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DAILY LESSON PLAN

WEEK: DAY:

DATE:

CLASS CONTENT IMPACT


TIME
SUBJECT
TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 Attendance:____/______
THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE
SPECIFICATIONS: ____/____ of the pupils
2.2.1, 3.8.2, 3.8.3, 4.2.3 able to achieve the
objectives.
LEARNING OUTCOME:
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: ____/______ of the pupils
1. Talk about the remarkable achievers . able to answer the
ACTIVITIES: questions correctly.
1. Teacher writes “remarkable Achievers” on the
board. ____/______ of the pupils
2. Teacher elicits information on what pupils need extra guidance.
understand from the title. ____/______of the pupils
3. Teacher shows a picture of the Prime Minister of able to master today’s
Malaysia. lesson.
4. Pupils justify why our Prime minister is a
remarkable person. Teacher’s action:
5. Teacher asks pupils to highlight other words that
are similar to the word ‘remarkable’=amazing,
outstanding, incredible, great
6. Teacher prepares strips of papers that contain
these phrases:
*composed great songs
*fought against the British for the freedom of
Malaya
* discovered penicillin
*devoted life the orphans and the sick people
*fought for the freedom of India through
peaceful demonstrations
*treated wounded soldiers during the
Japanese occupation.

7. Let pupils work in groups and match the paper


strips to the people.
8. Teacher discusses the responses given with
pupils.
9. MW/EE: bravery, patriotism, cooperation
MATERIALS: Text book page 117
VOCABULARY:Suggested answers: Tan Sri P Ramlee,
Tuanku , Alexander Fleming, Mother Teresa, Mahatma
Gandhi, Sybil Kathigasu
DAILY LESSON PLAN

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DATE:

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TIME
SUBJECT
TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 A Woman Of Substance Attendance:____/______

THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE ____/____ of the pupils


SPECIFICATIONS: able to achieve the
2.2.1, 3.8.2, 3.8.3, 4.2.3 objectives.

LEARNING OUTCOME: ____/______ of the pupils


By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: able to answer the
2. Talk and read about the life of Sybil Kathigasu questions correctly.
3. Scan for specific information in the text.
ACTIVITIES: ____/______ of the pupils
10. Teacher shows pupils a picture of the road sign of need extra guidance.
Jalan Sybil Kathigasu. ____/______of the pupils
11. Pupils guess the road sign is located. able to master today’s
12. Pupils predict her contributions to the country. lesson.
13. Teacher gets two volunteers to read the
dialogue. Teacher’s action:
14. After reading session, teacher draws a mind map
on the board.

What kind of person What did she do?


w as she?

Sybil Kathigasu

What happened What award did she get


to her? for her contribution?

15. Pupils discuss about Sybil’s life, in which details


of her life is done in a mind map form.
16. Teacher does a question and answer session with
pupils.
MW/EE: bravery, patriotism, problem solving
MATERIALS: Text book page 118
VOCABULARY: arrested, awarded, bravery, courage,
imprisoned, paralyzed, selfless acts, tortured, treatment,
wounded.
DAILY LESSON PLAN

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DATE:

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TIME
SUBJECT
TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 A man Of Talents Attendance:____/______

THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE ____/____ of the pupils


SPECIFICATIONS: able to achieve the
2.7.2, 3.8.2, 4.2.1, 4.2.2 objectives.

LEARNING OUTCOME: ____/______ of the pupils


By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: able to answer the
1. Talk, read and write about the life of P.Ramlee questions correctly.
2. Transfer information
____/______ of the pupils
ACTIVITIES: need extra guidance.
1. Teacher shows some pictures of P.Ramlee. ____/______of the pupils
2. Teacher elicits information about P.Ramlee and able to master today’s
his achievements from pupils. lesson.
3. Teacher discusses the questions.
4. Teacher tells pupils that the lesson will focus on Teacher’s action:
the life of P.Ramlee.
5. Let pupils read the notes on P.Ramlee.
6. Then the teacher asks pupils to rearrange the
sequence of events that happened in P.Ramlee’s
life.
7. Pupils work individually to fill in the blanks.
8. Teacher discusses the answers with pupils.

