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DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH

ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 7.01.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT English
UNIT Icebreaking
TOPIC -
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) prepare 2 exercise books for English
b) prepare text for an English oral test
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Explanation
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) Teacher gets to know the students
b) She informs the students of what to expect in the English language class
for the year in terms of tests and books that they should prepare
REFLECTION This lesson is aimed at getting to know the students first before the teacher
can begin a proper lesson








DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2



DATE/DAY 9.01.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Revision on simple present tense and simple past tense
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) match singular nouns with singular present tense verbs
b) match plural nouns with plural present tense verbs
c) change simple present tense verbs into simple past tense verbs
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) As this is the teachers first lesson with the 2I/2J class, she does an
ice-breaking session in class in order to know the students names.
b) Then, she distributes papers for them to write two exercises. These
exercises will be a quiz to determine their grammar knowledge.
c) The teacher writes these two exercises on the board and tells the
students to copy them down. She gives them 20 minutes to do this on
their own.
d) At the end of the time, the teacher collects students work.
e) Before the class ends, the teacher reminds them to bring their writing
books on Thursday for another grammar lesson
REFLECTION After marking the students work, the teacher found out that they are
very weak in their grammar. The highest mark is 8 out of 20 questions
and only 2 students scored this mark out of 24 students who came to
school on that day. More grammar remedial work is needed in order to
help them to write better in class.






DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

DATE/DAY 14.01.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Revision of Grammar Quiz
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) match singular nouns with singular present tense verbs
b) match plural nouns with plural present tense verbs
c) change simple present tense verbs into simple past tense verbs
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher returns students answer scripts for the quiz on Monday.
She comments on the students answers and why they made a lot of
mistakes.
b) She illustrates on the board how simple present tense and simple
past tense is used in sentences. For this, the teacher shows sentences
where plural nouns are matched with plural verbs or singular nouns are
matched with singular verbs. She also shows what present tense or
past tense means in those sentences.
c) She gives the students a fill-in-the blank exercise where they are to
use verbs in the present or past tense.
d) Before the class ends, the teacher asks the students to answer 2
questions in order to make sure that they know what is being taught in
class.
REFLECTION This lesson was completed. When illustrated on the board and after
listening to the teachers explanation, the students were able to answer
the questions orally in class. However, the teacher did not have the time
to give them another exercise before the lesson ended. This exercise
will be given during Fridays lesson.






DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

DATE/DAY 16.01..2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Writing simple sentences using simple present tense
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) construct sentences that have 5 words
b) construct sentences that use simple present tense
c) use action verbs that describe actions
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for writing simple sentences
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher asks the students what they have learned yesterday in
Thursday class. The students are expected to say that they have
learned about simple present tense and simple past tense.
b) The teacher checks the students work based on the exercise given
yesterday. If there are mistakes, the teacher corrects them on the
board.
c) Next, the teacher draws a simple table that divides the noun, the verb
and the subject parts of a sentence. The teacher gives examples of
sentences where each sentence will have 5 words. She also stresses
on the function of noun, verbs and the subject of each sentence.
d) When the students have finished copying this table, the teacher asks
them to fill in blanks with proper nouns, verbs and subjects.
e) Then, when the students can do this, the teacher moves on to getting
the students to construct simple sentences with 5 words. All of the
sentences will be using simple present tense. This will test their
understanding of the lesson before the class ends.
REFLECTION The students could fill in the blanks for the first exercise. But they were
very slow when it came to constructing sentences with 5 words. Most of
the time, they only knew the nouns but not the verbs and the objects
part of sentences. The teacher will have to give more exercises on
constructing sentences with 5 words next week.



