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Lesson Plan

Subject : English Language

Year :5

Enrolment : /11 pupils

Level : Mixed Ability

Date : 17th August 2018(Friday)

Time : 10:35a.m -11:35 a.m

Theme : World of Knowledge

Topic : Precious Creatures

Focused skill : Writing

Previous Knowledge : Pupils are already familiar with the characteristics of some
animals.

Content Standard : 2.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be
able to read independently for information and enjoyment.

Learning Standard : 2.3.1 Able to read for information and enjoyment with
guidance:

(b) non-fiction

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

i) In groups, write atleast 2 facts of each given


picture of the animal on the spreadsheet.
ii) Construct atleast 4 out of 5 sentences correctly
in the worksheet given.

Vocabulary : Carnivore, omnivore,herbivore,over-hunting


Educational Emphases :-

Moral Values : Be kind to the animals

Thinking skills : Analysing, Brainstorming Ideas

Multiple Intelligences : Bodily-Kinesthetic, Verbal-linguistics, Interpersonal,


Intrapersonal

Resources/Teaching Aids : Pictures of Dugong, Penguins, Orang-utans

Focus / Theme : Skill of Introducing a Lesson / Set Induction

Stages/Time Content Teaching and Learning Remarks


Activities

Set induction To arouse pupils’ interests 1) Teacher projects Preparation phase


+
(− 5 minutes) few pictures of - Preparation
Sample pictures: animals on the - Analysis
whiteboard.
2) Teacher ask pupils
to guess what Teaching Aids:
animal is that.
3) Teacher -LCD projector
introduces the - Pictures of animals
lesson.

Presentation 1)To enable pupils to 1)Teacher displays Imagination phase


+
( 20 understand the facts about interesting facts about - Generating

minutes) some endangered animals. Dugong, Penguins and ideas
Orang Utans. - Synthesising
ideas
2)Pupils read aloud the
facts written chorally. Educational
Emphases
3)Teacher explains the Thinking skills:
facts written to the pupils. Analysing

Teaching Aids:
- LCD projector

Practice To demonstrate the pupils’ 1)Each group is given a Development phase


+
(− 15 understanding on the facts sheet of an A4 paper. - Enrichment
about the endangered animals.
minutes)
2))Three envelopes are Educational
hidden around the Emphases
classroom respectively for Thinking skills :
each group. Brainstorming

3)Pupils in group look Multiple intelligence :


around the classroom to Bodily-Kinaesthetic
find for their group’s Verbal-linguistic,
envelope. Interpersonal,

4)After finding the


envelopes, pupils read
and group the interesting Teaching Aids:
facts according to the -Three envelopes
endangered animals they -Sheets of an A4
refer to. paper
(Appendix 2)
5)The interesting facts Assessment for first
and pictures of learning objective
endangered animals differ - Assessment
from one group to for first
another. learning
objective
6)Pupils paste the
interesting facts and the
endangered animals they
refer to in the sheet of A4
paper given.

7)A representative from


each group pastes the
respective sheets of A4
paper around the
classroom.
- To test pupils understanding 1) Teacher requires pupils
Production to work individually. Action phase
+ through exercises.
(− 15 - Implementation
- Individual 2) Teacher requires each - Continuous
minutes) pupil to copy the task from practice
textbook page 85.
Educational
3) Teachers asks the Emphases
pupils to answer the Thinking skill :
questions. Brainstorm ideas
4) Teacher guides the
pupils. Multiple intelligences:
Interpersonal,
Verbal-linguistics

Teaching Aids :
-Task sheet

- Assessment
for second
learning
objective

1)To recap the lesson.


2) To instill moral values. 1)Teachers asks true or Educational
Closure false interesting facts emphases:
(+-5 Example of Questions: learned about the
minutes) endangered species. Thinking skills:
1) Amur leopard is the Rational
rarest “cat” in the world. 2)Teacher asks pupils to
Leopard has a very show their traffic lights; Multiple intelligence:
poor eyesight, and it Red- False Intrapersonal
cannot see its victim Green- True
from a far distance. Moral values :
3)Teacher recap the Be kind to the animals
lesson.

Contextual learning :
Save and help the
animals to live

Teaching Aids :
-‘True or false’
statements
Reflection:

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APPENDIX 1
APPENDIX 2

Amur leopard is the rarest “cat” in the world


Leopard has very sharp eyesight, and it can
see its victim from a distance of up to1.5 km.
Right whales are slow swimmers, averaging
just six
miles per hour.
People kill Javan Rhinos for their horns.
The horns are sold on the black market for use
as decorations or for medicinal purposes.