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Focus :Listening and speaking

Theme: World of Knowledge

Topic: 1. Reading: A Window To The World

DAY Content Standard : 1.3

Learning Standards: 1.3.1 (b) (d)


DATE
Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able
a. listen to audio recording and identify true or false statements
SUBJECT b. listen to audio recording and answer questions
English c. talk about which book they prefer to read and give reasons

Teaching Aids : audio recording, pictures, task sheet, text book

Class CCE/EE: Multiple intelligences, thinking skills.

Activities :

Time a. Pre listening-speaking:


1. Teacher shows two book covers.
2. Teacher gets the pupils to talk about book covers.
(60 minutes) 3. Teacher prompts questions to encourage active participation.
4. Teacher explains to pupils that they are going to listen to the blurbs.
5. Teacher explains to pupils what blurb is.

b. While listening-speaking:

Listening task 1:
1. Teacher distributes task sheet.
2. Teacher plays audio recording and pupils listen carefully.
3. Pupil identify true or false statements.
4. Teacher discusses answers with pupils.

Listening task 2:
1. Teacher distributes task sheet.
2. Teacher plays audio recording.
3. Pupils listen carefully and choose the correct answers.
4. Teacher discusses answers with pupils.
6. Pupils work in groups.
7. Pupils describe their imagination of the beautiful place that Harry Potter went
to.
8. Pupils write their ideas in bubble map form.
9. Teacher gets the group leader to present their work.
10. Teacher provides feedback and comments.

c. Post listening and speaking:


1. Pupils work in groups.
2. Task: Pupils imagine that they are Kamini. Pupils choose which book they would
prefer to read. Pupils give reasons.
3. Encourage pupils to share their responses.
Attendance: Reflection:
___ out of ___ a. ____ out of ____ pupils were able to listen to audio recording and identify
true or false statements.
Absent:
b. ____ out of ____ pupils were able to listen to audio recording and answer
questions.

c. ____ out of ____ pupils were able to talk about which book they prefer to
read and give reasons.

Listening Task 1

Listen to the blurb. State “True” or “False”.

1. Matilda is good in Mathematics.


2. She studies at Chruncher Hall Primary School.

3. Her parents are proud of her talents.

4. Miss Thrunchball is Matilda’s class teacher.

Listening Task 2

Listen to the blurb. Choose the correct answers.

1. Which word tells that Harry Potter lives a sad life?

a. great b. cruel c. miserable

2. Who is Dudley to Harry Potter?

a. cousin b. brother c. friend

3. How did Harry Potter receive the mysterious letter ?

a. from a postman b. from a messenger c. from Dudley

Focus :Reading

Theme: World of Self, Family and Friend

Topic: Reading: A Window To The World


DAY
Content Standard :2.2, 2.3,

DATE Learning Standards: 2.2.2(a), 2.2.3(c), 2.2.4, 2.3.1 (a)

Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able


SUBJECT a. read and understand the text for information and enjoyment with guidance
English b. match the words or phrases in the passage to the correct meanings
c. decide a title for the story, the story ending and the new head of the
scarecrow.

Class Teaching Aids: text book, pictures, task sheet, dictionary

CCE/EE: Thinking skills, Multiple intelligences

Time Activities :

a. Pre reading:
(60 minutes) 1. Teacher introduces scarecrow to the pupils.
2. Teacher gets pupils to talk about scarecrow.
3. Teacher writes pupils’ ideas on the board in circle map form.
4. Teacher gets the pupils to read the text aloud. (TB page 5)
5. Teacher asks questions to check understanding.

b. While reading:
1. Teacher gets the pupils’ attention to the words in bold.
2. Teacher distributes task sheet.
3. Pupils work in groups.
4. Ask pupils to use the dictionary to find the meanings of the words in bold.
5. Then, pupils match the words or phrases in bold in the passage to the meanings
given.
6. Teacher discusses answers with pupils.

c. Post reading:
1. Pupils work in groups
2. Teacher distributes task sheet.
3. Pupils complete the task sheet.
4. Get the pupils to present their work.
5. Teacher provides feedbacks and comments.

Attendance: Reflection:
____ out of ____ a. ____ out of ____ pupils were able to read and understand the text for
information and enjoyment with guidance.
Absent:
b. ____ out of ____ pupils were able to match the words or phrases in the
passage to the correct meanings.

c. ____ out of ____ pupils were able to decide a title for the story, the story
ending and the new head of the scarecrow.

Circle map
Match the words or phrases in the passage to the correct meanings.

organic enormous stretched out effective

o o o o

organic organic organic organic


devastated took out rose up
glanced
o o o
o
organic organic organic
1. extremely large organic

2. to look quickly at somebody or something

3. to put out a long arm

4. something produced without using artificial chemicals

5. to feel very shocked and sad

6. producing a successful result

7. to remove from its place

8. an upward movement
Groupwork

1. Give a title to the story.

_______________________________________________

2. How do you think the story ended ?

________________________________________________

________________________________________________

________________________________________________

3. Describe the new head of the scarecrow. Complete the mind

map below.