DATE/DAY 21.01.2014
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Revision on simple present tense and simple past tense
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) fill in the blanks with correct nouns, verbs and objects for sentences
with 5 words
b) identify singular forms of nouns and verbs in order to fill in the blanks
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher asks the students to explain the 2 rules that they have
learned last week about subject verb-agreement. The students are
expected to say that plural nouns are matched with plural verbs while
singular nouns are matched with singular verbs.
b) Then, the teacher explains the objective of that days lesson by giving
5 more sentences that have 5 words in a table that will divide each
sentence into 3 parts the noun, the verb and the object.
c) She explains again what nouns, verbs and objects mean in each
sentence.
d) Next, she tells the students to construct sentences on their own on
the blackboard by referring to the examples. She calls some students to
write their sentences on the board. The purpose is to train them to write
sentences with only 5 words and to get them to be familiar with the first
rule of subject verb-agreement: singular nouns with singular verbs
e) Before the class ends, the teacher checks their sentences and shows
how to improve any mistakes. She reminds them to bring their Grammar
books on Thursday.
REFLECTION This lesson did not achieve the two objectives. Almost all of them had
trouble to write a sentence with 5 words as they made major errors in
using singular and plural nouns or verbs and had very little vocabulary
as in words concerning verbs or nouns. They mostly used names of
people as the main nouns in their sentences. The teacher will have to
drill them more on this on Thursday.


DATE/DAY 23.01.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Revision on simple present tense and simple past tense
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) fill in the blanks with correct nouns, verbs and objects for
sentences with 5 words
b) identify plural forms of nouns and verbs in order to fill in the blanks
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher asks the students to explain the 2 rules that they have
learned last week about subject verb-agreement. The students are
expected to say that plural nouns are matched with plural verbs while
singular nouns are matched with singular verbs.
b) Then, the teacher explains the objective of that days lesson by
giving 5 more sentences that have 5 words in a table that will divide
each sentence into 3 parts the noun, the verb and the object.
c) She explains again what nouns, verbs and objects mean in each
sentence.
d) Next, she tells the students to construct sentences on their own on
the blackboard by referring to the examples. She calls some students
to write their sentences on the board. The purpose is to train them to
write sentences with only 5 words and to get them to be familiar with
the second rule of subject verb-agreement: plural nouns with plural
verbs.
e) Before the class ends, the teacher checks their sentences and
shows how to improve any mistakes.
REFLECTION The students did a lot of mistakes in their sentences. They
mismatched plural nouns with singular verbs. The teacher called 6
students to try and only 1 student wrote a grammatically correct
sentence. Therefore, the teacher decided to give 8 sentences that
differentiate singular nouns with plural nouns. They only needed to fill
in the blanks with correct nouns and verbs. However, they only
managed to fill in 3 blanks correctly while the other 5 sentences
needed the teacher to fully assist them. This class will require more
grammar drilling on the item of subject verb-agreement.


DATE/DAY 28.01.2014
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Verbs
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) give at least 10 verbs that appear in the singular and in the present
tense
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for writing simple sentences
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) Teacher explains the objective of the days lesson which is to learn
about verbs that appear in the singular and in the present tense
b) So, the teacher proceeds to tell the students to prepare a table with
2 columns present and past tenses.
c) The teacher only fills in the column for the present tense as she will
only teach verbs in the past in another lesson.
d) She gives them about 25 verbs which the students fill into their
own table in their exercise books
e) Then, she explains to their meanings in Bahasa Melayu.
f) After that, the teacher tells them to read the verbs silently for about
10 minutes.
g) At the end of this time, the teacher does a verb quiz where the
students are to write down 10 verbs that they have copied. They are
given 10 minutes to do this on their own.
h) At the end of the time, the teacher collects their exercise books to
be marked.
REFLECTION This lesson had to be postponed. This is because the teacher needed
to start teaching a poem entitled, I Wonder. The teacher recited the
poem and gave its meaning. The students could guess some of the
poems meanings as the words used were easy and they had some
prior knowledge of its contents. This literature lesson will be
continued on Friday next week.


DATE/DAY 29.01.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT PBS
TOPIC Listening and reading
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) identify initial and final consonants, long and short vowels and
dipthongs B1DL1E1
b) scan a text for details to complete a given task B1DB1E1
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Listening for correct pronunciation and learning reading skill
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher begins the lesson by informing the students once
again that they will be sitting for a PBS test. The teacher distributes
PBS worksheets that will test band 1 which are B1DL1E1 and
B1DB1.
b) For the first worksheet, the teacher reads out the instruction for the
students to understand. Then, she tells them to do the first worksheet
as she pronounces each word slowly.
c) Once this first worksheet is done, she moves on to the second
worksheet. The students are to listen to her reading a short text. The
teacher explains each sentence to the students as they have a lot of
difficulty to understand English words.
d) Then, the teacher reads each of the 4 objective questions that they
have to answer. She explains the meaning of each question before
they answer the questions.
e) When the students have answered all of the questions, the teacher
collects their answer scripts.
f) Before the lesson ends, the teacher reminds them to bring their
writing exercise books on Thursday.
REFLECTION Only 2 students failed B1DB1E1 while all of the students passed
B1DL1E1.





