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Day 1: Listening and Speaking

Theme

:

World of Stories

Topic

:

Animals

Learning Standard
:
1.1.3 Able to listen to and recite poems,
tongue twisters, and sing songs
paying attention to pronunciation,
rhythm and intonation.
Objectives

Time

: By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to sing
song, pay attention
to pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
:

Teaching Aids

9.00 – 10.00 a.m
:

Power-Point consisting of lyrics of a song

Cross Curricular Elements: Multiple Intelligence
Steps:
Pre- Listening
1. Pupils are asked to name animals that live and crawl on the ground.
2. Teacher shows picture of a worm and explains to pupils about worms.
While-Listening
1. Pupils listen to the presentation of the Power-Point “A Thousand Legged
Worm”(audio)
2. Pupils follow and sing along with teacher.
3. Pupils in groups of four and gets them to sing in groups
Teacher pays attention to their pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
Post-Listening
1. Pupils are given time to practise the song with action.
2. Pupils present the song with action.
3. Pupils are required to pronounce the words that has been deleted in the lyrics.
(Note : the words are still projected on the screen as a guideline for the
students.)

Hop around Hop. Have you seen that leg of mine? If it can't be found. On my nine-hundred and ninety nine. Then I've to hop around. . As it gave a little squirm. On my nine-hundred and ninety nine. Hop (2X) Have you seen that leg of mine? If it can't be found. Then I've to hop around.A Thousand Legged Worm Said a thousand legged worm.

Pupils are required to arrange the sentence strips in the correct order. 2. Post-Reading 1. 2. Group leader will present the predicted ending.2 (a) Able to read and understand phrases and sentences from: linear texts. 3.m : Handout/Worksheet Cross Curricular Elements: Multiple intelligence Pre-Reading 1. (Pupils get clues from the teacher). 2. Pupils are put into groups and each group is given an envelope containing strips of sentences of the story. Some difficult words are explained to the pupils. Pupils respond to the questions asked by the teacher.00 – 10. Teacher shows a picture of an eye and asks them to guess which animal that it belongs to. .2. 3. 3. to read and demonstrate understanding of text by: a) sequencing b) predicting with guidance. While-Reading (Note : Text is not shown at this point) 1. 4. Teacher comments and gives feedback and reveals the actual ending of the story.g: a) What animals live in the water? 2.2. Time Teaching Aids : 9.00 a. Pupils are introduced to the reading text on the screen. Pupils read out the story and then teacher gives feedback. Objectives : By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to: a) read and sequence the story b) predict the outcome of the story.3(b) Able to listen.Day 2 : Reading Theme Topic : World of Stories : The Little Fish Learning Standard : 2. In groups pupils discuss and predict the outcome/ending of the story. e. Pupils are asked a few ‘WH’ questions.

. fat bean... a big... a little fish was out swimming in the river with her mother... "Hello.... The little fish thought that she had never seen anything so funny......... Suggested answer: that she should be called that.. but the little fish wanted to swim faster and go farther....... she saw a large bean stalk and on the bean stalk. The water was clear and warm...... ............. She burst into tears and hurried off to complain to her mother about it.." the bean called back.... The little fish felt very hurt .. growing on the bank..........." she called to the bean...... She looked...... "Hello.......... Fargo. Nemo.....The Little Fish One day...... So the little fish swam on and on till she reached the riverbank.... and there.....

00 a. Pupils complete a mind map. "Hello." the bean called back. The Little Fish One day.Day 3 : Writing Theme : World of Story Topic : Animals Learning Standard : 3. a big. The water was clear and warm.00 – 10. The little fish felt very hurt that she should be called that. fat bean. and there. Fargo . Cross Curricular Elements: Constructivism Pre-Writing 1. she saw a large bean stalk and on the bean stalk. Pupils read the text shown on the Power-Point slides Writing 4. The little fish thought that she had never seen anything so funny. So the little fish swam on and on till she reached the riverbank. Objectives : By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to transfer information from linear text to a mind map. 5. Time : Teaching Aids 9." she called to the bean. She burst into . growing on the bank. Nemo "Hello. but the little fish wanted to swim faster and go farther. a little fish was out swimming in the river with her mother.1 Able to transfer information with guidance to complete a non-linear text. Pupils watch a video clip about a fish 2.2. Pupils peer-check with guidance from teacher.m : Video clip about a tortoise. She looked. .

2. 4.m Teaching Aids : Text of a story Cross Curricular Elements: Contextual Learning Steps: 1. Day 4 : Grammar Theme : World of Story Topic : Grammar . The little fish thought that she had never seen anything so funny. Fargo." she called to the bean. but the little fish wanted to swim faster and go farther. fat bean. growing on the bank. "Hello. ." the bean called back. Pupils are given a new task sheet containing sentences where they need to insert the nouns that they indentified earlier. 3. "Hello.Common Noun Learning Standard appropriately : 5.00 – 10. Pupils responses are written on the board and teacher explains what are nouns. Pupils are asked to name the things around them in the classroom. So the little fish swam on and on till she reached the riverbank. The Little Fish One day. a big. She looked. she saw a large bean stalk and on the bean stalk. Nemo. b) Fill in the blanks with the correct common nouns. The water was clear and warm.1 Able to use nouns correctly and (a)Common nouns Objectives : By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to : a) identify and state common nouns in a text.1. Time : 9.00 a. and there. Pupils read the text again and identify the nouns by circling the common nouns.tears and hurried off to complain to her mother about it. a little fish was out swimming in the river with her mother.

She burst into tears and hurried off to complain to her mother about it.The little fish felt very hurt that she should be called that. .