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Class

5 Kuning

Date

17th April 2015

Time

7:30 a.m 8:30 a.m

Number of Pupils

32

Focus

Language Art

Integrated Skill

Listening and Speaking

Theme

World Of Knowledge

Topic

Miss Antrobus (POEM)


4.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to enjoy and appreciate rhymes, poems

Content Standard

and songs.
4.1.1 Able to enjoy jazz chants, poems and songs through non-verbal response.

Learning Standard

4.1.2 Able to listen to, sing songs, recite jazz chants and poems with correct stress pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation.
4.3.2 Able to plan, prepare and participate in a performance with guidance based on literary works.
By the end of the lesson, pupils will:

Objective

(a) recite the poem with correct stress pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
(b) create their own poem with guidance

Cross-curricular elements

(a) Thinking skills

Interpreting information
Making associations and connections

Generating ideas
Predicting
Interpreting and connecting
Making generalization

(b) Multiple Intelligences


(c) Constructivism
(d) Contextual learning

(a) Picture of Miss Antrobus and octopus


(b) Miss Antrobus poem

Teaching aids

(a) Be brave
(b) Listen when someone is talking

Moral values

Activity
Set induction (5 minutes):
1. Teacher shows a picture of Miss Antrobus
and octopus.
2. Then, teacher will play a game Miss
Antrobus VS octopus.

Content
AVA:
(a) Picture of Miss Antrobus and octopus.
Thinking Skills:

Teachers notes
CCTS (HOTS question):
Integrated skill:
1.2.2 Able to listen, follow,
and give instructions.

Remarks

Activity
Instructional Language:

Content

Teachers notes

(a) Making associations and connections


(b) Interpreting information

1. Good morning pupils. This is Miss


Antrobus. Say hi to Miss Antrobus.
This is octopus.
2. Now, we will play a game.
3. When I say Miss Antrobus I want this
row to stand up and when I say

Multiple Intelligences:
(a) Interpersonal
(b) Verbal Linguistic
Learning Strategies/Approach/Techniques:

octopus I want these rows to stand up.


Are you ready?

Presentation (20 minutes)


1. Teacher recites the poems first.
2. Teacher asks the pupils to read after her
with action.
3. Teacher explains about the poem.
4. Teacher explains the word that rhyme in
the poem (wriggles, giggles, juggles,
pickles, tickles)
Instructional Language:

(a) Whole-class approach

AVA:

CCTS:

a) Miss Antrobus poem

1. Do you know what is


the meaning of the

Thinking Skills:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Generating ideas
Interpreting information
Making associations and connections
Contextual learning

Multiple Intelligences:

word wriggles?
.

Remarks

Activity
1. Class, today we will learn about a poem
entitled Miss Antrobus
2. I am going to recite the poem first. Pay
attention to my pronunciation, rhythm and
intonation . Now,repeat after me.
3. Do you have any words that you do not
understand?

Content

Teachers notes

(a) Interpersonal
(b) Verbal Linguistic
(c) Musical intelligence
Learning Strategies/Approach/Techniques:
(a) Sight word approach
(b) Language experience approach
(c) Eclectic method

Moral values
a) Love your pets
b) Be kind to animals
Practice (15 minutes)
1. Teacher asks the pupils to get into groups
of four.
2. Teacher asks the pupils to change the
poem into a song.
3. Pupils present their song in front of the
class.
4. Then, teacher asks pupils to think of their
favourite pet.
5. The teacher asks pupils to create their own

Thinking Skills:
(a) Generating ideas

Integrated skill:
2.2.2 Able to read and
understand phrases and

Multiple Intelligences:
(a) Verbal linguistic
(b) Interpersonal
(c) Musical intelligence
Learning Strategies/Approach/Techniques:

sentences from:
(a) linear texts

Remarks

Activity

Content

poem based on their favorite pet.


6. Teacher shows an example of a new
modified poem.
Instructional Language:

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Teachers notes

Whole-class approach
Language experience approach
Sight word approach
Eclectic method

Moral Value:

1. Class, get into a group of four.


2. Now we are going to do an interesting

a) Be brave

activity which is changing the poem into a


song.
Production (15 minutes)

Thinking Skills:

1. Teacher asks the pupils to get into pairs.


2. Then, teacher explains about the activity.
3. The pupils need to combine their favourite
pet with their partners.
4. Pupils create a hybrid pet and write
descriptions based on the questions given
by the teacher.
5. Teacher explains what is a hybrid.
6. Teacher shows examples of

hybrid

animals.
7. Pupils present their work in front of the
class.

(a) Generating ideas


(b) Making associations or connections
Multiple Intelligences:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Interpersonal
Linguistic
Kinesthetic
Musical

Learning Strategies/Approach/Techniques:
(a) Group work

CCTS (HOTS question):


1. What is a hybrid?

Remarks

Activity

Content

Instructional Language:

(b) Language experience approach

1. Class, we will proceed to the next activity.


2. Draw you hybrid pet and write the
description based on these questions:
What is the name of your animal?
What does your animal look like?
Where does your animal live?
What does your animal like to eat?
Does your animal have any special
abilities?

Closure (5 minutes)
1. Teacher asks the pupils to replace
the animal in the Old-Mc-Donald
song with their hybrid pets name.
2. Teacher asks any volunteers to
3. Teacher concludes the lesson.
Instructional Language:
1. Now, I want all of you to sing the OldMc-Donald song. But, I want you to

Multiple Intelligences:
(a) Verbal Linguistic
(b) Musical
(c) Kinesthetic
Learning
Strategies/Approach/Techniques:
(a) Communicative approach

Teachers notes

Remarks

replace the animal in the song with


your hybrid pets name.

APPENDIX 1:

Jumbled sentences from Miss Antrobus poem


Why do you love your octopus,
Miss Antrobus, my dear
I love my octopus because
It hugs me and it wriggles

Why do you love your octopus,


Miss Antrobus, Miss Antrobus

I love my octopus because


It tickles, oh, it tickles

Richard Edwards

I love my octopus because


It juggles jars of pickles
I love my octopus because
Its wriggles give m giggles