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Subject Date Class Time Focus Theme Topic Content Standard

English Language 8 April 2013 3 Amal 9.15 9.45 (30 minutes) Reading World of Stories The Princess and The Dragon 2.2. Pupils will be able to demonstrate understanding of a variety of linear and non-linear texts in the form of print and non-print materials using a range of strategies to construct meaning.

Learning Standards

2.2.2 Able to read and understand phrases and sentences in linear and non-linear text.

Objectives

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

1) Circle at least 2 out of 5 character based on the story given correctly. 2) Answer the reading comprehension at least 2 out of 6 correctly based on the story given. 3) Match 2 out of 4 phrases character correctly.

Educational Emphases Moral values Teaching Aids Assessment

Constructivism We need to be brave to help people. Word cards, worksheet, envelope, word picture 1) Observe pupils response to the questions orally. 2) Able to complete the worksheet with correct answers

Activity Set Induction (3 minutes) 1. Pupils are given figurines of characters. 2. Teacher pastes phrase cards on the board and asked pupils to identify the character in the picture. 3. Pupils match the figurines to the phrase cards. 4. Teacher check pupils answer. Pre Reading (5 minutes)

Teaching & Learning Strategy

Notes

Read and match.

Figurines of character and phrase cards at the appendix 1.

Appendix 2 The character A Knight A King A Princess An Ogre A dragon

Reinforcement through the 1. Teacher gives word based on the individually the character. story the princess and the dragon to the pupils. 2. Teacher asks pupils to circle the character in the story. 3. Teacher discuss with the pupils.

While Reading (10 minutes) Reinforcement through 1. Teacher asks the students to read the drilling story silently individually. 2. Pupils answer the question based on the story given. 3. Pupils can do it in the groups. 4. Teacher discuss with the pupils. The story of The Princess and The Dragon at appendix 2

Post Reading (10 minutes) Reinforcement through fun 1. Each groups need and play. to find treasure in the classroom. 2. Pupils need to complete the task in the treasure to find the next clue. 3. Each groups need to complete the story based on the sentences strips treasure that given. 4. The groups that complete the story and correct can get the next clue. Closure (2 minutes) 1. Teacher concludes the lessons by asking pupils about what they have learnt. 2. Teacher reminds pupils to be brave to save the people that need help. 3. Teacher asks the pupils do the exercise page 52. Sing a song

Envelope Sentence strips at the appendix 3

Words from the text given or any other words that they can recall.

Moral values

The Princess and The Dragon Once upon a time there was a king and queen. They lived in a golden castle with their beautiful daughter. One night an ugly ogre locked the princess in his tower. The king promised to give a bag of gold to the knight who could rescue the princess. All the knights in the lands rode to the ogres tower. The ogre was so scary that they rode away as fast as they could. The next day a friendly dragon saw the princess in the tower. The dragon blew the ogre into the ocean. The dragon put the princess on his back and flew in the sky. Then, the dragon took the princess back to the castle. The king was so happy with the dragon. He gave the dragon the bag of gold. Answer all the questions. 1. Where the princess lives? A. In the castle B. In the jungle C. In the house 2. What the king promise to the people that save the princess? A. A bag of silver coins B. A bag of gold C. A bag of food 3. How the dragon beat of the ogre? A. By blew the ogre into the ocean B. By kill the ogre C. By gives the ogre to the king 4. Who get the bag of gold by king? A. The knight B. The ogre C. The dragon