DATE/DAY 04.02.2014
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Constructing sentences with 5 words using simple present tense and
plural forms of verbs and nouns
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) construct a sentence with 5 words
b) use plural nouns and plural verbs correctly in a sentence
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher asks the students to explain the meaning of plural
nouns and verbs by giving some examples. The students are
expected to give plural nouns such as people, flowers or books and
plural verbs such as wear, study and write to name a few.
b) Then, she tells them to construct 5 sentences where only the main
verb and the object are given. They are asked to complete the
sentences.
c) The teacher gives one example how to complete this exercise.
d) She gives them 15 minutes to do this on their own.
e) At the end of the time, she calls some students to write their
sentences. Then, she corrects their sentences and explains why they
make mistakes.
f) Before the class ends, she asks the students to give examples of
plural nouns and plural verbs once again in order to test their
comprehension of the exercise.
REFLECTION This lesson could not be completed. The students have written down
this exercise but the teacher could not check their work yet. This is
because she needed the time to help 2 students to answer 2 PBS
questions on Band 1. This lesson will be continued on Friday.





DATE/DAY 06.2.2014
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar and Literature
TOPIC a) Constructing sentences with 5 words using simple present tense and
plural forms of verbs and nouns
b) Comprehension questions on the poem I Wonder
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) construct a sentence with 5 words
b) use plural nouns and plural verbs correctly in a sentence
c) identify true and false statements based on the poem I Wonder
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for writing simple sentences
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher continues the lesson on writing simple sentences with 5
words by concentrating on plural nouns and plural verbs.
b) She gives them 10 minutes to do this on their own before she calls
some of them to write their sentences on the board.
c) Then, she checks for any mistakes and comments on how to improve
their sentences.
d) Next, the teacher tells them to tell her what they have learned for the
poem I Wonder last week. The students are expected to describe
about the questions that a child asks to his father.
e) She gives them 1 simple exercise where they are to identify true or
false statements based on the poem.
f) She gives them 10 minutes to do this on their own. At the end of the
time, she calls some students to read out their answers.
g) The answers are checked
h) Before the lesson ends, the teacher reminds the students to come on
Monday for a PBS assessment.
REFLECTION The teacher couldnt carry out the lesson on sentence construction. The
students didnt bring their books. Hence, the teacher decided to
continue to Literature where the students could only answer 3 or 4
correct statements out of 10 statements.



DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

DATE/DAY 11.02,2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT PBS
TOPIC Listening and reading
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) write a message or an email B1DT1E1
b) complete an application form B1DT2E1
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for writing simple messages
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher begins the lesson by informing the students once
again that they will be sitting for a PBS test. The teacher distributes
PBS worksheets that will test band 1 which are B1DT1E1 and
B1DT2E1.
b) For the first worksheet (B1DT1E1), the teacher reads out the
instruction for the students to understand. Then, she tells them to do
the first worksheet as she explains the meanings of words in the
application form.
c) Once this first worksheet is done, she moves on to the second
worksheet (B1DT2E1). The students are to listen to her reading a
short text. The teacher explains each sentence to the students as
they have a lot of difficulty to understand English words.
d) Then, the teacher explains how to write a short message. She
gives them some blanks to fill in with words that they have to find
from the given short text.
e) When the students have answered all of the questions, the teacher
collects their answer scripts.
f) Before the lesson ends, the teacher reminds them to bring their
writing exercise books on Thursday.
REFLECTION All of the students passed on both worksheets.




