Year Time Focus Theme Topic

: 1 : 60 minutes : Reading and Writing : World of Knowledge : Colours

Content Standards: 2.2 By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to demonstrate understanding of a variety of linear and non-linear texts in the form of print and non-print materials using a range of strategies using a range of strategies to construct meaning. 3.1 By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to form letters and words in neat legible print including cursive writing.

Learning Standards: 2.2.1 Able to read and apply word recognition and word attack skills by matching words with: a) graphics b) spoken words 3.1.2 Able to copy and write in near legible print : a) small letters (lowercase) e) phrases Indikator Amalan Kreativiti : 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3, 1.1.8, 1.2.1, 2.1.4, 3.1.4, 4.1.2 Multiple Intelligence CCCTS Moral Values Teaching Aids Vocabulary Prior Knowledge : Interpersonal and Visualization : Identify, Match, associate and list : Linguistic & Interpersonal : Laptop, LCD, Word Cards, Picture Cards, Composite Pictures : black, white, red, blue, yellow, green, purple, orange : Pupils have been taught the above vocabulary

Phase / Implementation Indictors Set Induction Preparation Observation 1.1.1 Menggunakan deria penglihatan, pendengaran, sentuhan, rasa atau bau. 1.1.2 Menumpukan pemerhatian kepada objek Analysis 1.1.8 Mengenal pasti objek, situasi atau fenomena sekeliling yang berkaitan 1.2.1 Mengenal pasti persamaan dan perbezaan dengan betul Imagination Generating ideas 2.1.3 Menghasilkan idea yang bermakna Development Adoptation and adaptation 3.1.4 Memberi pelbagai contoh berkaitan dengan tugasan

Teaching & Learning Strategy 1. Teacher plays a video of a chameleon changing its colours as certain objects are put near it. 2. Teacher asks questions based on the video. a) Have you seen this animal before? b) What animal is this? c) What happens when an object is put near the chameleon? 3. Pupils respond to teacher’s questions.

4. Teacher plays the video again and asks the pupils to name the colours that they see as the chameleon changes colour. 5. Teachers shows a colour card and asks pupils to name objects in their surroundings that are of the same colour as the card. a) What colour is this? b) Can you name objects around you that have the same colour as this? 1. Teacher distributes a piece of paper to each pupil. 2. Each pupil has to think of an object and then tear the shape of the object from the given piece of paper. 3. Pupils are then asked to colour the shapes they have torn out. 1. Teacher divides the class into 4 groups; A, B, C & D. 2. Group A is to pair up with Group B while Group C is to pair up with Group D. 3. Teacher gives each pupil in Groups A & C a picture card while each pupil in Group B & D is given a word card. 4. Teacher calls out a phrase e.g. ‘a red flower’. 5. The pupils in Groups A & C holding the picture of a red flower will pair up with the pupils in Groups B & D holding the word card with the words ‘a red flower’. Once paired up, both pairs will shout ‘a red flower’. 6. Teacher checks if the pairing is correct. 7. This activity goes on with the teacher calling out another 10 phrases.

Phase / Implementation Indictors Action Implementation 4.1.2 Menyusun idea secara tersusun dan mudah difahami

Teaching & Learning Strategy 1. Teacher divides the pupils into groups of 4. 2. Each group selects a group leader. 3. Each group will be given a coloured composite picture, a marker pen and a piece of mahjong paper. 4. Pupils are to write in phrases as many coloured items as they can find in the picture on the mahjong paper e.g. ‘a blue car’. 5. Pupils are to write in phrases as many coloured items as they can find in the picture on the mahjong paper e.g. ‘a blue car’. 6. Once they have finished their task, the group leader will display their work on the walls of the classroom. 7. The teacher will evaluate their work. 8. The group with the most number of correct answers will be given a token. 1. Teacher and pupils sing a song on colours (to the tune of ‘My World is Grey’). 2. Pupils are given a picture to colour. A colour key will be given to ensure that the pupils colour the objects accordingly.