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Date :


Time :

3.00p.m. – 3.30p.m.

Class :

3 Kambar

Number of Pupils :


Proficiency Level :

Low to intermediate

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Theme :
Topic :
Content Standard :

World of Knowledge
Water Creatures
1.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to understand and respond to oral
in a variety contexts.

Learning Standards :

1.3.1 Able to listen to and demonstrate understanding of oral texts by:
(b) answering simple Wh-Questions
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:

Lesson Objectives :

Cross Curricular
Element (EMK) :
Emphases :

Teaching Aids :

1. Answer simple wh-questions orally.
2. Rearrange at least four jumbled up sentences in the worksheet give with neat legible print.
Creative & Innovative
i. CCTS – Critical Thinking: Identify main idea.
ii.Multiple Intelligences –Linguistic, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Naturalistic
iii. Moral Values – Love and value environment.
iv. Olympic Values – Joy of effort
Dialogue, worksheet

4. What did Philip see in the documentary? 2. How does a porcupine fish swell its body? 3. What is on the porcupine fish’s body? 3. Teacher can corrects them if they pronounce the words wrongly. 2. 6. Teacher writes a letter chain on the blackboard. Teacher asks simple question if it is necessary. Teacher writes all the letters that is left on the board and asks pupils to read. 4. Pupils need to raise their stick name in order for teacher picks them to answer the question. need to answer the question orally. Teacher can helps them by giving them clue if they cannot answer. A porcupine fish is not poisonous. 5. Teacher randomly chooses any pupil to come to Eg: Pbbbovvvrbbcvvubbpbbivvnvvve the front and erase the letter that instructs by the bbfvvibbsbbh teacher. Teacher relates to the lesson. True or false. Teaching materials: Picture on “Porcupine Fish” 2. Pupils listen to the audio twice in order to get gist 2. Practice (12 minutes) Listen and Answer Question Teaching Materials: dialogue about ‘Porcupine Fish’. 3. Teacher shows picture of “Porcupine Fish”. When will the porcupine fish swell its body? of the dialogue. 3. 1.Activity Set induction (3 minutes) Teaching & Learning Strategy/ Activity Notes Letter chain MI: Linguistic. Linguistic its body. Teacher plays a dialogue recording about Example of questions: “Porcupine Fish” 1. 4. Intrapersonal 1. Teacher describes the fish and shows the parts of MI: Spatial. Teacher allows pupils to ask any question if they do not understand. 4. Teacher asks a few wh-questions and the pupils 5. Jumbled sentences (worksheet) Production . Presentation (5minutes) Input and information 1.

Pupil who holding the balloon needs to tell the class what they have learnt. Naturalistic 2.(7 minutes) Closure (3 minutes) 1. linguistic. Pupils need to rearrange the words in order to get a complete sentence. Passing balloon 1. 2. Teacher concludes the lesson. Teacher distributes the worksheet. MI: Bodily Kinesthetic. 3. 4. 3. Teacher stops the music. MI: Linguistic. Teacher passes a balloon to the pupils. 4. 5. Pupils listen to the instruction given by the Moral Value: Love and value environment teacher. Intrapersonal. Teacher can gives clue to those who are weak. Pupils need to pass the balloon to their friends while the music plays. 5. interpersonal . The worksheet requires the pupils to rearrange the word into a sentence.