Lesson Title Target learner Duration of lesson Method Lesson Rationale

Under, on, in - Where is Mr Monkey? Year 4 students (intermediate class) 20 minutes Total Physical Response Students will enjoy their experience of learning to communicate in another language. It allows students to react to language without thinking too much, facilitates long term retention, and reduces student anxiety and stress.

Materials Objectives

Mr Monkey and dragon badges, worksheet, recorded song 1. To acquire oral proficiency 2. To follow instructions and locate directions accurately 3. To create fun, meaningful and purposeful learning

Procedures

1. Teacher motions four students to come to the centre of the class. They sit in circle facing each other. 2. Teacher says ‘Say hello to your friend’ and immediately the teacher waves to the students. The four students are also motioned to wave. 3. Teacher says ‘Please stand up’ and immediately the teacher stands up. The four students are also motioned to stand up. The teacher says ‘Please sit down’ and immediately sits down. The four students follow the teacher. The process is repeated until the students could respond confidently without hesitation. 4. Teacher motions students to stand up. She asks students to wear Mr Monkey badge. Once they wear it, they become Mr Monkey. From now on, the teacher calls everyone Mr Monkey which including herself. 5. Teacher puts dragon badge on everyone’s chair.

’ The process is repeated until the students could respond confidently without hesitation. 7. Teacher writes it down.From now on. 6. Then. Teacher now asks the students ‘Where is Mr Monkey?’ while she looks around like she are searching for Mr Monkey. Student guess – ‘near’. The following prepositions were introduced in the same manner as in Step 6.’ The teacher asks the students ‘Where is Mr Monkey?’ The four students are also look around like they are searching for Mr Monkey. they move near to their chair and say ‘He is near to the dragon. Teacher now utters the preposition and the class does it with the teacher. 9. Next to In front of Behind Under On In 8. teacher writes the word on the chalkboard. For example: Teacher stands near the chair. the teacher calls the chair as a dragon. Teacher does the actions again and students picked at random guess the actions. . Then. Once they have guessed correctly. This again is carried out until students can respond confidently without hesitation. she moves near to her chair and say ‘He is near to the dragon.

Student copy the words in their worksheet. Teacher distributes the worksheet to each student. . Teacher moves to be in the correct position relative to her chair. After this. 15. 12. the students give the commands and their friends respond. Teacher introduces the ‘Where Is Mr Monkey?’ song. The process is repeated until the students could respond confidently without hesitation. The students follow the teacher. Students picked at random give the commands and teacher responds.10. The teacher now points at the word on whiteboard and get students to respond. Teacher stops playing the song. 14. 13. 11.

Appendix 1 "Where is Mr Monkey?" By Richard Graham (Chorus) Where is Mr Monkey? Where is Mr Monkey? Where is Mr Monkey? Where is Mr Monkey? Is he near the dragon? (Is he near the dragon?) Is he next to the dragon? (Is he next to the dragon?) Is he in front of the dragon? (Is he in front of the dragon?) Is he behind the dragon? (Is he behind the dragon?) (Repeat Chorus) Is he under the dragon? (Is he under the dragon?) Is he on the dragon? (Is he on the dragon?) Is he in the dragon? (Is he in the dragon?) Yes. I am! (Repeat Chorus) .

Appendix 2 Name Class : : ____________________________________________________ ___________________ Fill in the blank with the correct preposition._________________________________ . 1._________________________________ 3._________________________________ 2.

4._________________________________ 6._________________________________ 7._________________________________ ._________________________________ 5.

Appendix 3 Mr Monkey badge Dragon badge .