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LISTENING & SPEAKING

Planning Teaching & Learning Activities


for Differentiated Instructions
Differentiated Instructions

What • Tailoring instruction to meet individual needs.

Why
• Different levels of readiness
• Different ability levels
• Different interests
• Different cognitive needs

How
• Content
• Process
• Product
• Learning environment
Differentiated is not…
• more problems, questions and
assignments.
• recreational reading.
• independent reading/writing without
curriculum connections.
• free time to draw or practice talent.
• cooperative learning group where
advanced learners get to be the leader.
• activities that all learners will be able to
How To Apply Differentiated
Instructions
Content Process
• What learners need to learn • Activities which learners
and how they get access to engage to make sense or
the information. master the content.
• Example: • Example:
-varied resources -tiered activities
-audio & video recording -hands-on materials
-charts or models -vary pacing according to
-highlighted vocabulary readiness
-small group -individual, pair or group
activities
How To Apply Differentiated
Instructions
Product Learning environment
• Showing what is know and • The way classroom works
able to be done. and feels.
• Example: • Example:
-giving options of how to -develop routines that allow
express or create product learners to get help before
assignments. seeking for teachers’ help.
-allowing individual or -provide suitable and
group work. practical materials.
-applying related arts to -condusive learning area.
produce products.
DIFFERENTIATED
INSTRUCTIONS
Planning Teaching & Learning Activities for
Listening & Speaking
HARI :Wednesday TAHUN :1 Cemerlang

SUBJEK :Bahasa Inggeris MODUL :Listening and Speaking

TEMA :World of Knowledge TARIKH :22.2.2015

TOPIK :Unit 10; How Many? MASA :8.30-930 am

STANDARD KANDUNGAN(CONTENT STANDARD) PEDAGOGI (STRATEGI/AKTIVITI)

1.1 1.Teacher plays a few sounds, pupils identify.

STANDARD PEMBELAJARAN (LEARNING STANDARD) 2.Teacher introduces /k/. Pupils say the sound and do its
action.
1.1.1(a), 1.1.4 3.Teacher shows picture. Pupils identify and list the items in the
picture verbally.
OBJEKTIF 4.Teacher says the things/animals in the picture. Pupils stand
=words with /k/ and sit= words without /k/.
1.Pupils will be able to talk about a stimulus with guidance. 5. Language activities; Listen and Point
(advanced/intermediate), Listen and Say(beginner)
2.(LINUS) pupils will be able to associate the letter c with the 6.Pupils complete exercise. Page 44(Pupils’ Module, Book 1).
sound /k/.

BAHAN

IMPAK/ REFLEKSI Picture cards, composite picture

EMK (PENGISIAN KURIKULUM/KBAT/NILAI)


Set Induction
(pre-listening activity)

•Make or play the


sounds of a cat, a car, a
cow and a duck.

•Get pupils to identify


the sound.

•Show picture cards of


the sound and ask pupils
to identify them.
c k

ck
Presentation
•Teacher introduces the
phoneme /k/.
•Ask pupils to imagine
flying a kite and say /k/.
•Teacher demonstrate how
to sound it out (feel air
coming out from mouth).
•Pupils trace the letter and
say /k/.
•Get pupils to say /k/ for c,
k and ck.
•Let pupils know that the
lesson will be focusing on
letter c and sound /k/.
Presentation
•Teacher shows a picture
(Teachers’ Module, Book 1:
page 166).
•Pupils identify the things
and animals they can see in
the picture.
•Point to each item and say
the words. Pupils repeat.
•Teacher highlights the
words with /k/ sound.(car,
cat, cup, carrot and cow)
•Get the pupils to list out
the words verbally that
begin with letter c.
Practice
(Whole class activity)
Game: Listen and Stand

•Teacher shows a picture


(Teachers’ Module, Book 1:
page 166).
•Teacher points to the things
and animals and say the word
aloud.
•When teacher says the words
with phoneme /k/, pupils
stand.
•If teacher says the words
without phoneme /k/, pupils
sit.
Production
(pair/small group activity)
Game: Listen and Point

•Advanced and
intermediate pupils get to
continue to play the game.

•Pupils take turn to say the


words from a list.

•The other will listen and


point to the picture.
(Purpose: practice the
phoneme /k/)
Production
(pair/ individual activity)
Game: Listen and Say

•Teacher points to the


picture.

•Pupils identify the things


and animals in the picture
and say the words.

•Teacher encourages pupils


to say the words and do the
action of phoneme /k/.
Closure
•Pupils say the sound /k/
and do the action by
themselves.

•Pupils complete the


exercise on page 43 in the
Pupils’ Module, Book 1.

•Pupils listen to teacher.

•Pupils cross out the picture


said by the teacher.
Planning Teaching and Learning for
Listening and Speaking

• 1 hour lesson
• 13 pupils (main-stream & LINUS pupils)
• Lesson consist of;
– Lesson plan
– Differentiated instructions on product
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