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Lesson Plan Format Date Time Year : 22 March 2013 : 60 minute : 3 Daisy

No. of students: 48 Level Theme Topic : Intermediate : World of Knowledge : Pets

Content standard: 4.1 By the end of the 6- year primary schooling, pupils will be able to enjoy and

appreciate rhymes, poems and songs 4.3 By the end of the 6- year primary schooling, pupils will be able to plan,

organise and produce creative works for enjoyment Learning standard: 4.1.2 Able to sing action songs, recite jazz chants and poem with correct pronunciation, rhythm and intonation 4.3.2 Able to perform with guidance based on: c) Action songs Focused skills : Language Arts

rat. Teacher will then ask student to describe their pets. Compare and Contrast. Teacher asks student to sing along with the teacher. Decision making. Teacher calls two pupils in front to share their experience to the class. Teacher tells pupils that the best picture drawn will be rewarded at the end of the lesson Teacher ask the pupils to role play as a cat. pets Creative. Imaginative. Vocabulary Behavioural objectives: By the end of the lessons. Interpret and processing information Lesson summary : Teacher greets the pupils. Teacher will also ask what kind of pets they have. Teacher gives student the lyrics of the song. Teacher rewards pupils. . a rat and a duck while singing the song for the last time. pet Previous Knowledge: Pupils are familiar with pets and their characteristics. Teacher demonstrates how to sing the song with ukulele.Integrated skills : Listening and Speaking. a rat and a duck in a piece of paper provided. student will be able to. Teacher asks the pupils to sing along before beginning the lessons. Teacher tells the pupils story about teacher’s pet. cat. Innovative. Teaching materials: Ukulele. teacher asks the pupils to draw a cat. From the song they just learned. a) Sing the songs with teacher guidance b) Pronounce at least two out of three minimal pairs. Pictures. Teacher tells the students to always cherish their pets. Moral Values Thinking skills : : Instil love towards animals. Reading and Writing Language contents: Pronunciation. Teacher show pictures of pets to recalls their schemata on topics. Hand-outs.

meow.Stages Set induction 5 min Activities Teacher greets the pupils. - By doing this activity. pupils can .to activate and recall pets to recalls their schemata on topics previous pets. Teacher asks the pupils to sing along. - Asks what kind of pets they have? Activity 2 15 min - Teacher gives student the lyrics of the song - lkTeach the pupils to sing a song - Teacher demonstrates how to sing the song with ukulele. - Ask student to describe their pets. meow. Activity 1 10 min - Teacher show pictures of T . meow… - Remarks/Rationales stimulate students’ interest towards the topic. “I have a cat. schemata on - Teacher tells the student story about teacher’s pet - Teacher calls two students in front. - Explore the topics through songs - Teacher asks student to sing along with the teacher.

teacher ask the Help pupils relate with the songs Intrigues student the creativity pupils to draw a cat. a rat or a duck in a piece of paper provided Teacher also ask student to write a short essay about their pets in 30 words Teacher tells pupils that the best picture drawn will be rewarded at the end of the lesson Conclusion 10 min Teacher ask the pupils to role play as a cat. a rat and a duck while singing the song for the last time Teacher tell the students to always cherish their pets Teacher rewards pupils and imagination - Help student to their reinforce memories of the lesson better Reflection .practice their pronunciation skills Activity 3 20 min From the song they just learned.