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English Sills
Objectives

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Message /Moral Values


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Can show enjoyment
and appreciation of jazz
chants, poems, and
songs with satisfactory
non-verbal responses
Can sing songs, recite
jazz chants and poems
with a satisfactory
level of correct stress,
pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation
P/Level
No. Pupils
1
2

Enrolment:
English Language
Anthology of poems : At the playground
Contemporary Literature
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Enjoy jazz chants, poems and songs through non-verbal responses.
2. Recite poems with correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
4.1
4.3
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.3.1
Introduce the poem
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem.

Type of poem

Author

The title.

Stanza
Get to know the poem
The poem is about a child having fun at the playground.
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem.
( Who, what, when, where and why)

Ex: Who are the major characters?


What are they doing?
2. Identify and interpret difficult, figurative, metaphors, similes, idiomatic.

Swung swings slid slide raced kiss cuddle puddle


Practise the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem and pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in group, in pair, as individually.
4. Practise in group.

Perform the poem based on their creativity.

The child did many things at the play ground: swung on the swing, slid on the slides.

What other things can you see and do at the playground.


Demonstrate the poem
1. Tell your friends an incident in our life that ended badly.
2.Rewrite the poem: shape poem.
Have fun
Be careful Love your parents
Give stars to the poem.
Reflections/Remarks

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Date:
Day:
Class
Time
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Title
English Sills
Objectives

Content Standard
Learning Standard
ACTIVITIES:
Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Message / Moral values


Closure
Descriptor
Can express satisfactory
personal responses to

Enrolment:
English Language
Anthology of poems : Clap Your Hands
Contemporary Literature
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with guidance.
2. enjoy the poem
4.1 4.3
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.3.1
Introduce the poem
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem.

Type of poem.

Author

The title.

stanza
Get to know the poem
This poem talks about having fun while playing with your friends.
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem.
( Who, what, when, where and why)

Ex: Who are the major characters?


What are they doing?
2. Identify and interpret difficult, figurative, metaphors, similes, idiomatic.

Sleepyhead
Practise the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem and pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in group, in pair, as individually.
4. Practise in group.

Perform the poem based on their creativity.

Do the actions as you recite the poem.

Work in groups. Think of other things that can be done (i) above your head (ii)
behind your back and (iii) from side to side
Demonstrate the poem
1. Rewrite and complete the poem.

Think ways you and your friends can keep awake during(a) English class (b) any
boring activity.
Message : Have fun with your friends
Give stars to the poem.
Reflections/Remarks

literary texts on
character(s) place and
time values.
Can plan, produce and
display good creative
works based on literary
texts using a variety of
media.
Can plan, prepare and
participate in a
performance based on
literary works at a good
level.
P/Level
No. Pupils
1
2
3
4
5
6
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English Sills
Objectives

Content Standard
Learning Standard
ACTIVITIES:
Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Enrolment:
English Language
Anthology of poems : Woodpecker
Contemporary Literature
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Enjoy jazz chants, poems and songs through non-verbal responses.
2. Recite poems with correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
4.1 4.3
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.3.1
Introduce the poem
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem.

Type of poem.

Author

The title.

stanza
Get to know the poem
This short poem revolves around a woodpecker pecking tirelessly at a tree without getting
any benefit or result
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem.
( Who, what, when, where and why)

Ex: Who are the major characters?


What are they doing?
2. Identify and interpret difficult, figurative, metaphors, similes, idiomatic.

Woodpecker tapping
Practise the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem and pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in group, in pair, as individually.
4. Practise in group.

Step 4

Message / Moral Values


Closure
Descriptor
Can show enjoyment
and appreciation of jazz
chants, poems, and
songs with satisfactory
non-verbal responses
Can sing songs, recite
jazz chants and poems
with a satisfactory
level of correct stress,
pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation
P/Level
No. Pupils
1
2
3
4
5
6
Date:
Day:
Class
Time
Subject
Title
English Sills
Objectives

Content Standard
Learning Standard
ACTIVITIES:
Step 1

Step 2

Perform the poem based on their creativity.


