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KSSR LESSON PLAN (YEAR 3)

Lesson No. Class Focus Theme Topic Content Standard

:3 : 3 Bestari : Reading : World of Stories : Occupation The Greedy Farmer : 2.2 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to demonstrate understanding of a variety of linear and nonlinear texts in the form of print and nonprint materials using a range of strategies to construct meaning. 2.3 read independently for information and enjoyment.

Learning Standard : 2.2.3 Able to read and understand simple and compound sentences. 2.2.4 Able to read and understand a paragraph with simple and compound sentences. 2.3.1 Able to read for information and enjoyment with guidance. (a) fiction

Objective

: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to 1) read and arrange the story correctly. 2) draw pictures based on the strips of event creatively.

Time Teaching Aids

: 60 minutes : Pictures, big book, worksheet, LCD projector, Power Point.

Cross-Curricular Elements/ Educational Emphases: MI: Verbal, Interpersonal, Visual-spatial Inteligence

Activity Set Induction (5 minutes) Teacher shows a picture to the pupils.

Teaching & Learning Strategy Picture:

Notes A picture of a farmer.

Teacher asks questions to the pupils.

Question and Answer Session

Sample question: 1. Who is this? 2. What does a farmer do? Where does he work? The Greedy Farmer story (Refer to Appendix A)

Presentation (15 minutes) Teacher displays the

Presentation

story and reads the story. Teacher highlights some words in the story. Teacher reads the words and pupils will repeat. Teacher asks few pupils to come in front of class and asks them to match the picture with the

Big Book: Vocabulary: Greedy, spring, rain, wheat, seed, cloudy, sunshine,

sunny, sowed, drying out, ripe, pile, grow, summer, harvest, rainstorm.

correct vocabulary. Reading aloud with correct intonation, stress, and actions to the pupils.

Read and match

Match the picture (Power Point presentation): (Refer to Appendix B)

Practice (15minutes)

Practice

Rearrange the events: (Refer to Appendix C)

Teacher

divides

pupils

Reinforcement

into groups of four. Teacher distributes a Value : Cooperation

worksheet to each group that has scrambled

events of the story. Each group must

complete the story by rearranging the events. Each group must number each event according to the sequences correctly. Each group read aloud their completed story. Teacher shows them the correct and completed

story on the board. 1. Pupils again. Production (20 minutes) Teacher distributes an A4 paper to each group. Each group will get Read and draw Sample of drawing: (Refer to Appendix D) read the story

different sentence strips

from teacher. In groups, pupils need to draw a picture based on the strips given. Pupils will present their drawing. Each group will detect and rearrange the

pictures according to the story correctly Closure (5 minutes) Teacher elicits some Moral value Moral value: Dont be too greedy. We must be grateful.

moral values from the story.

Assessment: Able to read the story with the correct and Observation Correction Practice

pronunciation intonation. Able to

rearrange

sentences and complete the story correctly.

Remedial: Read aloud until the pupils can grasp and understand correctly the story Drilling

Enrichment In groups, pupils make a scrapbook and put the picture cards given in it and take turn to tell the story. In pairs, one pupil will read and the other one answers the worksheet given versa. and then vice Text and worksheet: (Refer to Appendix A) (Refer to Appendix E) (Refer to Appendix F) Production Application Scrapbook and picture cards/ drawing

APPENDIX A

The Greedy Farmer

Once there was a farmer. He was a greedy man. He always wanted more than everyone else.

Spring came, and it began to rain. It rained for a long time. The farmer was unhappy. The farmer wanted to plant his wheat seed right away. He did not want to wait. He wanted to make more money than all the other farmers. The farmer looked up to the cloudy sky. God, please give sunshine tomorrow. I want to plant my wheat seeds, he prayed.

The next day, it was sunny. The farmer sowed the seeds in his field. He was happy. For the whole week, the sun shone brightly. It is too sunny. My seeds will dry up, thought the farmer. The farmer looked up to the sky. God, please give me rain tomorrow. The sun is drying out my seeds! he called.

The farmer woke up the next morning. He saw that it was raining and was happy. The wheat began to grow. The sun and the rain made it grow very tall.

