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Sequence of Lesson Plans Class Theme Unit : : : Year 5 (KBSR)

World of Knowledge
Unit 9 Cultural and Tradition

Day 1/Lesson 1

29th July 2013 (Monday)


Topic : The Ungrateful Snake. Focused Skill : Reading and speaking

Learning outcomes/Content Standard

Specifications/Learning Standard

3.3.2 Read and understand simple and 3.3 Read and understand phrases, sentences, paragraphs, and whole texts. compound sentences.

4.4 Construct simple and compound 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and sentences with guidance and compound sentences based on a given independently. stimulus.

Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to:

1. Read and underline 5 conjunctions in the given text 2. Construct 8 compound sentences using and, or, and but based on the given simple sentences 3. Complete the fill-in-gap tasks
Activity 1: Coral Reading Teacher recaps the story to the pupils. Teacher discusses the story line with the pupils. Teacher tells that in the story, there are several conjunctions that can be found. Activity 2: Independent reading group work. Pupils silently read the text and locate at least 5 conjunctions in the text. Pupils underline the conjunctions. Pupils report to the teacher where the conjunctions are located. Teacher discusses how the conjunctions are used. Teacher writes the phrases on the white board and explains how the ideas are connected using the conjunctions. Activity 3: Completing worksheet. Pupils complete the conjunctions work sheets. Pupils write sentences using the conjunctions based on the picture given. . Resources: Reading text entitled The Ungrateful Snake, word flash cards, and

worksheets.

Sequence of Lesson Plans Class Theme Unit : : : Year 5 (KBSR)

World of Knowledge
9 Cultural and Tradition

Day 2/Lesson 2

30th July 2013 (Tuesday)


Topic : Answering questions in complete sentences Focused Skill : Speaking and writing

Learning outcomes/Content Standard 2.5 Talk about the people, places and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language.

Specifications/Learning Standard
2.5.2 Talk about the actions of people and animals in a story heard, read or viewed.

4.4 Construct simple and compound 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and sentences with guidance and compound sentences based on a given independently. stimulus.

Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to:

1. Talk about the 5 pictures given to their group 2. Write the answers for 5 questions in complete sentences 3. Answer the questions in MyCD Activity 2.
Activity 1: Discussion In group, pupils talk about the pictures that are given in the envelopes. Each pupil gets a picture to talk to their friend. Teacher asks these questions: Have you seen any of these activities? Where have you seen it? Was it real or just a picture? What are the people in the pictures doing? Teacher shows each picture on the PowerPoint presentation and discuss with the pupils as a whole class. Activity 2: Answering question

Pupils take out their textbook and turn to page 107. Pupils read all the question in the speech bubbles and think of any suitable answers. Teacher uses question one as an example of how to use complete sentences. In the same group, pupils discuss and orally answer all the questions. Pupils write the answer to the Activity 2 (b) in the textbook page 107 individually. Teacher uses Interactive Activity 2 in MyCD Year 5. Resources: Picture flash cards of cultural activities, MyCD Year 5.

Sequence of Lesson Plans Class Theme Unit : : : Year 5 (KBSR)

World of Knowledge
9 Cultural and Tradition

Day 3/Lesson 3

31st July 2013 (Wednesday)


Topic : Grammar sentence types (simple and compound sentences) Focused Skill : Writing and reading Learning outcomes/Content Standard Specifications/Learning Standard 4.4 Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance and independently. 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus. 4.4.4 Construct simple paragraphs that contain main ideas and supporting details.

Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to:

a) Choose an event that they want to attend. b) Transfer and write about the information from the brochure in a short paragraph using simple and compound sentences.
Activity 1: Reading a brochure

Teacher distributes 3 brochures of traditional events. Pupils read the brochure and understand the information in the brochure. Teacher asks pupils which activity is the most interesting. Teacher writes example of a paragraph using pupils idea. Teacher writes pupils idea on the white board. Activity 2: Independent writing Pupils write independently. They choose one event that they like the most and then write about it. Teacher walks around the classroom and provide assist to those who are needed. . Resources: Traditional Events brochure, video of a lion dance performance.

Sequence of Lesson Plans

Class Theme Unit

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Year 5 (KBSR)

World of Knowledge
9 Cultural and Tradition

Day 4/Lesson 4

2nd August 2013 (Friday)


Topic : Making wishes card Focused Skill : Reading and writing Learning outcomes/Content Standard 4.1 (b) Write at word, phrase, sentence and paragraph level in clear, legible print and cursive writing.

Specifications/Learning Standard 4.1.1 Copy words, phrases and sentences in clear, legible cursive writing. 4.1.4 Write words phrases and sentences in clear legible cursive writing.

Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to: 1. Predict and write the outcomes of the story in their group. 2. Answer five comprehension questions. 3. Choose a character that they like the most from the story and give their reason for choosing that character. Activity 1: vocabulary drill Pupils spell and pronounce the targeted words. Teacher shows pictures to describe the words in order to help them to understand the words. Activity 2: Independent reading Pupils read the first part of the story. Then in groups, they predict what each character will say in the end of the story. After that, they read the second part of the story and compare if their prediction is the same with the ending of the story. Activity 3: Teacher-in-role In groups, pupils will discuss and predict the ending of the story. Teacher acts as the Snake and asks pupils about their predictions. Resources: Pictures, reading text, comprehension worksheet