DATE/DAY 13.02,2014
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT PBS
TOPIC Reading and vocabulary
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) identify words of the same meaning (synonyms) B2DB1E1
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for informational use
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) Before starting the lesson, the teacher explains the meaning of the
word synonyms to the students as the lesson for the day will be
about looking for synonyms from a text. She gives an example of
synonyms for stupid such as brainless, slow, foolish and unintelligent
to name a few.
b) Next, the teacher moves on the PBS question by distributing the
worksheets to the students. There will be a long text entitled, Flood
Woes which the teacher has to read and explain what it means.
c) After that, she moves on to Activity 1 where the students are to
study the words and look for other words with the same meanings to
replace the given words as they are used in the text. The teacher
guides them how to do this as they may have difficulty understanding
what the given words mean.
d) This activity may take up as much as 30 minutes to do as the
teacher anticipate some comprehension difficulty on the part of the
student.s
e) When they have finished this, the teacher collects students answer
scripts.
f) Before the lesson ends, the teacher reminds them that they will
have to do Activity 2 and Activity 3 during Friday lesson as this
worksheet will be continued.
REFLECTION The students did not understand the meaning of all 5 of the given
words in Activity 1. The teacher had to intervene by reading out some
sentences which have synonyms for the given words. What they did
was they had to guess which of the words are synonyms. They had to
write their own answer as the teacher stopped giving any assistance
at this point. It is found out that only

DATE/DAY 18.02,2014
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT PBS
TOPIC Reading and vocabulary
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) identify words that are opposite in meaning (antonyms)
B2DB1E1
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for informational use
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher continues the PBS question for B2DB1E1. This time
she firstly informs the students on the meaning of antonyms as this
will be the theme for Activity 2. She gives an example for other words
with the opposite meaning for stupid such as intelligent and sensible
to name a few.
b) Then, she moves on to Activity 2 where there will be 5 given
words. The teacher explains the meaning of each word and reads out
a sentence from the text where the opposite of the given word can be
found. She also explains what the sentence means before the
students are supposed to identify which is the correct answer. This
process is repeated for the rest of the given words in Activity 2 until
the students complete it.
c) Once they are done, the teacher moves on to Activity 3. For this
activity, the teacher explains that they have to give words or phrases
that represent the groups of words given in Activity 3 or hypernyms.
She gives an example such as the word fruit that represent words
such as apple, banana, rambutan and durian to name a few.
d) In order to assist the students who have limited knowledge of
words or phrases useful to complete this activity, the teacher gives
them a list of possible answers which the students will have to choose
from.
f) Once all of these 2 activities are completed, the teacher collects
students answer scripts.
g) Before the lesson ends, the teacher asks them what they have
learned in class about synonyms, antonyms and hypernyms.
REFLECTION


DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2

DATE/DAY 20.02,2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Writing simple sentences using 5 words (simple present tense)
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) elaborate notes using simple present tense
b) match singular nouns with singular verbs
c) match plural nouns with plural verbs
d) identify suitable verbs to complete a sentence
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for writing simple messages
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) Teacher continues with grammar remedial exercise by getting the
students to elaborate notes using simple present tense. She reminds
them again of the two rules of subject verb-agreement.
b) Next, she writes down 10 short notes where the students need to
identify suitable verbs or objects to complement the short notes. They
also need to rewrite the notes into complete sentences.
c) The teacher explains what each short note means. Then, she gives
them 15 minutes to do this on their own.
d) At the end of the time, the teacher calls out a few students to read
out their answers. The teacher writes the answers on the board and
asks the rest of the students to check if it contains any errors.
e) If the students sentence has any errors, the teacher will edit it on
the board and the corrected version is copied by the students.
f) The teacher repeats this process with the rest of the 9 short notes
until they are all done.
g) Before the class ends, the teacher asks the students to repeat the
two rules of subject verb-agreement and reminds them to bring their
books again on Thursday.
REFLECTION Most of the students couldnt do the exercise on their own. The
teacher found out that they did not even try to attempt writing their
own answers in their exercise books.


DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 25.02,2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Learning how to write simple sentences with only 5 words
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) construct a simple sentence using 5 words
b) use simple present tense in their sentences
c) use singular nouns with singular verbs
d) use plural nouns with plural verbs
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for interpersonal use, Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher informs the students that they are going to carry out a
grammar quiz in the class. She divides the class into two groups
group A and group B.
b) Then, she does a bit of revision of subject verb-agreement rules
before writing an exercise where they are to construct 5 simple
sentences using simple present tense.
c) Next, she begins the quiz by inviting group A to start. Each group is
given 3 minutes to think of the answer. A representative is to read out
the sentence so that the teacher will write the answers on the board.
Then, she also will check for errors. The group with the less number
of errors will be given 2 marks.
d) This process is repeated with each question until the final winner is
determined.
e) The teacher gives some chocolate wafers to the winners.
f) Before the lesson ends, the teacher reminds the students to bring
their Literature books for Friday lesson.
REFLECTION The teacher found out that as the students progressed to complete
the exercise, they made less mistakes as they noticed their mistakes
on the board. There was motivation to outdo each other as the
teacher has promised to give prizes for the winners. The teacher has
decided to do this again in class in order to help them master the skill
of writing simple sentences.

DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2



DATE/DAY 27.02,2914
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Literature
TOPIC Poem: Heir Conditioning
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
a) explain the meanings of the poem by giving examples of questions
by the persona
b) compare the lives of people before and after modern inventions
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for interpersonal use
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher begins the lesson by asking the students to give some
of the advantages of having modern inventions like television,
computers and toaster. She also asks them if they prefer living in
modern times or during a time where modern inventions were very
few or non existent.
b) After listening to students respond, she gets them to be ready for a
new poem which the teacher will recite in class. She will do this by
reading out loud each line in the poem and explaining them in using
simple English. She also asks them to give their opinions as she
discusses the meaning of each line.
c) Once the teacher completes the poem recitation, she asks them
what they have understood from the poem. She asks them to give at
least 3 main ideas in the poem.
d) Then, the teacher gives them some notes on the complete
meaning of the poem. The students are to copy this down into their
exercise books.
e) Before the lesson ends, the teacher asks them to give some of the
questions that the persona asks to his grandparents and also reminds
them to bring their Literature books again on Friday next week.
REFLECTION The poem is completed in class. The students could give 2 out of 3
questions and 2 responses found in the poem. They were given the
meaning of the poem. They will be further tested again on Friday next
week.

DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 04.03,2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Writing
TOPIC Revision on guided writing essay: A recount (based on 6 pictures)
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) elaborate notes using simple past tense
b) write in 6 paragraphs
c) write at least 2 sentences for each paragraph
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for writing simple messages
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher distributes worksheets containing the exercise for the
lesson. The exercise is about a guided writing essay whereby the
students are to write a recount based on 6 pictures.
b) She explains what the instruction means and guides the students
to comprehend the situation in the question by looking at the meaning
of notes given underneath each picture.
c) Then, she gives a layout for the essay so that the students will
know how to organize the points for the essay.
d) Next, the teacher moves on to getting the students to try to
elaborate points for each picture. She does this by explaining the
meaning of the words in the Malay language and how the sentence
will look like in the Malay language.
e) This process is repeated for each picture until the whole essay is
completed in class.
f) Before the class ends, the teacher reminds the students to bring
their literature exercise books for a revision on the literature
component.
REFLECTION The essay is completed. However, this is just the first exercise on
how to write a guided writing essay. The teacher aimed at improving
the students grammar as they do not know how to write meaningful
and grammatically correct sentence. The technique used to get them
to understand how to use the given notes is by translating the
intended sentence into the Malay language. Then the students
understood what kind of sentences they must construct.
DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2



DATE/DAY 6.03.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Summary
TOPIC Summary writing Revision for the examinations
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) identify 5 main ideas from a given text
b) write a 60-word summary
c) use own words by paraphrasing a sentence
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for informational use, Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher distributes worksheets containing the exercise for
summary writing. She explains what the students must do before and
while writing a summary.
b) She proceeds to read the text and explain what the summary
requires in terms of points that must be included.
c) The teacher guides the students as to which points are used and
how to fill in a 10x6 grid. The students are instructed to also prepare
this grid before they fill it in with the 5 main ideas from the text.
d) The teacher also teaches how to reduce the length of long
sentences if they cannot fit the grid.
e) Before the class ends, the teacher asks the students to copy the
sample summary into their exercise books.
f) The teacher also reminds the students to bring their Literature
books for Friday lesson.
REFLECTION The summary writing exercise couldnt be completed. The teacher
only managed to help the students to identify 1 main idea. This
exercise will be continued tomorrow during Friday lesson. However
the students relied heavily on the teacher in order to understand the
passage. The teacher had to explain every single word. This
consumed a lot of time.


