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DAILY LESSON PLAN Subject Class Date Enrolment Time Theme Unit Topic Focused Skill Integrated Skills

Language Focus Previous Knowledge : English Language : 3 Arif : 19th August 2013 : 35 pupils : 8.05 a.m 9.05 a.m : World of Knowledge : Unit 12 Fresh Fruits : What fruits do you like to eat? : Listening and Speaking : Writing : Vocabulary (fruits) : Wh-questions

Content Standard

: By the end of the Year 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to:

1.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to pronounce words and speak confidently with the correct stress, rhythm and intonation. 1.3 understands and responds to oral texts in a variety of contexts. Learning Standard :

1.1.4 Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance. 1.3.1 Able to listen to and demonstrate understanding of oral texts by: a) Asking simple Wh-questions b) Answering simple Wh-questions Lesson Objectives :

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: i) ii) iii) listen and number the correct fruits that they heard. write at least 2 sentences about the place that the pupils know in the school. give correct response on their favourite fruits. : CCTS - Comparing and contrasting, knowledge acquisition and citizenship. Moral values cooperation, helpful Teaching Aids: Word cards, series of pictures (fruits)

Educational Emphases



Teaching and Learning Activities



Set Induction (+5 minutes )

Questions Do you like to eat fruits? What fruits do you like to eat?

1. Teacher greets the pupils. Then asks them whether they -to arouse like to eat fruits or not. 2. Based on the pupils answers, the pupils need to talk about the fruits that they like and where they usually get the fruits 3. Teacher asks pupils when they usually eat the fruits. The pupils also need to talk about anything on the fruits. 4. Then teacher relates the pupils answer with the topic of the day. -to let the students get the overview of the lesson pupils interest and curiosity

Presentation Fruits ( + 15 minutes) -watermelon -mangosteen -banana -papaya -rambutan -pineapple -pear -mango

1. Teacher shows a several picture cards of the fruits. 2. Then the pupils need to tell the teacher what fruits are they. 3. The teacher then gives several characteristics of each fruit, the taste and the appearance of each fruits. 4. The pupils then need to repeat and tells the class about the fruits that they have learned. They also need to talk about any other fruits that they know. 5. The teacher then gives task sheet where the pupils need to write down the characteristic of the fruits in the form of mind map.

-to let the pupils -Picture get know more about the fruits. - to ensure pupils understand the topic. -to let the pupils listen to the description cards (fruits)

1. The pupils are going to sit in pairs. The teacher explains the next activity to the pupils. 2. Each pair will need to ask their friends about the fruits that they like, why they like the fruits, or when do they eat the fruits. 3. The pupils have to use wh-questions. Teacher will guide the pupils if they have anything that they dont understand. Task sheet 1

What is your favourite fruit? Practice ( + 20 minutes) -My favourite fruit is watermelon.

Listening and speaking Strategy:Checking comprehension throughout the

Why do you like to eat watermelon? I like to eat watermelon because it is juicy.

4. The pupils also need to discuss how they can get the fruits. The pupils are given 7 minutes to do the activity. 5. The pupils need to discuss on how to go place like library, from their classroom. Then, random pairs will be called out by the teacher to tell the class. 6. The other pupils need to listen to their friends explanation and give opinion about their friends favourite fruit.

activity. - to ensure pupils understand the task -to let all the pupils have the chance to talk about their favourite fruits.

1. The teacher proceeds to the next activity. Before playing Production ( + 15 minutes) I am a watermelon. You usually find me in the fruits store. the game, the teacher let the pupils to sit in group of 6. 2. Each group will be given a picture of a fruit, and they have to write a simple story about the fruit. For example, I am a watermelon. My friends usually called me Melon. 3. The pupils need to write the story on a piece of mahjong paper. They are given 7 minutes to complete the story. 4. After the time is up, each group need to present their story at the front. The other will have to listen to the story Thinking strategy: Apply new information to the task at hand. - to ensure pupils understand what they are

and gives necessary comments to their friends story. 5. After all the groups have presented their story, the teacher will choose the best story. Each member of the group will be given a reward. 1. The teacher recalls on the things that the pupils have What we have learned today? learn on the day. A few students will volunteer to answer the questions. 2. The teacher calls out several volunteer to tell several characteristics of any fruits. 4. The pupils are reminded to always eat fruits, because fruits contain many beneficial vitamins that can help them to stay healthy. 5. The teacher also tell the pupils that fruits are fibre, so fruits can help them to digest the fruits smoothly. The teacher then summarize the lesson.

expected to do -to let the pupils engaged in creating the story.

- to reinforce pupils understanding of the fruits

Closure (+5 minutes)

What do you guys have to do in school?

-to instill moral value to the pupils

Reflection: Based on my lesson, there are several things that I would like to reflect on. Firstly, although the objectives of the lesson were achieved, some of the pupils still were still reluctant to work in groups. They just sit in the group but not helping their group much. So, the things that I have done was I let the pupils to paste the pictures, so he/she just need to do the work, while the other members will have to listen to my instructions carefully. Besides that, the classroom is still under control although they did group work. I still can give my instruction clearly and all the pupils were working so well in groups.