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Set induction flashcard zoo ask students if they have been there, what animals can be found there

Pre-listening flashcards animals and their young

While-listening song video animals n its young

Post-listening task sheet match animal n its young

Closure based on task sheet, ask students which are tame n wild which one they would have as pet

-pics of animals with young life cycle of an animal video of animals n its young

LESSON PLAN (LISTENING AND SPEAKING LESSON)

Subject Class Time Topic Title Enrolment Proficiency Level Theme Focused Skill Integrated Skills

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English Year Two 0900-1000 On The Farm Animals On The Farm and Their Sounds 25 pupils Intermediate World of Knowledge Listening and Speaking Writing and Reading

Content and Learning Standards: Content Standard 1.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to pronounce words and speak confidently with the correct stress, rhythm and intonation 1.1.4 Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance. Learning Standard 1.1.3 Able to listen to, say aloud and recite rhymes or sing songs with guidance.

Lesson Objectives:

By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: i) complete given worksheet with at least 8 out of 10 questions correct. ii) respond to the teacher and talk about subject matter by linking it to real life context. Teaching aids/ Resources: Laptop LCD Projector Speaker The Animals On The Farm song video Teaching Chart (farm animals) Audio sounds of farm animals Flashcard (Picture of a farm) Worksheet

Stage/Time Content Set induction (5 minutes) Guessing the sounds of the animals played

Teaching-Learning Activity

Rationale pupils interest. iii. To create a sense of expectation of what they are going to learn in that lesson.

Remarks a. Audio sounds of farm animals b. Flashcard (picture of a farm)

1. Teacher shows a picture of i. To arouse a farm using flashcard. 2. Teacher plays the audio sounds of farm animals. 3. Teacher calls pupils randomly to tell the animal that belong to the respective sound.

Prelistening (15 minutes)

Talking about a stimulus

1. Teacher presents the


teaching chart containing pictures of farm animals.

i. To prepare pupils for the next activity. ii. To attach

a. Teaching chart (farm animals)

2. Teacher gets the pupils to produce the sounds of the respective animal shown.

pupils to the topic.

3. Teacher gets the pupils to talk by asking if they have seen the particular animal in real life before and to give a brief description of his/her experience.

4. Teacher discusses the names of shelters which the animals live in with the students. Whilelistening (20 minutes) The video The Animals On The Farm 1. Teacher informs the pupils they are going to watch a video entitled The Animals On The Farm twice and to listen to the sounds of the animals while completing the worksheet which will be distributed. 2. Teacher distributes the worksheets to the pupils. The remedial worksheet requires the pupils to match the animal to the sound, whereas the enrichment worksheet requires the pupils to fill in the blanks with iii. To enhance the pupils understanding by completing the worksheet. i. To develop pupils listening skill. ii. To incorporate a. The Animals On The farm song

the element of fun video in learning. b. Worksheet

correct answers. 3. Teacher plays the song video and pupils watch and listen to the video. At the same time, the pupils will be completing the worksheet given to them. 4. Teacher replays the video for the second time. 5. Teacher checks the pupils written work. 6. Teacher gets the pupils to mime the sounds of the farm animals as a whole class. Postlistening (15 minutes) 1. Teacher brainstorms with the pupils the sounds and names of shelters of other animals which are not found in the video, be it natural or artificial shelters. 2. Teacher gets a few pupils to speak and voice out their answers of the sounds and shelters of animals which can be found around them. Closure (5 minutes) Moral Value We should love and care for animals. 1. Teacher discusses and highlights the moral value relevant to the lesson with the students. i. To consolidate the lesson. ii. To cultivate moral value among pupils. ii. To enhance the pupils understanding and knowledge. i. To provide a platform to pupils to speak and voice out their thoughts.

2. Teacher recaps the lesson.