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Date:

Day :
CLASS
TIME
SUBJECT
THEME
UNIT
TOPIC
ENGLISH SKILLS
OBJECTIVES:

CONTENT STANDARD
LEARNING STANDARD
ACTIVITIES:
SET INDUCTION
PRE LISTENING AND
SPEAKING

WHILE LISTENING AND


SPEAKING

POST LISTENING AND


SPEAKING
MORAL VALUES

Enrolment:
English language
World of knowledge
7
Healthy and wise- part 2
Listening and Speaking
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1.speak confidently on related topics
2.participate in conversations
with peers
1.2 1.1
1.1.3 1.2.1
Ask pupils which one they like: KFC or MC Donald
Lets listen ( 63)
1. Discuss the two pictures.( Homemade food and fast food)

Compare the pictures

Brainstorm ideas

Use the notes given and then debate in front of the class.
2 .Do you bring home-made food or buy food at the school canteen?
3. Which food is a healthier choice? Why?
Group work
1. Discuss:
Plan a healthy meal for school recess

Refer to the textbook.


2. Presentation
Individual work
1. Choose which food you like to eat?
Give reason.
Responsible

IDIOMATIC EXPRESSION

CLOSURE

My Dairy: Write what they learned from the lesson.

Descriptor

Reflections/Remarks

Can participate in
conversations with
peers with a
satisfactory level of
fluency, accuracy and
Appropriateness
Can talk about
related topics with a
satisfactory level of
fluency, accuracy and
use of correct
pronunciation, stress
and intonation
P/Level

No. Pupils

1
2
3

4
5
6

Date: 3.5.2016
Day : Tuesday
CLASS
TIME
SUBJECT
THEME
UNIT
TOPIC
ENGLISH SKILLS
OBJECTIVES:

CONTENT STANDARD
LEARNING STANDARD
ACTIVITIES:
SET INDUCTION
PRE READING

6B
Enrolment:24
11.15-12.15
English Language
World of Stories
7
Health and wise -Part 2
Reading
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to;
1.read and demonstrate understanding of texts by: giving main ideas and supporting details
drawing conclusions
2.apply word attack skills by identifying proverbs and similes
2.2.
2.2.3 (a) 2.2.4 2.2.1 (a) (c)

MORAL VALUES
IDIOMATIC EXPRESSION
CLOSURE

Refresh the previous lesson


Lets read
Building up vocabulary ( based on the text)
1. Teacher directs pupils to read the poem.( 65)
2. Underline Words/phrases/idioms

Examples: healthy wealthy wise early to bed early tp rise keep fit
3.Discuss the meaning of each words/idioms/phrases

Dictionary Skills
4. Pronunciation Drilling
Lets read and answer
1. Teacher refers to text ( 66)

Teacher reads the text and asks pupils to listen to the pronunciation.

Direct pupils to read the text.

Find the keywords in the text and read the information given in the sentence.

Underline them.
2. Classroom discussion

Main ideas

Supporting details
3. Consolidate the pupils understanding

Answering MCQ and comprehension questions

Discuss the answer


Individual work(65)
1. Use the words below to form similes.

Refer to textbook
Hardworking diligent
Early to bed early to rise
My Dairy: Write what they have learned

Descriptor

Reflections/Remarks

WHILE READING

POST READING

Can demonstrate
satisfactory ability
in:
giving main ideas
and supporting
details; stating
cause and effect;
drawing
conclusions
applying
dictionary skills
P/Level No.
Pupils
1
2
3
4
5
6
Date: 4.5.2016
Day:Wednesday
CLASS
TIME
SUBJECT
THEME
UNIT
TOPIC
ENGLISH SKILLS
OBJECTIVES:
CONTENT STANDARD
LEARNING STANDARD
ACTIVITIES:
SET INDUCTION
PRE WRITING

6B
10.45-11.45
English Language
World of Stories
7

Enrolment:24

Health and wise

Writing
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1.write descriptions with guidance:
3.2
3.2.2 (e)

POST WRITING

Recite tongue twisters


Lets write ( 66)
1. Read and study the information.
Breakfast set A
Breakfast set B
2. Read and understand the pictures.
3.Compare the two set of breakfast.
Which is Why?
Group Activity
1. Practise how black pepper chicken wrap is made.
2. Find the meaning of the keywords:
Heat , saut, add, mix, steam, fold, serve, blanch, transfer
Individual work( Page 66)

Moral Values

1. Using the phrases, write the instructions to make grilled chicken salad wrap.
Respectful, generous ,appreciate

WHILE WRITING

Idiomatic Expression
Closure

My Dairy: Write what they learned from the lesson.

Descriptor

Reflections/Remarks

Can write stories,


formal letters, poems,
descriptions and
instructions with a
satisfactory level of
accuracy
in language, form and
style

P/Level

No.
Pupils

1
2
3
4
5
6

Date: 5.5.2016
Day:Thursday
CLASS
TIME
SUBJECT
THEME
UNIT
TOPIC
ENGLISH SKILLS
OBJECTIVES:

CONTENT STANDARD
LEARNING STANDARD
ACTIVITIES:
SET INDUCTION
PRESENTATION

6B
11.15-12.15
English language
World of Stories
7
Health and wise-Part 2

Singular Verb
Grammar
By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Identify and know to use singular verbs
2. Apply singular verbs in different situation.
5.1
5.1.3
Refresh the previous lesson.
Lets Learn and Practise (69)
Classroom discussion:
1. The bold phrases are singular verb
2. Teacher explains

The rules

The Situation

Enrolment:24

PRACTICE

PRODUCTION
Moral Values
Idiomatic Expression
Closure

Descriptor

My Dairy: Write what they learned from the lesson.

Reflections/Remarks

Can use different


word classes with a
satisfactory level of
accuracy
P/Level
1
2
3
4
5
6

2. Use the timetable and note to describe singular verb

Refer to the timetable/explanation in textbook


3. Evaluate the pupils understanding by

Identify the error in each sentence. Write the correct answer.

Discussion
Group work
Discuss:
1. Find an interesting newspaper article. Identify as many verbs with singular subjects, plural
subjects, indefinite pronouns and collective nouns.
Complete the paragraph with the correct form of verb
Determined, hardworking

No. Pupils