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WEEK : 11

DAY : MONDAY

DATE: 11/3/2013

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Theme: Health Topic: Live Smart Learning outcome: 1) Preparing a healthy menu for a family 2) Read and understand a food label Activities: 1) Students discuss in groups of four to to prepare a healthy menu for breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner. 2) Students are asked to write down the recipe for the dishes. 3) Students present their menus and recipes Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook 7 sample of healthy recipe Reflections: The teaching and learning was not carried out since the teacher was on medical leave. Topic: Literature component: One Is One And All Alone Learning outcome: 1) Identifying the moral values in the short story 2) Describe events that portray the moral values Activities: 1) Students take part in the brainstorming session and list down the moral values. 2) Students choose one event to describe each moral value Teaching aids: Short story :: One Is One And All Alone Reflections: The teaching and learning was not carried out since the teacher was on medical leave. Topic: Literature Component: Poem: The River Learning outcome 1) Describe the mood and personality of the river stanza by stanza Activities: 1) Students are asked to group the words given into the correct category. 2) Students are asked to pick the words that describe the personality of the river Teaching aids: Poem: The River Reflections: The teaching and learning was not carried out since the teacher was on medical leave. Topic: Literature Component: Poem: The River Learning outcome 1) Describe the mood and personality of the river stanza by stanza Activities: 1) Students are asked to group the words given into the correct category. 2) Students are asked to pick the words that describe the personality of the river Teaching aids: Poem: The River Reflections: The teaching and learning was not carried out since the teacher was on medical leave. Topic: Literature component: One Is One And All Alone Learning outcome: 1) Identifying the moral values in the short story 2) Describe events that portray the moral values Activities: 1) Students take part in the brainstorming session and list down the moral values. 2) Students choose one event to describe each moral value Teaching aids: Short story :: One Is One And All Alone Reflections: The teaching and learning was not carried out since the teacher was on medical leave.

WEEK : 11
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DAY : TUESDAY

DATE: 12/3/2013

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Theme: Health Topic: Live Smart Learning Outcome: 1) Take part in a conversation about healthy eating habits. 2) Discuss the ways to be healthy Activities: 1) Students are asked to complete the dialogues with suitable words to describe healthy eating habits. 2) Students are asked to give suggestions in their conversation the ways to be healthy. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook page 49 Reflections: 34/38 students were able to take part in in the role play. Theme: Health Topic: Live Smart Learning Outcome: 1) Take part in a conversation about healthy eating habits. 2) Discuss the ways to be healthy Activities: 1) Students are asked to complete the dialogues with suitable words to describe healthy eating habits. 2) Students are asked to give suggestions to their friends the ways to be healthy. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook page 49 Reflections: 28/32 students were able to take part in the role play. Theme: People and Social Issues Topic: The Value Of Friendship Activities: 1) Write a poem using the acronym F.R.I.E.N.D.S.H.I.P to describe the qualities of a good friend. 2) Describe the qualities of a good friend. Activities: 1) Pair Work : Students are asked to write the poem to describe friendship. 2) Students are asked to draw the mind map of the qualities of a good friend. 3) Students recite their poems in class. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook Reflections: 38/40 students were able to complete the poem and the mind map in class.

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WEEK : 12
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DAY :WEDNESDAY

DATE: 19/3/2013

Topic: Literature Component: Poem: Mr Nobody Learning outcome 1) Read and understand the poem Activities: 1) Selected students are asked to recite the poem aloud 2) Students are divided into groups and asked to present the meaning of each stanza Teaching aids: Poem: Mr Nobody Reflections:

2.20-3.30 BI 1R

Theme: Social issues Topic: Better safe Than Sorry Learning outcome: 1) Read and understand news reports from the newspaper. 2) Identify the main ideas and supporting details Activities: 1) Students are asked to read the news like a newscaster. 2) Students are asked to write down main ideas by asking the WH questions about the accident.. 3) Students discuss the answer of the comprehension questions. Teaching aids: Newspaper report Reflections:

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Theme: People and Social Issues Topic: The Value Of Friendship Learning outcome: 1) Take part in a role play about the relationship between friends. 2) Respond to situations in friendship described . Activities: 1) Students take part in a role play on the given situations about friends relationship. 2) Students are asked respond by suggesting the solution for the problems given. Teaching aids: Handout(Situations) Reflections:

