MY LESSON NOTES

DAILY LESSON PLAN :  1

SUBJECT: ENGLISH

TOPIC: ANIMALS (WILD ANIMALS)

CLASS: 3 BESTARI (AVERAGE LEVEL)

NUMBER OF PUPILS: 21 PUPILS

DATE: 18th APRIL 2011

TIME: 8.45 – 9.45 am

SKILL: Naming the wild animals by listening, speaking, reading and writing.

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Pupils have already seen, heard and learnt about animals. Therefore, they know something about animals.

EXPLICIT OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to :
a)      Name at least seven/eight animals from the pictures given.
b)      Read, understand and answer 2/3 questions from the text.
OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP A: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to fill in the blanks with the correct words. They should be able to complete the words in the cross word puzzle.

OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP B: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to choose the correct words from the box and fill in the blanks. They should be able to complete the words in the cross word puzzle.

OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP C: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to choose the correct words from the brackets and fill in the blanks. They should be able to complete the words in the cross word puzzle.

TEACHING AIDS: Slide Show (LCD) comprising of pictures of animals. A song with lyrics and a text on Animals in Zoo Negara. Six manila cards comprising of task for each group.


UNIT
CONTENT
ACTIVITIES
METHOD
TEACHING AIDS
THEORY
1
(5min)
1.0  The skill of LISTENING
1.7 Listen to and enjoy the song.

Song.(lyric)
In the jungle the mighty jungle,
The lion sleeps tonight.
In the jungle the quiet jungle,
The lion sleeps tonight.


Teacher motivates pupils by displaying the lyrics of the song on the screen.

Teacher plays the song and pupils listen.

Teacher sings the song and pupils follow.
To arouse pupils interest.

Repetition by the teacher to train pupils to listen. 

Slide show  comprising
 Lyrics of a song.
Social Psychology
a)Modeling/ Imitation.
b)Co-operative learning.

By : Albert Bandura






2
(20min)

2.0  The skill of SPEAKING
2.5 Give relevant information politely in response to enquiries made :
- to name
-to identify
-to disagree

Example from the slide:
       


Teacher introduces the picture one by one using the slide show.    (8 pictures of animals.)

 Pupils are encouraged to give statement by :
to naming,
To identifying and to disagreeing pertaining to the pictures.

Teacher shows the answers for each picture on the slide show.

Pupils reads the sentences/
Answers.


Pupils are drilled as:
a)a class
b)in groups
c)as individuals


To interact and communicate effectively with the teacher.

Chorus repetition from the class to help pupils to repeat the sentence pattern.

Drilling by the teacher.
Slide show comprising 8 pictures of animals.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner


Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct .
b)To reconstruct.

By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,
David Ausubel,
Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.


Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Elbert Bandura
3
(25min)
3.0  The skill of READING
1.3  Read and understand phrases, sentences, paragraphs and whole text based on the key words suitable to their level development.

The text from the slide show:

Teacher then shows a slide of a text on Animals in Zoo Negara.

Teacher reads the text once.

Pupils follow the teacher.

Teacher picks pupils at random to come out and read the text loudly.

Teacher asks questions based on the text.

Pupils give their answers.

Develop comprehension skills and to inculcate a love for reading among pupils.

Read the paragraph to locate the main ideas and details.
Slide show comprising a text of Animals in Zoo Negara.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct .
b)To reconstruct.

By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Albert Bandura
4
(10min)
4.0  The skill of WRITING
4.3 Complete texts with the missing words, phrases or sentences.

Group A: Fill in the blanks with the correct words and solve the puzzle.

Group B: Choose the correct words from the box by filling in the blanks and solving the puzzle.

Group C: Choose the correct words from the brackets by filling in the blanks and solving the puzzle.
Teacher divides the class into 3 groups (each group contains 7 members) and gives each group a different task.

Pupils discuss the answers with their group members.


Teacher calls out each group to present their task to the class.

 Each correct answer is given 2 points.


To acquire all these four language skills so as to be able to communicate effectively, teacher should provide ample opportunities for pupils to participate actively.
Manila cards comprising activities for each group.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement
By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct .
b)To reconstruct.