The poet sees the woodpecker as a guest knocking at the door of a home.What is there
in the poem to make you think so?
Demonstrate the poem
1. Rewrite and complete the poem.

Find out the real reason a woodpecker peck and tell your friends.

Write a similar poem about a bird for example, an owl.


Message : Strategise Do things which are beneficial
Give stars to the poem.
Reflections/Remarks

Enrolment:
English Language
Anthology of poems : Holiday memories
Contemporary Literature
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with guidance.
2. Enjoy the poem
4.1
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.3.1
Introduce the poem
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem.

Type of poem.

Author

The title.

stanza
Get to know the poem
The poem is about the writers adventures during his imaginary holiday. Some of the
adventures were wrestling a jaguar, boxing a kangaroo, reaching the moon, travelling to
Mars, and grappling a Grizzly bear
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem.
( Who, what, when, where and why)

Step 3

Step 4

Ex: Who are the major characters?


What are they doing?
2. Identify and interpret difficult, figurative, metaphors, similes, idiomatic.

Wrestled deepest sea visited fought grappled grizzly


Practise the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem and pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in group, in pair, as individually.
4. Practise in group.

Perform the poem based on their creativity.


5.The poet went to many places and met many animals. What are the laces he goes to and what
are the animals he meets?

Do you think this is a real holiday? Give reasons for your answer.
Demonstrate the poem
1. Write one stanza of this poem. Write about your own dream holiday.

Message learned
Closure

Be imaginative and adventurous.


Give stars to the poem.

Descriptor
Can express satisfactory
personal responses to
literary texts on
character(s) place and
time values.
Can plan, produce and
display good creative
works based on literary
texts using a variety of
media.
Can plan, prepare and
participate in a
performance based on
literary works at a good
level.
P/Level
No. Pupils
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Day:
Class
Time
Subject
Title
English Sills
Objectives

Reflections/Remarks

Content Standard
Learning Standard
ACTIVITIES:
Step 1

Enrolment:
English Language
Anthology of poems : Grandma
Contemporary Literature
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Enjoy jazz chants, poems and songs through non-verbal responses.
2. Recite poems with correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
4.1
4.3
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.3.1
Introduce the poem
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem.

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Message learned
Closure
Descriptor
Can show enjoyment
and appreciation of jazz
chants, poems, and
songs with satisfactory
non-verbal responses
Can sing songs, recite
jazz chants and poems
with a satisfactory
level of correct stress,
pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation
P/Level
No. Pupils
1
2
3
4
5
6

Date:
Day:
Class
Time
Subject
Title

Type of poem.

Author

Notice the title.


Get to know the poem
This poem talks about the things that one can find in a grandmothers house and also
about the warmth of sharing tea with ones grandmother.
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem.
( Who, what, when, where and why)

Ex: Who are the major characters?


What are they doing?
2. Identify and interpret difficult words, figurative, metaphors, and similes, idiomatic.

Bedroom parlour kitchen bathroom front door garden hall


Practise the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem and pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in group, in pair, as individually.
4. Practise in group.

Perform the poem based on their creativity.


Demonstrate the poem
1. Write a poem like Grand Ma House about a place you like to visit. Make sure the words
rhyme in every pair of lines. Read your poem to class.
Always love and care for your loved one.
Give stars to the poem.
Reflections/Remarks

Enrolment:
English Language
Anthology of poems : Noisy Food

English Sills
Objectives

Content Standard
Learning Standard
ACTIVITIES:
Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Message learned
Closure
Descriptor
Can show enjoyment
and appreciation of jazz
chants, poems, and
songs with satisfactory
non-verbal responses
Can sing songs, recite
jazz chants and poems
with a satisfactory
level of correct stress,
pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation
P/Level
No. Pupils
1
2
3
4
5
6

Contemporary Literature
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Enjoy jazz chants, poems and songs through non-verbal responses.
2. Recite poems with correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
4.1
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.3.1
Introduce the poem
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem.

