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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LESSON PLAN

THEME ENVIRONMENT WEEK 5

TOPIC Literature - The Living Photograph DATE 1/2/2018

OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: CLASS 4SS
TIME 11.50 to 12.30
Identify 6 meaning of the phrases

Respond to the 6 questions in an appropriate way

FROM HSP 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by


3.1 a) understanding and retelling in one’s own words the story, play, poem
and song heard and read and the film viewed and giving one’s opinion of the
text;

SKILLS Reading

ACTIVITIES SET INDUCTION


Students tell about the poem with their on words
TEACHING PROCEDURES
1] Students read the questions given
2] Students match 6 phrases of the poem in group (Collaboration)
3] Students present their answer in front (communication)
4] Students identify 6 informations from the poem
5] Students discuss the answers with teacher

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CLICK N TEACH - 2015 LESSON PLANS (F4 & F5)

FORM ** Please edit LEARNING OUTCOMES


4SS Talk about 4 physical appearance
4A4 locate 5 informations from the poem
5A4 develop understanding about 1119 english paper
5A3 Identify 6 meaning of the phrases
5A8 Expand the notes given
DAYS ** Please edit Apply the writing skill
SUNDAY Summarize relevant information from the text given
MONDAY Recognize 3 elements in the literary text in group (collaborative)
TUESDAY Understand the plot and the themes
WEDNESDAY Discuss the characteristics of the characters
THURSDAY Write short description about the picture given
TIME ** Please Edit Respond to the 6 questions in an appropriate way
7.30 Students acquire 10 dificult vocabularies through reading text
8.05 Compare and contrast ideas
8.50 Use dictionary to locate meanings of the words
9.15 Answer exam-based questions within required time
9.50 Discuss the answers and do the correction
10.10 FROM HSP ** Selected only (Details specification are in HSP sheet)
10.50 1.1a- Take part in social conversation
11.20 1.1c- Take part in class discussion
11.55 2.1b-Read materials in print
12.30 2.1c-Skim and scan for specific ideas and information
1.10 2.1f-Extract main ideas
1.45 2.2b-Use grammatical items in worksheet provided
2.20 2.2c-Summarizing information
9.30 2.2a-Writing descriptions of a topic given
10.10 2.2b-Expand notes/outlines
10.25 2.3a-Write description of a personality
11.10 3.1a-Recognizing elements of literary text
11.50 3.1b-Reading the text/Telling the story in own words
12.10 3.1c-Describing the characters/write a paragraph or two on them
3.2 Narrate the story/Sequence the events

SKILLS SET INDUCTION


Reading Listen to a song and complete gap filling exercise
Writing Students Look at the picture and brainstorm the ideas
Exam Practice Language games- Friends Bingo
Literature Language games - Word Maze
Vocab/Grammar Students look at the picture of poison tree and tell their opinion
HSP (REFERENCE NO) Grammar games - hangman
1.O Vocab hunt - locate specific vocab around the school compound
2.O Vocab game - I know the word (tenses)
3.O POP Quiz
All Ears Session
Students tell about the poem with their on words
CLICK N TEACH - 2015 LESSON PLANS (F4 & F5)

TEACHING PROCEDURE - STEP 1 WRAP UP


Students read the questions given Follow-up activities
List down/highlight the main ideas of the text Overview of next lesson
Write the vocab list for the given topic - dictionary skills HOMEWORK
Locate the keyword/important notes of the text Vocab Exercises
Revise the notes provided Grammar practice
Read the sample essay Essay Practice
Study the information given Comprehension /Summary Exercises
Recall past experiences/knowledge and share Vocab Hunt/Sentence Drill
Students recite the poem aloud and discuss the literal meaningMCQ's/Rational Cloze Practice
Complete a graphic organiser Mini Project
TEACHING PROCEDURE - STEP 2 Poem / Short Stories Exercises
Students match 6 phrases of the poem in group (CollaborationMovie /Book Review
Students locate 8 informations from the poem and answer the NIE Project
Find meanings of difficult words using contextual clues Play/Novel Exercises
Mind-mapping session-using WH Questions TEACHING AIDS
Identify cause and effect Constructive Learning
Locate meanings of words using dictionary Cooperative & Collaborative Learning
TEACHING PROCEDURE - STEP 3 Equiry based Learning
Oral discussion (Q & A Session) Mastery Learning
Take necessary notes/points Problem based Learning
Answer comprehension questions Project Based Learning
Paraphrase the points using linkers and connectors Techonolgy Based Learning
Students identify the elements of the poem (setting, moral va MORAL VALUES
Students present their answer in front (communication) Round Table
TEACHING PROCEDURE - STEP 4 Think Pair Share
Students present their work in front Hot Seat
MCQs practices Games
Students identify 6 informations from the poem 3 stray and 1 stray
Summary practices Presentation
Notes expansion practices Role Play
Information transfer practices Gallery Walk
Using sophicticated phrases in the essay practices Plickers
writing practice Poem recitation
Literature-poem exercises Rationale
Literature - Novel exercises Love
Literature-Short Stories practices Independant
Literature -Drama/Play practices THEMES
Using thesaurus/dictionary practice PEOPLE
Directed writing practice- exam based SOCIAL ISSUES
Continuous writing practice-exam based ENVIRONMENT
TEACHING PROCEDURE - STEP 5 HEALTH
Share and summarize findings SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Students discuss the answers with teacher EXAM FOCUS
Personal consultation/Motivational reminders ENJOYING LITERATURE
VALUES
ENGLISH IS FUN-LANGUAGE FOCUS
mary Exercises

