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Lesson Plan Template

Rancangan Mengajar Harian


Subjek: Pendidikan Moral

Tema: Saya Baik Hati


Topik: Membantu Keluarga

Kelas: 2.50 3.50 p.m.


(1 Rajin,1 Yakin)

Minggu: 7
Tarikh:
29 Feb 2016

Standard Pembelajaran:

Nilai:
Baik hati

2.1.1

Student Aspirations
Knowledge
/
Thinking
Skills

Objektif Pembelajaran:
1. Murid dapat memahami
konsep baik hati.
2. Murid dapat menceritakan
sikap baik hati yang
dilakukan dalam keluarga.

Leadership
Skills

Hubungan Merentas Kurikulum


Bahasa Inggeris

Bilingual
Proficiency

/ Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Ciri Kejayaan:
(a) Murid boleh menceritakan sikap baik hati dalam keluarga.
(b) Murid boleh membezakan perbuatan baik dan buruk.

Konsep Kata Kunci:


Baik

Sumber:
Buku teks, internet, buku rujukan
Lesson Outline

Starter

starter activity to engage students

inform students of the learning


objective

stimulate recall of prior learning


Main Activities

explanation of the content

modelling and demonstrating

practise opportunities

guidance and feedback

cater for different learning styles

appropriate challenge for all


learners

opportunities to learn
collaboratively

on-going guidance and feedback


(Assessment for Learning)
Plenary
Looking Back: review and assessment
of learning
Looking Forward: identify next steps for
learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Impact/ Reflection

Murid ditanya Siapakah dalam kelas ini baik hati?


Murid diperkenalkan objektif pembelajaran hari ini.

Murid mendengar penerangan guru tentang sikap baik hati


dan cara-cara membantu keluarga.
Share-N-Turn: Murid senaraikan cara-cara membantu
keluarga di rumah.
Murid dipilih secara rawak dan diminta menceritakan sikap
baik hati dan membantu keluarga yang pernah dilakukan di
rumah.
Guru memberi komen positif dan motivasi untuk
menggalakkan murid amalkan sikap baik hati.
Murid diberi tugasan.

Guru membimbing murid menyiapkan tugasan.


Share-your-view: Fahamkah apa yang kita dah belajar hari
ini?
Jika ya, angguk kepala. Jika tak pasti, angkat bahu. Jika tak
faham, peluk tubuh.

Remedial:

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan Template

Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: From the Sea (Unit 7)

English (Year 3)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Week: 20

(3 Yakin)

Date:
18th June 2015

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.2 Able to perform


guidance based on:
i) jazz chants

Self-reliance and cooperation

Musical Intelligence. (Creativity and


innovation)

with

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Leadership
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Recite and act out the chant of Five Little Blue Fish in groups with
correct intonation, pronunciation, and enunciation.

a) Recite and act out the chant


of Five Little Blue Fish in
groups.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Tail, fin, teeth, munch, and hide.

Textbook.

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students

National
Identity

Teacher tells the pupils to count from one until


five.

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Impact/ Reflection

Lesson Plan Template

inform students of the


learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Teacher asks the pupils if one goes down how


many are left.
Teacher tells the pupils that they are going to
read jazz chant in their textbook entitled, Five
Little Blue Fish.
Teacher asks the pupils to recite the chant as a
class.
Then, teacher asks the pupils to recite the chant
as groups.
Next, teacher instructs the pupils to act out the
chant in groups.
Later, teacher calls upon the representatives
from each group to recite the chant.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher guides the pupils progress in


completing the task given to them.
Teacher models to the pupils the correct
pronunciation, intonation and enunciation to read
the chant.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: From the Sea (Unit 7)

English (Year 3)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Week: 21

(3 Yakin)

Date:
25th June 2015

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.1 Able to produce simple Self-reliance and cooperation


creative works with guidance
based on:
b) songs
Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:
a) Sing the action song, entitled
The Fish using correct
instructions.
b) Act out the song based from
the lyrics creatively.

Leadership
Skills

Musical Intelligence. (Creativity and


innovation)

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Sing the action song, entitled The Fish using correct instructions.
b) Act out the song based from the lyrics creatively.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Swimming, water, tiny, and ocean.

Songs lyrics.

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Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Teacher shows an action of swimming to the


pupils.
Teacher asks the pupils to copy teachers action.
Teacher tells the pupils that they are going to
sing an action song, entitled The Fish.

