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DAILY LESSON PLAN

WEEK/LESSON NO. W1 L1 CLASS 1A Formatted: Font: (Default) +Body (Calibri), Not Bold
SUBJECT ENGLISH VENUE Classroom
UNIT Not Applicable NTB DATE 1-Jan-18
Money
TOPIC TIME 8.10-9.30 am
THEME Consumerism and Financial Awareness
LESSON SKILL/FOCUS Listening/Speaking
CONTENT STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 2.1 Communicate information, ideas, opinions and feelings intelligibly on familiar topics

Complementary Skill: 3.1 Understand a variety of texts by using a range of appropriate reading strategies to construct
meaning
LEARNING STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 2.1.1 Ask about and give detailed information about themselves and others

Complementary Skill: 3.1.4 Use with some support familiar print and digital resources to check meaning
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of 1. Talk about themselves and others.
the lesson,
pupils will be 2. Read a text and find the meaning of difficult words on money.
able to:
SUCCESS CRITERIA
Pupils can/will 1. Introduce themselves.
produce 2. List down difficult words and its meaning.

CROSS CURRICULAR ELEMENTS Financial Education


LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS Vocabulary related to the topic of money.
ACTIVITIES

Greet pupils and explain in this lesson, they’ll get to know each other a little and practise speaking,
PRE-LESSON listening and using dictionaries about a topic which they’ll be studying over the next 5 lessons. Tell
them they’ll find out the topic later.

1. Introduce myself. Tell pupils a little about my family, something I like and why, and
something I don’t like and why.
2. Tell pupils that I want them to introduce themselves to each other in small groups, and they
will need to remember what their classmates tell them, as they’ll report this information to
their classmates.
3. Divide pupils into groups of 3, and ask them to tell each other about their family, something
they like and why, and something they don’t like and why.
4. Create new groups of 3 and ask pupils to tell their new groups about themselves and their
classmates in the previous groups.
LESSON 5. Ask a few pupils to tell you one interesting thing they learned about a classmate.
DEVELOPMENT 6. Divide pupils into groups of 5 or 6 and explain that the topic of the lesson is now changing.
Tell pupils that you’ll say 5 letters of the alphabet, and the group must make this letter
together in any way they choose, so that their groups represents the letter. Eg; if you say C,
they could stand in a semi-circle.
7. Say the letters M-O-N-E-Y pausing after each letter, so that the groups have time to make
the letter.
8. Elicit from the class the word they’ve made (Money).
9. Ask pupils to work in pairs and think of 5 ways or more people can get money. Tell them
they can use dictionaries to find and check words if necessary.
10. Elicit suggestions on board.
Ask pupils to put these ways of getting money in order from most common to least common: pupils
POST-LESSON do this individually, and then share answers as a whole class.
Sara Basarudin@MRSM TERENDAK
DAILY LESSON PLAN

RESOURCES / TEACHING MATERIALS TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT:


Internet Pupil-centredness Not Applicable

Lesson is postponed.
TEACHER’S
ORIENTATION WEEK
REFLECTION

SUBJECT ENGLISH CLASS 3 KAA 1


DATE 1 JAN 2018 TIME 11.20 – 12.40 PM
TOPIC ICE BREAKING
LESSON SKILL/FOCUS SPEAKING
LEARNING At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
OBJECTIVE(S) 1. Introduce themselves and others.
2. Know the rules of the class.
3. Set target for PT3.
ACTIVITIES Students will:
1. Talk about themselves and others.
2. List down rules of the class.
3. Write the target for PT3.
CROSS CURRICULAR Friendship
ELEMENTS
RESOURCES PAT marks, Internet.
REFLECTION
25/25 achieved the objectives of the lesson.

Sara Basarudin@MRSM TERENDAK