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DAILY LESSON PLAN

ENGLISH FORM 1
WEEK 9 TIME 12.55 – 12.15
DAY Thursday CLASS 1C
DATE 1st March 2018 LESSON 2
MAIN FOCUSED SKILL Listening COM. FOCUSED SKILL Speaking
TOPIC Money
THEME Consumerism dan Financial Awareness
LANGUANGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS Past Simple Verbs
MAIN CONTENT STANDARD 1.1 Understand meaning in a variety of familiar contexts
MAIN LEARNING STANDARD 1.1.6 Understand with support longer simple narratives on a wide range of familiar topics
COM. CONTENT STANDARD 2.4 Communicate appropriately to a small or large group on familiar topics
COM. LEARNING STANDARD 2.4.1 Narrate short stories, events and experiences
LEARNING OBJECTIVE By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Understand with support longer simple narratives on a wide range of familiar topics
2. Narrate short stories, events and experiences
ACTIVITIES PRE-LESSON 1. Write lesson aims on the board:
• to understand the events in a story
• to retell the story with your classmates
2. Draw stick figures of 2 men, a small hut (teach or check this
word if necessary) and the moon on the board. You can use
pictures instead if you prefer.
3. Tell pupils that you will tell them a story, and ask them to
predict the connection between the men, the hut and the moon.
4. Elicit suggestions from the whole class and write them briefly on
the board.
LESSON DELIVERY 5. Tell pupils the story.
6. Ask them to compare their predictions with real connection in
the story briefly in pairs and then as a whole class.
7. Now ask pupils to listen again to the story and to be ready to tell
you some of the details of the story.
8. Tell the story again and elicit some of the key details.
9. Tell pupils that you’ll ask them to retell the story together.
10. Hand out the story prompts and ask pupils to use them to tell
the story together in pairs or small groups.
11. If necessary, tell the story once more to help pupils while they
are working with the prompts.
12. Elicit the story, line by line, as a whole class activity.
POST LESSON 13. Ask pupils what the final part of the story means, and elicit
their suggestions.
(There is no correct answer, as the story is open to different
interpretations. One interpretation is that rich people are people
who want to give, and poor ones are ones who want to take.
Another is that we should think about the beauty of the world
around us, not about possessions. Other interpretations are
possible.
14. Hand out the story so that pupils can check their work.
TEACHING AIDS
21st CENTURY T&L STARTEGY Choose an item. iThink Map Choose an item.
CCE/CE 21st Century Literacy Choose an item.
High Order Thinking Skills Choose an item.
Teaching and Learning Strategy Choose an item.
Element Across the Curriculum (EMK) EMK - Languange
Moral Values – Choose an item.
ASSESSMENT Choose an item.
SUCCESS CRITERIA
REFLECTION Attendance:__/__
_____ pupils were able to achieve the objectives.
_____ pupils need extra guidance.
*Today’s lesson will be carried forward due to ____________.