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GROUP 1

TOPIC : ANIMAL AND PETS

YEAR : 2 Arif

CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION : 1.5.1,2.5.1

FOCUS SKILL : SPEAKING

INTEGRATED SKILL : LISTENING, READING,WRITING

LANGUAGE ITEM : Grammar – nouns

LEARNING OBJECTIVES : Pupils should be able to....

i) Talk about the animals, their parts of the


body in simple language.

ii) Identify the sounds made by the animals.

STAGE TEACHING / LEARNING ACTIVITIES JUSTIFICATION /


COMMENT
Set 1. Teacher plays the ‘Old Mc
induction Donald Had A farm’ song
from the laptop. Teacher
asks pupils to sing with
actions.

Presentatio 1. Teacher shows pictures of


n the They have learnt
animals in the song. part of the
2. Teacher asks pupils to name bodies in the
the animals ,parts of their
previous lesson.
bodies and the sounds they
make.

1. Teacher gives a picture to Example :


Practice each group.
2. Teacher asks pupils to This is a cat.
describe the animals orally. It is small.
It has whiskers.
It has a long tail.
It mews.

Production 3. Playing guessing game. It is big.


A pupil talk about an animal It has a long tail.
and the rest guess. It has two horns.
What sound do I
make?

1.Pupils write sounds next to


closure words.
GROUP 1

TOPIC : ANIMAL AND PETS

YEAR : 2 ARIF

CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION : 1.5.4, 4.4.2.

FOCUS SKILL : LISTENING

INTEGRATED SKILL : SPEAKING, READING,WRITING

LANGUAGE ITEM : Grammar – verbs

LEARNING OBJECTIVES : Pupils should be able to:

1) Listen and recall details by answering wh


questions.

2) Listen and complete the lyrics with the missing


words.

STAGE TEACHING / LEARNING ACTIVITIES JUSTIFICATION /


COMMENT
(Pre Listening)

Presentatio 1.Teachers asks pupils to name


n the
animals they usually see in a
farm
and the sounds they make.
(While listening)
Practice 1. Teacher plays the ‘Old Mc
Donald
Had A farm’ song from the
laptop. 1.Old Macdonald has a
2. Pupils listen and complete the snake
lyrics. 2.In the farm he has a
3.Teacher gives worksheets on cow.
true
/false questions

Production (Post Listening)


1. A few pupils act out the song Which animal barks?
while A dog barks.
the others sing.
2.Teacher asks questions and
pupils
answer.

Individual Work

Date : 8 July 2010

Day : Thursday

Time : 7.40-8.40

Year : 2 Sarjana

Topic : Family

Curriculum specification : 1.3.3- Listen to all the words in the word


list and

demonstrate understanding of their


meaning by

matching them to pictures

2.2.3- Ask questions to find out more


information and

about size, identity ,colour etc.

Focus skill : listening and speaking

Integrated skill : reading and writing


Language item : grammar-verbs

Learning objectives : Pupils should be able to:

1. listen to a song and match pictures with


the correct words.

2. Find out the correct animals by asking


questions to get the information in the
guessing game.

Key words : mews, clucks, moos, quacks, chirps

Previous knowledge : Pupils have learnt parts of animals and


question and

answering skills.

Materials :lap top, cassette player, worksheets

Moral value : appreciation

STAGE TEACHING / LEARNING ACTIVITIES JUSTIFICATION /


COMMENT
Set – 1.Teacher plays the ‘Old Mc
induction Donald Had A farm’ song from the
laptop. Teacher asks pupils to sing
(5 with actions
minutes)

(Pre -listening)
Presentatio
n 1. Teachers writes out the topic Old Pak Kassim has a
(10 on the board asks pupils to farm.
minutes) name the animals they can
see at a farm behind their
school and the sounds they
make.
2. Pupils list out orally. Is it big?
3. Teacher holds a picture of How big is it?
one of the farm animals How small is it?
and ask questions. Does it have a tail?
What colour is it?
Does it have fur or
feathers?
Does it mews?

