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Stage/Time

Set Induction
(5 minutes)

Content
The background
picture of a farm
when teacher enters
the class as a farmer:

Teaching & Learning


1. Teacher enters the classroom as a
farmer acting like he just came back
from a farm.
2. Teacher plays a song of My Own
Farm using the guitar.
3. Teacher relates with the previous
knowledge and explains about the
content of the lesson that they are
going to learn.

Notes/Remarks
CCTS:
Generating
ideas
MI:
Linguistic,
verbal, visual
and sound
TA:
LCD, Guitar

Presentation
(15 minutes)

Powerpoint
Presentation of My
Farm Animal refers
to Appendix 1

1. Teacher displays a powerpoint


presentation of My Farm Animal
showing different pictures of animals
together with their characteristics.
2. Pupils answer Wh-questions about
the characteristics of animals shown.
3. Teacher acts as if he forgot to type
few words on the slides and asks for
any volunteers to write the missing
word on the whiteboard.
4. Teacher drills on the spelling and
the pronunciation of new words.

CCTS:
Analysing,
identifying
characteristics
MI:
Linguistic,
verbal and
visual
MV:
Save our
animals
TA:
LCD
CCTS:
Analysing,
identifying
characteristics
MI:
Linguistic,
verbal and
visual
MV:
Save our
animals
TA:
Worksheet
CCTS:
Analysing,
identifying
characteristics
MI:
Linguistics and
visual
MV:
Save our
animals
TA:
Mahjong Paper,
Whiteboard

Highlighted words:
Goat Horns, Hoofs
Cow Tail, Meat
Chicken Wings,
Egg

Practice
(15 minutes)

Mind Map about the


characteristics of an
animal refers to
Appendix 2

Production
(20 minutes)

Animals used in the


exercises:
- Chicken
- Cow
- Goat

1. Teacher distributes an empty mind


map about the characteristics of an
animal to everyone in the classroom.
2. Pupils need to complete the mind
map by writing the characteristics of
an animal based on the pictures
given.
3. Teacher walks all over the
classroom to guide the pupils to
answer the questions.
4. Teacher checks the answers by
asking for volunteers to read their
answers
1. Teacher tells the pupils that they
are going to play a game called Our
Animal!
2. Teacher assigns each group with
different farm animals.
2. Teacher distributes a mah-jong
paper to each group and sentence
strips to everyone in the group.
3. Teacher displays an example of a
short paragraph describing the
characteristics of an animal on the
powerpoint presentation.
4. Pupils use the example to

Closure
(5 minutes)

Sample of WhQuestions:
1. Which animal eat
grain, worms, and
corns?
2. Why does duck
have webbed foot?

rearrange the sentence strips to form


a short paragraph describing the
characteristics of an animal
assigned.
5. Pupils then need to rewrite the
rearranged sentence strips on the
mah-jong paper.
6. Teacher checks the answers by
asking each group to read their
answers.
1. Teacher checks pupils
understanding by asking WhQuestions about the lesson learned.
2. Teacher explains that there are
many farm animals that they can find
and encourages pupils to explore.
3. Teacher reinforces the knowledge
and the moral values of the lesson.
4. Teacher congratulates everyone
for giving cooperation throughout the
lesson.

marker,
sentence strips.

CCTS:
Drawing
Conclusions
MI:
Linguistic &
Verbal
MV:
Take good care
of our things