MW/EE: hardworking, creativity, information seeking


skills
MATERIALS: Text book page 119
VOCABULARY:compose, directed, evergreen, movie
making, tin factory, villain
DAILY LESSON PLAN

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TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 A Work For Peace Attendance:____/______
THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE
SPECIFICATIONS: ____/____ of the pupils
1.2.2, 1.5.2 able to achieve the
objectives.
LEARNING OUTCOME:
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: ____/______ of the pupils
1. Talk and read about the Nobel Peace prize able to answer the
2. Scan for specific information in the text. questions correctly.
ACTIVITIES:
1. Teacher shows some pictures of Nobel Peace ____/______ of the pupils
Prize Winners. need extra guidance.
2. Pupils name the people. ____/______of the pupils
3. Pupils guess what they have in common. able to master today’s
4. Teacher writes Nobel Peace Prize on the board. lesson.
5. Teacher asks pupils to read about the Nobel
Peace Prize winners fact file. Teacher’s action:
6. Teacher discusses about the winners with pupils
7. Teacher asks pupils to read the quotations made
by the winners.
8. Pupils match the quotations to the individuals.
MV/EE: diligence, hardworking, knowledge acquisition
MATERIALS: Text book page 120
VOCABULARY:awarded, benefit, contribution, human
rights, humanity, needy, orphanages, selflessly, shelter,
unite.
DAILY LESSON PLAN

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TIME
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TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 Against All Odds Attendance:____/______

THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE ____/____ of the pupils


SPECIFICATIONS: able to achieve the
3.6.2, 3.8.2, 3.8.3, 3.9.2 objectives.

LEARNING OUTCOME: ____/______ of the pupils


By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: able to answer the
1. Read and understand about the life of Mahatma questions correctly.
Gandhi.
2. Answer comprehension questions. ____/______ of the pupils
3. Read and understand the main ideas in the need extra guidance.
paragraphs. ____/______of the pupils
able to master today’s
ACTIVITIES: lesson.
1. Teacher shows a picture of Gandhi.
2. Pupils tell if they are familiar with the man in the Teacher’s action:
picture.
3. Teacher prompts for answers from pupils by
asking questions:
What is his name?, Where is he from? Is he alive?
Why do you think he is a famous figure?
4. Reading aloud the text given.
5. Pupils work in groups and rearrange the
paragraphs based on the sequences.
6. Pupils check the answers in the textbook.
7. Teacher asks the pupils to answer the
comprehension questions.
MW/EE: diligence, patriotism, preserverence
MATERIALS: Text book page 122
VOCABULARY: against, belief, caste, extreme hunger
strikes, labourers, movement, nationwide, non violent
campaign , racial, ruled, saddened
DAILY LESSON PLAN

WEEK: DAY:

DATE:

CLASS CONTENT IMPACT


TIME
SUBJECT
TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 A Moment Of Inspiration Attendance:____/______

THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE ____/____ of the pupils


SPECIFICATIONS: able to achieve the
4.3.2, 4.3.3 objectives.

LEARNING OUTCOME: ____/______ of the pupils


By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: able to answer the
1. Write about the climber's experience. questions correctly.
2. Expand on notes.
____/______ of the pupils
ACTIVITIES: need extra guidance.
1. Teacher shows a picture of a man climbing a ____/______of the pupils
mountain. able to master today’s
2. Teacher asks pupils questions. lesson.
a. What is the man doing?
b. Why do you think the man needs to do such task? Teacher’s action:
3. Teacher asks pupils the preparation needed before
climbing a mountain.
Examples: Mental preparation, physical preparation,
equipment.
4. Teacher tells pupils that they will write about
M.Magendran's preparation before climbing Mount
Everest.
5. Pupils study the pictures in the text book page 124
and read the notes.
6. Teacher asks pupils to work in groups to expand on
the notes.

MW/EE: diligence, strong motivation, preserverance


MATERIALS: Text book page 124
VOCABULARY: attain, exploration, recognition, strict
DAILY LESSON PLAN

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DATE:

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TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 GRAMMAR FOCUS (Past Tense) Attendance:____/______

THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE ____/____ of the pupils


SPECIFICATIONS:2.3.1, 3.2.2, 4.6.1 able to achieve the
objectives.
LEARNING OUTCOME:
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: ____/______ of the pupils
1. Read a dialogue able to answer the
2. Learn about the past tense of irregular verbs in questions correctly.
sentences.
____/______ of the pupils
ACTIVITIES: need extra guidance.
1. Teacher asks pupils questions to elicit answers in the ____/______of the pupils
past form. able to master today’s
examples: lesson.
* Where did you go last Sunday?
* What did you eat last night? Teacher’s action:
* Who put the books on the table?
2. Pupils give answers in full sentences.
3. As teacher asks, teacher writes the verbs (both regular
and irregular) on the board.
Examples: go-went, eat-ate, put-put
4. Pupils read the text.
5. Teacher explains to pupils that the text is written in the
Present Tense.
6. Pupils change the verb forms into the past tense.

