusses the answer with students. 5) Pupils are given 7 minutes to create the paragraph. In pairs. Production/ Evaluation: (+/.20 mins) -Paragraph writing 1) Teacher divides the class into 3 groups with 5 members each. 10) Pupils work with their partner and share ideas of their favourite festival and celebration. 3) Teacher calls the group leader to choose one envelope.
NURSHA-IRMA group to present their work to the class. NURUL SOFIA. -A video .Group Lesson Plan NORSHAZILA.5 mins) Patriotic song – “This is Who We Are” song 1) Teacher plays a song to pupils. 8) Teacher discusses each paragraph with pupils. 7) Pupils read the paragraph one by one. Closure: (+/. 2) Teacher explains positive values regarding culture and traditions such as respect and cooperation.
NURSHA-IRMA Fill in the blanks as you listen to recording on festivals celebration in Malaysia. . The unmarried youngsters are given Ang Pows which are gifts of money enclosed in little (10) ________________. Indians and numerous indigenous people. NURUL SOFIA. Chinese New Year and (4) __________________. The words „Hari Raya‟ means day of celebration. There are many festivals celebrated in Malaysia. Major festivals in Malaysia include Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Deepavali means (11) ____________________. It celebrates the (12) _______________ of good over the evil.Group Lesson Plan NORSHAZILA. Chinese New Year is celebrated by the (7) _______________ community and it lasts for a full two weeks! It begins with a reunion dinner which is (8) ______________ for every member of the family to attend. The recording will be played twice. Chinese New Year is the time when spirits are appeared and (9) ________________ are made to Gods. Special dishes are served for festivals and friends during "open house". Hindus take a traditional oil bath in the early hours of the morning on Deepavali day and after prayers entertain their friends and guests to "open house”. It signifies the end of the (5) _____________ month of Ramadan. It is also the time for (6) _________________________. Chinese. Deepavali on the hand is an Indian festival of lights. FESTIVALS IN MALAYSIA Malaysia is a (1) _______________ country consisting of Malays. (2) ________________________is practised almost all the festivals. which means inviting (3) ________________________to house on festivity occasion. Hari Raya Aidilfitri is the most significant celebration for Muslims.