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Date 18th June 2019 (Tuesday)

Time 12.30 p.m. - 1.30 p.m. (1 hour)

Class 4H

Number of pupils 23

Level of Proficiency Average

Subject English

Theme World of Knowledge

Topic Unit 8 : Save, Spend Wisely

Focused Skills Writing

Integrated Skills Reading, Listening and Speaking

Content standard 3.2 By the end of the 6 year primary schooling, pupils will
be able to write using appropriate language form and
style for a range of purposes.
1.1 By the end of the 6 year primary schooling, pupils will
be able to pronounce words and speak confidently
with the correct stress, rhythm and intonation.
2.2 By the end of the 6 year primary schooling, pupils will
be able to demonstrate understanding of variety of
linear and non-linear texts in the form of print and
non-print materials using a range of strategies to
construct meaning.

Learning standard 3.2.1 Able to transfer information with guidance to


complete:

(b) non-linear texts

1.1.2 Able to listen to and enjoy stories.

2.2.2 Able to read and understand phrases and


sentences from:

(b) non-linear texts

Language Focus verbs


Learning By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
Objective(s) (1) be able to talk about several ways they could use their
pocket money to help poor people.
Previous Knowledge i) Pupils already learnt that money is needed to sustain
their daily lives.
Instructional RM50 bank note, Slide presentation (poor people),
Materials Money, worksheet (iThink map)

Thinking Map Bubble Map

Educational Multiple Intelligence (Interpersonal), Contextual learning,


Emphases Constructivism

Moral Values Willing to help other people


STAGE/TIME CONTENT TEACHING and REMARKS
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES

Teacher shows a 1. Teacher asks Multiple


SET INDUCTION RM50 bank note pupils questions. Intelligence:
(5 minutes) asks a question 2. Teacher tells Verbal-
pupils that today linguistic,
Sample Question: they will listen to a interpersonal
What can we do with story of helping and
this RM50? those in need. intrapersonal,
Students freely
answer Thinking skills:
Connecting
Reveal learning inferences with
topic. “Real-world”
examples
Today, let us listen to
a story of helping Teaching aids:
those in need. RM50 bank
note

Rationale: To
grab students’
attention and to
give them a
prior insight of
what they are
going to do
today.

Listen to the story 1. Teacher tells pupils Multiple


PRESENTATION before they start to Intelligence:
(20 minutes) Story telling listen the story, they Verbal
have to pay Linguistics
attention.
2. Teacher asks the Thinking skills:
pupils to bring their inference
chairs to the front
and sit properly. Teaching aids:
3. Teacher starts to tell textbook
the story from the
presentation slides. Rationale: To
help pupils to
get ready to
listen to the
story
Group Discussion Multiple
WHILE 1. Teacher guides Intelligence:
(15 minutes) Ways to spend pupils to talk Verbal
money wisely what have they Linguistics,
found or learnt interpersonal
from the story. and
2. Teacher tells intrapersonal
pupils to sit in
groups. Thinking skills:
3. Teacher Analysing and
facilitates them to Applying
discuss what
they can do with Teaching aids:
their money to worksheets
help others and
write them down Rationale:
in the worksheets To teach
given. students
transfer
information
from verbal
discussions

1. Each group is Multiple


POST Group Presentation asked to take Intelligence:
(15 minutes) turn to present Verbal
their works. Linguistics,
2. Teacher asks the Intrapersonal,
other groups to Interpersonal
comment
whether it is a Thinking skills:
good way to Analysing and
spend their Applying
money.
Rationale: To
measure the
pupils’
understanding

Teaching
Methods:
Group
performance
Question: 1. Teacher asks a Teaching
CLOSURE question. Method:
(5 minutes) Are you willing to use 2. Teacher comments Reflection
your money to help the pupil’s answer.
others? CCE:
3. Teacher tells pupils Thinking Skills
Pupils freely answer that we all should (Evaluation)
spend our money Multiple
wisely but also we Intelligence:
should use those Verbal
money to help the Linguistics
others if we are
able to do so. Values:
Help those in
need
Ways to
Spend
Wisely