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Lesson Plan 1
What are Conjunctions?
Teacher: Ms. Salisha Ali
Date: April 11th, 2011
Class: Standard 3
Estimated time: 30 minutes
Teaching point: The student should clearly understand what a conjunction is. Pre- knowledge: Student is familiar with different sentences. Materials: White board, marker, pen, paper.
Objectives:
Students should be able to:
* State what is conjunction.
* Give examples of a conjunction.
Procedure:
Set Induction: Teacher engages student in a discussion about two sentences. (5 minutes) Step 1: The teacher recaps the concept of conjunction. (5 minutes) Step 2: The student is then asked to come up with three sentences that show conjoining sentences. (10 minutes) Step 3: The teacher will then allow the students to explain in his own words what conjunctions are. (5 minutes) Step 5: The student are asked to write sentences that conjure the idea of conjunctions. (5 minutes)

Student Activities:
Students will:
* Write sentences that conjure conjunctions.
* Explain in his own words what conjunctions are.
Closure: The teacher will then distribute a folder to the student and at the end of the week they are entitled to make a portfolio of everything that was taught to them. Evaluation Strategies: Students are asked to write atleast five sentences that contain conjunctions. Contingency Plan: If the pace of the student is to slow the teacher would be the one to provide examples of the concept until the student grasp the concept of the term conjunction.

Lesson Plan 2
The Conjunction “ And”
Teacher: Ms. Salisha Ali
Date: April 12th, 2011
Class: Standard 3
Estimated Time: 30 minutes
Teaching Point: The student should be able to understand how to form sentences using the word “and.” Pre – knowledge: The student knows the song “If you happy and you know it.” Materials: White board, marker, paper, pen, coloring pencils and song “If you happy and you know it.” Objectives:

Student should be able to:
* Identify what the “and” conjunction is.
* Give examples of it.
Procedure:
Set Induction: Teacher asks student to sing the song “If you happy and you know it.” (3 minutes) Step 1: Teacher tells the student about the conjunction “and”. (2 minutes) Step 2: Teacher from the song extract helps the student pick out the sentences that contain the conjunctions “and.” (10 minutes)

Step 3: The student are asked to make some sentences with the conjunction “and”. (5 minutes) Student Activities:
The student will:
* Sing the song
* Identify the conjunction “and” in the song.
* Make sentences to help broaden their understanding of the conjunction “and” Closure: The student would have to write sentences with the “and” conjunction in it to be placed in the portfolio. Evaluation Strategies: The student is asked to write a short summary of themselves using the “and” conjunction. Contingency Plan: If the pace of the student is too sluggish then the teacher would have to continue to provide examples and explanation until the student gets the point.

Lesson Plan 3
The Conjunction “but”
Teacher: Ms. Salisha Ali
Date: April 13th, 2011
Class: Standard 3
Estimated Time: 30 minutes
Teaching Point: At the end of this lesson, the student would have understood what “but” conjunction are. Pre – knowledge: Student are familiar with the concept of conjunction and the conjunction “and” Materials: White board marker, paper, pen, pencil.

Objectives:
At the end student should be able to:
* Identify what is the importance of the conjunction “but” * Write sentences that contain “but” conjunction.
Procedure:
Set Induction: Teacher gives the student to provide an example of a two sentences. (5 minutes)
Step 1: The teacher explains what is the purpose of the “but” conjunction. (10 minutes)
Step 2: Teacher give an example to the student. (5 minutes).
Step 4: The teacher allows the student to provide sentences that contain “but” conjunctions.
(10 minutes)
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