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Subject Date Time Class Number of students Students level Theme Topic Focus/main skill Integrated skills learning

standards/ curriculum specifications

Language Arts 20th April 2013 8.45 9.45 am (1 hour) 3 Mawar 30 students

Mixed ability World of Knowledge So Many Fruits Speaking Listening, reading and writing 1.1.3 Able to listen to, say aloud and recite rhymes, tongue twisters and sing songs paying to pronunciation, rhythm and intonation. 2.2.3 3.2.1 4.3.1 Able to read and understand simple and compound sentences. Able to complete linear texts. Able to produce simple creative works with guidance based on poems.

General objective

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to sing the song happily.

Specific objectives Educational Emphasis CCTS Multiple Intelligences Vocabulary Grammar Previous Knowledge Moral Values

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to sing the song with their own favourite fruit with guidance from the teacher.

Making association of adjective with the fruits Interpersonal and Linguistic development

Healthy, good, bananas, mangos teen, star fruits Adjective Students have learnt about adjective in their previous lesson.

1. Cooperation 2. Awareness 3. The importance of eating fresh fruits

Teaching Aids

1. Manila card 2. A3 paper (drawing block) 3. Are you Sleeping? song 4. Envelopes contain pictures of fresh fruits.

Stage/Time

Content

Teaching & Learning Activities

Remarks/ Rationale

Introduction to the Set Induction lesson. Fruits in an orchard: Banana (+5 Minutes) Durian Rambutan Papaya Mango Starfruits

1. Teacher asks students whether their family have orchard. 2. Students then are asked what fruits they have in their orchard and shared to the class. 3. Teacher gives chances to the students to guess what the topic for the lesson. 4. Teacher introduces the topic that is about fresh fruits and shows PowerPoint presentation on fresh fruits.

Rationale Set pupils mood before the teacher begins the lesson and to arouse pupils attention.

Teaching Aid PowerPoint presentation on fresh fruits.

Moral value Awareness

Reading aloud Stage 1 activity. I love song: Presentation I love bananas I love bananas (+15 Minutes) Yummy tummy Yummy tummy for for my

1. Teacher displays the lyric of the song that written on manila Rationale card by putting it on the board. 2. Teacher reads aloud the lyrics and asks the students to repeat after her line by line. 3. Next, students are asked to read the lyrics aloud together. Teaching Aids 4. Then, teacher displays the song Are you Sleeping? and Lyrics of I Love.. song displayed on asks the students whether they familiar with the tune. the board. 5. Teacher shows a demo singing the written lyrics on the board using the Are you Sleeping? tune. my 6. Students are instructed to sing the song with teachers guidance. Enhance pupils read aloud skills.

I love bananas I love bananas They are healthy And good for me.

Fresh fruits. What am I

1.

Teacher asks students one by one to name a fruit that they Rationale like and then students are instructed to share the The activity will make the pupils

Stage 2

A vs B B vs C C vs D 2.

characteristics of the fruit such as colour, taste and size. Teacher divides students into groups of five and each group required to select a person to represent their group. 3. First representative from group A starts the game by choosing an envelope that contains a picture of a fruit and he/she cannot show the picture it to other groups. -

enjoy and become enthusiastic in their leaning. Enhance pupils speaking skills and boost up their confidence in learning process.

Practice

E vs F F vs A

(+20 Minutes)

4.

In 30 seconds, group B needs to guess what the name of the fruit and they are given 5 chances to ask questions to

Teaching Aids

the person holding the picture. The questions should be Envelopes contain pictures of fresh fruits. based on the characteristics and the criteria of the fruit. 5. Then, the activity continues with representative from another group. 6. For a right answer, the group will be given 5 marks and 0 marks for wrong answer. 7. If a group is failed to give the right answer, then the chances to answer and ask questions is given to another group. 8. Teacher announces the winner and gives stars for each member of the group. CCTS Making association of adjective with the fruits Moral Values cooperation

1. Teacher distributes A3 paper (drawing block) to each group Rationale Stage 3 Sing your favourite fruit Production I love bananas* *durians, (+10Minutes) papayas, of the students. 2. The students are instructed to think and draw a fruit on the paper as a group. 3. Then, teacher assigns each group to replace the word bananas in the lyric with the name of their selected fruit and sing the song group by group accordingly. Teaching Aid Boost up pupils confidence level and express their feeling or idea through art work.

mangosteens.

4. This is done twice and teacher selects the winner of the A3 paper (drawing block) activity by evaluating the cooperation among the group and their creativity on the drawing. 5. Teacher asks students to paste their drawing on the wall Moral Value and they are given chances to have a look at the other groups drawings. Cooperation

Closure

Summary of the 1. Teacher asks students whether they have enjoyed the Rationale lesson lesson. 2. Teacher picks a few students to sum up what they have learnt. 3. Teacher praises students effort, summarizes the lesson and instills moral values by telling students the benefits of eating fresh fruits. Moral Value The benefits of eating fresh fruits. To enhance pupils confident in leaning the target language as well as encourages them to apply their knowledge in daily life.

(+5 minutes)

Nursery rhymes TITLE: OATS, PEAS, BEANS AND BARLEY GROW

Oats, peas, beans, and barley grow Oats, peas, beans, and barley grow Do you or I or anyone know How oats, peas, beans, and barley grow

Stamps his foot and claps his hands And turn around to view his land

Next the farmer hoes the weeds Then he stands and takes his ease

First the farmer sows his seed Then he stands and takes his ease Stamps his foot and claps his hands And turn around to view his land

Stamps his foot and claps his hands And turn around to view his land

Last the farmer harvest his seed Then he stands and takes his ease

Next the farmer waters the seed Then he stands and takes his ease

Stamps his foot and claps his hands And turn around to view his land