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TEACHING ORGANISER

Name of Teacher :
Date
: 5/2/17 9/3/17
Week
: 6-10
Form

Duration (weeks)

Grammar (Items)

Form 1

4 weeks

Domain (s)

Theme

Topic

Personal, Public

Science & Technology

Different Festivals
Friendship

(i) common nouns


(ii) proper nouns
(iii) countable nouns
(iv) uncountable
nouns
(v) singular nouns
(vi) plural nouns

Expectations
(questions/statements to be answered while and after lessons
similar to objectives)
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Students will know about the different cultures in Malaysia.


Students will make text-to-self connections when reading Sad I
Ams poem.
Teaching and Learning Strategies

Inquiry-based learning (Ss will discuss in groups to organize points


based on the materials provided by the teacher).

Cross- Curricular Elements


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Values being respectful of others


Patriotism & citizenship

Listening and Speaking (2 hours)


Content Standard(s):

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1.1 (F1) Listen to and use correct pronunciation, stress, rhythm and
intonation patterns to communicate
1.3 (F1) Listen to and respond critically to a wide range of spoken,
audio and visual texts
1.4 (F1) Speak intelligibly, eloquently and appropriately for different
purposes, audiences, contexts and cultures
Learning Standard(s):
1.1.1 (F1) Listen to, discriminate and pronounce accurately :
(i) long and short vowels
(ii) diphthongs
1.1.2 (F1) Speak with correct intonation, stress and sentence rhythm
1.3.1 (F1) Listen to spoken, audio and visual texts to:
(i) retrieve main ideas
(ii) retrieve supporting details
1.4.1 (F1) Express feelings and give simple descriptions of personal
experiences orally
1.4.2 (F1) Participate in simple conversations using speech acts:
(i) greeting
(ii) apologies
(iii) invitation
Activity(ies):
1. Students will see pictures about different families celebrating
different festivals.
2. Students will name the different types of festivals they see and
also talk about the events that happen during that festival.
3. Students will do a circle map about the events that they see in
the pictures.
4. Students will role play and act out a situation where they are
celebrating a festival. Students will talk about their chosen festival.
Formative Assessment: Students can say at least 5 simple
sentences related to festivals.
Resources: Google Images, i-Think circle map
Reflection:
Reading (2 hours)
Content Standard(s):
2.2 (F1) Apply a range of strategies to comprehend texts related to
everyday living
2.3 (F1) Analyse and evaluate various text

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Learning Standard(s):
2.2.1 (F1) Demonstrate understanding by (i) identifying main ideas
in given texts
2.2.2 (F1) Locate and organise information by:
(i) using graphic organisers
(ii) creating their own graphic organisers
2.2.3 (F1) Analyse and infer information by:
(i) using textual clues to predict outcomes or conclusions
(ii) finding meaning of unfamiliar words
2.3.1 (F1) Read various texts and retrieve information by:
(i) skimming and scanning
2.3.2 (F1): Read various texts and select information for specific
purposes
Activity(ies):
1. Ss will complete a KWL chart about what they know, wonder and
what they have learnt about cultural taboos.
2. Teacher will provide a text pertaining to cultural taboos in
Malaysia and Ss will highlight the difficult words.
3. Ss will write the words they dont understand on the whiteboard
and T will discuss those words with the class.
4. Ss will then work in groups to come up with a graphic organizer
(in the form of a double bubble map of dos and donts) about the
cultural taboos in Malaysia.
5. Ss will present their groupwork to the class.
Formative Assessment: Ss can get at least 7/10 answers correct
in the graphic organizer they made.
Resources: KWLH form from HEBAT Bacaan Bahasa Inggeris,
Reading text taken from: http://englishstyles.blogspot.my/2013/10/cultural-taboos-in-malaysia.html,
http://nazhylaikha.blogspot.my/2013/10/cultural-taboos-inmalaysia.html
i-Think double bubble map
Reflection:
Writing (2 hours)
Content Standard(s):
3.1 (F1) Apply appropriate writing skills and strategies
Learning Standard(s):

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3.1.1 (F1) Write simple sentences correctly
3.1.3 (F1) Apply pre-writing strategies:
(i) brainstorming (mind-maps, bubble maps, etc.)
(ii) note-taking
(iii) outlining.
Activity(ies):
1. Students will watch a video about friendship and use mind-maps
to organize their ideas about what a good friend is like.
2. Students will write at least 5 simple sentences correctly about
their best friend.
3. Students will peer-review each others work and write positive
comments about their friends work and also underline sentences
that can be improved.
4. Ss will volunteer to write down their sentences on the whiteboard.
Formative Assessment:
1. Ss will write a paragraph of about 100 words about their best
friend and talk about the positive qualities of their best friend.
Resources: Video taken from https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=nsPHtb0cqbQ.
Reflection:
Grammar (2 hours)
Content Standard(s):
4.1 (F1) Identify and use language structures appropriately
according to context
Learning Standard(s):
4.1.1 (F1) Identify and use nouns appropriately according to
context.
(i) common nouns
(ii) proper nouns
(iii) countable nouns
(iv) uncountable nouns
(v) singular nouns
(vi) plural nouns
Activity(ies):
1. T will explain what nouns are and provide examples.
2. T provides song lyrics, and students will identify the nouns by
highlighting them in the song lyrics.

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3. Students will find common nouns, proper nouns, countable nouns,
uncountable nouns, singular nouns and plural nouns based on the
reading text previously given.
Formative Assessment: Ss will be able to get at least 6/10 nouns
correct.
Resources: Lyrics for Count On Me by Bruno Mars taken from
azlyrics.com , reading text from http://englishstyles.blogspot.my/2013/10/cultural-taboos-in-malaysia.html,
http://nazhylaikha.blogspot.my/2013/10/cultural-taboos-inmalaysia.html
Reflection:

Action-Oriented Task(s) (2 hours)


Content Standard(s):
1.4 (F1) Speak intelligibly, eloquently and appropriately for different
purposes, audiences, contexts and cultures
3.1 (F1) Apply appropriate writing skills and strategies
Learning Standard(s):
1.1.2 (F1) Speak with correct intonation, stress and sentence rhythm
1.4.1 (F1) Express feelings and give simple descriptions of personal
experiences orally
1.4.2 (F1) Participate in simple conversations using speech acts:
(i) greeting
(ii) apologies
(iii) invitation
3.1.1 (F1) Write simple sentences correctly
Activity(ies):
1. In groups of 3 to 4, Ss will produce their own dialogue and act out
an advertisement to promote cultural food.
Formative Assessment: Ss present their role play with less than
10 pronunciation errors.
Resources:
Reflection:
Literature in Action (4 hours)
Content Standard(s):
5.1 (F1) Engage and respond to a variety of literary texts to express

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understanding of the broader world of ideas and concepts
5.2 (F1) Use a wide range of literary texts to convey views for
different purposes and audiences, and relate them to real life
situations
Learning Standard(s):
5.1.1 (F1) Listen to and respond orally to various literary works
5.1.2 (F1) Read and understand various literary works
5.2.1 (F1) Identify meaning of words based on context
Activity(ies):
1. T will read and Ss will do choral reading of Sad I Ams.
2. T will ask guiding questions and Ss will identify any words they
did not understand from the poem.
3. Ss will complete a table and classify the types of waste items
mentioned into the correct category.
Formative Assessment:
1. Ss will rewrite and modify the poem into Happy I Ams.
Resources:
Reflection: