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Subject Date/Day Time Class No.

of pupils Level Theme/Topic Focused Skill Integrated Skills

: English : 22nd April 2013/Monday : 9.10 am 10.10 am : Year 5 UITM : 33 pupils : Average (urban context) : World of knowledge (Unit 5: Bountiful Harvest) : Writing : Reading

Curriculum Specifications: 3.4.3 Read aloud poems and stories clearly and expressively 4.4.2 Construct simple sentences and compound sentences based on a given stimulus Learning Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: 1. Read the dialogue of the story The Little Red Hen expressively. 2. Rearrange words to make a correct sentence. 3. Write a sentence with correct use of verb to be. Content: Grammar CCTS

: Subject verb agreement, simple present tense : Interpreting, reasoning

Previous Knowledge: Pupils had learned about singular and plural forms as well as subject verb agreement. Anticipated problem: Some pupils are reluctant to learn. Solution: Give a task sheet that suits the pupils level. Teaching aid: A dialogue of Little Red Hen, a set of jumbled sentences in 11 envelopes, task sheets for production Stage/Time SET INDUCTION (5 mins) Content Questions: What does bread is made of? Flour, eggs What does flour is made of? Wheat Teaching-Learning Activity 1. Teacher shows a bread to pupils. 2. Teacher asks question to pupils. 3. Teacher shows a picture of wheat. Remarks Teaching aid A picture of wheat A bread Rationale To attract pupils attention


Language content Subject agreement


1. Teacher distributes a dialogue to each pupil. 2. Teacher distributes stick puppets of the characters in the story to pupils. 3. The pupils read the lines according to the puppets they are holding. 4. After a pupil finishes reading, they pass the puppet to pupil beside them. The next pupil will read the lines. 5. Step 4 is repeated until the dialogue ends. 6. Teacher differentiates two sentences from the dialogue.

Teaching aid A dialogue of a story The Little Red Hen

PRACTICE (20 mins)

Language content Subject agreement

1. verb 2. 3.


PRODUCTION (20 mins)

1. 2.

CLOSURE/ (5 minutes)

Question What is the moral value from this story?


Rationale To ensure each learner participate s in reading To demonstra te the correct use of is and are Teaching aid Teacher divides pupils into groups of three. Jumbled Teacher distributes an envelope sentences to each group. Rationale Pupils rearrange words in the envelope to make a complete To get learners to sentence. practice the use Pupils find a correct verb to of is and are as match the subject in the a group sentence. CCTS Interpreting Teacher distributes a task sheet Teaching aid to each pupil. A task sheet for Learners construct five learners to work sentences based on the given on subject. Rationale To enable learners to practice their knowledge individually Moral value Teacher inculcates moral values to pupils. Cooperation CCTS Reasoning

*I was teaching simple present tense. I made two columns, one was Singular (refer to the subject) and the other one was plural. I conducted jumbled sentences. I made a template 2

for each words in the sentences, learners rearrange the words, glue the papers so that the papers wont peeled off. Then, pupils paste the sentences in the correct column. Get it? If dont get it, ask me how! hehe Task sheet Look at the words in the hen below. Write a sentence for each word in the hen. One sentence has been done for you.

The hen The cat

The chicks The hen and chicks

The farm

The bread

Example :

The hen is very hardworking.

1. ___________________________________________________________________ 2. ___________________________________________________________________ 3. ___________________________________________________________________ 4. ___________________________________________________________________ 5. ___________________________________________________________________ 3

dialogue THE LITTLE RED HEN The little red hen lives in a farm with her six little chicks. She loves to go for a walk in her farm. Then, she finds some wheat grains. She takes the wheat back to her home. The little red hen meets her friends, duck, bird, cat and dog. She asks her friends. Little red hen : Duck Bird Cat Dog : : : : Who will help me plant this wheat? Not I. Not I. Not I. Not I. Then my six little chicks and I will plant the wheat. After some time, the plant grows healthily. It has long stalks of wheat. The wheat is ripe and ready to be harvested. The little red hen and her little chicks are very delight. She meets her friends again. Little red hen : Duck Bird Cat Dog : : : : Who will help me harvest the wheat grain? Not I. Not I. Not I. Not I. Then my six little chicks and I will harvest the wheat grain. So, the little red hen and her six little chicks harvest the wheat grain. After that, they take the grain to the miller. She grinds the wheat to flour. Little red hen and her chicks bring the flour to their home. At home, the little red hen meets her friends. Little red hen : Who will help me bake a bread? 4

Little red hen :

Little red hen :

Duck Bird Cat Dog

: : : :

Not I. Not I. Not I. Not I. Then my six chicks and I will bake this bread.

Little red hen :

So, the little red hen and her six little chicks bake the bread. After half an hour, the bread is ready. Little red hen takes the bread to her friends. Henny : Who will help me to eat this bread? Duck Bird Cat Dog : : : : I will. I will. I will. I will. Oh no, you wont. My six little chicks and I have done all the work. So, we will eat the bread. Duck, bird, cat and dog are ashamed of themselves. They are very sorry for not helping the little red hen.

Little red hen :

JUMBLED SENTENCES (I differentiate the colour of the verb and other words.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The chicks help/helps their mother bake a bread. The little red hen and her chicks live/lives in a farm. Duck does/do not help little red hen. Duck, bird, cat and dog want/wants to eat the bread. Little red hen bake/bakes a delicious bread.