Lesson Plan

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 79
  • Published : May 3, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
ZAINAB BINTI BUANG 801008-01-6462 HBEL2103: TEACHING OF LISTENING AND SPEAKING (SEMESTER SEPTEMBER 2010)

Date Day Class Enrolment Level Theme Topic

: 08th November 2010 : Monday : 5 Rafflesia (10 years old) : 24 pupils : Advanced learners : World of Stories : The Stone Cutter

Focused skills : Listening and Speaking Teaching Aids: Video Compact Disc (The Stone Cutter), Mask, Pocket Chart, Word Cards and Picture Cards. Value CCTS : Be thankful : Making associations or connections, comparing, memorising and arranging in order of priority Grammar : Nouns / Adjective

Specification : 1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.3 Listen to simple descriptions, recounts and factual texts and talk about them. 1.7.1 Listen to stories and fables and recall the names of people and animals. 1.7.3 Listen to stories and fables and recall the sequence of events. 2.3.1 Name or identify objects 2.3.6 Take part in teacher guided discussions. 2.4.3 Tell what happens next. 2.5.2 Talk about actions of people in a story heard, read or viewed. 2.7.3 Suggesting ideas to do things eg stimulations. Learning Outcomes : 1. Listen to, identify the characters and enjoy the story. 2. Obtain information from texts listened to in relation to main ideas, specific details and sequence. 3. Listen to and matching sentence parts correctly. 4. Make a short sketch from the characters chosen in the story heard. 5. Talk about the people, places and moral values of the stories heard in simple language.

1

ZAINAB BINTI BUANG 801008-01-6462 HBEL2103: TEACHING OF LISTENING AND SPEAKING (SEMESTER SEPTEMBER 2010)

Stage

Content

Teaching and Learning Activities

Theoretical / Explanation / Rationale

1) Teacher

shows

different Set induction is about preparation when the

picture cards of the characters students are set, they are ready to learn. in the story. Concisely, set induction is about getting the

2) While showing the pictures, pupils ready and inducing them into the teacher tells the pupils some right mind set. clues about today‟s lesson. Set Induction 5 minutes Teaching aids used: 1. Picture Cards of characters in the story. “Look and paste” 3) Pupils are asked to paste the Perrott (1982) identified four purposes of pictures on the board. 4) Pupils take part and paste the pictures on the board in correct order. using set induction. 1) Focusing attention on what is to be learned by gaining the interest of students. 2) Moving from old to new materials and linking of the two. 3) Providing a structure for the lesson and setting expectations of what will happen. 4) Giving meaning to a new concept or principle such as giving examples.

2

ZAINAB BINTI BUANG 801008-01-6462 HBEL2103: TEACHING OF LISTENING AND SPEAKING (SEMESTER SEPTEMBER 2010)

THE RATIONALE OF USING THIS SET INDUCTION DURING THE

LESSON ARE: 1) To arouse pupils interest to learn the lesson. 2) To give clues about the lesson before the task begin. 3) When teacher asks the pupils to paste the pictures on the board, teacher can see the pupils

participating in the lesson. 4) To see the co-operation between the pupils in class. 5) To increase students receptivity to what is going to be taught. 6) To abstract the students interest about the topic.

1) Teacher

explains

the Thinking through the introduction to the

characters in the story.

3

ZAINAB BINTI BUANG 801008-01-6462 HBEL2103: TEACHING OF LISTENING AND SPEAKING (SEMESTER SEPTEMBER 2010)

2) Pupils listen and pay attention lesson is a good way to be sure that to the explanation. “Introducing the characters” students understand what the lesson will be

3) Teacher drills pupils with the about. The introduction to a lesson is often characters name and build up overlooked and taken for granted. A good their memory into it. introduction, though, will engage students, tell them what to expect from the lesson and provide a framework from with each student can work. Drawing students'...
tracking img