ve Learning

UAGE FOCUS
CURRICULUM CONTENT
1.0 Language Use for Interpersonal Purposes
1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by
a. introducing oneself;
b. taking part in conversation and engaging in correspondence on personal matters;
talking about self, family and friends, interests, past events, future plans, personal experiences, and feelings
c.
and understanding others when they talk about themselves;

d. exchanging ideas, information and opinions on topics of interest.

1.2 Take partout


carrying in social interaction
a variety by functions in spoken and written forms ranging from invitations to
of language
a. persuasion;
b. discussing plans and arrangements, solving problems, and making decisions.

1.3 Obtain goods and services by


a. making enquiries and ordering goods and services;
b. making complaints and responding to complaints.

2.0 Language Use for Informational Purposes


2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by
listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches; and viewing television documentaries and multimedia
a. resources;
b. Interviewing and using questionnaires;
reading materials in print such as reports and articles; and articles and using other electronic media such as
c. the Internet.

2.2 Process Information for various purposes by


a. skimming and scanning for gist and specific information;
b. extracting main ideas and supporting details from various audio, audio-visual and print materials;
c. discerning cause-effect relationships, and sequence of ideas;
d. getting at the explicit and implicit meaning of various oral and written texts;
e. predicting outcomes, and drawing conclusions;
f. deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words and metaphors by applying word attack skills;
g. identifying different points of view and bias;
h. using print and electronic dictionaries;
i. interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts, diagrams, tables, graphs;
j. making short notes and mapping out ideas.

2.3 Present the information to different audiences by

writing directions, instructions, recounts, descriptions, explanations, messages, letters, speeches, reports and
a. articles;
b. instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and reporting orally;
c. responding to questions and comments orally and in writing;
d. presenting information in non-linear forms including tables, graphs, diagrams, charts and vice-versa;
e. expanding notes and outlines;
f. composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;
g. summarizing information;
h. reading aloud written material such as instructions, directions, reports clearly and fluently;
i. using appropriate format, conventions, and grammar when presenting information.

3.0 Language Use for Aesthetic Purposes


3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by

understanding and retelling in one’s own words the story, play, poem and song heard and read and the film
a. viewed and giving one’s opinion of the text;
b. recognizing elements in a story such as characters, events;
c. explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relate to one’s life;
d. understanding other peoples’ cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;
e. reciting poems with feeling and expression
3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by
a. dramatizing texts and role-playing characters ;
b. retelling a story from a different point of view and presenting it in another genre;
c. composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.

II Language Content
1.1 Nouns
a Kinds: Countable, Uncountable, Collective, Compound
b Number: Plurals-Regular; Irregular; Foreign; Compound; Concord (subject-verb agreement);
c Nouns with no Singular/Plural Form; Plurals with different meanings

1.2 The Articles


a Indefinite; Definite; Zero Article.

1.3 Adjectives
a Attributive and Predicative use;
b Adjectives functioning as nouns
c Nouns functioning as Adjectives
d Comparison Adjectives

1.4 Pronouns
a Personal
b Relative
c Possessive
d Demonstrative
e Reflexive
f Interrogative

1.5 Verbs
a Regular and Irregular; Transitive and Intransitive
b Verbs – Tenses: Simple Past, Future, Continuous, Perfect
c Verbs – Negative, Interrogative, Question phrases
d Special finites (Modals): be; have, can, could, should, would, may, might, must, need, ought
e Infinitives: to, do
f Gerunds

1.6 Adverbs
a Formation
b Types: Adverbs of manner, time, place, direction, agent
c Comparison

1.7 Prepositions
a Positions - e.g. time, place, direction, agent
b Preposition in fixed phrases

1.8 Connectors
a Conjunctions
b Logical connectors
c Sequence connectors

1.9 Sentences
Sentences
a Simple, Compound, Complex, Questions, Imperatives, Exclamatives
b Negation
1.10 Direct and Indirect Speech
a Statements, Questions, Commands