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FORM 2



DATE/DAY 11.03.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Summary
TOPIC Summary writing Revision for the examinations
Literature Revision on the poems : I Wonder and Heir
Conditioning
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) identify 5 main ideas from a given text
b) write a 60-word summary
c) use own words by paraphrasing a sentence
d) answer comprehension questions about the poems I Wonder and
Heir Conditioning
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for informational use, Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher continues with the summary writing exercise by
getting the students to identify 4 more main ideas from the passage
as the first was already done yesterday during the Thursday lesson.
b)
d) The teacher also teaches how to reduce the length of long
sentences if they cannot fit the grid.
e) Then, the teacher asks the students to copy the sample summary
into their exercise books.
f) Next, the teacher gives them some comprehension exercises for
the poems I Wonder and Heir Conditioning. She tells the students
to copy the questions on the board.
g) Once they are done, the teacher explains what each of the
questions mean and writes down the answer. She does this for all of
the questions so that she drills them on the answers to some of the
possible questions during the coming examinations.
h) The students copy down these answers into their exercise books.
REFLECTION The revision on the summary writing as well as the 2 poems were
completed in the class.
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DATE/DAY 13.03,2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Writing
TOPIC Revision on guided writing essay: A recount (based on 5 pictures)
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) elaborate notes using simple past tense
b) write in 6 paragraphs
c) write at least 2 sentences for each paragraph
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Language for writing simple messages
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher distributes worksheets containing the exercise for the
lesson. The exercise is about a guided writing essay whereby the
students are to write a recount based on 6 pictures.
b) She explains what the instruction means and guides the students
to comprehend the situation in the question by looking at the meaning
of notes given underneath each picture.
c) Then, she gives a layout for the essay so that the students will
know how to organize the points for the essay.
d) Next, the teacher moves on to getting the students to try to
elaborate points for each picture. She does this by explaining the
meaning of the words in the Malay language and how the sentence
will look like in the Malay language.
e) This process is repeated for each picture until the whole essay is
completed in class.
f) Before the class ends, the teacher reminds the students to bring
their literature exercise books for a revision on the literature
component.
REFLECTION The essay is completed. This is the second exercise on how to write
a guided writing essay. However, the teacher is unsure whether the
students have understood how to construct the sentences. They only
did quite well in guessing suitable words to begin each sentence. The
good thing is they seem to remember that they have to construct 2
sentences for each paragraph. So, when they saw that some
paragraphs have 3 sentences, they immediately inquired.
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ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 18.03,2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT None
TOPIC Distribution of sample of middle year English test paper
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students would be able to:
a) identify the correct answers for Paper 1 the multiple-choice
questions
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) Teacher distributes students test papers-Paper 1 and 2.
b) She gets them to look at Paper 1 which is the multiple-choice
questions.
c) She revises each question with them by explaining what each
question means and gets them to identify the correct answer.
c) Before the end of the lesson, she reminds them to bring their Paper 2
for revision in class during Thursday lesson
REFLECTION Revision for Paper 1 is not done yet. It will be continued on Thursday.
The students major problem is their inability to comprehend difficult
words. Hence, their failure to answer confidently and score a better
mark.











DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 1.4.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Literature
TOPIC Drama: characters and plot
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this lesson, students would be able to:
a) name 5 main characters in the drama
b) identify 1 characteristic for each of the 5 main characters
c) identify the reason why Lisas father boasts about Lisa to the King
d) identify 1 outcome of Lisas father being boastful
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Reading for informational use
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher gets the students to name objects before the first page
of the drama and to guess the plot of the drama based on these
pictures. Students are expected to name objects such as a spinning
wheel, some dry grass and some gold thread. They are also expected
to guess that the drama might be a story on using a spinning wheel to
make cloth that is made from gold. But at this point, the teacher
suspects that the students have not heard of this drama before.
b) Next, she tells them to look at the first page where a list of main
characters together with their character traits. She explains what each
character trait means.
c) Then, she tells them to listen to her as she reads the drama to
them. She also explains any difficult words to the students while
doing this.
d) The teacher ends her reading of the drama at the point where the
King orders Lisa to come back to the palace in order to spin some
straw into gold.
e) Before the class ends, she asks the students to name 5 main
characters and to give at least 1 character trait for each character.
She also tells them to identify 1 reason why Lisas father boasts about
her to the King and 1 more outcome for his boasting. She reminds
them to bring their literature booklet again for Friday lesson.
REFLECTION

