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LISTENING & SPEAKING

Class
: Year 4
Time
: 60 minutes
Focus
: Listening and Speaking
Theme
: World of Knowledge
Topic
: Transports
Content Standard : 1.1
Learning Standard
: 1.1.3 Able to listen to and recite rhymes, tongue twisters
and sing songs paying
attention to pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
Learning Outcomes
: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1) Sing a song with correct pronunciation
CCE
: Contextual learning
Teaching Aids
: Minus one, pictures and worksheet
Activities
:
1) Teacher plays a minus one of the Row,row,row your boat song and acts out
the moves of transports (acting of movement of each vehicle).
2) Pupils listen to and guess the song based on the teachers actions
3) Teacher displays six pictures of vehicles.
4) Pupils name the vehicles asked by the teacher.
5) Teacher sings the song and pupils listen.
6) Pupils read the lyrics with correct pronunciation and intonation
7) Teacher sings the song again and pupils follow.
8) Pupils sing along the song again with actions
9) Teacher pastes pictures and names of vehicles on the board.
10)
Pupils will carry out pair activity:
Pupil A : Make sounds of vehicles.
Pupil B : Guess and say out the name of vehicles.
11)
Pupils sing the song with the correct actions while moving around the
class.
READING
Class
: Year 4
Time
: 60 minutes
Focus
: Reading
Theme
: World of Knowledge
Topic
: Transportations
Content Standard : 2.2
Learning Standard : 2.2.2Able to read and understand phrases and sentences from:
a) Non-linear answers by answering simple close ended
questions.
Learning Outcomes
: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1) Understand, phrases and sentences in advertisement, and
2) Answer simple questions based on the advertisement read.
CCE
: Entrepreneurship
Teaching Aids
: Giant Advertisement, Task Sheet
Moral Values : Appreciation
Activities
:
1) Recall the transportation learnt.
2) Teacher pastes the Giant Advertisement on the board.
3) Teacher introduces the advertisement.
4) Teacher gives few minutes for the pupils to study the Giant advertisement.

5) Discuss on the understanding of the advertisement.


6) Teacher distributes task sheets. Pupils answer simple close-ended questions.
7) Discuss the answers.
WRITING
Class
: Year 4
Time
: 60 minutes
Focus
: Writing
Theme
: World of Knowledge
Topic
: Transportations
Content Standard : 3.2
Learning Standard : 3.2.1Able to transfer information with guidance to complete:
a) linear texts
3.2.2
Able to write with guidance:
a) labels
Learning Outcomes
: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1) Transfer information from non-linear text to linear text.
2) Label parts of the car by using brace map. ( i-THINK)
CCE
: Thinking Skills
Teaching Aids
: Non-linear text, linear text, pictures, worksheets
Moral Values : Appreciation
Activities
:
1) Teacher shows the non-linear text and asks WH- questions.
E.g.: What is the name of the car?
Who is the salesman?
2) Teacher gives the linear text with some blank space. ( B3DT1EI )
3) Pupils need to transfer the information from the non-linear text into linear
text.
4) Teacher divides the groups into four.
5) Pupils need to label the parts of the car by using brace map. ( answers are
provided )
LANGUAGE ARTS
Class
: Year 4
Time
: 60 minutes
Focus
: Language Arts
Theme
: World of Stories
Topic
: Graphic Novel The Jungle Book
Content Standard : 4.2
Learning Standard : 4.2.1Able to respond to literary texts:
a) characters
b) place and time
Learning Outcomes
: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1) Respond to the literary text, pertaining to characters, place
and time, as read.
CCE
: Constructivism, Multiple Intelligences Interpersonal, Thinking Skills
(Applying)
Teaching Aids
: Graphic Novel The Jungle Book
Moral Values : Love for the Environment
Activities
:
1) Pupils are divided into groups of 4 5 persons.

2) Each group is given an envelope containing strips of the synopsis of all five
chapters of the story. (Each strip is numbered according to the chapters and
folded to ensure that pupils do not read all strips before predicting)
3) In respective groups, one pupil will read the first strip to his / her group
members. Then, they discuss and predict what they think would happen next.
Pupils write their prediction at the back of the first strip.
4) Another pupil reads the second strip and the members listen. Pupils then
compare what is read with their prediction. Steps 3 and 4 are repeated with
the following strips until the end of the story.
5) Pupils from each group take turns reading aloud the synopsis of the story in
the correct sequence.
Impact
: 40/40 of the pupils were able to respond to the literary text
with partial guidance from
teacher.
GRAMMAR
Class
: Year 4
Time
: 60 minutes
Focus
: Grammar
Theme
: World of Knowledge
Topic
: Transportations
Content Standard : 5.1
Learning Standard : 5.1.6Able to use adjectives correctly and appropriately:
b) Superlatives
Learning Outcomes
: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1) Fill in the blanks with the correct superlatives.
CCE
: Assessment, Conceptual Learning
Teaching Aids
: Task Sheet and Grammar Table
Moral Values : Appreciation
Activities
:
1) Recall the transportation learnt.
2) Pupils talk about the pictures shown by the teacher.
3) Teacher introduces the grammar table and explains about superlatives.
4) Pupils are tested their understanding by answering random questions asked
by the teacher.
5) Pupils complete tasks sheet given by filling in blanks with the correct
superlatives.