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TEACHING ORGANISER

Name of Teacher(s): Rokiah, Pushpa, Haslinda, Shalini, Mosnah, Syafiqah


Form

Duration(weeks)

Grammar Item(s)

1 DEDIKASI, 1 BESTARI, 1
AL-ZAHRAWI, 1 ALJAZARI,

4 weeks

4.1.3 Pupils can identify and use


adjectives appropriately
according to the context
(i) adjective of quality

Domain (s)

Theme

Topic

Personal
Public

People and Cultures

My idol

EXPECTATIONS
(questions/statements to be answered while and after lessons-similar to objectives)
1) The positive qualities of an idol.
2) What are the roles of an idol?
TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES
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1) Student centredness
2) Project-based

CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENTS

1) Language Language registers in order to conduct an interview and elicit information


2) Values Being responsible, hardworking, dedicated, committed and other positive
traits

Listening and Speaking

Duration:
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1.5 hours

Content Standard(s): 1.2 Listen to, engage and interpret meaningful conversations.
Learning Standard(s): 1.2.1 (F1) Pupils can listen to and respond to directions, instructions
and procedures.

Activity(ies):
Pre:1. Show Slides of famous personalities
2. Ask who they are and in what field are they famous for
While: 1. Show a video clip of an interview with Meghan Trainor
2. Ask students to note down questions posed by the interviewer
3. Group-work discussion on the questions asked. Each group write
their list of questions on an A4.
4. Whole classroom discussion on the list of questions posed. Teacher
collects the A4 from each group. Exchange A4 among the groups
and check for correct list
Post: 1. Role-play In groups, appoint a group member to be a celebrity.
2. Forms questions to ask the celebrity. Students may refer to the questions used in
the while-activity. Students write their questions on a given A4 paper ( to be used
in the writing class)
3. Conduct the role-play. Point that they will be assessed based on group
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participation.
4. Teacher walks around and choose the best group.
Formative Assessment:
1. While-activity The number of correct questions noted.
2. Role-Play The number of questions asked, good questions posed and participation of
all group members.
Resources: http://youtu.be/CQtIPGhTzn8

Reflection:

Reading

Duration: 1 hour

Content Standard(s): 2.2 Can apply a range of strategies to comprehend texts related to
everyday living.
Learning Standard(s): 2.2.2 (F1) Pupils can locate and organise information by:
(i) using graphic organizers
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Activity(ies):
Pre: 1. Brainstorm on the qualities of an idol. Draw on poster sheet using I-Think Bubble
Map ( to be used in the Grammar class)
2. Each group display their map. Discuss.
While: 1. Read a text on Datuk Jimmy Choo (to be used in the Grammar class)
2. Complete the given graphic organizer.
Post: 1. Peer- checking Swap the graphic organiser, and check on the correct answers.
2. Discuss the answers.
Formative Assessment:
1. Graphic organizer exercise
Resources:
www.biography.com>people>jimmy-choo
Reflection:

Writing

Duration: 2 hours

Content Standard(s): 3.1 Apply appropriate writing skills and strategies


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Learning Standard(s): Pupils can


3.1.1 (F1) write simple sentences correctly
3.1.2 (F1) organise and write ideas in a paragraph
3.1.3 (F1) pupils can apply pre-writing strategies:
(iii) outlining
Activity(ies):
Pre: 1. Recap on the Listening and Speaking activities
2. Display each groups lists of questions (based on the collected A)
While: 1. Call each personality out.
2. In turn, conduct an interview from each group.
3. Students are to choose a personality. From the interview, note down the
information given by their chosen personality.
Post: 1. Write a paragraph or more on their chosen personality.
Formative Assessment:
Written task
Resources:
Students formulated questions and answers obtained from the interview.
Reflection:

