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LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON PLAN

Subject
Date / Day
Time
Class
No. of pupils
Pupils level
Theme
Topic
Language Focus
Integrated Skills
Learning Standards

English Language
4th September 2014
12.00pm 1.00pm (60 minutes)
4 Anggun
40 pupils
Upper Intermediate
World of Knowledge
Anthology of Poem: Noisy Food
Language Arts
Reading, Listening and Speaking
4.1.2 Able to sing songs and recite jazz chants, poems with correct
pronunciation, stress, rhythm and intonation
4.3.1 Able to plan, produce and display creative works based on literary texts

DSKP
CCE/ E.E.
Habits of Mind (HOM)
Grammar
Vocabulary
Teaching Aids

using a variety of media with guidance


Creativity and Innovation, Contextual Learning
Creating, imagining, and innovating
Action verbs
munching, slurping, eating, crunching, popping, sucking, squelches
Poem Noisy Food, Worksheet 1, paper containing tree with branches, laptop,

Moral Values
Previous Knowledge

speaker, audio clip


Work collaboratively, Dont waste food, Do not be greedy
Pupils have been eating different kind of food in their life.

General Objective

Pupils should be able to recite the poem with correct pronunciation, stress,

Specific Objectives

rhythm and intonation


By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to :
i. identify the eating sound and guess the name of the food correctly
ii. colour the sound of the food with hint provided correctly
iii. draw and colour noisy and non-noisy food

REMARKS
STEP

CONTENT
Guess me right!

Set Induction

TEACHING & LEARNING ACTIVITIES


1. Teacher asks pupils about their
favourite food.

(Rationale, AVA, CCE,


Moral values, HOM.)
To set the mood and
mentally prepare pupils
for the lesson.

2. Teacher plays an audio clip of food


being eaten.

+5 minutes

3. Pupils listen to the sounds and


guess the name of food that they
think have been eaten in the audio
clip.

Presentation

Introduction to the
poem: Noisy Food

1. Teacher distributes the poem


Noisy Food to the pupils.
2. Teacher recites the poem and
pupils follow after the teacher with
correct pronunciation, stress,
rhythm and intonation.

+12 minutes

3. Teacher explains about the poem.


4. Teacher recites the poem again
with some actions and the sound of
the food.

Teaching aids:
1. Laptop
2. Speaker
3. Audio clip

To introduce pupils about


the sound of food through
poetry
Teaching aid:
1. The poem Noisy
Food
CCTS:
1. Contextual learning
Whole-class activity

5. Teacher asks pupils to follow the


actions done by teacher.

Practice

+18 minutes

Worksheet 1 What
sound does the food
make?
Example: When the
teacher says Apple,
red, pupils will have
to colour munching
circle with red colour
pencil.

1. Teacher distributes Worksheet 1 to


each pupil.
2. Teacher explains the task to the
pupils.
3. Teacher says out the name of one
food and pupils will have to colour
the correct sound using the correct
colour which the teacher
mentioned.

To gauge pupils
recognition skill and
assess their memory
Teaching aid:
1. Worksheet 1
CCTS:
1. Thinking Skills
Individual activity

4. Teacher discusses the answer with


pupils.

Production

+25 minutes

Tree of Food

1. Teacher divides pupils into eight


groups.
2. Teacher distributes a paper with
contains a tree with eight branches
to each group.

To evaluate pupils
understanding of what
they have learnt
To express pupils
creativity in drawing

3. Teacher asks each group to draw


four noisy and four non-noisy food
in the paper. Then, they are asked
to colour their drawing.
4. Teacher observes pupils works in
each group.

Teaching aid:
1. Paper containing a
tree with branches
HOM:
Creating, imagining, and
innovating

5. Teacher asks each group to


present their works in front of the
class and asks them to produce
the sound made by the food that
they have drawn in the paper.

Moral values:
1. Be creative
2. Work collaboratively

Closure

1. Teacher asks group leader from


each group to paste their works on
the wall.

To show pupils creativity


in their works

+5 minutes

2. Teacher brings pupils for a gallery


walk.

Gallery Walk

3. Teacher instils moral values to the


pupils.

Group activity

Moral Values:
1. Work collaboratively
2. Do not waste food
3. Do not be greedy