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Class: 4A
Date: 12th July 2015
Day: Monday
Week: 2
Time: 10.10 a.m. - 11.30 a.m.
No. of pupils: 23
Level of proficiency: Intermediate
Theme: Social issue
Topic: Active ageing
1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by:
c. talking about self, family and friends, interests, part events, feelings, personal experiences and
understanding when others talk about themselves;
Level 2
i. Talking about oneself to others, sharing information about each other that is of interest to both
iii. Relating personal experiences.
Language aspect: Writing
Learning outcome: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
1. Construct simple sentences by using continuous and getting at least half of the BINGO
puzzle complete.
2. Write an eight sentences paragraph on how society can help the elderly with at least five
grammar mistakes.
Previous knowledge: Students have learnt continuous present tense.
Moral values: Respecting the elderly.
Teaching aids: BINGO board, markers, pictures, colour paper.

 An old man looking for directions. 4.Stages Teaching and learning activities Teaching aids Set 1. Teacher asks the students to sit in the group. Teacher asks one of the students to describe one picture to the class. Teacher distributes a BINGO board and a Markers. BINGO board Practice 2. Every group will vote for their turn to draw a number. Teacher gives instructions on how to play the BINGO.  An old weak woman trying to cross the road. Rationale: To spark the students’ interest on today’s topic. Students respond and explain to the class about the pictures. 5. Explanation Situations: ( minutes)  An old man carrying heavy plastic bags alone. 2. 3. ( minutes) marker to each group. 2. Instructions: 1. What do you feel when you see the pictures? 2. Teacher shows pictures of elders with Pictures induction/presentatio various expression. The teacher will explain what they should do when they meet with this kind of situations. Teacher shows to students 3 different Pictures Stage 1 pictures of people in different situations. Rationale: Students become aware on how to act accordingly to those who are in need. n ( minutes) 2. Students will have to fill the graphic organizer according to the teacher’s explanation. 6.Have you ever meet with elders? How do you react? 3. Teacher distributes a graphic organizer. Teacher asks students to guess the topic for today’s lesson. Teacher asks questions to students Questions : 1. Stage 2 1. A representative from each group will . Lesson Development 1.

Place a cotton ball in each ear. Stage 3 1. Teacher asks the students to write an eight sentences paragraph to express their concern and ideas on how society can help the elderly. 4. Try talking to someone and listening to the reply. 5. 2. Rationale: Students get to construct sentences using the prepositions and refreshed on what they have learnt. Teacher asks students to sit in their own Pictures card group. they can cross the number. Other students can also cross the number. Smear clear hair gel over swimming goggles or old glasses. Teacher asks the students to stay in their Production own group. Hold your nose with your thumb and index finger and eat something. Teacher gives 5 cards of different situations to every group and they have to act it out. 3. 3. Wrap elastic bandages around your knees and elbows. Closure 1. . Situations: 1. (minutes) 2. draw the number and on each number they have to construct sentences from the word given by the teacher using prepositions. 3. The fastest group that have five complete lines win the BINGO game. Rationale: To build the critical thinking skills of the students on providing new ideas. 2. If only they managed to construct a sentence. 4. Try walking and dressing yourself. Put them on and try to watch TV. Teacher will talk about how society should act to help elder. Put on a pair of gloves and try to tie your shoelaces.

Students will discuss their feelings after acting out the situation Rationale: To make the students realize on how it feels to be old and weak. Extended activity 1. 3. . Design a card to express their concern to the unlucky people and elder and to comfort.