Grammar

Duration: 1 hour

Content Standard(s): 4.1 identify and use language structures appropriately according to
context
Learning Standard(s): 4.1.3 (F1) Pupils can identify and use adjectives appropriately
according to context.
(a) adjective of quality
Activity(ies):
Pre: 1. Display the I-Think Bubble Map used in the Reading class. Discuss.
While: 1. Refer to the Reading text on Datuk Jimmy Choo.
2. Read and identify adjectives in the text. Discuss and conduct peer-checking.
3. Explaining the rules
Post: 1. Give a gap filling exercise to use the correct adjectives.
Formative Assessment:
Identifying of adjectives
Gap filling exercise
Resources: www.biography.com>people>jimmy-choo
Students exercise
Reflection:
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ACTION-ORIENTED TASK(S)

Duration: 3 hours

(These action-oriented tasks ensure that all the four language skills and the Grammar elements
taught are integrated to emulate real-life situations. These tasks and experiences will be the
bridging that helps students to overcome challenges in real life which require them to
communicate in English.)
Content Standard(s): 1.2 Listen to, engage and interpret meaningful conversations.
1.3 Listen to and respond critically to a wide range of spoken,
audio and visual texts.
1.4 Speak intelligibly, eloquently and appropriately for
different purposes, audiences, contents and cultures
3.1 Apply appropriate writing skills and strategies
3.2 Produce a variety of texts for creative, personal, academic
and functional purposes
4.1 identify and use language structures appropriately
according to context
Learning Standard(s): Pupils can:
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1.2.1 (F1) listen to and respond to directions,


instructions and procedures.
1.3.1 (F1) listen to spoken, audio and visual text to:
(i) retrieve main ideas
(ii) retrieve supporting details
1.3.2(F1) Listen to and respond to spoken, audio and visual
texts to:
(iv) identify and organise
1.4.2 (F1) Participate in simple conversations using speech
acts:
(i) greeting
(ii) request
3.1.1 (F1) write simple sentences correctly
3.1.2 (F1) Organise and write ideas in a paragraph:
(i) captions for illustrations, posters and cartoons
3.1.4 (F1) Apply pre-writing strategies:
(ii) brainstorming
(ii) outlining
3.2.2 Write for creative personal expression
(iii) posters and slogans
4.1.3 (F1) Pupils can identify and use adjectives appropriately
according to context.
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(a) adjective of quality


Activity(ies):
Pre: 1. Recap the questions constructed during the Writing class
While: 1. Divide into groups.
2. Inform the students that they are to conduct a project: Biodata of My Idol
3. Students are to choose an idol in their life (e.g teacher, parent, relative,
teacher, a figure in the community, best friend, student, neighbour) to
conduct an interview in order to collect data on them for their biodata.
4. Project a sample of biodata on the screen. Discuss.
5. They are given 1 week to complete the interview and bring their finding to
class.
6. Students discuss the list of questions.
Post: 1. (After 1 week) Students bring their finding.
2. Complete their Project: Biodata of My Idol
Assessment:
Biodata
Resources:
Proresumetips.blogspot..com>2011/11

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Reflection:

Literature in Action

Duration: 4 hours

Content Standard(s): 5.1 Engage and respond to a variety of literary texts to express
understanding of the broader world of ideas and concepts
5.2 Use a wide range of literary texts to convey views for
different purposes and audiences, and relate them to real
life situations
Learning Standard(s): Pupils can:
5.1.1 (F1) Listen and respond orally to various literary works
5.1.2 (F1) Read and understand various literary works
5.1.3 (F1) Share personal responses of issues related to
literary works and develop new ideas or solve problems
5.2.2 (F1) Produce a new genre from the literary text read
Activity(ies):
Pre: 1. Ask students if they have done something nice for their parents to cover their
guilt or due to ulterior motive.
While: 1. Flash the poem on the screen.
2. Read the poem until stanza 3.
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3. Discuss what could be the ulterior motive of the child.


4. Read the rest of the poem.
5. Discuss the childs feeling.
Post: 1. Divide into group.
2. Based on the poem, create a drama script.
3. Students are to present a drama
Formative Assessment:
Drama presentation
Resources:
Textbook Poem- Newsbreak by Max Fatchen
Reflection:

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