WEEK : 11

DAY : THURSDAY

DATE: 14/3/2013

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Theme: Health Topic: Live Smart Learning Outcome: 1) Build a word bank on food and exercise. 2) Describe the methods of cooking Activities: 1) Students are asked to add the words related to food and exercise that they have learned. 2) Students are asked to draw the mind map on food and exercise. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook page 47 Reflections: 38/38 students were able to complete the word bank and the mind map in the classroom. Theme: People and Social Issues Topic: The Value Of Friendship Activities: 1) Write a poem using the acronym F.R.I.E.N.D.S.H.I.P to describe the qualities of a good friend. 2) Describe the qualities of a good friend. Activities: 1) Pair Work : Students are asked to write the poem to describe friendship. 2) Students are asked to draw the mind map of the qualities of a good friend. 3) Students recite their poems in class. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook Reflections: 36/40 students were able to complete the poem and describe the qualities in the classroom. Theme: People and Social Issues Topic: The Value Of Friendship Activities: 1) Read and understand a letter to a friend 2) Identify the main ideas and supporting details.. Activities: 1) Selected students are asked to read the passage aloud. 2) Students are asked to draw a diagram for each paragraph to identify the main ideas and supporting details. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook page 59 and 60 Reflections: 32/40 students were able to identify the main ideas and supporting details.

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WEEK : 11
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DAY : FRIDAY

DATE: 15/3/2013

Theme: Health Topic: Live Smart Learning Outcome: 1) Build a word bank on food and exercise. 2) Describe the methods of cooking Activities: 1) Students are asked to add the words related to food and exercise that they have learned. 2) Students are asked to draw the mind map on food and exercise. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook page 47 Reflections:

WEEK : 11

DAY : SATURDAY

DATE: 16/3/2013

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Theme: Health Topic: Live Smart Learning Outcome: 1) Students will be able to read and understand a passage on healthy lifestyle. Activities: 1) Students are asked to underline difficult words. 2) Students are asked to fill in the blanks with suitable words. Teaching aids:handout: Reading passage Reflections:

2.20-3.30 BI 2H

Theme: People and Social Issues Topic: The Value Of Friendship Activities: 1) Read and understand a letter to a friend 2) Identify the main ideas and supporting details.. Activities: 1) Selected students are asked to read the passage aloud. 2) Students are asked to draw a diagram for each paragraph to identify the main ideas and supporting details. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook page 59 and 60 Reflections:

5.00-6.10 BI 2J

Theme: People and Social Issues Topic: The Value Of Friendship Activities: 1) Identify and use the simple past tense correctly in sentences. 2) Write sentences using the simple past tense. Activities: 1) Students are asked to fill in the blanks with the correct form of the simple past tense 1) Students are asked to write the sentences using the given verbs in the simple past tense.. Teaching aids: English Form 2 textbook page 59 and 60 Reflections:

WEEK : 11

DAY : MONDAY

DATE: 18/3/2013

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Theme: Social issues Topic: Better safe Than Sorry Learning outcome: 3) Read and understand news reports from the newspaper. 4) Identify the main ideas and supporting details Activities: 4) Students are asked to read the news like a newscaster. 5) Students are asked to write down main ideas by asking the WH questions about the accident.. 6) Students discuss the answer of the comprehension questions. Teaching aids: Newspaper report Reflections: Topic: Literature component: One Is One And All Alone Learning outcome: 1) Comparing and contrasting a human companion with an electronic one. Activities: 1) Students list down the pros and cons of having a human companion and an electronic One.(Group work) 2) Students present their findings. Teaching aids: Short story : One Is One And All Alone Reflections: Topic: Literature Component: Poem: Mr Nobody Learning outcome 1) Read and understand the poem Activities: 1) Selected students are asked to recite the poem aloud 2) Students are divided into groups and asked to present the meaning of each stanza Teaching aids: Poem: Mr Nobody Reflections:

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2.55-3.30 BI 1R

4.25-5.00 BI 1G

Topic: Literature Component: Poem: Mr Nobody Learning outcome 1) Read and understand the poem Activities: 1) Selected students are asked to recite the poem aloud 2) Students are divided into groups and asked to present the meaning of each stanza Teaching aids: Poem: Mr Nobody Reflections: Topic: Literature component: One Is One And All Alone Learning outcome: 1) Comparing and contrasting a human companion with an electronic one. Activities: 1) Students list down the pros and cons of having a human companion and an electronic One.(Group work) 2) Students present their findings. Teaching aids: Short story : One Is One And All Alone Reflections:

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