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Name

: YeapXue Fen, Chong Bitt Thing, MellsielleEdoralinaLouna

No. of students Time Focus Level of proficiency

: 22

Date School Class

: 25 April 2014(Friday) : SJK Yuk Kong : 2 Yellow

: 11.45p.m. - 12.45p.m. (60 minutes) : Language Arts : Mixed ability

Main Skill

: Reading

Integrated Skill(s)

: Listening, speaking and writing : Unit 7 Hobbies

Theme

: World of self, family and friends

Unit

Summary of The Lesson This lesson is a language arts lesson. Reading skills integrated with listening, speaking and writing skills. The teacher will first introduce the topic in set induction by asking the students what they usually do during free time. Students are given the puzzle pieces and they have to find their match and sit together as a group. In a group, a representative has to go in front and act as he or she sees in the flash card. His or her members have to guess the action. Then, teacher asks the students to take out their textbook and recite the jazz chant the things they like to do together . Afterward, actions are added to the jazz chant. Teacher distributes the poem My Hobby to the students. Students read silently and then read aloud. Students have to complete their own poem and share with their friends. Teacher asks random students to share theirs. Finally, the teacher will highlight the lesson by talking about the moral values about the topic.

Content Standard

Learning Standard

4.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, 4.1.2 Able to sing action songs, recite pupils will be able to enjoy and appreciate rhymes, poems and songs. jazz chants and poems with correct pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.

4.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to plan, organize and produce creative works for enjoyment.

4.3.1 Able to produce simple creative works with guidance based on: (b) jazz chants

2.2 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to demonstrate understanding of a variety of linear and nonlinear texts in the form of print and non-print materials using a range of strategies to construct meaning.

2.2.2 Able to read and understand phrases in linear and non-linear texts with guidance.

2.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, 2.3.1(b) Able to read simple text with pupils will be able to read independently for information and enjoyment. guidance:onfiction.

Behavioural Objectives By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

I. II. III.

Read the jazz chant with correct rhythm and pronunciation with guidance. Read the poem with correct rhythm and pronunciation with guidance. Answer and fill in the blanks correctly for Worksheet 1.

Previous Knowledge Students had learnt to listen to and follow simple instructions.

Contents

Grammatical Item: [To be found in Jazz Chant and flash cards]

Simple present continuous tense Example: drawing, reading, swimming

Vocabulary: [To be found in Jazz Chants]

Example: enjoys, sharks, trucks

Moral Value Use time wisely

Teaching Aids Textbook, puzzle, Worksheet 1, LCD and flash cards

Thinking Skill(s) Recalling, applying

Stages & Procedures Stages Set Induction Procedures 1. The teacher introduces the topic by asking the students what they usually do during their free time. 2. The teacher selects some students to answer the question. Remarks 5 minutes

3. The teacher then distributes the puzzle pieces to each student. 4. Students have to find their match and sit in a group. Activity 1 1. The teacher then conducts the Guess what I am doing? game. 2. Each group have to select one representative to come out in front of the class. 3. Teacher shows the flash cards to the 15 minutes

representative and he or she has to act out the action. 4. The other students of the representative group have to guess the action that their friend is doing.

Activity 2

1. The teacher asks the students to take out their textbook and read the jazz chant of The things they like to do. 2. The teacher leads the students to read aloud the jazz chant 3. After that, students repeat the jazz chant by adding action into it. 1. Then, the teacher distributes the poem My hobby. 2. The teacher gives students some time to read the poem silently. 3. Next, the students read the poem My hobby loudly. 4. Next, the students are then given a worksheet. 5. The students have to create their own poem of

24 minutes

Activity 3

13 minutes

My Hobby 6. The students fill in the blanks and draw their hobby in the worksheet given. 7. The students share and show their work to their friends. 8. After that, the teacher selects some students to present their poems. Closure 1. The teacher will highlight the lesson by talking about the moral values about the topic. 3 minutes

Reflection: