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English Lesson Plan Date: Time: Class: Subject: Theme: Subtopic: Learning Outcomes: 20 October 2010 9.

00 am until 9.30 am 3 Kreatif English Year 3 World of Knowledge Sea World 3.2.1 Recognise and read out whole words. 3.2.2 Read and learn the meaning of key words for each topic taught. 4.2.1 Match phrases to pictures. 4.3.2 Complete missing words in simple text such as instruction, direction, description, rhymes stories and other texts (with guidance in the form of words and pictures). 4.4.2 Form simple sentences by matching sentence parts. Language Skills Focus: Integrated Skill: Writing Reading and listening

Educational Emphases (EE): Thinking skills - Matching Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Power point slides Multiple Intelligence (MI) verbal linguistics, interpersonal intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence Moral Values: Aim: Behavioral Objectives: Love for the environment especially the sea. To know the different types of sea creatures in the sea. By the end of the lesson, the pupils will be able to: a) identify and pronounce the names of various types of sea

creatures b) match accurately the names of sea creatures with the pictures and the description c) construct sentences from jumbling words or phrases Teaching aids: Word List: Video clips, power point slide, worksheet sea creatures, angelfish, goby, flatfish, sailfish, seahorse, octopus, porcupine, shark, tail, tentacles, spikes, flat, fast, sharp The flatfish is yellow and blue. The porcupine fish is cute but dangerous. The shark has sharp teeth. Grammar: Simple present tense, conjunction

Sentence Patterns:

Steps/ Time Set Induction (4 mins)

Content, EE, Values MI : Verbal linguistics

Teacher/ Pupils Activities y y Teacher shows a clip video to the pupils. Teacher asks the pupils the name that we use to call all the sea animals Teacher introduce the term Sea Creatures Teacher introduce a poem from the text book about sea creatures Pupils read the poem aloud Pupils identify the name of sea creatures in the poem Teacher shows the description or the key words of each sea creature. Teacher drills the descriptions with pupils.

Teaching Aids/ Comments Video clip

y Presentation (8 mins) Words/ phrases and y pictures of sea creatures: angelfish, goby, flatfish, sailfish, seahorse, y octopus, porcupine, shark, tail, tentacles, y spikes, flat, fast, sharp y

To introduce new vocabulary Poem from text book

Conjunction: and

Power point slides


Practice (6 mins)

MI: intrapersonal intelligence

Thinking skill: matching

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Teacher gives worksheet A to each pupil about matching pictures of sea creatures with its name. Teacher discuss the answers with the students Teacher gives worksheet B which is a crossword puzzle. Teacher discusses the answer with the pupils. Teacher let pupils work in pairs. Teacher gives each pair the third worksheet C about forming sentences by matching words and phrases Teacher asks each pair to read their sentences. Teacher highlight the importance of keeping the sea clean Teacher shows another video about sea creatures Teacher and pupils sing the song together Teacher tells pupils that next lesson is about seafood

Worksheet A

Worksheet B

Production (8 mins)

MI: interpersonal intelligence, verbal linguistics Suggested sentence patterns: The flatfish is yellow and blue. The porcupine fish is cute but dangerous.

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Give pupils opportunity to apply what have been drilled before Worksheet C Encourage discussion among peers

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Building pupils selfesteem

Moral value: love the sea, keep the sea clean Closure ( 4 mins) y y y

Video clip

Let the pupils prepare for next lesson