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LESSON 18: LISTENING (NON-TEXTBOOK MATERIALS)

SUBJECT English
YEAR/FORM 2
DURATION 60 minutes
THEME People & Culture
TOPIC New Year, New You
FOCUS SKILL Listening
( Taken from English Textbook Form 1, 2016 (Page 2-3)
CONTENT STANDARD 1.1 Understand meaning in a variety of familiar contexts
LEARNING STANDARD 1.1.6 Understand with little or no support longer simple narratives on a wide range of
familiar topics
1.1.5 Understand with little or no support more complex questions
LEARNING By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to :
OBJECTIVES Understand with little or no support longer simple narratives on a wide range of
familiar topics by filling up a tree map
Understand with little or no support more complex questions by completing a flow
map
CROSS CURRICULAR Language
ELEMENTS Values
ACTIVITIES: 1. Pupils will need to think of their new year resolution and randomly be chosen to
1)PRE-LESSON share with their friends.
2. Teacher asks for the reason they choose their resolutions.
2) LESSON 1. Pupils listen to a talk programme on New Year Resolutions.(CD recording)
DEVELOPMENT 2. Pupils listen the recording again while filling in the tree map.
3. Teacher suggests the pupils to use Im going to and Im thinking about.
4. In pairs, the pupils take turn to ask and answer about New Year Resolutions using
the above sentence structures.
5. For a follow-up task, teacher plays another conversation and asks the pupils to fill
in the flow map regarding resolutions in groups.
6. Teacher asks the pupils to exchange their maps to cross-check.
3)POST-LESSON 1. After correcting the answers, teacher asks the group leader to come to the front to
read the correct flow.
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LESSON 19: SPEAKING (NON-TEXTBOOK MATERIALS)

SUBJECT English
YEAR/FORM 2
DURATION 60 minutes
THEME People & Culture
TOPIC I am Malaysian
FOCUS SKILL Speaking
(Taken from English Form 1 textbook , 2016 ( Page 152)
CONTENT STANDARD Communicate information, ideas, opinions and feelings intelligibly on familiar topics
LEARNING STANDARD 2.1.1 Ask about and explain key information from simple texts
2.1.5 Express opinions or feelings about character and personally
LEARNING By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to :
OBJECTIVES 2.1.1 by giving at least 3 instructions to get from a place to another
2.1.5 by creating a conversation between a local and a tourist on how to get to an
interesting place based on the map and state at least 2 reasons why he/she chooses
the place.
CROSS CURRICULAR Patriotism and Citizenship
ELEMENTS
ACTIVITIES: 1. Pupils are shown a map (MELAKA TOWN) and will be asked to guess where the
1)PRE-LESSON location is.
2. Pupils are asked to name a few landmarks shown in the map.
2) LESSON 1. In groups, pupils are asked to study the map in order to:
DEVELOPMENT i) trace a route.
ii) show the starting and ending points
iii) state interesting places to get there
iv) state the mode of transport
2. Using Think-Pair-Share activity, pupils are given a task to figure out the way from
a place to another.
2. In pairs, create a conversation between a local and a tourist on how to get to an
interesting place based on the map and the reasons why he/she chooses the place.
3. Pupils are asked to role-play the conversation in front of the class.
3)POST-LESSON 1. Pupils can perform an acrostic poem as a class. (INDEPENDENCE by Carrie
Richards: page 151)
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LESSON 20: READING

SUBJECT English
YEAR/FORM 2
DURATION 60 minutes
THEME People and Culture
TOPIC Stand by Me
FOCUS SKILL Reading
(Taken from English Form 1 textbook, 2016 (page 104-106)
CONTENT STANDARD 3.1 Understand a variety of texts by using a range of appropriate reading strategies
to construct meaning
LEARNING STANDARD 3.1.5 Recognise with support attitude or opinion of the writer in simple longer texts
3.1.1 Understand specific details and information in simple longer texts on range of
familiar topics
LEARNING By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to
OBJECTIVES 3.1.5by reading brochure
3.1.1by filing in the bubble map
CROSS CURRICULAR Language
ELEMENTS Values
ACTIVITIES: 1. Pupils are explained the roles of a friend in our life.
1)PRE-LESSON 2. A pupil will be chosen randomly and asks for his/her friends name.
3. The pupil will tell his/her friends good qualities and fill in a bubble map in front of
the class.
2) LESSON 1. Pupils will need to read a brochure on Friendship Day.
DEVELOPMENT 2. Pupils will need to list unfamiliar words and search for meanings using dictionary.
3. Pupils are asked to answer 3 comprehension questions based on the brochure.
3)POST-LESSON 1. Pupils will need to answer 1 HOTS question using a circle map.
(How to keep an everlasting friendship?)
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LESSON 21: WRITING

SUBJECT English
YEAR/FORM 2
DURATION 60 minutes
THEME People and Culture
TOPIC A Bundle of Joy
FOCUS SKILL Writing
CONTENT STANDARD 4.1.1 Explain simple content from what they have read
4.2 Communicate with appropriate language , form and style
LEARNING STANDARD 4.1.1 Explain simple content from what they have read
4.1.5 Organise and sequence ideas within short texts on familiar topics
4.2.2 Spell written work with moderate accuracy
LEARNING By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to :
OBJECTIVES 4.1.1 Explain simple content from what they have read by giving at least 3 details
about the journal entry read.
4.1.5 Organise and sequence ideas within short texts on familiar topics by filling the
outline and write a journal entry
CROSS CURRICULAR Language
ELEMENTS
ACTIVITIES: 1. Pupils are shown pictures of different wedding ceremonies
1)PRE-LESSON 2. Pupils are asked a few questions related to the ceremonies ( 5W1H questions )
2) LESSON 1. Pupils are asked to read the journal entry about naming ceremony of the Ibans
DEVELOPMENT (pg. 57 KSSM Form 1)
2. Pupils are asked about the details of the journal entry.
3. Pupils choose a ceremony in groups and come out with an outline for the
ceremony.
4. Pupils expand the outline and write a journal entry about the ceremony.
3)POST-LESSON 1. Pupils exchange their journals with other groups and give their comments.
2. Pupils present the journals with the comments.
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