By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Albert Bandura


           

DAILY LESSON PLAN : 2

SUBJECT: ENGLISH

TOPIC: ANIMALS (TAME ANIMALS)

CLASS: 3 BESTARI (AVERAGE LEVEL)

NUMBER OF PUPILS: 21 PUPILS

DATE: 19th APRIL 2011

TIME: 10.35 – 11.35 am

SKILL: Naming the tame animals by listening, speaking, reading and writing.

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Pupils have already seen, heard and learnt about animals. Therefore, they are able to know something about animals.

EXPLICIT OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to:
a)      Name at least nine/ten tame animals from the text.
b)      Read, understand and answer eight/nine questions from 3 texts.
OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP A: By the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to fill in the blanks with the correct words.

OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP B: By the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to rearrange the words to form sentences.

OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP C: By the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to match the words to the phrases.

TEACHING AIDS: Slide show (LCD) comprising 4 texts of tame animals. Sounds of tame animals. Three manila cards comprising of task for each group.

UNIT
CONTENT
ACTIVITIES
METHOD
TEACHING AIDS
THEORY
1
(5min)

1.0 The skill of LISTENING
1.7 Listen to and guess the sounds of the animals.

Sound of Animals :
1.      A cat
2.      A dog
3.      A cat
4.      A cow


Teacher motivates pupils by playing the sound of the animals.

Teacher plays the sounds and pupils listen.

Teacher asks pupils to guess the sounds.

To arouse pupils interest.

Repetition by the sounds made to train pupils to listen. 

Slide show  comprising
Sound of Animals.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner



2
(20min)
2.0 The skill of SPEAKING
2.5 Give relevant information politely in response to enquiries made :
- to name
-to identify
-to disagree

Example from the slide :
 

Teacher then shows a slide of a text on Animals.

Teacher reads the text once.

Teacher asks questions based on the text.

Pupils give their answers.

To interact and communicate effectively with the teacher.

Chorus repetition from the class to help pupils to give their answers.

Brainstorm.
Slide show comprising a text of animals.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct
b)To reconstruct.


By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Elbert Bandura

3
(25min)
1.0  The skill of READING
Read and understand phrases, sentences, paragraphs and whole text based on the key words suitable to their level development.

The text from the slide show:
 

Teacher then shows 3 slides of texts on Cat, Cow and Duck.

Teacher reads the text once.

Pupils follow the teacher.

Teacher picks pupils at random to come out and read the text loudly.

Teacher asks questions based on the text.

Pupils give their answers.

Develop comprehension skills and to inculcate a love for reading among pupils.

Read the paragraph to locate the main ideas and details.
Slide show comprising texts on Cat, Cow and Duck.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct .
b)To reconstruct.

By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Albert Bandura
4
(10min)
1.0  The skill of WRITING
4.3 Complete texts with the missing words, phrases or sentences.

Group A: Fill in the blanks with the correct words.

Group B: Rearrange the words to form sentences.

Group C: Matching words to the phrases.
Teacher divides the class into 3 groups (each group contains 7 members) and gives each group a different task.

Pupils discuss the answers with their group members.


Teacher calls out each group to present their task to the class.

 Each correct answer is given 2 points.


To acquire all these four language skills so as to be able to communicate effectively, teacher should provide ample opportunities for pupils to participate actively.
Manila cards comprising activities for each group.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement
By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct
b)To reconstruct.
By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping
By : Albert Bandura































































































































DAILY LESSON PLAN : 3


SUBJECT: ENGLISH

TOPIC: ANIMALS (ANIMALS AND THEIR YOUNG)

CLASS: 3 BESTARI (AVERAGE LEVEL)

NUMBER OF PUPILS: 21 PUPILS

DATE: 20th APRIL 2011

TIME: 8.45 – 9.45 am

SKILL: Naming the animals and their young by listening, speaking, reading and writing.

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Pupils have already seen, heard and learnt about animals. Therefore, they know something about animals.

