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TSL 3105 LISTENING AND SPEAKING LESSON PLAN

Subject English
Class 3 Arif
Date 1st April 2013
Time 9.00 am 10a.m
Duration 60 minutes
Enrolment 32 pupils (17 boys, 15 girls)
Theme World of Knowledge
Topic Unit 12: Fresh Fruits
Proficiency Level Intermediate
Materials Whiteboard, LCD projector, laptop, flashcards, videos, worksheets, textbook.
Language Skill Focus Listening and speaking skills.
Integrated Skills Writing skills, reading skills.
Content Standard By the end of 6 year primary schooling, pupils will be able to:
1.1 pronounces words and speaks confidently with the correct stress, rhythm and intonation,
1.2 listens and responds appropriately in formal and informal situations for a variety of purposes,
1.3 understand and response to oral texts in a variety of context,
3.2 write using appropriate language, form and styles for a range of purposes,
5.2 construct various sentence types correctly.
Learning Standard 1.1.1 Able to speak with correct word stress.
1.1.4 Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance.
1.2.2 Able to listen and follow (a) simple instructions, (b) simple direction.
2.2.2 Able to read and understand phrases and sentences in linear and non linear text.

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3.2.1 Able to complete (a) linear text, (b) non linear text.
5.2.1 Able to construct declarative sentence correctly.
Learning Objectives By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1. name various types of fruits,
2. understand/spell new and difficult words,
3. identify main ideas, supporting ideas and details,
4. transfer information from non linear text to linear text or vise versa.
Activities 1. Teacher shows the pupils videos.
2. Teacher asks pupils to describe pictures from textbook.
3. Pupils sequencing recipe according to teachers instructions.

Stage and Content Teaching Learning Activities Notes/Resources


time
Set Induction - Speaking 1. Teacher asks the pupils to open the textbook, page 89 Resources:
Whole class - Listening and look at the picture. Textbook
Pictures of fresh
5 minutes 2. Teacher asks questions to the pupils about what they
fruits from the
seen from picture. Example: CCTS:
textbook (page 89)
Name five types of fruits that you can see in the Giving own opinion
Questions
picture.
How much is a kilogram of rambutans?
Which fruits that you like? Why?
Presentation - Listening 1. Teacher reads to the pupils the text Fun Facts about Resources:
10 - 15 - Writing Fruits. Text from
- Speaking
minutes 2. Teacher introduces the difficult/new words to the pupils http://www.fruitsinfo.com/did-

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by writing them on whiteboard. Example: you-know.php
Text Fun Facts Produce Poisonous Healthy Actual Writing book
about Fruits.
(Appendix 1) 3. Teacher uses word attack by; connecting the words CCTS:
Writing/spelling with another words, or reread the sentence, or use prior Identifying facts and opinion.
book. knowledge. Making connections.
Whole class 4. Teacher rereads the text and followed by pupils
5. Teacher asks pupils to list down the names of Multiple Intelligences:
mentioned fruits and difficult words in the text in their book. Linguistic - Learning
grammatical items
Interpersonal - Brainstorming
Practice - Listening
15 20 - Writing
- Speaking
minutes
- Reading

Activity 1: Say the Activity 1: Say the dialogue.


Resources:
dialogue. 1. Teacher asks pupils to open textbook page 90.
Textbook
Group work 2. Teacher paste flashcards containing pictures and
Flashcards
(Appendix 2) names of fruits on whiteboard.
3. Teacher read the text in page 90 and asks pupils to
CCTS:
follow.
Giving own opinion
4. Teacher divides the class into 4 groups according to
their seating row.
Multiple Intelligences:
5. Teacher asks two groups/rows to read the dialogue and
Linguistic - Reading words,

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fill in the blank with names of fruits. One row as PUPIL A, phrases, sentences.
while another row as PUPIL B. Example: Interpersonal - Chain activities

PUPIL A: What is your favourite fruit ?


PUPIL B: My favourite fruit is papaya . Moral Values:
PUPIL A: Why do you like to eat papaya ? Cooperation
PUPIL B: Because they are juicy.
6. Teacher makes sure each pupil say the dialogues.
7. Pupils write the dialogue and names of fruits in their
book.
Production - Listening
15 20 - Writing
- Speaking
minutes

CCTS:
Activity 2: Listen for information.
Activity 2: Listen for
Identifying main ideas,
1. Teacher distributes the worksheets to all pupils.
information.
supporting ideas and details.
2. Teacher reads the recipe with correct pronunciation and
Passage How to
Making interpretations.
intonation. Asks the pupils to listen attentively for the
Make Fruit Salad
Multiple Intelligences:
details.
(Appendix 3)
Spatial Filling charts/tables.
2. Teacher guides the pupils to complete the worksheets.
Intrapersonal Self directed
Worksheets
learning.
(Appendix 4)

Moral Values:

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Self reliance
Diligence

Activity 3: Activity 3: Arranging recipe.


CCTS:
Arranging recipe 1. Teacher distributes the worksheet to each pupil.
Arranging, sequencing
Passage How to 2. Teacher recalls the recipe to make fruit salad by reading
Generating ideas
Make Fruit Salad it again.
(Appendix 3) 3. Teacher guides pupils to complete the worksheets.
Multiple Intelligences:
Linguistic Organizing
Worksheet
information in written form.
(Appendix 5)
Logical Sequencing

Moral Values:
Self reliance
Closure - Speaking 1. Teacher recaps the lesson by asking questions. CCTS:
5 minutes - Listening Example: Evaluating
What have you learnt today? Giving own opinion
Pictures of fresh
Do you remember what is the meaning of Multiple Intelligences:
fruits from the
poisonous (or other difficult words)? Brainstorming
textbook (page 89)
Which fruits do you like the most? Why? Moral Values:
Questions
Rationality