Focus :Writing

Theme: World of Self, Family and Friend

Topic: Reading: A Window To The World


Content Standard : 3.2
DAY
Learning Standards: 3.2.1

DATE Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able


a. write a book report with guidance

SUBJECT Teaching Aids : text book, King Of Kites book, task sheet
English
CCE/EE: Constructivism, thinking skills.

Activities :
Class
a. Pre writing:
1. Pupils turn to TB page 7.
2. Teachers tell the pupils that they are sample of book reports.
Time 3. Teacher explains to pupils what a book report is.
4. Teacher introduces the important elements in a book report.
Eg: title, author, genre, characters, synopsis, opinion about the book and
(60 minutes) moral values/knowledge gained
5. Teacher provides examples.
6. Pupils read the book reports. (TB page 7)
7. Teacher asks questions to check understanding.

b. While writing:
1. Teacher distributes the King Of Kites Book.
2. Teacher gets the pupils to talk about the story.
3. Teacher guides the pupils to write a book report based on the King Of Kites
story.
2. Teacher distributes task sheet.
3. Pupils complete the book report individually.

c. Post writing:
1. Each pupil exchanges his/her book report with a friend.
2. Pupils state whether they agree or disagree with their friend’s opinion.
3. Teacher encourages pupils to share their opinion.
4. Teacher checks pupils’ answers.

Attendance: Reflection:
_____ out of ____ a. _____ out of _____ pupils were able to write a book report with guidance.

Absent:

BOOK REPORT

Title : ___________________________________

Author : ___________________________________

Genre : ___________________________________
Focus :Grammar

Theme: World of Self, Family and Friend

Topic: 1. Family Day


DAY
Content Standard : 5.1

DATE Learning Standards: 5.1.1

Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:


SUBJECT a. form compound nouns using the words given
English b. fill in the blanks with the correct compound nouns
c. write sentences using compound nouns

Teaching Aids: text book, power point slides, task sheet


Class
CCE/EE: Thinking skills, constructivism

Activities :
Time
a. Presentation:
1. Teacher recalls previous lesson by asking pupils to give definition of
(60 minutes) compound nouns.
2. Get the pupils to give a few compound nouns that they know.
3. Teacher shows a video to the pupils.
4. Pupils name a few compound nouns mentioned in the video.

b. Practice:
1. Teacher gets the pupils to work in pairs.
2. Teacher distributes task sheet.
3. Task 1: Pupils match words to make compound nouns.
4. Task 2: Pupils fill in the blanks with compound nouns form Task 1.
5. Teacher discusses answers with pupils.

c. Production:
1. Pupils work in groups.
2. Teacher distributes task sheet.
3. Task 1: Pupils form 5 compound nouns using the word ‘book’.
4. Task 2: Pupils write sentences using the compound words formed.
5. Get the group leaders to present their work.
6. Teacher provides feedbacks and comments.
7. Pupils write the sentences in their exercise books.

Attendance: Reflection:
_____ out of ____ a. _____ out of ___ pupils were able to form compound nouns using the words
give .
Absent:
b. _____ out of ___ pupils were able to fill in the blanks with the correct
compound nouns.

c. _____ out of ___ pupils were able to write sentences using compound
nouns.
Task Sheet 1:

A. Match words in Column A to Column B to make compound nouns.

Num. A B

1 cow bell

2 class cake

3 ground mate

4 shop port

5 door nuts

6 cup keeper

7 air boy

B. Fill in the blanks with compound nouns from the table.

Example: A cowboy lives on a ranch.

1. KLIA is a very modern __________________ .

2. There is only one __________________ left on the plate.

3. The __________________ is very polite to his customers.

4. She was in the kitchen when the __________________ rang.

5. Najmee is Asin’s __________________. They are in 6 Robotics.

6. Lee Ann’s father loves to eat __________________ while watching television.

Task Sheet 2 (Group Work)

Form compound nouns using the word ‘book’.


B. Write sentences using the compound words formed.

1.__________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________

2.__________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________

3.__________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________

4.__________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________

5.__________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________
Focus : Language Art

Theme: World of Self, Family and Friend

Topic: Toes (from Anthology Of Poems)

DAY Content Standard : 4.3

Learning Standards: 4.3.1


DATE
Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able
a. produce a diamante form based on the parts of the body
SUBJECT
English Teaching Aids: text book, pictures, craft materials

CCE/EE: multiple intelligences, creativity

Class Activities :
1. Pupils recite the poem together.
2. Ask pupils the meaning of the words by doing the actions.
e.g. : tickle, wiggle, kick, lick
Time 3. Ask pupils to come out with words that rhyme.
e.g. : wiggle – tickle
kick - lick
(60 minutes) neat - feet
4. Teacher distributes task sheet.
5. Pupils list down what the feet can do from the poem. (Task Sheet 1)
6. Teacher discusses answers with pupils.
7. Teacher shows a diamond shape poem.
8. Teacher explains what a Diamante Poem is.
9. In groups, pupils produce a Diamante poem based on parts of the body.
10. Pupils take turns to present their poem.
11. Teacher provides feedback and comments.

Attendance: Reflection:
_____ out of ____ a. _____ out of ___ pupils were able to produce a diamante poem based on
Absent: parts of the body.

Task Sheet 1