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LESSON PLAN ENGLISH (SK) YEAR 2 BERLIAN

Subject Class Date/ Day Time Students Level Focused Skills Integrated Skills Theme Topic Curriculum Specifications

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English Year 2 03rd April 2014 60 minutes Intermediate Reading & Writing Listening & Speaking World of Self, Family and Friends Say It Right!

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. 1.1.1

Learning Standard Able to listen and respond to stimulus given with guidance : g) oral blending and segmenting

2.1

By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to apply knowledge of sounds of letters to recognise words in linear and non-linear texts.

2.1.1

Able to recognise and articulate initial, medial and the final sounds in single syllable words within given context: (g) // - (ear) , /e/ - (air)

2.1.2

Able to blend phonemes into recognizable words and read them aloud.

Lesson Objectives

: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:(a) Speak clearly by pronouncing the sound // - (ear) , /e/ (air) accurately.

(b) List out at least five out of ten words from the phoneme they had learnt. Previous Knowledge Educational Emphases Vocabulary Teaching Aids : Pupils understand how the sound // - (ear) , /e/ - (air) works. : CCTS, Multiple Intelligence, Moral Values : clear, chair, funfair, hair, dear, lair & etc. : Flashcards, Worksheets, Textbook

STEP Set Induction

CONTENT Word flashcards that have: // - (ear) , /e/ - (air)

TEACHING LEARNING ACTIVITIES

RATIONALE / REMARKS 1. To help the pupils pronounce the sounds with

1. Display a word flashcard on the board.

(5 minutes)

- E.g of teacher questions / instructions : a) Pronounce this together with me.

2. Ask the pupils to pronounce the sound after teacher.

correct intonation.

Pre-Activity (15 minutes)

Play pronouncing games: Say It Right

1. Teacher divide the whole class into three groups. (A, B, C). 2. Each group need to pronounce and provide words that match with the sounds correctly by following instructions from the teacher. 3. Any group that get it wrong will disqualified from the game. 4. After everything is done, teacher go through the answer together with the pupils.

1. To inculcate fun in their learning. 2. To enhance their pronouncing skills.

STEP While-Activity (20 minutes) Textbook

CONTENT

TEACHING LEARNING ACTIVITIES 1. Teacher asks the pupils to open up their text book on the page 55. 2. Teacher reads the rhyming poem followed by the pupils. 3. Next, the pupils read aloud the poem together with the actions. 4. Teacher ask the pupils do they notice any words with // - (ear) , /e/ - (air) sound. 5. Teacher call the pupils randomly to write the words on the board. 6. They go through together and teacher help the pupils to pronounce the words one by one with the correct pronunciation. 1. Teacher provides worksheets with a

RATIONAL / REMAKS 1. To stress on the pronunciation skills of the pupils. 2. To emphasize their understanding of the usage of // - (ear) , /e/ - (air) sound. 3. To expose to the pupils what are the words that have // (ear) , /e/ - (air) sound. 4. To check on their understanding on the meaning of the words.

Whiteboard

1. To let the pupils be alert of what mistakes they might do in their exercises.

Post-Activity (15 minutes)

Task-sheets on phoneme.

list of words. 2. Teacher instructs the pupils to blend the phonemes to get the right words.

3. Teacher give some time for them to do their work. 4. Pupils exchange their paper and teacher do correction together.

2. To activate their thinking skills. 3. To check their understanding of the topic.

Closure/ Remedial (5 minutes)

Common mistakes the pupils made E.g: chair / chear , funfair / funfear Moral values: Listen carefully and follow instructions.

1. Teacher write on the board what are the most common mistakes they did. 2. Teacher calls row by row to pronounce the words. 3. Teacher points out moral value to the pupils.

1. Reinforce the moral value(s) in the pupils. 2. To reinforce what they had learnt in the lesson.