Finally it was summer. The farmer harvested the ripe wheat. He had large yellow pile of wheat, but still, he was not happy. He turned to the sky and said, I could have had more wheat if you had given me more rain, God.

God was very angry with the greedy farmer. He sent a huge rainstorm to his farm. The storm washed away all his wheat. APPENDIX C The other farmers thanked God for their harvest and God protected their wheat from the storm.Rearrange the events correctly. (The Greedy Farmer) Spring came, and it began to rain. It rained for a long time. He did not want to wait. He wanted to make more money than all the other farmers. The farmer looked up to the sky. God, please give me rain tomorrow. The sun is drying out my seeds! he called. Once there was a farmer. He was a greedy man. He always wanted more than everyone else. The next day, it was sunny. The farmer sowed the seeds in his field. He was happy. I want to plant my wheat seeds, he prayed. The other farmers thanked God for their harvest and God protected their wheat from the storm. The wheat began to grow. The sun and the rain made it grow very tall. The farmer looked up to the cloudy sky. God, please give sunshine tomorrow. Finally it was summer. The farmer harvested the ripe wheat. The farmer was unhappy. The farmer wanted to plant his wheat seed right away. God was very angry with the greedy farmer. He sent a huge rainstorm to his farm. The storm washed away all his wheat. He had large yellow pile of wheat, but still, he was not happy. He turned to the sky and said, I could have had more wheat if you had given me more rain, God.

The farmer woke up the next morning. He saw that it was raining and was happy. For the whole week, the sun shone brightly. It is too sunny. My seeds will dry up, The Greedy Farmer thought the farmer.

APPENDIX E

Once there was a ___________. He was a ___________ man. He always wanted more than everyone else.

___________ came, and it began to rain. It rained for a long time. The farmer was unhappy. The farmer wanted to plant his ______________ right away. He did not want to wait. He wanted to make more money than all the other farmers. The farmer looked up to the cloudy sky. God, please give sunshine tomorrow. I want to plant my wheat seeds, he prayed.

The next day, it was _____________. The farmer sowed the seeds in his field. He was happy. For the whole week, the sun shone brightly. It is too sunny. My seeds will dry up, thought the farmer. The farmer looked up to the sky. God, please give me ___________ tomorrow. The sun is drying out my seeds! he called.

The farmer woke up the next morning. He saw that it was raining and was happy. The wheat began to ___________. The sun and the rain made it grow very tall.

Finally it was ___________. The farmer ___________ the ripe wheat. He had large yellow pile of wheat, but still, he was not happy. He t urned to the sky and said, I could have had more wheat if you had given me more rain, God.

God was very ___________ with the greedy farmer. He sent a huge ___________ to his farm. The storm washed away all his wheat. APPENDIX F The other farmers thanked God for their harvest and God protected their wheat from the storm. The Greedy Farmer

Once there was a farmer. He was a greedy man. He always wanted more than everyone else.

Spring came, and it began to ___________. It rained for a long time. The farmer was unhappy. The farmer wanted to plant his wheat seed right away. He did not want to wait. He wanted to make more ___________ than all the other farmers. The farmer looked up to the cloudy sky. God, tomorrow. I want to plant my wheat seeds, he prayed. please give

___________

The next day, it was sunny. The farmer sowed the ___________ in his field. He was happy. For the whole week, the ___________ shone brightly. It is too sunny. My seeds will dry up, thought the farmer. The farmer looked up to the sky. God, please give me rain tomorrow. The sun is drying out my seeds! he called.

The farmer woke up the next morning. He saw that it was raining and was happy. The wheat began to grow. The sun and the rain made it grow very ___________

Finally it was summer. The farmer harvested the ripe ___________. He had large ___________ pile of wheat, but still, he was not happy. He turned to the sky and said, I could have had more wheat if you had given me more rain, God.

God was very angry with the greedy farmer. He sent a huge rainstorm to his farm. The ___________ washed away all his wheat. APPENDIX B The other farmers thanked God for their ___________ and God protected their wheat from the storm. Match each picture with the correct vocabulary.

Rain

Grow

Harvest

Sow

Protect
APPENDIX D

Draw a picture based on the strips given. Then, present in to the class.

The next day, it was sunny. The farmer sowed the seeds in his field. He was happy.