1.11 Punctuation
a Consonants, vowels, and diphthongs of English
b Consonant clusters in different combinations
c Past tense and plural forms
d Stresses in two-, three-, and four-syllable words
e Stresses in compound words
f Sentence stress and intonation
g Homonyms – homographs, homophones
h Contractions
i Words borrowed from other languages
2015 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

MONTHS WEEK DATE FORM 5 LESSON PLANNING

JANUARY 1 4-8 Trawling the text/Intro to Novel/ Grammar Test

2 11-15 Chapter 1

3 18-22 Chapter 1

4 25-29 Chapter 2

FEBRUARY 5 1-5 Chapter 2

6 8-12 Chapter 3

7 15-19 Chapter 3

8 22-26 Chapter 4

MARCH 9 1-5 ** Assessment Test I

10 8-12 ** Assessment Test I

11 15-19 Revision of Answers/Literature Drill

MID SEMESTER BREAK ['22-26 MARCH]

APRIL 12 1-2 Chapter 5

13 5-9 Chapter 5

14 12-16 Chapter 6

15 19-23 Chapter 6

16 26-30 Chapter 7

MAY 17 3-7 Revision Week/Exam Drill

18 10-14 ** Mid Year Examination

19 17-21 ** Mid Year Examination

MID YEAR HOLIDAY [24/5-4/6]

JUNE 20 7-11 Chapter 8

21 14-18 Chapter 9

22 21-25 Chapter 10

23 28/6-2/7 Chapter 11
MONTHS WEEK DATE FORM 5 LESSON PLANNING

JULY 24 5-9 Chapter 12

25 12-16 Chapter 13

26 19-23 Chapter 14

27 26-30 Chapter 15

AUGUST 28 2-6 Exam Drill - Directed Writing/Poems

29 9-13 Exam Drill - Novel/MCQ

30 16-20 Exam Drill - Comp/Summary/Cont Writing

31 23-27 Exam Drill - Information Transfer

SEPTEMBER 32 30/8-3/9 ** SPM Trial Examination

33 6-10 ** SPM Trial Examination

MID SEMESTER (II) BREAK ['13-17 SEPT]

34 20-24 Final Leap Module I: Paper 1

35 27/9-1/10 Final Leap Module I: paper 2

OCTOBER 36 4-8 Final Leap Module : Novel

37 11-15 Final Leap Module : Poems

38 18-22 Study Leave/Personal Consultation

39 25-29 Study Leave/ Academic Coaching

NOVEMBER 40 1-5 Study Leave/Motivational Slot

41 8-12 ** SPM Examination

42 15-19 **SPM Examination

22-26 ** SPM Examination

29/11-3/12 ** SPM Examination

DECEMBER 6-Oct ** SPM Examination

END OF YEAR HOLIDAY [22/11-31/12]

** Subject to change
2015 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

MONTHS WEEK DATE FORM 4 LESSON PLANNING

JANUARY 1 4-8 Trawling the text/Intro to Novel/ Grammar Test

2 11-15 Chapter 1

3 18-22 Chapter 1

4 25-29 Chapter 2

FEBRUARY 5 1-5 Chapter 2

6 8-12 Chapter 3

7 15-19 Chapter 3

8 22-26 Chapter 4

MARCH 9 1-5 ** Assessment Test I

10 8-12 ** Assessment Test I

11 15-19 Chapter 4

MID SEMESTER BREAK ['22-26 MARCH]

APRIL 12 1-2 Chapter 5

13 5-9 Chapter 5

14 12-16 Chapter 6

15 19-23 Chapter 6

16 26-30 Chapter 7

MAY 17 3-7 Revision Week/Exam Drill

18 10-14 ** Mid Year Examination

19 17-21 ** Mid Year Examination

MID YEAR HOLIDAY [24/5-4/6]

JUNE 20 7-11 Chapter 7

21 14-18 Chapter 8

22 21-25 Chapter 8
23 28/6-2/7 Chapter 9

MONTHS WEEK DATE FORM 5 LESSON PLANNING

JULY 24 5-9 Chapter 9

25 12-16 Chapter 10

26 19-23 Chapter 10

27 26-30 Chapter 11

AUGUST 28 2-6 Chapter 12

29 9-13 Chapter 12

30 16-20 Chapter 13

31 23-27 Chapter 13

SEPTEMBER 32 30/8-3/9 ** Assessment Test 2

33 6-10 ** Assessment Test 2

MID SEMESTER (II) BREAK ['13-17 SEPT]

34 20-24 Chapter 14

35 27/9-1/10 Chapter 14

OCTOBER 36 4-8 Examination Practices - Paper 1

37 11-15 Examination Practices - Paper 2

38 18-22 Literature Drill

39 25-29 ** Final Year Examination

NOVEMBER 40 1-5 **Final Year Examination

41 8-12 Introduction to Novel

42 15-19 Poetry Project

END OF YEAR HOLIDAY [22/11-31/12]

** Subject to change
CURRICULUM CONTENT

1.1 a) introducing oneself;

1.1 b) taking part in conversation and engaging in correspondence on personal matters;


1.1 c) talking about self, family and friends, interests, past events, future plans, personal experiences, and feelings and understanding
themselves;
1.1 d) exchanging ideas, information and opinions on topics of interest.

