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Grammar

Year 4

Focus
: Grammar
Learning Standard(s)
appropriately;

:5.3.1 able to use verbs correctly and

a) irregular verbs
b) regular verbs
:World of Stories
:
Arabella and the monster
: By the end of the lesson pupils
will be able

Theme
Topic
Objective(s)
to:
i. use verbs correctly and appropriately.
Time:
60 minutes
Teaching Aid(s)
: textbook, picture cards and pictures
with pages for story
Cross Curricular Element(s): Creativity, Multiple Intelligences

Set Induction:
Teacher shows a story titled Princess
Arabella and the monsters .
Pupils talk about the story; the pictures, the
characters and storyline

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Once upon a time, there was a princess


named Arabella. She lived happily with
the king and queen.

One night, three big monsters came to


her room. They kidnapped her.

The monsters ran and took Princess


Arabella to the mountains.

They locked her up in a dungeon. She


was very sad.

The king and queen ordered a brave


and handsome prince to save the lovely
princess.

He rode his white horse quickly to the


mountains.

He found the princess and fought with


the ugly monsters.

Presentation :
Explanation of language function Past Tense
a)Regular verbs
b)Irregular verbs
Step 1
Teacher gives a text of a story and read the
story.

Asking pupils to locate verbs in the text


Teacher guides pupils to underline the words in the
past tense in the text .

Step

2
Teacher asks pupils to extract out the words in past tense
and put in the table.
Teacher plays a game called Find my match
Teacher gives cards in present and past tense to the
pupils and in their groups, pupils will find the words in
present and its past tenses.
Step 3: Teacher ask the pupils to write the words of their
present tense form in the table.

Step 4: rewrite the sentence in present tense with


guidance

Group discussion to come up with grammar


lesson which introduce the regular and
irregular past tense
Categorizing of the regular and irregular
verbs.
For low performance, they only write the
regular verbs.

Thank you