DATE SUBJECT LESSON PLAN

English
Literature
Objective:
No. of Students:

By the end of the class the student will have understood the
rhyme in Work-Sheet #1 and will be able to properly pronounce
the words included in the poem.

Initial Stage:

The Students will be provided with the Work-Sheet in question
and informed as to the format.

Development Stage:

Stage One

The students will listen as the teacher animatedly acts and reads
out ‘Dinosaur’ from Work-Sheet #1.

Stage Two

The students will be explained the difficult words in the
worksheet, e.g. – dinosaur, grand, treat etc. and be provided with
a word meaning sheet for the words.

Stage Three

The students will then be prompted to recite the rhyme in a
chorus, and then be made to complete the exercise questions
from ‘Understanding the Poem’ (1-5) both orally and in a written
form in their copies.

Cumulative:

The teacher will conclude the class through the collection of all
the provided worksheets.

Remarks:




DATE SUBJECT LESSON PLAN
English
Literature
Objective:
No. of Students:

By the end of the class the student will have completed
Work-Sheet #1.

Initial Stage:

The Students will be provided with the Work-Sheet in question
and informed as to the format.

Development Stage:

Stage One

The students will listen as the teacher animatedly acts and reads
out ‘Dinosaur’ from Work-Sheet #1 in order to recap the previous
class.

Stage Two

The students will be explained how to complete ‘Write Well’.

Stage Three

The students will then be prompted to recite the rhyme in a
chorus, and then be explained the exercise questions ‘Write Well’,
and taught to complete them.

Cumulative:

The teacher will conclude the class through the collection of all
the provided worksheets.

Remarks:




DATE SUBJECT LESSON PLAN
English
Literature
Objective:
No. of Students:

By the end of the class the student will have understood the
rhyme in Work-Sheet #2 and will be able to properly pronounce
the words included in the poem.

Initial Stage:

The Students will be provided with the Work-Sheet in question
and informed as to the format.

Development Stage:

Stage One

The students will listen as the teacher animatedly acts and reads
out ‘Windy Day’ from Work-Sheet #2.

Stage Two

The students will be explained the difficult words in the
worksheet, e.g. – joined, chasing, bustling etc. and be provided
with a word meaning sheet for the words.

Stage Three

The students will then be prompted to recite the rhyme in a
chorus, and then be made to complete the exercise questions
from ‘Understanding the Poem’ (1-5) both orally and in a written
form in their copies.

Cumulative:

The teacher will conclude the class through the collection of all
the provided worksheets.

Remarks:





DATE SUBJECT LESSON PLAN
English
Literature
Objective:
No. of Students:

By the end of the class the student will have completed
Work-Sheet #2.

Initial Stage:

The Students will be provided with the Work-Sheet in question
and informed as to the format.

Development Stage:

Stage One

The students will listen as the teacher animatedly acts and reads
out ‘Windy Day’ from Work-Sheet #2 in order to recap the
previous class.

Stage Two

The students will be explained how to complete ‘Learn Right’,
Questions (1-3) and then be given time to complete them.

Stage Three

The students will then be prompted to recite the rhyme in a
chorus, and then be explained the exercise questions from ‘Write
Well’, and taught to complete them.

Cumulative:

The teacher will conclude the class through the collection of all
the provided worksheets.

Remarks:



DATE SUBJECT LESSON PLAN
English
Literature
Objective:
No. of Students:

By the end of the class the student will have understood the story
in Work-Sheet #3 and will be able to properly pronounce the
words included in the story.

Initial Stage:

The Students will be provided with the Work-Sheet in question
and informed as to the format.

Development Stage:

Stage One

The students will listen as the teacher animatedly acts and reads
out ‘The Best Dad in the World’ from Work-Sheet #3.

Stage Two

The students will be explained the difficult words in the
worksheet, e.g. – duke, steady, cheer etc. and be provided with a
word meaning sheet for the words.

Stage Three

The students will then be prompted to reread the story in a turns,
and then be asked the exercise questions from ‘Read Right’ (1-4)
both orally and in a written form in their copies.

Cumulative:

The teacher will conclude the class through the collection of all
the provided worksheets.

Remarks:





DATE SUBJECT LESSON PLAN
English
Literature
Objective:
No. of Students:

By the end of the class the student will have completed
Work-Sheet #3.

Initial Stage:

The Students will be provided with the Work-Sheet in question
and informed as to the format.

Development Stage:

Stage One

The students will listen as the teacher animatedly acts and reads
out ‘The Best Dad in the World’ from Work-Sheet #3 in order to
recap the previous class.

Stage Two

The students will be explained how to complete ‘Learn Right’,
Questions (1-3) and then be given time to complete them.

Stage Three

The students will then be prompted to reread the story in a turns,
and then be explained the exercise questions from ‘Write Well’
and Activity Time, and then taught to complete them.

Cumulative:

The teacher will conclude the class through the collection of all
the provided worksheets and copies.

Remarks:



DATE SUBJECT LESSON PLAN
English
Literature
Objective:
No. of Students:

By the end of the class the student will have understood the
rhyme in Work-Sheet #4 and will be able to properly pronounce
the words included in the story.

Initial Stage:

The Students will be provided with the Work-Sheet in question
and informed as to the format.

Development Stage:

Stage One

The students will listen as the teacher animatedly acts and reads
out ‘How Stories came into the World’ from Work-Sheet #4.

Stage Two

The students will be explained the difficult words in the
worksheet, e.g. – grain, camel, trampled etc. and be provided with
a word meaning sheet for the words.

Stage Three

The students will then be prompted to reread the story in a turns,
and then be asked the exercise questions from ‘Read Right’ both
orally and in a written form in their copies.

Cumulative:

The teacher will conclude the class through the collection of all
the provided worksheets.

Remarks: