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Class : Year 5
Subject : English
: World of Self

Date : 21st April 2015

Enrollment : 16/17
: Malaysian Legend

Focused Skill : Reading

Integrated Skill(s)

Time : 10.40 - 11.40 am

Day 2 : Reading

: Language Art

Learning Standards : 2.3.1 - Able to read for information and enjoyment with guidance:
(b) Non-fiction
4.3.2 - Able to plan, prepare and participate in a performance with guidance based on literacy works

: By the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to:

1) read non-fiction materials for information and enjoyment with correct pronunciation
2) Participate in a performance of choral speaking
3) Utilize voice and body gesture when performing choral speaking

Teaching aids

: Poem written in manila card for each group (taken from English Year 5 textbook)

Moral Value

: appreciation towards literature


: Creativity and Innovation



Teacher/pupils activity


Set induction

Whole class

- Teacher asks students questions

To create an introductory of

(5 minutes)


- Teacher explain about choral

what choral speaking is to

1. Have you ever heard of choral

speaking in reading

students so that they have an

speaking ?

idea of choral speaking.

2. Do you know that we can read in

a fun way through choral speaking?

Whole class

- Teacher display a poem of

(10 minutes)

Question :

Seaside written on a manila card

1. Do you know the meaning of the

on the board.


- Teacher asks students to read the

- to expose students of the

2. Have you ever been to a seaside

title together and asks them few

experience being at the




3. What normally you bring with you

- Teacher read the poem highlighting

- to help students improves

to a seaside?

some vocabulary that rhymes and

sight vocabulary and

emphasizing on the pronunciation


- Teacher gets students to read aloud

- improves understanding of

the poem together

the poem through repeated


While- Reading
(25 minutes)

Whole class

Task One :
- Teacher model the poem Seaside

Get students to experience the

in choral speaking manner

suggested patterns in a choral

- Students assigned to recite the


rhyming words
Task Two :
Individual / pairs

- Teacher assigned individual and

pairs with their own stanza and read
them on their own arrangements or

Group by group

Task Three:
- Students are in groups with each
other group responsible for certain
part of the poem
Task Four:

Getting the students to work as

- Each group are given the poem of

a team to plan a creative way


of presenting their poem

- Teacher asks them to practising

reading in a competition

choral speaking using Line-A-Child

patterns where all students in a
group speaks a line in their own
suggested voices including action
Post- Reading

Language Arts skill

- Teacher explain to the students that

To stimulate students

(15 minutes)

Group performances

the competition is not about the

imagination and interest

performance but more to team work

towards reading in different

and for enjoyment.


- students sit in group

- Each group present their

Whole class

- Teacher gets students to talk about

(5 minutes)

Speaking skill

their feelings after their performance


on choral speaking

1. How do you feel after performing

- Teacher recaps the lesson with give

the poem in choral speaking?

away little present for each group

To gets them to speak