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FORM 2

DATE: 20/4/2018 DAY: Friday


CLASS: 2A3 SUBJECT: English LESSON: 34
THEME/TOPIC: Science and Technology
FOCUS SKILLS: LiA
LANGUAGE / Adjectives
GRAMMAR
FOCUS:
CONTENT Main Skill: Literature in Action
STANDARD: 5.3 Express an imaginative response to literary texts

Main Skill: Speaking


2.4 Communicate appropriately to a small or large group on familiar topics

LEARNING Main Skill: Literature in Action


STANDARD: 5.3.1 Respond imaginatively and intelligibly through creating poems, board games,
puzzles and quizzes

Main Skill: Speaking


2.4.1 Communicate opinions or feelings about a story, event or experience

LEARNING By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:


OBJECTIVES: i. Share at least one experience on one cheat incident that they have done
100% correctly
ii. Rearrange the story “Cheat!” in correct order 100% correctly
iii. Comprehend the story by eliciting the moral values and character traits at
least 85% correctly by presenting to the students

CROSS Language, Creativity


CURRICULAR
ELEMENTS:
ACTIVITIES: I. PRE-LESSON
a) Teacher starts by eliciting pupils’ understanding on the word “Cheat”.
b) Teacher plays a short game with the pupils by asking them to rearrange the story
“Cheat!” in the correct order.
c) Teacher randomly picks some pupils to express their understanding on the story,
“Cheat!”.
d) Teacher asks the pupils to provide some example of real life situations related to
the story.

II. LESSON DEVELOPMENT


a) Next, teacher moves on by eliciting pupils’ understanding on the story by asking
them to list all the characters in the story “Cheat!”.
b) Teacher calls out some pupils to come forward and write down the characters on
the whiteboard.
c) Teacher elicits pupils’ knowledge by asking them to tell the characteristics of
each character.
d) Then, teacher divides the class into six groups.
e) Teacher asks each group to discuss at least three character traits of the assigned
character related and provide evidence from the story.
f) Teacher provides fifteen minutes to them to complete the task.
g) Then, teacher calls out each group to come and present their discussion to the
class members.
h) Teacher provides her feedback and asks the rest of the pupils to ask questions.
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III. POST-LESSON:
a) Teacher sums up the presentation by asking some pupils to mention the
characters and their character traits as to recall the lesson.
b) Teacher concludes her lesson.

REFLECTIONS: Number: / 24
Follow-up / Reinforcement: Worksheet
Teacher’s reflection: