Week 1 Lesson Plan (Introduction

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Learning Outcomes: To enable students to be able to:    Identify the author of the novel. Identify the era and the setting involved in the novel. Identify all the characters involved in the novel.

Class activity:
Level 1 Match the characters with the correct descriptions. Level 2 From the internet, find background information of the author of the novel. Level 3 o o From the internet, find other novels that he has written. Find information about the Victorian era in 1880s (buildings, costumes, customs, etc)

Quick Quiz

1. 2. 3. 4.

Who is the author of the novel? When was the novel written? Where does the story take place? Guess:

a. Who is Dr Jekyll and who is Mr Hyde? b. How are they related to each other?

Assessment: Students answer the Quick Quiz. Homework: Please read chapter 1.

Week 2 Lesson Plan (Chapter 1 - Night in the City)
Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson, students would be able to:

Class activity:
Get into groups of 3 ± 4. Level 1 Rearrange the sentences according to the correct sequence of the plot. Level 2 Analyse Mr. Hyde¶s appearance as described by Richard. Using a digital camera, capture a picture of Mr. Hyde look alike acted by one of the team members and upload it in the class web. Level 3 Edit the picture you have taken and include the description of Mr Hyde¶s appearance as described by Richard underneath the picture. Assessment: 



Describe the sequence of events involved in chapter 1 Describe how Mr. Hyde looks like.

Quick Quiz

1. Name two places Mr. Richard Enfield had gone to
before he witnessed the terrible incident.

2. What made Edie walk alone in the wee hours of
the night?

Describe the incident that happened that night from Edie's point of view
Homework: o o Fill in the bubbles of the comic. Read Chapter 2.

describe what you would do when Mr. Utterson? o Assessment: Describe why is the house called the blackmail house. Whose signature was the title refer to? 2. Which bank issued the cheque? Draw a flow chart indicating the places Mr Enfield had been to in chapter 1 and 2 Homework: Read Chapter 3 Week 4 Lesson Plan (Chapter 3 . In one paragraph. Homework: Read Chapter 4. Level 2 Discuss whether or not the compensation was enough. Provide rationales.Blackmail House) Learning Outcome: To enable the students to:   Describe Mr. Level 3 Discuss what made Richard thought the cheque was forged. students will be able to: y identify the sequence of the events which happened from chapter 1 until chapter 2. Level 3 o Imagine you are Richard. . Class Activity: Level 1 Fill in the table provided with the descriptions of Mr. How much did Mr Hyde need to pay as compensation? 3. Who is Richard to Mr. Assessment: Quick Quiz: 1. Class activity: Get in groups of 3 or 4 Level 1 Match the conversations with the correct character. Suggest other alternatives to the action taken by Richard. Why? Suggest a different way of paying the compensation. discuss at least 3 actions you would take to uncover the mystery of Mr. Utterson tells you that µsomething terrible is happening and there is worse to come¶ Share your opinion in the online class forum Quick Quiz: 1. Who labeled the blackmail house? 2.The Signature) Learning Outcome: By the end of the lesson. Utterson¶s appearance and personality. Utterson¶s appearance and personality Level 2 In pairs.Week 3 Lesson Plan (Chapter 2 . Hyde if you were Richard.

1. Utterson and Mr. Quick Quiz Level 3 Write the dialogue between Mr. Level 2 Analyse Mr. Level 1 Fill in the empty boxes with the correct venue and event which occured in chapter 4. Please read chapter 5. Jekyll) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Utterson think that Mr. Hyde¶s appearance. Homework: Read Chapter 6. Hyde was deformed and yet was sound of body? 2. Utterson wants to see Dr Jekyll that night. Identify what Mr Utterson did in his effort to find Level 2 Mr Hyde. Utterson successful in convincing Dr Jekyll that he should not proceed with his will? Why? Summarise Mr. Utterson wants to see Dr Jekyll in the blanks provided. Write the will as if it was written by Dr Jekyll. Hyde when they met for the first time. What made Mr. Assessment: List down the efforts taken by Mr Utterson in searching for Mr Hyde. Hyde¶s appearance as described by Mr. Utterson and compare the description given by Richard in chapter 1. Hyde? 3. Hyde? 2. Identify why Mr. students would be able to: Class activity: (Pair work)    Identify the content of Dr Jekyll¶s will. identify why Dr Jekyll wants to stick to his will.Dr. Who is searching for Mr. Why is he searching for Mr. Level 1 Fill in the correct reasons why Mr.Search for Mr. Recognize Dr Lanyon¶s feelings towards Dr Jekyll. Level 3 Quick Quiz : 1. students would be able to: Class activity: work) (Pair    Describe how Mr. Hyde) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Was Mr. Assessment: Answer the Quick Quiz. Hyde? y Week 6 Lesson Plan (Chapter 5 . What did he do when he found Mr. Homework: y Students write a reflection of today¶s activity in the class blog. Utterson describes Mr. .Week 5 Lesson Plan (Chapter 4 . Utterson¶s and Dr Jekyll¶s conversation about the will.

Write about the maidservant¶s statement regarding the case to the police. Level 3 Identify the similarities and the differences between the two letters and signatures as discovered by Mr. Hyde lives? Write a dialogue between the police inspector and the maidservant while investigating the case. Hyde. Quick Quiz : 1. Assessment: Write a journal entry describing the whole day event as if you were Mr Utterson. Utterson signatures. about the murder done by Mr. Utterson know where Mr. students would be able to: Class activity: (Pair work)   Describe Dr Jekyll¶s reaction towards the murder done by Mr. Quick Quiz : 1. as he claimed? 3. o Level 3 Identify all the items found at the crime scene. Homework: ‡ Fill in the µwanted¶ poster. Guest. Level 1 Rewrite the letter as if it was written by Edward Hyde. What was the content of the letter? 2. Assessment: Write a newspaper report about the incident. Level 2 Discuss the actions taken by the police when they reached the crime scene. Utterson sense that Dr Jekyll lied about how he received the letter? .The Carew Murder Case) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Identify Mr. What made Mr. Hyde? 2. How did Mr. Who identified the victim as Sir Danvers Carew? 3. Guest¶s discovery on the two different Level 2 Write the dialogue between Dr Jekyll and Mr. Include a suitable headline. ‡ Please read chapter 7. Level 1 Fill in the flow chart of the sequence of events involved in this chapter. students would be able to: Class activity: (Pair work)   Describe the actions taken by the police at the crime scene. How did the maidservant recognize Mr. Homework: Read Chapter 8. How did Dr Jekyll receive the letter.The Letter ) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson.Week 7 Lesson Plan (Chapter 6 . Week 8 Lesson Plan ( Chapter 7 . Hyde.

Describe Dr Lanyon¶s condition which brought to his death. Level 3 Identify 2 actions you would take if you were Mr.The Face at the Window) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Utterson in trying to uncover the mystery of Dr. Utterson decided not to open the second envelope? If you were Mr. What made Dr Lanyon say that his days are numbered? Assessment: Write the synopsis of chapter 8 in a form of a concept map. Level 2 Record the conversation using Microsoft sound recorder. Level 3 o o Discuss why Mr. Utterson mentioned Dr Jekyll¶s name to him. Level 1 List down the efforts done by Mr. Utterson and Dr Jekyll in the worksheet provided. Utterson¶s effort in finding the answers to what was actually happening to Dr Jekyll. Homework: Please read chapter 9. save it and upload in the class website. Level 1 Fill in the dialogues between Mr. Enfield saw Dr Jekyll by the window of his laboratory. Hyde? 2. students would be able to: Class activity: (Pair work)  Describe the incident when Mr. Homework: Read Chapter 10. Utterson.The Terror of Dr. Utterson saw him? 2. What was Dr Jekyll doing when Mr. Why do you think Dr Jekyll turned to his solitary life again? 3. Week 10 Lesson Plan (Chapter 9 . What happened to Dr Jekyll in the middle of their conversation? .Week 9 Lesson Plan ( Chapter 8 . Utterson after witnessing what had happened to Dr Jekyll and state the reason why. Quick Quiz : 1. students would be able to: Class activity: (Pair work)   Describe Mr. Jekyll¶s solitary life using the worksheet provided. Utterson and Mr. what would you do? Why? Quick Quiz : 1. Lanyon ) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Assessment: Write a journal entry describing the incident as if you were Richard. Level 2 Describe Dr Lanyon¶s expression in details when Mr. How many months had passed since the disappearance of Mr.

Quick Quiz : 1. o o List down all the items found in Dr Jekyll¶s laboratory.The Last Night) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Assessment: Write a newspaper report about the death of Mr Hyde. Utterson and Poole place where it happened. Utterson and Poole to save the good name of Dr Jekyll. Quick Quiz : Level 2 Rewrite the will which Mr. Why did Mr. Why was the long mirror in the laboratory? 2. broke into Dr Jekyll¶s laboratory. list at least three things you would do while waiting for Mr. Utterson decide to break the laboratory door at last? Week 12 Lesson Plan (Chapter 11 . 1.Week 11 Lesson Plan (Chapter 10 . Utterson start when he heard the voice from inside the laboratory? 3. Level 2 Rewrite the note written by Dr Jekyll to a wholesale chemist. describe the incident at the laboratory from Poole¶s point of view. Utterson to return before midnight. What made Mr. students would be able to: Class activity: (Pair work)  Level 1 Match the conversation and the character as well as the Describe the incident when Mr. Match the actions which the correct character. Homework: Please read chapter 11. Utterson found on the business table. Level 3 Imagine you were Poole.The Disappearance) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Identify the actions taken by Mr. students would be able to: Class activity: Level 1 (Pair work)   Describe the scene as Mr. Homework: Read Chapter 12. Utterson and Poole entered the laboratory. Include an appropriate headline. Where do you think Dr Jekyll had been? . Level 3 If you were Poole. Assessment: Describe Poole's effort in convincing Mr Utterson to break open the laboratory door. Why was Poole afraid? 2.

Why do you think Dr Jekyll regarded his life was at Dr Lanyon¶s mercy? 2. Why do you think Dr Jekyll could not take the content of the drawer himself? o Level 3 Describe the transformation of Mr. Describe the agony that Dr Jekyll had gone through as a result of his scientific formula. Week 14 Lesson Plan (Chapter 13 . Class activity: Level 1 o o (Pair work) Quick Quiz : Match the incident with the correct venue where it happened. Level 1 Arrange Dr Jekyll¶s instructions to Dr Lanyon in the correct order. Hyde¶s appearance? Describe the changes involved when Mr. What made Dr Jekyll experiment the drug on himself? 2. Who lived in Cavendish Square? 3. . students would be able to:   Identify the causes and effects relationship of Dr Jekyll's actions. Assessment: List down and describe at least three reasons why Dr Lanyon wrote the statement. Assessment: Discuss whether the effects of Dr Jekyll's experiment on himself was worth while and explain why. Homework: Please read chapter 13. 1. Level 2 o How did Dr Lanyon describe Mr. Match the right causes and effects of Dr Jekyll¶s action. Level 3 Identify and describe at least three difficulties faced by Dr Jekyll as a result of his scientific formula. Hyde mixed the potion. students would be able to: Class activity: (Pair work)  Describe the content of Dr Lanyon¶s statement.Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the Case) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Hyde to Dr Jekyll as seen by Dr Lanyon.Week 13 Lesson Plan (Chapter 12 . Why didn't Dr Jekyll share his scientific formula in his confession? Level 2 Identify and describe three actions taken by Dr Jekyll to cover his double identity from the public. Lanyon's Statement) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson.Dr. Quick Quiz : 1.

The list of questions are as follow:  Write about the characteristics of the major characters involved in the novel. Write about a sad character in the story. Honesty g. Give evidence to support your answer. 3. Assessment: Students discuss their answers and present them to the whole class . mind maps. Give evidence from the novel to support your answer. Friendship Give two evidences from the novel to support your answer. 1. graphic organiser etc. Honour e. elaborate and present the themes relevant to the novel. Give evidence from the novel to support your answer.Week 15 Lesson Plan (Analysing Characters) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. Assessment: Students discuss their answers and present them to the whole class using diagrams. 6. Hope c. Courage d. Love b. 5. Write about a character that you think is loyal. Write about how one character can influence another character¶s actions. Week 16 Lesson Plan (Themes) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the lesson. students would be able to: Class activity: (Group work)  Identify. Write about a character that you would like to 2. Write on any one of the following themes: a. Good against Evil f. make friends with. Give evidence from the novel to support your answer. Write about a character you admire. Use the worksheet provided. Write about a character who is honourable. Give evidence from the novel to support your answer. Give evidence from the novel to support your answer. students would be able to: Class activity: (Group work) Each group is given one question in the worksheet provided. 4.

6. Assessment: Students present their answers to the whole class.Week 17 Lesson Plan (Moral Values) Learning Outcome: Students would be able to: Class activity: (Group work)  Write on one of the moral values: a. 4. . Write about an incident that changes the life of a 2. Give evidence to support your answer. 3. Write about an incident you find interesting. Trustworthiness Give evidence to support your answer. Use the worksheet provided to guide the students in answering the question. 1. Week 18 Lesson Plan (Event/Plot) Learning Outcome: Students would be able to : Class activity: (Group work)  Write about the specific events mentioned in the novel. Use the worksheet provided to help the students answer the question. c. Kindness e. Relate your answer with close reference to the text. Write about an incident which you dislike the most and suggest how would you like it to be. character in the story. Give evidence from the novel to support your answer. Patience f. 7. Do you like the ending of the story? Give suggestions on how you would like the story to end. 5. Which part of the story did you find interesting? Give evidence from the novel to support your answer. Assessment: Students present their answers to the whole class. Honesty Write about one of the moral values learnt from the b. Loyalty d. Determination g. Responsibility content of the novel.

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