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Lesson Plan-Chapter 11

Date : 14th Oct 2010 (Thursday)

Time : 9.00 – 9.15 am (45 min)
Year : 1 Gigih
Enrolment : 28/30
Teaching Context : 11.1 Passive voice
Topic : 2. Busy Pictures

Learning Outcome:
1.1 Talking part in conversations and discussion
1.2 Making plan and arrangements


1. Divide the class into groups of three or four.

2. Each group choose each picture with a lot of activity.
3. Have students write a specific number of sentences in the passive based on the
4. Collect and correct the students’ sentences, then prepare an error analysis page
focusing on mistakes in the passive taken from their writing (see Worksheet

Objectives/Learning outcomes:
At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. Generate some passive sentences about the picture.
understand that it is impossible to write every sentence in the
passive, so their paragraphs will be a mixture of passive and
1. active sentences.
Thinking Skills: * Multiple Intelligence.
* Preparation for the real world.
* ICT Skills

Grammar :* Adjectives for describing character and appearance.

* Prefixes-‘un’, ’in’, ’I’m’, and ‘dis’ to show ‘not’.
* Adverb of manner.
* Yes-no questions

Moral Values : * Respect for teacher and classmate members.

Previous knowledge: Pupils know how to identify main ideas and supporting details;
use contextual clues for meaning; identify words that associate
with other words

Teaching –learning materials: Worksheets

Steps / Teaching learning strategy Language Content Notes

Set Teacher tells class that she is Do you like stories?
Induction going to tell a story. What kind of stories do you
Informal discussion on fables/ like?
5 minutes folktales/ stories. What do you learn from
listening to a story?

Pre Teacher shows a picture of a Introducing vocabulary – pix or

Listening dragon who has fallen into a dragon, folk tale, groaning, glove
stage pit. hare, pine tree, pit, big tree puppet of
trunk, and pleaded. a dragon
15 minutes

Teacher shows some pictures “Class, we are going to

to introduce the story. listen to a story.”
“a folk tale from Japan.”
“It is about a dragon.”
“What kind of animal is

While- Pupils listen to the story ‘The t/f sttmnts

listening Ungrateful Dragon” and they
stage attempt Worksheet 1 T/F
statements. Worksheet 1
15 minutes
Teacher distributes worksheet
Before attempting the
questions/ statements –
teacher goes through them –
may be a pupil could read it

Then teacher reads aloud or

plays a tape of story.

Pupils listen and answer the

TF statements.

Teacher goes through the

answers with pupils.
Teacher helps pupils to
understand the story by

Steps / Teaching learning strategy Language Content Notes
asking questions to determine
correct answers.

Post pix
Listening Teacher gives pupils pictures “Rearrange the pictures
Stage of the story. according to the story that
Pupils rearrange the pictures you have heard.
15 minutes in the correct order in pairs.
Pupils then talk about the Let us talk about the man?
character in the story. What kind of person is he?
Teacher asks probing What would you do in his
questions. place? Why?
Why do you think the
dragon wants to kill the
Was the dragon right to
think that?
Why do the trees dislike

Closure Talk about the moral values in What lessons can we learn
the story. from this story?
10 minutes Again, ask pupils to talk about Do you like the ending?
the story. Why?
Teacher guides and facilitates
as pupils give their opinion of
the story, its characters, and
the ending.

Worksheet 1

Listen to the story and answer each question with a T (TRUE) if the statement
is True and an F (FALSE) if the statement is false.

1. This folk tale originates from Japan.

2. The people in a village near Nagoya were scared of dragons.
3. The dragons lived under the water in a big river.
4. The villagers were scared so they left their village.
5. The villagers dug many pits to trap wild animals.
6. A big bear fell into one of the pits.
7. A young man helped the dragon to escape.
8. The man used a rope to help the dragon.
9. The dragon thanked the man.
10. The dragon wanted to eat the man.
11. The man did not run away.
12. They asked an ox to judge them.
13. The ox did not like humans because humans cut trees.
14. They asked a cat to judge them.
15. They asked a tree to judge them.
16. They also asked a hare to judge them.
17. The tree did not like all humans.
18. The hare did not help the man.
19. The hare was very cunning.
20. The dragon was left in the pit.

Other questions in Post Listening stage.

1. Do you like the story? Why?
2. Which character do you like most? Why?
3. Was the dragon wrong to hate man? Why?
4. Was the tree wrong, why?
5. What do wild animals eat?
6. Why do we need to protect the environment/ wild animals?
7. Discuss what would happen to the dragon after the man had left.
8. Which character in the story do you like most, why?