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DAILY LESSON PLAN YEAR 3

Focussed Skill Listening and speaking


Date 11 September 2017 (Monday)
Time 9.00-10.00 am
Class Year 3
Number of Pupils 30/30
Proficiency Level Low to Intermediate
Theme World of Stories
Topic The ant and the grasshopper
Content Standard 1.1 By the end of 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to pronounce words and speak confidently with
the correct stress rhythm and intonation
1.1.1 able to listen and respond to stimulus with guidance
Learning Standard
1.1.2 able to listen and enjoy simple stories

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

a. answer True-false questions based on the story


Objectives
b. listen to and demonstrate understanding of oral texts by sequencing the story correctly

c. carry out a role play with guidance

Big book , A video of “The ant and the grasshopper” story, Listening Text- “The ant and the grasshopper”,
Teaching Aids Worksheet 1 – True-false questions, Worksheet 2 – Information gap questions, Envelopes that contain jumbled
up pictures and sentences, Script of “The ant and the grasshopper”, Remedial and Enrichment Worksheets
Educational Emphases

i. Thinking skills Synthesising and reorganising ideas

ii. Multiple Intelligence Visual Spatial, musical, interpersonal, bodily-kinaesthetic

iii. Moral Value There is a time for work and a time for play, cooperation

Cross Curricular Element ICT


(CCE)

Stage / Time Teaching And Learning Activities Remarks

1. Teacher greets the pupils. TA: Big book of The Ant and the
grasshopper.
2. Teacher shows pupils a big book without showing the title and ending.
3. Teacher opens the book from page to page and asks them to look Sample questions:
1. “What do you see?”
Set Induction attentively.
(+ 5 mins) 2. “What do you think this book is
4. Teacher asks pupils questions.
about?”
5. Teacher records their responses on the chalkboard.
3. “What do you think will happen
6. Teacher introduces the title of the story “The Ant and the Grasshopper”.
next?”
CCTS: Predicting

MI: Visual-spatial
1. Teacher introduces the vocabularies of the story. TA : Video Clip and Worksheet 1 – True-
False Questions (Appendix 1)
2. Teacher plays a short video clip.
Presentation Sample questions:
(+ 10 mins) 3. Pupils watch the story in video clip attentively.
“What happen to the grasshopper?”
4. Teacher asks questions based on the video shown. “What does the ant do?”

5. Pupils answer question orally. Moral Value: There is time for work and
time for play
6. Teacher distributes Worksheet 1 and asks pupils to answer the True-False
questions based on the video watched. CCTS: Generating ideas

7. Teacher discusses the answers with pupils. MI: Musical, visual-spatial

CCE: ICT

1. Teacher distributes Worksheet 2 to the pupils. TA: Audio recording – ‘The ant and the
2. Teacher asks pupils listen to the audio recording and fill in the gaps. grasshopper”, Worksheet 2 – Information
3. Teacher plays the audio recording of story entitled ‘The ant and the Gap Questions (Appendix 2), Envelope
Practice grasshopper”. that contains jumbled up pictures and
(+20 mins) 4. Pupils answer the information gap questions individually. sentences
5. Teacher replays the audio recording.
Moral Value : Co-operation
6. Teacher discusses the answers with the pupils.
7. Teacher instructs pupils to sit in groups of three. CCTS: Reorganising
8. Teacher distributes an envelope that contains jumbled up pictures and MI: Visual-spatial, interpersonal
sentences to each group.
9. Teacher instructs pupils to rearrange and paste the pictures and
sentences on a blank paper according to the story.
10. Pupils sequence the pictures and sentences given.
11. Teacher asks pupils to present their answer in front of the class.
12. Teacher discusses pupils’ answers.
1. Teacher divides the pupils into group of five. TA : Script of the ant and the grasshopper
Production 2. Teacher instructs pupils to act out the story.
Prompt questions:
(+20 mins) 3. Teacher distributes scripts to pupils. 1. Is that a good ending? Why?
2. Which Character Do You Like?
4. Pupils in their group prepare their role play.
3. What is the moral value of the
5. Pupils do the role play in group. story?
CCTS: Synthesising and Evaluating
6. Teacher gives feedback on their performance.
7. Teacher praises the pupils. MI: Bodily-kinaesthetic , interpersonal
8. Teacher rewards the best group.

Closure 1. Teacher recaps the day’s lesson by asking a few questions to the pupils.
Sample questions:
(+ 5 mins)
2. Pupils answer the questions orally. What is the name of the story today?
Do you learn somethings from the story?

Stage Remedial Worksheet Enrichment Worksheet


Presentation Multiple choice Questions Comprehension Questions
(Appendix 3)
Practice Fill in the blank questions - List the characteristics of the characters
(Appendix 4) - Choose one of the characters and write a paragraph on the reasons.
The Ant and the Grasshopper

Remedial and Enrichment Worksheet

Name: Class:

Listen and underline the correct answer.

Watch the story and identify whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE.

1. The ants and the grasshopper worked all summer together. (True / False)
2. The grasshopper was hungry in the summer. (True / False)
3. The ants worked hard in the winter. (True / False)
4. The grasshopper found his own food in winter. (True / False)
5. The ant worked hard to collect food during the summer. (True / False)
6. The grasshopper spent his day sleeping. (True / False)
7. The grasshopper woke up early in the morning. (True / False)
8. When winter came, the grasshopper starved because he had not stored any food. (True / False)
The ant and the grasshopper

Script

Narrator : Once upon a time in a field on a summer day, there was a happy Grasshopper who liked to play, sing, and dance all day.

Grasshopper : What a splendid day! …La,la,la,la,la. I have nothing to do, but sing and play… la,la,la,la,la…

Narrator : As she was singing, an ant was passing by.

Ant : Don’t you ever get tired of playing?

Grasshopper : Who, me? … of course not!

Ant : Don’t you ever work?

Grasshopper : Who, me? … Of course not! Do you want to play with me?

Ant : No, I have work to do.

Grasshopper : Come on, let’s sing together.

Ant : No, I’m very busy right now.

Grasshopper : Work, work, work! … That’s all you do… you don’t have time to play or sing with me.

Ant : No, I don’t.

Grasshopper : Why are you in such a hurry?

Ant : I have to take home this kernel of corn.

Grasshopper : What for?


Ant : I have to store food for the wrnter.

Grasshopper : How can you think about winter on such a fine day?

Ant : Because the winter will be here soon, and food will be too hard to find… and you should do the same.

Grasshopper : I don’t want to worry about winter right now! You just go ahead and work, work, work… and I will just play, sing, and dance.

Ant : Soon, you will not have enough food to eat.

Grasshopper : I don’t worry about tomorrow.

Ant : I do… good-bye.

Narrator : So that Ant went to its way and continued its work. The weather soon turned cold, and all the food lying in the field was covered
with a thick white blanket of snow.

Grasshopper : I should have listened to the ant! It’s so cold that I can’t even play, or sing songs any more… and I don’t have food to eat. I am
sure the ant will help me!

Narrator : The Grasshopper went to the ant’s hill.

Grasshopper : Please, ant. Give me something to eat… I am cold and hungry.

Ant : Why should I help you? What did you do all summer?

Grasshopper : I played, sang, and danced.

Ant : And I worked, worked, worked… Hmm… Come in and have some food.

Grasshopper : Thank you so much. Now what can I do in return for you?

Ant : Why don’t you sing and dance for me?

Narrator :And to the request of the ant, the grasshopper sang and danced.
THE END