1.2 a) carrying out a variety of language functions in spoken and written forms ranging from invitations to persuasion;

1.2 b) discussing plans and arrangements, solving problems, and making decisions.

1.3 a) making enquiries and ordering goods and services;

1.3 b) making complaints and responding to complaints.

2.1 a) listening to spoken texts such as talks, speeches; and viewing television documentaries and multimedia resources;

2.1 b) Interviewing and using questionnaires;

2.1 c) reading materials in print such as reports and articles; and articles and using other electronic media such as the Internet.

2.2 a) skimming and scanning for gist and specific information;

2.2 b) extracting main ideas and supporting details from various audio, audio-visual and print materials;

2.2 c) discerning cause-effect relationships, and sequence of ideas;

2.2 d) getting at the explicit and implicit meaning of various oral and written texts;

2.2 e) predicting outcomes, and drawing conclusions;

2.2 f) deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words and metaphors by applying word attack skills;

2.2 g) identifying different points of view and bias;

2.2 h) using print and electronic dictionaries;

2.2 i) interpreting non-linear texts such as maps, charts, diagrams, tables, graphs;

2.2 j) making short notes and mapping out ideas.

2.3 a) writing directions, instructions, recounts, descriptions, explanations, messages, letters, speeches, reports and articles;

2.3 b) instructing, describing, narrating, explaining, and reporting orally;

2.3 c) responding to questions and comments orally and in writing;

2.3 d) presenting information in non-linear forms including tables, graphs, diagrams, charts and vice-versa;

2.3 e) expanding notes and outlines;

2.3 f) composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar;

2.3 g) summarizing information;

2.3 h) reading aloud written material such as instructions, directions, reports clearly and fluently;

2.3 i) using appropriate format, conventions, and grammar when presenting information.

3.1 a) understanding and retelling in one’s own words the story, play, poem and song heard and read and the film viewed and giving one’s o

3.1 b) recognizing elements in a story such as characters, events;

3.1 c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relate to one’s life;

3.1 d) understanding other peoples’ cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs;

3.1 d) reciting poems with feeling and expression

3.2 a) dramatizing texts and role-playing characters ;

3.2 b) retelling a story from a different point of view and presenting it in another genre;

3.2 c) composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.

Kinds: Countable, Uncountable, Collective, Compound NOUNS

Number: Plurals-Regular; Irregular; Foreign; Compound; Concord (subject-verb agreement); NOUNS


Nouns with no Singular/Plural Form; Plurals with different meanings

Indefinite; Definite; Zero Article.

Attributive and Predicative use;

Adjectives functioning as nouns

Nouns functioning as Adjectives

Comparison Adjectives

Personal Pronoun

Relative Pronoun

Possessive Pronoun

Demonstrative Pronoun

Reflexive Pronoun

Interrogative Pronoun

Regular and Irregular; Transitive and Intransitive VERBS

Verbs – Tenses: Simple Past, Future, Continuous, Perfect

Verbs – Negative, Interrogative, Question phrases

Special finites VERBS (Modals): be; have, can, could, should, would, may, might, must, need, ought

Infinitives VERBS: to, do

Gerunds

Formation of ADVERB

Types: Adverbs of manner, time, place, direction, agent

ADVERBS of Comparison

PREPOSITION - Positions - e.g. time, place, direction, agent

Preposition in fixed phrases

Conjunctions

Logical connectors

Sequence connectors

SENTENCES - Simple, Compound, Complex, Questions, Imperatives, Exclamatives

SENTENCES - Negation

DIRECT/INDIRECT SPEECH - Statements, Questions, Commands

Consonants, vowels, and diphthongs of English

Consonant clusters in different combinations

Past tense and plural forms

Stresses in two-, three-, and four-syllable words

Stresses in compound words

Sentence stress and intonation

Homonyms – homographs, homophones

Contractions

Words borrowed from other languages


DOMAINS

1.1 Make friends and keep friendships by

1.2 Take part in social interaction by

1.3 Obtain goods and services by

2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by

2.2 Process Information for various purposes by

2.3 Present the information to different audiences by

3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by

3.2 Express themselves creatively and imaginatively by