EXPLICIT OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to :
a)      Name at least three / four animals from the pictures given.
b)      Match the animals to their young from the chart.
OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP A: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to match words to the pictures. They should be able to role play the animals from the masks given.

OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP B: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to spell the words by filling in the missing letters. They should be able to role play the animals from the masks given.

OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP C: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to answer True and False statement. They should be able to role play the animals from the masks given.

TEACHING AIDS: Slide Show (LCD) comprising of pictures of animals. A song with lyrics and a chart on Animals and their young. Six masks on animals and their young.

UNIT
CONTENT
ACTIVITIES
METHOD
TEACHING AIDS
THEORY
1
(5min)
1.0The skill of LISTENING
1.7 Listen to and enjoy the song.
Song.(lyric)
Teacher motivates pupils by displaying the lyrics of the song on the screen.

Teacher plays the song and pupils listen.

Teacher sings the song and pupils follow.
To arouse pupils interest.

Repetition by the teacher to train pupils to listen. 

Slide show  comprising
 Lyrics of a song.
Social Psychology
a)Modeling/ Imitation.
b)Co-operative learning.

By : Abert Bandura






2
(20min)
2.0The skill of SPEAKING
2.5 Give relevant information politely in response to enquiries made :
- to name
-to identify
-to disagree












Example from the slide :

Teacher introduces the picture one by one using the slide show.    (8 pictures of animals.)

Pupils are encouraged to give statement by:
to naming,
To identifying and to disagreeing pertaining to the pictures.
Teacher shows the answers for each picture on the slide show.

Pupils are drilled as :
a)a class
b)in groups
c)as individuals


To interact and communicate effectively with the teacher.

Chorus repetition from the class to help pupils to repeat the sentence pattern.

Drilling by the teacher.
Slide show comprising 8 pictures of animals.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct
b)To reconstruct.

By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,
David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Elbert Bandura
3
(25min)
3.0The skill of READING
Read and understand words and the meaning of the words and whole chart on the key words suitable to their level development.






















The chart from the slide show:

Teacher then shows a slide of a chart on Animals and their young.

Teacher reads the chart once.

Pupils follow the teacher.

Teacher picks pupils at random to come out and read the from the chart loudly.

Teacher drills on the spelling of the words.


Develop comprehension skills and to inculcate a love for reading among pupils.

Read the paragraph to locate the main ideas and details.
Slide show comprising a text of Animals in Zoo Negara.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct .
b)To reconstruct.

By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,
David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Albert Bandura
4
(10min)
4.0The skill of WRITING
4.3 Complete texts with the missing words, phrases or sentences.

Group A: Match words to the pictures and role play on the masks given.

Group B: Fill in the missing letters and role play on the masks given.

Group C: Answering True and False statement and role play on the masks given.
Teacher divides the class into 3 groups (each group contains 7 members) and gives each group a different task.

Pupils discuss the answers with their group members.

Teacher calls out each group to present their task to the class.



 Each group must make a role play from the masks given.


To acquire all these four language skills so as to be able to communicate effectively, teacher should provide ample opportunities for pupils to participate actively.
Manila cards comprising activities for each group.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct .
b)To reconstruct.

By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,
David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.
Social Psychology a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Albert Bandura




DAILY LESSON PLAN : 4
SUBJECT: ENGLISH

TOPIC: ANIMALS (GENDER OF ANIMALS)

CLASS: 3 BESTARI (AVERAGE LEVEL)

NUMBER OF PUPILS: 21 PUPILS

DATE: 21st APRIL 2011

TIME: 8.45 – 9.45 am

SKILL: Naming the wild animals by listening, speaking, reading and writing.

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Pupils have already seen, heard and learnt about animals. Therefore, they know something about animals.

EXPLICIT OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to:
a)      Recognise sounds of animals and guess three/four animals from the pictures given.
b)      Read, understand and answer five/six questions from the text on gender of animals.
OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP A: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to fill in the blanks with the correct words. They should be able to complete the words in the cross word puzzle.

OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP B: By the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to choose the correct words from the box and fill in the blanks. They should be able to complete the words in the cross word puzzle.

OBJECTIVE FOR GROUP C: By the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to choose the correct words from the brackets and fill in the blanks. They should be able to complete the words in the cross word puzzle.

TEACHING AIDS: Slide Show (LCD) comprising of sentences on gender of animals. Slide show on sounds of animals and 2 texts on Gender of Animals. Six manila cards comprising of task for each group.

UNIT
CONTENT
ACTIVITIES
METHOD
TEACHING AIDS
THEORY
1
(5min)
1.0The skill of LISTENING
1.7 Listen to sounds of animals.
Guess the sound.
Teacher motivates pupils by playing the sound of the animals.

Teacher plays the sound and pupils listen.

Teacher asks pupils to guess the sound.




To arouse pupils interest.

Repetition by the teacher to train pupils to listen. 

Slide show  comprising
sound of animals.
Social Psychology
a)Modeling/ Imitation.
b)Co-operative learning.
By : Abert Bandura






2
(20min)
2.0The skill of SPEAKING
2.5 Give relevant information politely in response to enquiries made :
- to name
-to identify
-to disagree















Example from the slide :
Teacher introduces the sentences by one using the slide show.    (6 sentences of animals and their gender.)

Pupils are encouraged to give statement by :
Read the sentences.

Teacher shows the answers for each sentence on the slide show.



Pupils are drilled as :
a)a class
b)in groups
c)as individuals


Interact and communicate effectively with the teacher.

Chorus repetition from the class to help pupils to repeat the sentence pattern.

Drilling by the teacher.
Slide show comprising sentences about the gender of animals.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct
b)To reconstruct.


By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Elbert Bandura
3
(25min)
3.0The skill of READING
Read and understand words and the meaning of the words and whole chart on the key words suitable to their level development
(The text from the slide show):
A cow is also a tame animal.
It eats grass.
It has two horns on its head.
It gives us milk.
A male cow is called a bull.
A calf is the young of a cow.

A duck is a tame animal too.
It has feathers on its body.
It has a beak.
A duck can swim very well.
A male duck is called a drake.
A young duck is called a duckling.








Teacher then shows 2 slide of a text on Animals and their young.

Teacher reads the text once.

Pupils follows the teacher.

Teacher picks pupils at random to come out and read the from the chart loudly.

Teacher drills on the spelling of the words.


Develop comprehension skills and to inculcate a love for reading among pupils.

Read the paragraph to locate the main ideas and details.
Slide show comprising a text of Animals in Zoo Negara.
Behaviourism Psychology a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct
b)To reconstruct.


By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping

By : Albert Bandura

4
(10min)
4.0The skill of WRITING
4.3 Complete texts with the missing words, phrases or sentences.

Group A: Fill in the blanks with the correct words and solve the puzzle.

Group B: Choose the correct words from the box by filling in the blanks and solving the puzzle.

Group C: Choose the correct words from the brackets by filling in the blanks and solving the puzzle.
Teacher divides the class into 3 groups (each group contains 7 members) and gives each group a different task.

Pupils discuss the answers with their group members.

Teacher calls out each group to present their task to the class.


To acquire all these four language skills so as to be able to communicate effectively, teacher should provide ample opportunities for pupils to participate actively.
Manila cards comprising activities for each group.
Behaviourism Psychology
a)Stimulus and Response.
b)Programmed instruction.
c)Reinforcement

By : B.F. Skinner

Constructisme Psychology
a)To construct .
b)To reconstruct.

By :  John Dewey,Jean Piaget,Jerome Brunner,David Ausubel,Hilda Taba and Lee S.Shulman.

Social Psychology
a)Co-operative learning.
b)Peer teaching
c)Grouping
By : Albert Bandura



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3 comments:

yanti said...

The lesson should be adjustable based on our pupils' level of proficiency.

walidshauqi said...

Nice one teacher aezril ... Keep up the good work.. Do share any new activities in the classroom ya....

eaterwisemama said...

nice blog dear...its good to share with others....

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