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TEACHING ORGANISER

Name of Teachers:

Form Duration( weeks) Grammar item(s)


Form 1 3 weeks Prepositions

Domain(s) Theme Topic


1. Personal People & Culture Stand By Me
2. Public

Expectations
(questions/ statements to be answered while and after lessons-similar to objectives)
1. Look at the pictures. What do you see in the pictures?
2. Do you find it difficult to talk to your friends?
3. What qualities do you look for in your friend?

Teaching and Learning Strategies


1. Cooperative Learning
2. Project-Based Learning

Cross-curricular Elements
1. Language
2. Values
3. Patriotism and Citizenship
TEACHING ORGANISER
Listening and Speaking Duration: 2 hours
Content Standards(s):

Pupils can:
1.3 Listen and respond crtically to a wide range of spoken, audio and visual texts
1.4 speak intelligibly, eloquently and appropriately for different purposes, audiences, contexts and cultures.
Learning Standard(s):

Pupils can:
1.3.1 listen and respond to spoken, audio and visual texts to:
i. retrieve main ideas
ii. retrieve supporting details
1.3.2 Listen to and respond to spoken,audio and visual texts to:
iv. identify and organise
1.4.1 express feelings and give simple descriptions of personal experiences orally

Activity (ies):
1. Students identify the correct words or phrases from the Lasimbang’s speech about How To Make Friends.
2. Students answer the quiz and compare it with their friends.
3. In pairs, students act out dialogues to invite friend to a place.
4. In pairs, Ss complete the table about the different types of friendships they have and create a Bubble Map of the recipe for friendship.
Formative Assessment(s):
1. Bubble Map
Resource(s): mahjong paper/ i-think whiteboard,articles, internet and etc.

Reflection:
TEACHING ORGANISER
Reading Duration: 1 hour
Content Standards(s):

Pupils can:
3.2 apply a range of strategies to comprehend texts related to everyday living

Learning Standard(s):

Pupils can:
2.2.1 demonstrate understanding by
(i) identifying main ideas in given texts
2.2.3 analyse and infer information by:
(ii) finding meaning of unfamiliar words.

Activity (ies):
1. Read a given text, write unfamiliar words and find meanings.
2. Answer True and False questions.
3. Complete the Bubble Map.
Formative Assessment(s):

1. Comprehension and Information Transfer exercise from the brochure

Resource(s): Textbook pg. 104 - 106

Reflection:
TEACHING ORGANISER
Writing Duration: 2 hours
Content Standards(s):

Pupils can:
3.1 Apply appropriate writing skills and strategies.
3.2 Produce a variety of texts for creative, personal, academic and functional purposes.

Learning Standard(s):

Pupils can:
3.1.3 Apply pre-writing strategies
(i) brainstorming (mind maps, bubble maps etc.)
3.2.2 Write for academic and functional purposes
(i) informal letter
Activity (ies):
1. Students are asked to read through a sample of informal letter.
2. Teacher gives a task where the students need to write a letter to wish their friends ‘Happy Friendship Day’
3. Students are asked to discuss in pairs and create a mind map of what they are going to talk about in the letter.
4. Teacher asks the students to write up the letter in pairs.
Formative Assessment(s):
Writing an informal letter.

Resource(s): Textbook

Reflection:
TEACHING ORGANISER

Grammar Duration: 1 hour


Content Standards(s):
Pupils can:
4.1 identify and use language structures appropriately according to context.
Learning Standard(s):
Pupils can:
4.1.8 identify and use tenses appropriately according to context
(iii) directions
(iv) positions
(v) phrasal verbs

Activity (ies):
1. Study the notes on the grammar items (phrasal verbs) and complete Task 1&2 given (page 108).
2. In pairs or groups, list out other phrasal verbs (Worksheet 1).
3. Do a gallery walk and get other groups to check whether the phrasal verbs are valid. The group with the most phrasal verbs is given rewards.
4. Read the notes on preposition of direction individually and complete task 1 (page 109)
5. In pairs or groups, complete task 2.
6. Discuss the answers between pairs.
7. Discuss and justify the answers during the class discussion.

Formative Assessment(s): Worksheet 1 – List of phrasal verbs

Resource(s): Textbooks

Reflection:
TEACHING ORGANISER

Literature-In-Action Duration: 1 hour


Content Standards(s):

Pupils can:
5.1 Engage and respond to a variety of literary texts to express understanding of the broader world of ideas and concepts.
Learning Standard(s):

Pupils can:
5.1.2 Read and understand various literary works.
5.2.4 Share personal responses to literary works through performances

Activity (ies):
1. Read and understand the story “ The Triple Filter Test” pg.111
2. Discuss the story “The Triple Filter Test’
3. Answer the questions.
4. In small groups, do role-play the story.
Formative Assessment(s):
1. Peer Assessment
Resource(s): Textbook (F1) pg.111

Reflection:
TEACHING ORGANISER

Action-Oriented Task Duration: 2 hours


Content Standards(s): Pupils can:
3.2 Produce a variety of texts for creative, personal academic and functional purposes
Learning Standard(s):
3.1.1 write simple sentences correctly
3.1.3 apply pre-writing strategies:
(ii) note taking
(iii) outlining
3.2.1 Write for academic and functional purposes:
TEACHING ORGANISER
(i) email/messages

Activity (ies):
1. Students are given a card size of manila card each.
2. Teacher asks the students to write some messages in the cards and decorate them afterwards.
3. Students are asked to send the cards to their best friends in the school once they have finished.

Formative Assessment(s):
1. Card Presentation
Resource(s): Manila cards
Reflection: