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6th July 2015 (Monday)


12.20 p.m 1.00 p.m.
English
5 Bestari
33 pupils
Intermediate
World of Stories
Unit 7: The Kings Decision
Arranging The Story
Reading

Learning Standards:
Content Standard

Leaning Standard

2.2 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will


be able to demonstrate understanding of a variety of linear
and non-linear texts in the form of print and non-print
materials using a range of strategies to construct meaning.

2.2.3 Able to read and demonstrate


understanding of texts by:
(a) sequencing

Lesson Outcomes:
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1
2

Read the text with correct stress, pronunciation and enunciation in chain reading
activity
Answer correctly at least three out of five reading comprehension questions in the
textbook

Educational Emphases:

Pupils need to use their critical and creative thinking to answer the reading
comprehension questions

Teacher assesses pupils pronunciation and enunciation through chain reading


activity

Teacher assesses the pupils reading skills through reading comprehension


exercises

Visual ( Pictures are provided to explain the difficult words in the story)

Moral values are emphasised from the reading passage in the textbook

Thinking Skills

Assessment

Multiple
intelligences

Values and
citizenship

Language Content:
Idiom

Put their best foot forward, had butterflies in his stomach, kept a straight face.

Previous knowledge:
Simple and compound
sentences

Pupils have been exposed to simple and compound sentences

Teaching aids/ Resources:

Pictures of a king, village, a boy


Short story (refer textbook page 64)
Crown

Moral values :

Stage/Ti
me
Set
inductio
n
(5
minutes)

Be creative, be confident in yourself

Content

Teaching-Learning
Activity
1 Teacher shows few

1. Question:

pictures that related to

a- Who is it
in

the

picture?

the short stories.

2 Teacher asks the


pupils several
questions about the

b- Can you

pictures.

recall

3 Pupils share their

the
movie

that you

answers with teacher


Teacher writes the
pupils answers

1 To activate the
pupils
schemata

2 To

enhance
the
creative
and
critical
thinking

3 To

engaged
the pupils with
the activity

5 Teacher introduces

have
seen

the lesson for that

which

day.

had

king

in

it?

Rationale

4 To

introduce
the topic to
the pupils.

Remarks
A set
of
picture
s
related
to the
short
story.

Idioms
Prereading
(15minut
es)

1. Put their best


foot forward.
2. Had
butterflies in his
stomach.
3. Kept a
straight face.

Teacher

shows

sentence cards which

1) To impart

contain several idioms

knowledge of

in the short story.

the lesson

Teacher

asks

the

2) To add details

pupils whether they

about the

have come across the

lesson

1)
Teaching
materials :
Sente
nce
cards

idioms.
3

Teacher explains to
the

pupils

what

is

idiom.
4

Teacher explains the


meaning

of

the

idioms.
While
reading
(15minut
es)

1) The Kings
Decision
(refer textbook
page 64)

Teacher divides the


pupils into several
groups.
Teacher introduces a
short text to the pupils
in the textbook

Pupils are given to


five minutes to read
the story.

Teacher
distributes
the
task
sheets
containing jumble up
sentence strips.

The
pupils
will
rearrange
the
sentence
strips
according to the story
that they have read
before
in
their
respective groups.

Teacher checks the


answer
with
the

1 To make sure
the pupils get
the gist of the
story

2 To engaged the
pupils with the
activity by
sharing their
answers

Materials :
1)
Reading
text (refer
textbook
page 64)

pupils.
Post
reading
(20
minutes)

Closure
(5minute
s)

1) Reading
comprehensio
n exercises
- consists of five
questions
- the pupils
must refer the
text in order to
answer the
questions

1) Chain
Reading

Teacher
gives 1
instruction to the pupils
to do an exercise from
the textbook

To make sure
the pupils know
what they are
supposed to do

Pupils need to answer


the
reading 2
comprehension
questions in the text
book

To develop
critical thinking
among the
pupils

Pupils are given 10


minutes to complete
the work

Teacher walks around


to
check
pupils
progress

Teacher discusses the


answer with the pupils

Pupils
are
called
randomly to share their
answer.

1 The pupils will read the 1 To consolidate


whole story group by
group.

the lesson

Teaching
materials :
- Textbook
page 64
and 65