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Subject

English
Class
Year 5 Ixora
Enrolment
29 pupils
Level of proficiency
Low
Time
7.30 a.m – 8.30 a.m.
Date
10th August 2016
Day
Wednesday
Theme
World of Stories
Topic
Adventure Sports
Module
Writing
Content Standard and Learning Standard
Content Standard

Learning Standard

3.2 By the end of the 6-year primary
schooling, pupils will be able to form
letters and words in neat legible print
including cursive writing

3.1.1 Able to write in neat legible
print with correct spelling
(b) paragraphs

Learning objectives:
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1.
2. write an informal letter with guidance to advise a friend that is going join a BMX race.
Cross
curriculum Multiple Intelligence: Spatial
emphases
Contextual learning: Relate the knowledge with daily lives.
Language content
Instructional
materials
Previous knowledge
Anticipated
problems
Solutions
Stage/
Time
Set
induction
± 3 mins

Vocabulary: participate, courage, prevent, dehydration, remain
flash cards, task sheet, name container, PowerPoint slideshow
Pupils have knowledge about how to write informal letter before.
Some of the pupils may not be able to recap the format of writing an informal
letter.
Teacher gives example of an informal letter during presentation stage.
Content

What Am I?
I used to be an important
way to stay connected
with friends and families.
Long time ago, they used
to put me in an envelope
and paste a stamp on the
envelope. Now, I have
been replaced by current
technology like an email
because it is faster and
easier than me.
What Am I?

Question:
1. What am I?
2. How many types
of letters that you

Teaching and Learning Activity
1. Teacher pastes a manila card on the
whiteboard that has riddle on it.
2. Pupils try to answer the riddle.
3. Teacher poses some questions to the
pupils.

Rationale
1. To activate
pupils previous
schemata.
2. To engage
the pupils into
the lesson.

Remarks
- riddle
- PowerPoint
slideshow

4.flash cards . Teacher pastes word cards on the whiteboard. 1. Pupils need to fill in the blanks with the correct words that they have been introduced from the previous stage. Teacher writes the meaning from the dictionary on the whiteboard. Letters in the air! 1. To recall the format of an informal letter. 5.verbal communication . 1. Informal letter Words: 1. Teacher randomly picks a pupil’s name from the Poison container. 2. Pupils need to spell the words and draw the letters with their index finger in the air. 6. dehydration 5. Pupil that has been selected need to come in front and take the dictionary.know? Presentation ± 10 mins Practice ± 20 mins Production ±20 mins Closure ± 2 mins Anticipated respond: 1. To enhance understanding towards the lesson 1. Teacher repeats step number 2 to select pupils to find the meanings for the other words. A letter 2. 3. Pupils need to complete the format of the informal letter correctly. 2. 3. To test pupils’ understanding towards the lesson 1. Teacher shows the example of an informal letter.task sheet . Teacher reads aloud words that have been introduced before. 3.task sheet . courage 3.To emphasize the selected words 2. 2. The selected pupil needs to find the meaning of the word in the dictionary and tells it to the other pupils with help from teacher. 3.dictionary . Formal letter 3. Pupils need to also write the correct words to complete the letter. 1. To ensure better memorization . Pupils exchange the task sheet with their partners. 2.PowerPoint slideshow . To apply knowledge from previous activity. Teacher distributes task sheet to pupils. 7. Teacher summarizes the lesson. 2. 4. 1. remain 1. Teacher distributes second task sheet to pupils. participate 2. 2. To provide pupils with necessary input and background knowledge. prevent 4. Pupils do peer-checking.