(While listening).
Practice 1. Teacher gives worksheets to Pak Kassim has a farm.
(20 the pupils.
minutes) 2. Pupils listen to the song
and complete the lyrics.
3. Pupils answer true and false
questions according to the
song.
4. Pupils match animals and its
sounds.

(Post listening)
Production Guessing game.
(15 1. Pupils sit in pairs . Is it big?
minutes) 2. Teacher gives each group How big is it?
pictures of Pak Kassim’s farm How small is it?
animals. Does it have a tail?
3. One pupil will have to guess What colour is it?
the the picture his/her friend Does it have fur or
is holding by asking feathers?
questions and the other Does it mews?
answer his/her friend’s
questions.
Closure Pupils sing the song ‘Pak Kassim
( 10 has a farm’
minutes)

Lyrics:Old Pak Kassim Has a Farm

Old Pak Kassim has a farm Old Pak Kassim has a farm

E I E I O E I E I O
In his farm he has a cow In his farm he has a duck

E I E I O E I E I O

With a moo moo here, moo moo With a quack quack here, quack
there quack

Every where moo, moo. there

Old Pak Kassim has a farm Every where quack quack

E I E I O Old Pak Kassim has a farm

E I E I O

Old Pak Kassim has a farm

E I E I O Old Pak Kassim has a farm

In his farm he has a cat E I E I O

E I E I O In his farm he has a hen

With a mew mew here, mew mew E I E I O


there
With a cluck cluck here, cluck cluck
Every where mew mew
there
Old Pak Kassim has a farm
Every where cluck cluck
E I E I O
Old Pak Kassim has a farm

E I E I O

Worksheets

Name :

Class :

Write (T) for true statements and (F ) for false statements.


1. Old Pak Kassim has a goat. ( )

2. Pak Kassim’s duck quacks. ( )

3. A cow in Pak Kassim’s farm clucks. ( )

4. Pak Kassim’s has five animals. ( )

5. Pak Kassim does not have a cat. ( )

Match the sounds to the correct animals.

mew

moo

chirp

quack

cluck

Evaluation Form
Rating Scales

1 Poor 2 Satisfactory 3 Good 4 Excellent

No Evaluation Items Scales

1 Set induction 1 2 3
4

2 Presentation 1 2 3
4

3 Practice 1 2 3
4

4 Production 1 2 3
4

5 Materials 1 2 3
4

6 Class control 1 2 3
4

7 Effectiveness of teaching and learning 1 2 3


4

8 Achievement of objectives 1 2 3
4

9 Pupils’ interest 1 2 3
4

10 Pupils’ involment 1 2 3
4

11 A student centred lesson 1 2 3


4
Reflection

This lesson was carried out on Thursday 8 th of July with the year 2 pupils.

What I think I did well

What I did well is using the song which the pupils are familiar with and
adapt it to something related to their world. Quite a number of pupils in
the class were familiar with Pak Kassim who owns a small farm behind the
school. This made the lesson more interesting and encourage pupils
participation. All the pupils were able to pay attention and respond to the
tasks given. The pupils were also able to use their previous knowledge to
make this lesson meaningful and achieve the objectives.

What I think I did not do well and would change.

I did not do well in organising the activities and time planning. Too much
activities were planned due to my anxiousness to carry out this lesson.
There were too many activities at the while listening stage Therefore this
lesson took more than 60 minutes to be completed.

What I would change

What I would change is lessen the activities at the while listening stage.
Pupils need to listen more than once in order to fulfil the task. Two
activities would be reasonable and appropriate. True /false activity could
be done after the matching activity and ‘completing the lyrics ‘ activity is
not necessary as it is too easy for the pupils who are in the excellent
class.

What I have learnt


I have learnt that a listening and speaking lesson require qualitative
activities rather than quantitative activities. More time is needed in order
to achieve the objectives, so do not prepare too many activities. I also
learnt that do not correct pupils mistakes too much while they are
speaking as it might lower their self confidence. A teacher can correct
them as a whole at the end of the lesson. The learning stages were helpful
in leading the way to make the lesson more interesting and meaningful.

If there is a will, there is always a way.