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LESSON PLAN

Class

: 5 Arif (Lower intermediate to intermediate proficiency level)

Enrolment

: 35 students

Date

: 23rd February 2016 (Monday)

Time

: 9.00 am 10.00 am

Theme

: World of Knowledge

Topic

: The Crime Fighter of the Night! (Superheroes: Unit 3)

Focused skill : Reading


Integrated skill(s): Writing

Content Standards

Learning Standards

2.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will 2.3.1

Able to read for information and enjoyment with

be able to read independently for information and guidance:


enjoyment.

(a) fiction

Language focus

Behavioural objectives : By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to :


1) In groups, read and match correctly the answers to the comprehension questions based on the
text given.
2) Individually, create a gadget they would invent for Batman and write the function of the newly
created gadget.
Previous knowledge: Exposure to fictional text
Instructional materials: Worksheets, transformational board, batman props, pictures
Educational emphasis: Moral values Protecting others
CCTS Drawing mental pictures

Stages
Set Induction

Contents
Whole-class participation

(5 mins.)

Teaching-learning Activities

Rationale

1. The teacher calls a volunteer up

front to the class


2. Using her giant board as a makeshift

dressing room, the teacher dresses

Remarks

To gain pupils
interests.
To introduce the
topic.
To build schemata.

Teaching aids:

To provide examples
that can be later
used as reference
To teach students
the vocabulary that
will be found in their
reading text later on.

Teaching aids:

To practise the
taught skill

Teaching aids

Batman mask an
cape (APPENDI
A)

the student in a batman mask and


cape.
3. The teacher removes her makeshift
dressing room and asks the class
what superhero their friend is trying
to impersonate.
4. The teacher introduces the topic to
Presentation

Whole-class participation

(15 mins.)

Practice
(15 mins.)

-High tech
-Gear
-Retrieve
-Intelligence
-Martial arts
- Goggles
- Vehicle
-Gadgets
- Glide
- Explosives
Group work

the class.
1. The teacher introduces the

vocabulary for the day by asking the


class to match the words with the

meaning or pictures
2. The teacher gives further

Transformationa
board
(APPENDIX B)

explanations if necessary

1. The teacher hands out a reading text

Completing worksheet
based on reading text

to each student.
2. The teacher asks the class to read

Reading text
(APPENDIX D)

the text silently and raise their hands

Worksheet
(APPENDIX C)

if they have trouble understanding


any parts of the text.
3. The teacher then hands out the
worksheet to each group.
4. The teacher explains to the students
on how to complete the worksheet;
students are to read the text and
match the answers to the questions
accordingly. The amount of possible
answers given are 13; students need
only to pick 7 out of these 13.
5. The teacher asks a representative
from each group to come to front of
the class to present their work.
6. The teacher checks students work as
Production

Individual work

(20 mins.)

Create your own gadget


for Batman

a whole class.
1. The teacher pastes on the board a
picture of a gadget.
2. The teacher writes on the board the
function of that gadget
3. The teacher instructs the whole class
to create their own gadget for

To allow room for


creativity (HOTs)
To expand their
newly learnt skill on
to a new level

Teaching aids
Blank A4 paper
(APPENDIX E)

Batman and the function of the


created gadget
4. The teacher asks some volunteers to
Closure

Whole class participation

present their work to the class.


1. The teacher plays a dice game with

Dice game

the class.
2. Each number represents a particular

(3 mins.)

task; ie : Which superhero is your


favourite?
3. The teacher chooses the student to
roll the dice by playing music and
stopping randomly.
4. The teacher inculcates the moral
value of protecting others and looking
out for one another.

To summarize the
lesson
To inculcate the
moral value

Teaching aid:
Custom dice
game
(APPENDIX F)