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SUBJECT CLASS : English Language : 4 Bestari DATE : 24.03.2003 DAY : Monday TIME : 10 a.m. –11 a.m. ATTENDANCE : ____/____

TOPIC: Places of Interest

SKILLS: 3.8.4. Read and understand simple factual texts by answering questions in relation to main ideas, details. (L2) 4.8.1 Write a message for a purpose. FOCUSED SKILL: Reading EXPLICIT OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to; 1. read and match correctly 5 words with their correct meanings. 2. read and identify correctly at least four out of five true or false statements pertaining to the text.. 3. answer at least 4 MCQ comprehension questions pertaining to the text. 4. write a postcard message to a friend - Group A: will write the message in about 30 to 40 words - Group B: will write the message in about 30 words - Group C: will write the message in 2 – 3 sentences 1. Pupils have learned to read simple texts and answer comprehension questions in their previous lessons. 2. Pupils have learned to write a few sentences about a place. 1. Problem-solving 2. Meta cognition – discovery of the learning process Appreciation of Natural Surroundings 1. Visual-Spatial 2. Naturalist 3. Musical/ rhythmic Preserving the Natural Surroundings Scrap Book Picture of a seaside, Lyric of jingle on Manila card, Cassette recording of jingle, Reading text, Work sheets, Vocabulary Chart, New Postcards



Teaching aids: Vocabulary chart – Words and Meanings.STAGES/ TI ME LANGUAGE CONTENT TEACHING/ LEARNING STRATEGIES 1. 4. 3. 2. 6. Teacher relates this activity to the topic of the lesson REMARKS Set Activate previous knowledge: Induction (6 min) Picture of a beach/ seaside scene Multiple Intelligence: . Pupils answer. Have you been to this type place for your holiday? 4.) Introduce Vocabulary: Match words from the reading text with their meanings. Where have you been for your holidays? Prereading (8 min. harbour. Pupils answer. Teacher guides pupils wherever necessary. Teacher puts up a picture of a beach / seaside scene. 5.A place for ships harbour souvenirs lighthouse wildlife (Appendix 2) 1. Teacher invites pupils to choose and match the correct meanings of the words on the board. Teacher asks other questions about their holidays.visual .A place for airplanes . 7. Teacher asks questions pertaining to the picture. Teacher puts up a list five words from the passage on the board and another list of meanings of the words on the board. 2. Teacher asks pupils to read the words and checks and practices pronunciation. 5. Pictures and drawings Eg. Teacher uses a familiar jingle to arouse students’ interest. 3. 4. Can you name the place? 3. What can you see in the picture? 2. lighthouse. Eg. Teacher may use illustrations (drawings. pictures) to make meanings clearer. etc .musical / rhythmic Teaching aids: -Picture of a busy beach -cassette recording of jingle -Lyric of jingle Lyric of Jingle: Title: Let’s go to the beach (Appendix 1) Examples of teacher’s question: 1. Words destination Meanings .

4. 1.WhileReading (25 min) Activity One: Introduce Reading text: Title: Port Dickson (Appendix 3) Silent Reading and identifying True/False Statements Worksheet 1 Eg. 3.Reading passage . Teacher helps and guides the weaker pupils to answer the questions. Where can you buy souvenirs? 5. What can you do at the beach in Port Dickson? 4. T/L material: . Teacher discusses answers with the pupils and they mark their friend’s work.Worksheet 1 Remedial work: Reading with Group C Note: Model reading if necessary. Teacher asks pupils to read aloud individually. Teacher asks the pupils to read silently and complete the task. Activity Two: 1. Do you think Tanjung Tuan is interesting? Why? Activity One: 1. you can see many oil companies. 5. 2. No task is given to this group. Worksheet 2 (Appendix 5) . Pupils provide oral responses. Teacher gives each pupil a reading passage and a worksheet containing a matching activity for five true false statements 2. they exchange worksheets. When pupils complete the task. How far is Port Dickson from Seremban? 3. Pupils read and complete the task individually. 3. ______ (Appendix 4) Activity Two: Reading Aloud Read loudly and clearly. Teacher guides pupils to look for answers in the passage wherever necessary. Inculcate Moral Value: Appreciate God’s gift of Nature and Natural surroundings. in groups and as a class. Port Dickson is a famous island. 5. What did you read about in the passage? 2. Pupils answer the questions. In Port Dickson. ______ 2. Note: Remedial work for group C: teacher helps the weaker pupils with the reading of the text. 4. Teacher gives out worksheet 2 (Comprehension questions Multiple choice questions) 6. Pronounce correctly especially the words introduced in the PreReading activity Comprehension Questions for oral responses: 1. Teacher discusses the reading passage with the pupils by asking a few comprehension questions orally.

Some of the groups’ work is presented in class and the rest displayed in the class for the pupils to read Post-Reading (15 min) 1. The class is encouraged to use the word processor to present their work 5. reading passage.CCTS/ Future Studies Question: Activity Three: 1. 4. Pupils brainstorm and write seaside and beaches clean? their answers in the paper provided. Each group has to produce a scrapbook for the Class English Corner as well as for The English Day scrapbook competition. What must we do to keep groups of 4. Teacher asks the groups to look for information on places of interest from various sources. Students are put into groups. 4. Pupils are encouraged to use Outline for the message: some of the words from the . Extended Activity: Group work: Preparing a scrapbook about a particular place of interest for the Class English Corner as well as for The English Day scrapbook competition. (Appendix 6a & 6b) 4.How can you go there? message independently.. Teacher gives the class 2 weeks to compete the task Writing a postcard message: CCTS / Future Studies Cooperative learning strategy T/L material . . Teacher provides them with Write a message to your friend some outline for their writing.Where is it situated? 5. pupils write a short that you know. Teacher gives a CCTS cum clean? Future Studies Question to 2. . Teacher divides the class into 1. Teacher guides and helps you can see in this place? Group C pupils to write 2 or 3 sentences about a place they know. Group A and B pupils write the . telling him/ her about an 3.What are the interesting places 6. important for us to keep our 3. ICT skill is used to complete this task. Teacher asks students to take out their new postcards. 2. 3. Task: 2. Information may be obtained from the following sources: • Newspapers • Magazines • Brochures • Internet • C D Rom. Why do you think it is each group. etc Extended Activity: 1. Using the outline provided by interesting holiday destination teacher.Name of place. . message to a friend.A postcard for each pupil (commercial/ homemade) Note: Students are encouraged to send the postcard to their friends and wait for a reply. our seaside and beaches 2.

in this lesson? b) Were you able to use what you had learned in your writing activity? Activity One: 1. Pupils answer. 3. 2.pv/upi/prac/3/2003 SELF-REFLECTION: . Teacher ends the lesson by once again reminding pupils about the due date for the scrapbook.Closure (6 min) Meta-Cognitive Closure 1. Teacher asks pupils some questions to think about the learning process. Metacognitive closure vpn. Teacher encourages pupils to remember what they did by asking the following questions: a) What did we learn first / then/ next/ lastly etc.