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LESSON PLAN SCHOOL SECOND OBSEVATION

Date Time/Duration Form No. of students Focused skill Integrated skill Topic/ Theme Language item Curriculum specification General objectives : 30th April 2012 : 70 minutes : 1 Akasia : 41 students : Reading : Writing : Flipping Fantastic Short Story Literary Devices : Literature Form 4 : KBSM Syllabus : By the end of the lesson, students should be able to; a) Understand the literary devices of the short story. b) Identify the literary devices with the textual evidences from short story. : By the end of the lesson, students should be able to; a) Identify the 10 literary devices from the story. b) Answer 10 (T or F) questions of literary devices. c) Identify 15 hidden literary devices from crossword puzzle. : Worksheets, mah-jong, literature note book : Each sentence has different meaning according to the literary devices. Teaching / Learning 1. Teacher drafts the mind map of literary devices on the white board to spark students interest. Rationale Introduction of the literary devices.

Specific objectives

Teaching aids Moral values Stage / Time Set induction ( 5 minutes)

Content Title: brainstorm Mode: whole class Aids: white board Skill: speaking and listening Title: presentation Mode: whole class Aids: worksheet and work book Skill: listening

Presentation (20 minutes)

1. Teacher briefly explains about the meaning of each literary device. 2. Teacher asks students to copy the notes in their book from the white board. 3. Then, teacher pastes the example of each literary device with suitable textual evidences. 1. Teacher distributes worksheets and explains to the students about the instruction. 2. Then, teacher asks students to paste the worksheets in their book. 3. The students identify the literary devices with the textual evidences. 4. Next, teacher gives out the second

Explain about the literary devices with textual evidence.

Practice (30 minutes)

Title: discussion Mode: individual Aids: worksheets Skill: reading and writing

Checking students progress.

worksheet of T/F questions to the students to answer. 5. Teacher goes around checking students progress. Production (10 minutes) Title: discussion Mode: individual Aids: worksheet Skill: speaking and writing 1. Teacher randomly chooses few students to answer those questions. 2. Teacher distributes the crossword puzzle of literary devices. 3. After that, teacher asks students to identify all hidden literary devices from the crossword puzzle. 1. Teacher summarizes and gives moral value of the lesson. Discuss the answers of literary devices.

Closure (5 minutes)

Title: discussion Mode: whole class Aids: Skill: speaking and listening

Summarize the lesson.

A. Identify the literary devices with the help of textual evidences.

TEXTUAL EVIDENCE He can work out maths problems quicker than I can eat a chocolate bar his mind flows as freely as a freshly oiled cog Hes gone to tell Mum that he just had a bad case of the collywobbles Were pretty much stuck together Flipping Fantastic! Hell miss me. I know he will. I hope theyre as nice as Mrs Roberts I hope the English teacher at my new school is as good as him. Its the end of a story, the final chapter of a book. its time you stood on your own two feet!

LITERARY DEVICES COMPARISON ALLITERATION/ SIMILE IDIOM IMAGERY ALLITERATION FORESHADOW SIMILE SIMILE METAPHOR METAPHOR

B. Identify whether the statements are true (T) or false (F).

TEXTUAL EVIDENCE He can work out maths problems quicker than I can eat a chocolate bar his mind flows as freely as a freshly oiled cog Hes gone to tell Mum that he just had a bad case of the collywobbles I know that I rely on Tristan but he relies on me too. How will he cope at his new school without me? Stand on his own two feet!! The door has finally closed on Peter Hill Primary. Were pretty much stuck together Flipping Fantastic! Hell miss me. I know he will. I hope theyre as nice as Mrs Roberts I hope the English teacher at my new school is as good as him. Its the end of a story, the final chapter of a book. its time you stood on your own two feet! Talk about pride! Tonight I thought I was going to burst with it! his mind flows as freely as a freshly oiled cog

LITERARY DEVICES ALLITERATION SIMILE IDIOM METAPHOR

T/F F T T F

IDIOM ALLITERATION IMAGERY SIMILE FORESHADOW SIMILE REPETITION PERSONIFICATION METAPHOR METAPHOR IDIOM

T F T F T T F F T T F

C. Identify the 15 hidden literary devices from the puzzle.

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N I A E L O E D G E N R O A E A

A T L T I N C I H I S E N G E T

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ONOMATOPOEAI SYMBOL COMPARISON IRONY

PUN PERSONIFICATION ALLITERATION IDIOMS

IMAGERY FORESHADOW SIMILE METAPHOR

DICTION

REPETITION HYPERBOLE