Type of poem.

Author

The title.
Get to know the poem
It is an onomatopoeia poem revolving around a child who enjoys eating noisy food.
Although the mother tries to advise the child that eating quietly is polite, the child on the
other hand thinks otherwise. He/ She enjoy eating the food noisily.
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem.
( Who, what, when, where and why)

Ex: Who are the major characters?


What are they doing?
2. Identify and interpret difficult words, figurative, metaphors, and similes, idiomatic.

Munching crunchy slurping crackly crunching popping sucking squelches.


Practise the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem and pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in group, in pair, as individually.
4. Practise in group.

Perform the poem based on their creativity.


Demonstrate the poem
1. Think of local food that is noisy. How can you eat this food without being rude
2. Draw the food.
Appreciate and enjoy your food.
Practise good table manners when you eat.
Give stars to the poem.
Reflections/Remarks

Date:
Day:
Class
Time
Subject
Title
English Sills
Objectives

Content Standard
Learning Standard
ACTIVITIES:
Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4
Message learned
Closure
Descriptor
Can show enjoyment
and appreciation of jazz
chants, poems, and
songs with satisfactory
non-verbal responses
Can sing songs, recite
jazz chants and poems
with a satisfactory
level of correct stress,
pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation
P/Level
No. Pupils
1

Enrolment:
English Language
Anthology of poems : Sound like Magic
Contemporary Literature
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Enjoy jazz chants, poems and songs through non-verbal responses.
2. Recite poems with correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
4.1 4.3
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.31
Introduce the poem
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem.

Type of poem.

Author

The title.
Get to know the poem
The poem is about a childs imagination of sounds from the objects stated in the poem.
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem.
( Who, what, when, where and why)

Ex: Who are the major characters?


What are they doing?
2. Identify and interpret difficult words, figurative, metaphors, and similes, idiomatic.

Listened seashell rushing waves eggshell pecking chick hatching pounding


Practise the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem and pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in group, in pair, as individually.
4. Practise in group.

Perform the poem based on their creativity.


Demonstrate the poem
1. Rewrite the lines after thought I heard in stanza 2,3,4 with what you yourself imagine,
Be observant
Be creative and imaginative
Give stars to the poem.
Reflections/Remarks

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Date:
Day:
Class
Time
Subject
Title
English Sills
Objectives

Content Standard
Learning Standard
ACTIVITIES:
Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Message / moral Values


Closure
Descriptor
Can express satisfactory
personal responses to

Enrolment:
English Language
Anthology of poems : Sand Castles
Contemporary Literature
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Enjoy jazz chants, poems and songs through non-verbal responses.
2. Recite poems with correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
4.1 4.3
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.3
Introduce the poem
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem.

Type of poem.

Author

The title.
Get to know the poem
The poem is a poem in rhyme about building a sandcastle.
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem.
( Who, what, when, where and why)

Ex: Who are the major characters?


What are they doing?
2. Identify and interpret difficult words, figurative, metaphors, and similes, idiomatic.

Built bucket fork spoon scooped shovel reached up waved tumbled


dominoes disappeared
Practise the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem and pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in group, in pair, as individually.
3. Practise in group.

Perform the poem based on their creativity.

List all the things the poet mentions which tell you he went to the seaside.

What activities can you do at the seaside?


Demonstrate the poem
1. Draw tow pictures to illustrate what you understood by stanzas 3 and 4.
What else do you think can fall down like a pack of dominoes?
Dont build sand castle
Give stars to the poem.
Reflections/Remarks

literary texts on
character(s) place and
time values.
Can plan, produce and
display good creative
works based on literary
texts using a variety of
media.
Can plan, prepare and
participate in a
performance based on
literary works at a good
level.
P/Level
No. Pupils
1
2
3
4
5
6