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CARE FOR THE SEA LISTENING SPEAKING

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LESSON PLAN
Subject: English
Class: 4 Mesra
Enrolment: 27 pupils
Date/Day: 15th April 2015
Time: 8.30 a.m. – 9.30 a.m.
Theme : World of Knowledge
Topic: Care for the Sea
Module: L&S
Content Standards:
1.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling,
pupils will be able to understand and respond to oral texts in a variety of contexts.

Learning Standards: 1.1.4 Able to talk about related topics with guidance
1.3.1 Able to listen to and demonstrate
understanding of oral texts by: a) asking and answering questions

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: CCE/EE(added values) : Brainstorming, contextualism.
Language Content : Noun: large,small,male,female,etc
Instructional Materials (Teaching aids) : word cards, worksheet, tasksheet, Previous Knowledge: Pupils have learnt about sea creatures. Anticipated Problems: Pupils may not understand some of the words from the text read by the teacher.

Solutions: Teacher use direct-translation.

STAGE / TIME
CONTENT
TEACHING / LEARNING ACTIVITIES
RATIONALE
REMARKS

Set Induction
(2 minutes)

1. Pupils start usual routine by pick up
rubbish on floor, rearrange desks, and
put away unnessary things.
2. Teacher asks the pupils of the sea
creatures that they know.

(i) To arrouse pupils’ interest about the topic

Pre
(10 minutes)

Noun:
(i) Grow
(ii) Large
(iii) Sink
(iv) Shrink
(v) Male
(vi) Female
(vii) Float
3. Teacher pastes word cards on the black
board.
4. Teacher highlights the words.
5. Teacher highlights the opposite words.
6. Teacher ask a pupil to match the word
card.

(i) To promote the knowledge intended for the lesson (noun)

Word cards
While
(30 minutes)

7. Teacher asks the pupils to get into
groups.
8. Teacher distributes a worksheet for
every groups.
9. Teacher reads facts about sea
creatures.
10. Pupils answer the worksheet while
listening to the teacher.
11. Teacher rereads the facts.
12. Teacher checks the answers with
pupils.

Worksheet
Post
(15 minutes)

13. Teacher distributes tasksheet to the
pupils.
14. Pupils answer the tasksheet
individually.
15. Teacher checks answers with the
pupils.
(i) To assess pupils understanding

Tasksheet
Closure
(3 minutes)

16. Teacher summarizes the lesson by
asking questions about the lesson.
17. Teacher recaps what pupils have
learnt.

(i) To consolidate pupils’ understanding of the lesson.
.

Reflection:

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