I like helping my mother to cook. She teaches me to


cook fried rice. She tells me to prepare the
ingredients. We had oil, onions, prawns, salt, eggs,
spring onions and rice. I cut the onions into thin slices
and beat the eggs. My mother removes the shells of
the prawns, cuts and washes the spring onions. When
everything is ready, I heat some oil in a pan. I fry the
onions and the prawns. When they are light brown, I
pour in the eggs. After that, I add the rice and salt. I
cook it slowly for a few minutes. Finally, I take the
spring onions and add them to the rice.
7. Pupils form small groups.
8. Each group is given a list of irregular verbs in the
present form.
9. Pupils give the past forms of the irregular verbs.
arise
beat
come
lend
see
shut
awake
begin
choose
leave
send
sit
bend
bring
lose
catch
shoot
sleep

MW/EE: Thinking skills, multiple intelligence


MATERIALS: Text book page 125
VOCABULARY:ate, beat, burst, hit, set, shut
DAILY LESSON PLAN

WEEK: DAY:

DATE:

CLASS CONTENT IMPACT


TIME
SUBJECT
TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 GRAMMAR FOCUS (Question Tags) Attendance:____/______

THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE ____/____ of the pupils


SPECIFICATIONS:2.2.3, 3.4.1, 4.3.1 able to achieve the
objectives.
LEARNING OUTCOME:
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: ____/______ of the pupils
1. use the question tags correctly. able to answer the
2. match question tags to statements. questions correctly.

ACTIVITIES: ____/______ of the pupils


1. Teacher asks pupils questions related to them or the need extra guidance.
people they know. ____/______of the pupils
Examples: able to master today’s
*Nazri is a prefect, isn't he? lesson.
*The school canteen is big, isn't it?
*Nazura wears glasses, doesn't she? Teacher’s action:
2. Teacher tells pupils that the questions posed are
called Question Tags.
3. Pupils read the dialogue.
4. Teacher explains the forms of the Question Tags by
giving other examples.
The boys are twins, aren't they?
Muhd scored 5As, didn't he?
Rose and Amalina aren't are they?
sisters,
Mrs tan doesn't teach you does she?
English,
5. In pairs, pupils match the question tags with its
statements.
6. Teacher asks pupils to study the pictures and make
sentences from the pictures.

MW/EE:Chritical Thinking , Knowledge acquisition


MATERIALS: Text book page 126
VOCABULARY: question tag, confirmation, statement
DAILY LESSON PLAN

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DATE:

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TIME
SUBJECT
TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 HOMOPHONES Attendance:____/______

THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE ____/____ of the pupils


SPECIFICATIONS:3.6.4, 4.2.2 able to achieve the
objectives.
LEARNING OUTCOME:
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: ____/______ of the pupils
1. Use homophones correctly able to answer the
2. Read and pronounce words correctly. questions correctly.

ACTIVITIES: ____/______ of the pupils


1. Teacher writes a few words on the board. need extra guidance.
aloud, bass, board, chance, heel, allowed, base, ____/______of the pupils
bored, chants, heal able to master today’s
2. Pupils group the words based on the same sound. lesson.
3. Teacher tells pupils that the words with the same
sounds are called homophones. Teacher’s action:
4. Pupils read Activity A and the note on homophones.
5. Teacher asks pupils to look at the pictures and words
in Activity B.
6. Teacher tells pupils that the pictures are homophones
for the words.
7. Pupils guess the homophones for the words in the
box.
night-knight , see-sea, brake-break, waste-waist,
dear-deer

8. Pupils come up with more homophones and give the


meaning of the words.
Example:
meat-meet , oar-or, one-won, peace-piece

MW/EE: Chritical Thinking , Knowledge acquisition


MATERIALS: Text book page 127
VOCABULARY: question tag, confirmation, statement
DAILY LESSON PLAN

WEEK: DAY:

DATE:

CLASS CONTENT IMPACT


TIME
SUBJECT
TOPIC: REMARKABLE ACHIEVERS Reflection:
6 The Case Of The Missing Maths Teacher Attendance:____/______
THEME: WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE
SPECIFICATIONS:2.6.6, 2.8.2, 2.7.3 ____/____ of the pupils
able to achieve the
LEARNING OUTCOME: objectives.
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Read a story and answer the questions. ____/______ of the pupils
able to answer the
ACTIVITIES: questions correctly.
1. Teacher writes the title of the story on the board.
2. Teacher elicits answers from pupils as to what they ____/______ of the pupils
think the story is about. need extra guidance.
3. Teacher asks ppils to read at the text. ____/______of the pupils
4. Pupils identify the places whre the event happened. able to master today’s
5. Teacher draws a diaram on the board. lesson.
6. Pupils fill up the diagram with details found in the
story.Pupils answer the questions. Teacher’s action:

Characters

What happened? Who did the


children find?

Settings

7. Teacher discusses the sequence of events that


happened in the text.
8. Teacher asks pupils to answer the questions.
9. Teacher discusses the answers with pupils
MW/EE: Chritical Thinking , Knowledge acquisition
MATERIALS: Text book page 129
VOCABULARY: admitted, bleachers, clue, declared,
exclaimed, figure, out, gasped, lentil, paces