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DATE/DAY 3.4.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Literature
TOPIC Drama: - plot
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this lesson, students would be able to:
a) name 3 things that Lisa has to give to Rumpelstiltskin in order for
him to help her spin straw into gold
b) identify what happens to Lisa after she spins straw for the third
time
c) explain one solution that Lisas parents take in order to find out
about the little mans real name
d) name 1 lesson from the drama
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Reading for informational use
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher continues reading the drama to the students in the
class. But before reading it again, she asks them to identify what
happens to Lisa at the end of the reading yesterday. The students are
expected to say that Lisa has to go to the palace to spin straw into
gold.
b) She continues reading until the end of the drama with pauses at
certain paragraphs in order to explain any difficult words.
c) At the end of the reading, she asks them to name 3 things that Lisa
has to give to Rumpelstiltskin, to identify what happens to her after
the third attempt at turning straw into gold, to give 1 solution to Lisas
problem of trying to guess the little mans true name and to give 1
moral value of the drama.
d) Before the class ends, the teacher reminds the students to bring
their Literature exercise books on Monday the following week after
the Sports Carnival.
REFLECTION




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DATE/DAY 8.04.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Revision on simple future tense and past perfect tense
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) fill in the blanks with correct nouns, verbs and objects for
sentences with 5 words
b) identify plural forms of nouns and verbs in order to fill in the blanks
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher asks the students to explain the 2 rules that they have
learned last week about subject verb-agreement. The students are
expected to say that plural nouns are matched with plural verbs while
singular nouns are matched with singular verbs.
b) Then, the teacher explains the objective of that days lesson by
giving 5 more sentences that have 5 words in a table that will divide
each sentence into 3 parts the noun, the verb and the object.
c) She explains again what nouns, verbs and objects mean in each
sentence.
d) Next, she tells the students to construct sentences on their own on
the blackboard by referring to the examples. She calls some students
to write their sentences on the board. The purpose is to train them to
write sentences with only 5 words and to get them to be familiar with
the second rule of subject verb-agreement: plural nouns with plural
verbs.
e) Before the class ends, the teacher checks their sentences and
shows how to improve any mistakes.
REFLECTION The students did a lot of mistakes in their sentences. They
mismatched plural nouns with singular verbs. The teacher called 6
students to try and only 1 student wrote a grammatically correct
sentence. Therefore, the teacher decided to give 8 sentences that
differentiate singular nouns with plural nouns. They only needed to fill
in the blanks with correct nouns and verbs.

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ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 15.04.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Grammar
TOPIC Revision of Grammar Quiz
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) match singular nouns with singular present tense verbs
b) match plural nouns with plural present tense verbs
c) change simple present tense verbs into simple past tense verbs
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher returns students answer scripts for the quiz on
Monday. She comments on the students answers and why they
made a lot of mistakes.
b) She illustrates on the board how simple present tense and simple
past tense is used in sentences. For this, the teacher shows
sentences where plural nouns are matched with plural verbs or
singular nouns are matched with singular verbs. She also shows what
present tense or past tense means in those sentences.
c) She gives the students a fill-in-the blank exercise where they are to
use verbs in the present or past tense.
d) Before the class ends, the teacher asks the students to answer 2
questions in order to make sure that they know what is being taught
in class.
REFLECTION This lesson was completed. When illustrated on the board and after
listening to the teachers explanation, the students were able to
answer the questions orally in class. However, the teacher did not
have the time to give them another exercise before the lesson ended.
This exercise will be given during Fridays lesson.





DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 17.04.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Writing
TOPIC Guided writing: Informal Letter
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this lesson, students would be able to:
a) construct sentences using simple present tense
b) write an informal letter using the correct format
c) construct 3 sentences for each content paragraph
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Revision of the test paper Paper 2
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher tells the students to read the question on the Guided
Writing section and asks them what they are supposed to write. The
students are expected to write an informal letter to a friend.
b) Then, she gets them to explain what the letter needs. The students
are expected to say that they are to write about things that one needs to
prepare before going on a camping trip in a jungle.
c) If the students have some difficulties in explaining some of the given
points, the teacher can also help by explaining further.
d) Next, she asks them to underline the key words in understanding the
question, to identify the tense and to identify the format of an informal
letter.
e) Once this is done, the teacher shows how to organise the given
points so that they will write 6 paragraphs for the letter and that each of
the 5 given points can be equally divided into 4 content paragraphs.
f) Next, she asks some students how to begin the introduction after
writing the addresses of the writer, the date and the greeting. The
students are expected to say that they are to ask the question How
are you? and I hope you are doing well. The teacher stresses on the
importance of these 2 sentences to begin an informal letter. Then, she
illustrates how to write the third sentence which will bring the attention of
a reader to the main issue of the letter.
g) Then, the teacher gets some students to give ideas how to begin the
topic sentence and the elaboration for each content paragraph by using
the given points which act as points for topic sentences. She also
stresses on the importance of using sequence connectors such as
Firstly, Secondly, Thirdly and Fourthly while This is because is to
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be used to signal the elaboration.
h) At the end of the content paragraph, the teacher shows how to use
words like Therefore, Thus, Hence and So in order to conclude the
content paragraph.
k) Before the class ends, the teacher reminds them to bring their writing
books again on Monday for another lesson on grammar which is writing
sentences using simple present tense.
REFLECTION This lesson could not be completed. The teacher only managed to get
the students to describe the format for the informal letter and to work on
the introduction. The students could not come up with the ideal
sentences to begin the introduction as they have forgotten how to write
an informal letter. The rest of the essay will be continued again on
Friday lesson.






















DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 22.04.2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Writing
TOPIC Guided writing: Informal Letter
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this lesson, students would be able to:
a) construct sentences using simple present tense
b) write an informal letter using the correct format
c) construct 3 sentences for each content paragraph
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Revision of the test paper Paper 2
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher continues the unfinished lesson on writing the informal
letter with the students by getting them to move on to the second
paragraph which is the content paragraph.
g) The teacher gets some students to give ideas how to begin the topic
sentence and the elaboration for each content paragraph by using the
given points which act as points for topic sentences. She also stresses
on the importance of using sequence connectors such as Firstly,
Secondly, Thirdly and Fourthly while This is because is to be used
to signal the elaboration.
h) At the end of the content paragraph, the teacher shows how to use
words like Therefore, Thus, Hence and So in order to conclude the
content paragraph.
i) This process is repeated for the rest of the 3 remaining content
paragraphs. The teacher also shows how to write the conclusion for the
letter by stressing on the importance of using the word hope as in I
hope these tips will be helpful in helping you to prepare before going on
a camping trip to the jungle.
j) The sample essay is to be copied by the students into their writing
books.
k) Before the class ends, the teacher reminds them to bring their writing
books again on Monday for another lesson on grammar which is writing
sentences using simple present tense.
REFLECTION The sample essay was completed. However, the students did not
participate actively as they were unsure how to construct SENTENCE

DAILY LESSON PLAN SMAN TOH PUAN HAJAH RAHMAH
ENGLISH
FORM 2


DATE/DAY 29.04,2014
CLASS 2 ABU BAKAR
TIME
SUBJECT ENGLISH
UNIT Writing
TOPIC Revision of guided writing section in Paper 2: Informal Letter
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
a) write an informal letter using the correct format
b) construct sentences using simple present tense
c) elaborate each main ideas in a paragraph with at least 2 sentences
LEARNING
EMPHASIS
Mastery learning
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
a) The teacher gets the students to read the question on the guided
writing section. She asks the students to explain the meaning of the
question. The students are expected to say that they are supposed to
write an informal letter to a friend.
b) Next, the teacher writes a simple layout for the informal letter on the
board and explains how to organise the given points in different
paragraphs.
c) Then, the teacher gets the students to give ideas on how to write the
introduction, the 4 content paragraphs and the conclusion of the letter.
This is done by the teacher asking the students to give sentences in the
Malay language before the teacher translates them into English.
d) The completed essay is copied by the students into their exercise
books.
e) Before the class ends, the teacher reminds the students to bring their
Literature booklet for a lesson on a drama
REFLECTION The essay is completed. However, the students had very little
understanding of the points. This is because they did not know the
meaning of a lot of words. The teacher had to explain a lot of things in
the Malay language before the students could understand and respond
accordingly.