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Mohamad Irwandy Lesson Plan Language ArtsL

Class 3 Merah
Date 19
th
March 2014
Time 8.30 a.m- 9.30 a.m
Number of Pupils 38
Focus: Language Arts
Theme: World of knowledge
Topic: Animals
Content Standard: 4.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able
to enjoy and appreciate rhymes, poems and songs through
performance.

4.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able
to plan, organize and produce creative works for enjoyment.
Learning Standard: 4.1.1 Able to enjoy action songs, jazz chants and poems through
non-verbal response.
4.3.2 Able to perform with guidance based on:
a) poems
Objective: By the end of this lesson, pupils will:
a) recite the poem with the correct pronunciation, rhythm and
intonation
b) state 4 different types of animals and their characteristics
c) act out with guidance the 4 different types of animals in the
poem
Cross-curricular elements Multiple Intelligences, Constructivism, Contextual Learning,
Knowledge Acquisition
Teaching Aids: Mahjong Paper (Poem lyrics), manila card, animal pictures, blue
tag, animal masks and props, worksheet.
Character building Co-operation, respect, confidence



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Activity Content Teachers notes Remarks
Set induction (5 Minutes)

1. The teacher asks the
pupils whether or not
they have any pets.
2. Pupils answer and
give a brief
description about
their pets.
3. The teacher asks the
pupils whether they
have been to the zoo
and asks what
animals were there.
4. Pupils name the
animals they have
seen.

Instructional Language
1. Class, do you have any
pets at home?

2. Class, have you been to
the zoo?

3. What kind of animals do
you see at the zoo?




1. Invoke pupils
interest on the topic
by asking question
related to
experience.


2. Relate pupils prior
knowledge on the
topic animals.
3. Learning strategy
a) Open ended
questions

4. Integrated Skills:
a) Listening &
Speaking
Sample Questions:
- What is the name of
your pet? Why do you
name it like that?
-How does a monkey
sounds like? Why does
it sound like that?



CCTS:
a) Making associations








Presentation (15 Minutes)
1. The teacher read the
poem on the mahjong
paper.

1. Material:
a) Mahjong paper
[ Lyrics- Guess,

Refer to Appendix 1



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2. Pupils repeat by
reading the poem after
the teacher.
3. The teacher points out
7 words that the pupils
are not familiar with.
4. The pupils pronounce
the words correctly with
the teachers guidance.

Instructional Language

1. Okay class, can you
guess the title of this poem?

2. I will read the poem first
and you will listen.

3. Now, read the first stanza
after me.

4. Good, now the girls, read
the second stanza together.

5. Good, now the boys, read
the third stanza together.

6. Alright, now everyone,
read the last stanza
together.

7. Do you know what this
word means? (pointing on
the highlighted words)
Who am I?]

2. Learning
strategies/approaches/
techniques
a) Reading
aloud
b) Phonics

3. Teach
pronunciation,
rhythm and
intonation and sight
words

4. Educational
emphases:
Contextual Learning

5. Value: Confidence
Guide the students to
recite the poem
properly. Do this 2
times per stanza if the
pupils still cannot
follow the rhtym
correctly the first time.

CCTS:
a) Creating mental
pictures
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8. Now, repeat the words
after the teacher. (pupils
repeat the words the teacher
say with the correct
pronunciation)


Practice (15 Minutes)
1. The teacher asks the
pupils the names of the
4 animals.
2. The teacher puts the
pictures of animals on
the side of the poem to
help the student guess.
3. The teacher act out
the animals in front of
the pupils.
4. Pupils guess the
name of the animals and
pronounce them
correctly.
5. Repeat until the pupils
have guessed all the
animals correctly.
6. The teacher teaches
the characteristics of the
4 animals to the pupils.
7. The chosen pupil act
out the animal they
chose using props.



1. Material:
a) Mahjong paper
[Lyrics- Guess, Who
am I?
b) Pictures of animals,
masks and props.

2. Teaching/learning
strategy
a) Total physical
response

3. Multiple
Intelligences:
a) Bodily-kinesthetic

4. Educational
emphasis:
Constructivism

5. Values:
Respect





Refer to Appendix 1


Refer to Appendix 2






Sample questions:
1. Why does it have
claws?
2. Is the animal long or
short, tall or small?
Why?


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Instructional Language
1. Alright class, can you
tell teacher what animal
you think this is?
2. Alright, class look at
the lion. What is this
called? (pointing at the
claws) These are claws.
They are sharp and the
lion used them to hunt.
3. Now, teacher will
choose a pupil to come
in front to demonstrate
how the animals move.
4. Before you do the
action, you must wear
this mask to look like the
animal.
Production (20 Minutes)
1. The teacher instructs
the pupils to get into
groups of five.
2. The pupils then are
given worksheets of a
picture of any of the 4
animals found in the
poem.
3. The pupils discuss
and write the
characteristics of the
animal.
4. The pupils discuss
how to act out the animal
together.

1. Materials:
a) Worksheets


2. Writing the animals
name and
characteristics using
the knowledge
obtained or prior
knowledge.

3. Teaching strategy:
Cooperative learning

4. Integrated Skills:


Refer to Appendix 3











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5. Each group come up
front and presents the
characteristics of their
animal and act it out
together.

Instructional Language
1. Now class, get into
groups of 5. (The teacher
points to the first and second
row. The pupils on the first
row group together with the
second row)

2. Fill this with the correct
animal name and fill the
other box with their
characteristics.

3. After this, your group will
act out the animal in your
worksheet in front of the
class.
a) Reading
b) Writing

5. CCTS:
a) Identifying
characteristics





6. Multiple
Intelligences:
a) Bodily-kinesthetic


7. Value:
Cooperation
Closure (5 Minutes)
1. Ask the pupils to
produce each animal
sound together.
2. The pupils pronounce
the name of the animals
correctly.

Instructional Language
1. Now class, how does a
lion sounds like?

1) Reinforcement

2) Value:
Confidence
CCTS
Sample question
1. What kind of animal
do you like? Why?

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2. What is this animal again?
(points to any stanza in the
poem)























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Appendix 1
Guess,Who am I?
My body is long,
scaly and shiny,
hisshisshiss... I move along,
I maybe big and I maybe tiny,
Guess, Who am I?
Roarroar
says me, King of the Jungle,
with my big paws and sharp claws,
I go around with my fierce face
Guess, Who am I?
Big and spotty,
Thats what I am,
MooMooMoo I called to you,
I have two short horns,
Guess, Who am I?
Flap, Flap and Flap
My big ears slap
I have a long trunk
And two tusks to match
Guess, Who am I?



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Appendix 2


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Appendix 3


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Appendix 4
Fill in the middle box with the name of the animal. Fill in the other boxes with the
characteristics of the animal.



Name



















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Appendix 4
Fill in the middle box with the name of the animal. Fill in the other boxes with the
characteristics of the animal.



Name



















Mohamad Irwandy Lesson Plan Language ArtsL

Appendix 4
Fill in the middle box with the name of the animal. Fill in the other boxes with the
characteristics of the animal.



Name



















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Appendix 4
Fill in the middle box with the name of the animal. Fill in the other boxes with the
characteristics of the animal.






Name