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DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Discussion of Semester Finals Exam Paper


Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
Know their mistakes and correct them.
Know grammatical rules.
Answer question correctly for all sections for the next test/exam.
Learn and understand new words.

Learning Outcomes :
2.2 (a) Skimming and scanning for specific details.
2.2 (b) Extracting main ideas and details.
2.2 (d) Getting the explicit and implicit meaning of the text.

Activities :
Teacher goes through the questions with the students.
Students can interrupt anytime they have any sort of confusion or questions.
Teacher gives tips and techniques on answering questions and what to look for when
answering.
Students do corrections and find the meaning of difficult words.

Language Focus :
Speaking, writing

Pedagogy : Learning to learn and Contextual

Techniques: Cooperative Learning and Note Taking

Values : Flexible and Open-minded

Reflection :
DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Revision / PT3 / Section C

Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
To answer questions in Section C PT3

Learning Outcomes :
2.2 (a) Skimming and scanning for specific details.
2.3 (g) v: Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas in a simple text.
3.3.3 Read and understand various literary works

Activities :
T review and revises the poem The Day The Bulldozers Came by showing ss the
meaning of each stanza again.
Ss answers 15 questions based on the poem as exercise. T puts emphasis on HOTS
questions.
T discusses the passage with the ss, promting their understanding about the passage.
Ss then attempt to answer the section from MARA 2015 trails paper.
T dicusses the answers with students.
Ss show their work to the teacher for verbal comments.

Language Focus :
Reading, writing

Pedagogy : Previous knowledge and Learning to learn

Techniques: Exercise and Quiz

Values : Global sustainability

Reflection :
DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Revision / PT3 / Section A and B

Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
To answer questions in Section A and B PT3

Learning Outcomes :
2.2 (a) Skimming and scanning for specific details.
2.3 (g) v: Summarizing and paraphrasing the main ideas in a simple text.

Activities :
T reminds ss how to score for error correction, information transfer and non linear
comprehension.
Ss are required to finish answering the questions from the sections in 25 minutes from
MARA 2015 Trials
T discusses the answers.
Ss are divided into groups of 3 according to their finals results.
T facilitates ss in answering short message essay,

Language Focus :
Reading, writing

Pedagogy : Previous knowledge and Learning to learn

Techniques: Exercise and Quiz

Values : Global sustainability

Reflection :
DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Writing / Speech

Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
Write a speech the correct format in not less than 120 words

Learning Outcomes :
1.1 (b) Participating in discussions and making decisions with others to do something.
2.3 (c) Applying process writing skills by composing, revising and editing drafts.

Activities :
T revises the format of a speech with students. Ss respond orally when questioned.
T gives out examples of good introduction and ending for a speech.
T gives a question on speech from a module on the benefits of exercise.
Ss are divided into groups of 3 according to their finals results.
Ss write out their speech within the time given using the elaborations and examples
discussed..
T helps and facilitates ss writing proses.

Language Focus :
Speaking, writing

Pedagogy : Thinking skills and Inquiry and discovery

Techniques: Discussion and lecture

Values : appreciation of health

Reflection :
DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Writing / Literature / Moby Dick

Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
Write a literature response in not less than 50 words.

Learning Outcomes :
1.2 (b) Participating in discussions and making decisions with others to do something.
2.3 (c) Applying process writing skills by composing, revising and editing drafts.
3.3.3 Read and understand various literary works

Activities :
T prompts ss for significant events from the novel that they like.
Ss are divided into groups of 3 according to their finals results.
Ss are required to write a respond on their event that makes them happy from the novel.
Ss are given only 20 minutes to finish writing.
T checks ss scripts and give comments.

Language Focus :
Speaking, writing

Pedagogy : Thinking skills and Inquiry and discovery

Techniques: Discussion and lecture

Values : appreciation of health

Reflection :
DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Writing / Informal letter

Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
Write an infoemal letter with the correct format in not less than 120 words

Learning Outcomes :
1.3 (b) Participating in discussions and making decisions with others to do something.
2.3 (c) Applying process writing skills by composing, revising and editing drafts.

Activities :
T shows a video on how teenagers should spend wisely.
T then asks them what are the things they spend most on. Ss respond orally when
questioned.
T revises the format of an infoemal letter with students.
Ss uses their vocabulary workbook page 32 for words and contents on how to save
money.
Ss write the informal letter in 30 minutes. The t will time them.
T checks ss work and share findings from the scripts with ss.

Language Focus :
Writing

Pedagogy : Thinking skills and Inquiry and discovery

Techniques: Discussion and lecture

Values : financial awareness

Reflection :
DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Literature / Moby Dick

Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
Create waterfall cards for characters and characteristics of the novel
Create waterfall cards for themes and moral values of the novel

Learning Outcomes :
3.1 (a) Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by understanding and telling
in ones own words the story and poem heard and/or read and giving ones opinion.

Activities :
Ss are required to work with a partner.
Ss uses the internet to read and watch tutorials on how to make waterfall cards.
Ss choose 2 characters to elaborate on and two moral values and themes to find
evidence on.
Ss create the waterfall cards for each category.

Language Focus :
Writing

Pedagogy : Thinking Skills and Mastery Learning

Techniques: research and Project

Values : Appreciativeness

Reflection :

Notes:
DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Literature / Moby Dick

Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
Create waterfall cards for characters and characteristics of the novel
Create waterfall cards for themes and moral values of the novel

Learning Outcomes :
3.1 (a) Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by understanding and telling
in ones own words the story and poem heard and/or read and giving ones opinion.

Activities :
Ss are required to work with a partner.
Ss uses the internet to read and watch tutorials on how to make waterfall cards.
Ss choose 2 characters to elaborate on and two moral values and themes to find
evidence on.
Ss create the waterfall cards for each category.

Language Focus :
Writing

Pedagogy : Thinking Skills and Mastery Learning

Techniques: research and Project

Values : Appreciativeness

Reflection :

Notes:
DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS DATE
ATTENDANCE
VENUE TIME

Theme / Learning Area : Writing / Recycled paper

Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, each student should be able to :-
Know the requirements of a process essay
Arrange sentences and write a process essay

Learning Outcomes :
1.4 (b) Participating in discussions and making decisions with others to do something.
2.3 (c) Applying process writing skills by composing, revising and editing drafts.

Activities :
T asks ss to recall the process they did when they produced their recycled paper
(holiday homework)
T goes through the contents needed for a process essay.
T cuts sentences of how to make recycled paper into 26 sentences and put them in a
box.
Each ss take one sentence and then everybody will try to arrange the sentences until all
become one complete essay.
T checks their work.
Ss copy the essay as homework.

Language Focus :
Writing, speaking

Pedagogy : Thinking Skills and Mastery Learning

Techniques: group work and discussion

Values : Appreciativeness

Reflection :