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Subject

English

Class / Year

4 Ibnu Naqib / Year 4

Date / Day

26th March 2015 / Tuesday

Time

9.15 am -10.15 am

Theme

World of Knowledge

Topic

Yesterday and today

Focused skill

Language arts

Content standard

4.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able
to enjoy and appreciate rhymes, poems and songs.
4.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able
to plan, organize and produce creative works for enjoyment.

Learning standard

4.1.2 Able to sing songs and recite jazz chants and poems with
correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
4.3.2 Able to plan, prepare and participate in a performance
based on literary works.

Objectives

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


a) create a mask of the characters in the poem.
b) recite and act out the scene in the poem by using the mask
created with correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm,
intonation and action..

Vocabularies

Decent, knocked, sharp, evil, grin, poor.

Moral values

Be careful.

Teaching aids

Pictures of the characters, poem on mahjong paper, mask,


template of the masks, stick.
Creating

Thinking skills

Stage / Time
Set Induction
( 5 minutes)

Content
Eliciting pupils
responses by asking a
few oral questions.
e.g.
Have you ever heard a
story Little Red Riding
Hood?

Presentation

Presenting the poem to


the pupils.

( 15 minutes)

Practice
( 15 minutes)

Reciting the poem to


promote understanding
to the pupils.

Activities

Resources

1. Teacher greets the pupils.


Pictures of
2. Teacher asks the pupils a few the
questions about Little Red
characters
Riding Hood.
3. Teacher explains a little bit
about the story to the pupils
by using pictures of the
characters.

1. Teacher pastes the poem on


the white board.
2. Teacher recites the poem
loudly with correct stress,
pronunciation, rhythm and
intonation.
3. Teacher asks the difficult
words that they do not
understand.
4. Teacher explains the difficult
words to the pupils.
5. Teacher explains about the
poem to the pupils by using
masks.

Mahjong
paper

1. Teacher divides the pupils


into four groups.
2. Teacher asks the pupils to
recite the poem loudly group
by group.
3. Teacher listens to them and
corrects the mispronounced
words.
4. Teacher recites the poem
once again while introducing

Mahjong
paper

Masks

Masks

the actions suitable to the


poem.

Production
( 20 minutes)

Creating the masks and


acting out the scene of
the poem.

Closure

Closing the lesson

(5 minutes)

Discussing moral values


-Be careful

1. Teacher distributes a
template of mask to each
pupil.
2. Teacher asks the pupils to
decorate their mask.
3. Teacher helps the pupils to
paste a stick to their masks.
4. Teacher asks the pupils to
finish their works in 10
minutes.
5. Teacher asks the pupils to
sit down.
6. Teacher asks for volunteer
to recite the poem and act
out the scene by using the
mask in front of the class.
1. Teacher concludes the
lesson.
2. Teacher discusses moral
value in the class.

Template of
the masks
Stick