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Lesson Plan

Focus

Writing

Date

18th of August 2016

Time

8.45-9.45 a.m. (60 minutes)

Class

4 Aristotle (Intermediate)

Theme
Topic

:
:

Content Standards :
pupils will be

World of Knowledge
Unit 11, Amazing Malaysia

3.3

By the end of the 6 year primary schooling,


able to write and present ideas through a variety

of media
using appropriate language, form
and style.
Learning Standards :
3.3.1 By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
create simple
texts using a variety of media with
guidance:
a. Linear
Behavioural objectives

By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:

1. Match the at least 10 out of 11 word strings


correctly to form an informal letter based on the
picture provided.
2. Construct at least 8 simple sentences using the 4
word choices given based on the place, correctly.
3. Write an informal letter to a friend inviting him to
Penang, Malaysia with the assistance of a brochure
using the correct format.
Cross-curricular
:
Information and
emphasis
Multiple Intelligences (visual

Thinking skills (applying, analysing, evaluation),


Communication Technology skills (ICT),
spatial, verbal linguistic, interpersonal,

Bodily Kinaesthetic, logical


mathematical), constructivism, mastery
learning and iThink Map
(circle map)
Moral Values
an

We must present our thoughts and ideas politely using


appropriate language.

Teaching aids
Clues, informal

Powtoon video, Envelopes with Stamps, Word

letter Template, brochures, Sticker envelops, Bottle of

beans,
Postcards, brochure, Envelope of letters, Post Box
Previous knowledge
Malaysia and to write

Pupils have been taught about places in

simple sentences about Malaysia with correct spelling


in year 3.
Vocabulary

Country, gather, party, birthday, happy

Sentence Pattern

Simple sentences and WH-Questions


Have you been to Sipadan Island, Sabah?
I have not been to Sipadan Island before.

Stage/Time

Content

Set
Induction
(+/- 3 min)

Watch it.
Video on how to write
an informal letter.
Appendix 1:
https://www.youtube.
com
/watch?v=_8I2Yi7Qq4&spfreload=10
Appendix 2: Envelop
with stamps

Pre-writing
(+/- 10
min)

Whose Envelope Is
This?
Instructions:
Write down your
name and house
address on the
envelope.
Brainstorming in a
circle map.

Appendix 3: Informal
letter
Template

Word Clues
1. Date

Teacher/Pupils Activity
1. Teacher shows a
video clip on how to
write an informal letter.
2. Teacher introduces
the concept of letter
writing to students.

3. Teacher distributes
envelopes with stamps
to pupils.

Remarks
CCE: MI- Visual
Spatial, ICT
Materials:
Powtoon
video,
Envelopes
with Stamps
Whole Class
activity

4. Teacher asks pupils to


write their pairs name
and addresses on the
envelope.

1. Teacher tells pupils to


brainstorm the places
they have been and
experienced in Malaysia
in the whiteboard using
a circle map.
2. Teacher reveals the
format of an informal
letter using a template.
(Teacher leaves the
body empty)
3. Teacher sticks some
word clues on the
whiteboard.

CCE: MIVerbal
linguistics,
Visual Spatial
Thinking skills
(i-Think- Circle
map)
Thinking skillsApplying
MaterialsWord Clues,
informal letter
Template,
brochures

2. Address
3. Signature
4. Salutation
5. Content
6. Ending
7. Opening remarks
8. Ending remarks
Appendix 4: Word
clues

Knowing The Places.


Questions:
1. Where have you
been for your last
holidays?
2. What do they have
there?
3. What did you do
there?

Sentence Structures:
1. I went to the Lake
Garden in Taiping,
Perak last Monday.
2. There are a lot of
parks around the Lake
Garden.
3. I saw habitats of
hornbills there.
4. Cendol is a famous
dessert there.
Appendix 6:
Brochures

4. Teacher asks pupils to


arrange the word clues
according to the format
of an informal letter.

Whole class
activity

6. Teacher shows/guides
pupils how to create the
body of an informal
letter by asking WhQuestions.

7. Teacher edits the


pupils response into
polite sentences as the
body of the letter.
8. Teacher proceeds with
the next question and
repeats the action until
the whole body of the
informal letter is
completed.
9. Along the question
and answer session,
teacher provides
brochures for the pupils
to know various
vacation spots in
Malaysia.
10. Teacher may relate
the question to another
famous place to aid
pupils understanding.

Moral Value:
We must
present our
thoughts and
ideas politely
using an
appropriate
language.

Whilewriting
(+/- 8 min)

Sentence Building
Write It

Match it
Group A (Yellow)
Appendix 6: Remedial
Task Sheet

Construct it
Group B (Pink)
Appendix 7:
Intermediate Task
Sheet

Write an invitation
Group C (Green)
Appendix 8:
Advanced Task Sheet

PostWriting
(+/- 7 min)

Seal it

The Post Box

Recheck the
important details to
post a letter.
-Name of the receiver

1. Pupils are divided into


3 groups according to
different coloured sticker
envelopes with different
task sheets.
.
2. The task requires
pupils to match a
sentences of words
together to form the
body of an informal
letter in the provided
templated. Pupils are
given pictures as
guidelines. The strips
sentences are given in
separate bottle full of
beans. Bottled labelled
number 1, 2, 3 are
opening remarks,
content and closing
remarks respectively.

CCE: MILogical
Mathematical,
Interpersonal
Thinking skillsAnalysing,
application
Constructivism
Mastery
Learning
MaterialsSticker
envelops,
Bottle of
beans,
Postcards,
brochure, Text
book

Group activity

3. Pupils are asked to


construct simple
sentences using words
and postcard provided
to invite your friend to
Malacca.
4. Teacher instructs
pupils to write an
informal letter to a
friend inviting him to
Penang, Malaysia with
the assistance of a
brochure using the
correct format.
1. Teacher tells pupils to
fold and put in the task
sheets (letters) in
envelope they have.
2. A post box is set on
the teachers desk.
3. Pupils recheck the
details on the envelope
and also the letter.

CCE: MIBodily
Kinaesthetic
Thinking skillsEvaluation
MaterialsEnvelope of
letters, Post
Box
Mastery

-Address
-A stamp on the right
corner
-Signature

learning.
Pair activity.
4. Pupils mail their
letters in the post box
and return to their
places.
5. Teacher delivers the
letters to their friends.

2. Put your letters


carefully and gently
into the post box.

Discussion time

Closure
(+/- 2min)

6. Teacher tells pupils to


analyse the letters
written by their friends
and correct the mistakes
(peer evaluation).
7. The pupils are tasked
to discuss on the
amazing places and how
to improve their writing
in the future.
1. Teacher asks for
feedbacks from the
students about the
activity.

Lets reflect
Return to your place
silently and reflect on
the learning.
4.

Whole class
activity