Teacher asks the pupils to sing the song as a


class.
Then, teacher asks the pupils to sing the song
as groups.
Next, teacher instructs the pupils to act out the
song in groups.
Later, teacher calls upon the representatives
from each group to sing the song with action.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Impact/ Reflection

Teacher guides the pupils progress in


completing the task given to them.
Teacher models to the pupils the correct
pronunciation, intonation and enunciation to sing
the song.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan Template

Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: Its Story Time (Unit 8)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.2

Self-reliance and cooperation

Contextual learning. (Creativity and


innovation)

English (Year 3)

Able to perform with


guidance based on:
b) stories

Week: 22

(3 Yakin)

Date:
2nd July 2015

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:
a) Create their own face masks
using correct instructions.
b) Perform role play based from
the dialogue in the textbook
creatively.

Leadership
Skills

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Create their own face masks using correct instructions creatively.
b) Perform role play based from the dialogue in the textbook
creatively.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Goldilocks, Mama bear, Papa bear, Baby bear, chair,


porridge, and bed.

Dialogue script and face masks.

Lesson Outline

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Impact/ Reflection

Lesson Plan Template


Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Teacher asks the pupils to recall the previous


lesson.
Teacher asks the pupils to list down the
important key words that they have learnt
yesterday.
Teacher tells the pupils that they are going to
create face masks of the characters in the story,
Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Teacher asks the pupils to identify the characters
in the story, Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Teacher asks the pupils to use a manila card to
draw the face masks of the characters in the
story.
Pupils colour, cut and paste on the manila card
that they have brought.
Teacher asks pupils to memorize the dialogue
from the textbook.
Next, teacher asks the pupils to perform in their
groups creatively.
Teacher instructs the pupils to cooperate and
work cooperatively.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher guides the pupils progress in


completing the task given to them.
Teacher reminds the pupils that she will award a
sticker for the groups that cooperate
collaboratively and cooperatively.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan Template

Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: Its Story Time (Unit 8)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.2

Self-reliance and cooperation

Contextual learning. (Creativity and


innovation)

English (Year 3)

Able to perform with


guidance based on:
b) stories

Week: 23

(3 Yakin)

Date:
6th July 2015

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:
a) Create their own face masks
using correct instructions.
b) Perform role play based from
the dialogue in the textbook
creatively.

Leadership
Skills

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Create their own face masks using correct instructions creatively.
b) Perform role play based from the dialogue in the textbook
creatively.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Goldilocks, Mama bear, Papa bear, Baby bear, chair,


porridge, and bed.

Dialogue script and face masks.

Lesson Outline
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Impact/ Reflection

Lesson Plan Template


Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Teacher asks the pupils to recall the previous


lesson.
Teacher asks the pupils to list down the
important key words that they have learnt
yesterday.
Teacher tells the pupils that they are going to
create face masks of the characters in the story,
Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Teacher asks the pupils to identify the characters
in the story, Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Teacher asks the pupils to use a manila card to
draw the face masks of the characters in the
story.
Pupils colour, cut and paste on the manila card
that they have brought.
Teacher asks pupils to memorize the dialogue
from the textbook.
Next, teacher asks the pupils to perform in their
groups creatively.
Teacher instructs the pupils to cooperate and
work cooperatively.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher guides the pupils progress in


completing the task given to them.
Teacher reminds the pupils that she will award a
sticker for the groups that cooperate
collaboratively and cooperatively.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan Template

Lesson Plan
Subject:
English (Year 3)

Learning Standard Code:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: Its Story Time (Unit 8)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.1 Able to produce simple Self-reliance and cooperation


creative works with guidance
based on:
b) stories
Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:
a) Create their own face masks
using correct instructions.
b) Perform role play based from
the dialogue in the textbook
creatively.

Leadership
Skills

Week: 23

(3 Yakin)

Date:
9th July 2015

Contextual learning. (Creativity and


innovation)

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Create their own face masks using correct instructions creatively.
b) Perform role play based from the dialogue in the textbook
creatively.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Bookmark.

Manila card, colour pencils, marker pens, glue, scissor,


ribbon and etc.

Lesson Outline
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Impact/ Reflection

Lesson Plan Template


Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Teacher asks the pupils to tell the dos and the


donts when reading book.
Teacher asks the pupils to list down the
importance of obeying the rules in reading book.
Teacher tells the pupils that they are going to
create their own bookmark.
Teacher tells the importance having a bookmark
especially to those who loves to read.
Teacher models to the pupils the steps of
making bookmark.
Teacher asks the pupils to use a manila card to
draw their bookmark according to their own
creativity.
Pupils colour, cut and paste on the manila card
that they have brought.
Teacher asks the pupils to decorate their
bookmark so that it looks nice and eye catching.
Next, teacher asks the pupils to think of a reason
as to why they create their bookmark in that way.
(Justify their choice of doing the bookmark).
Teacher instructs the pupils to work individually.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher guides the pupils progress in


completing the task given to them.
Teacher reminds the pupils that she will award a
sticker for the individual that performs well.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan
Subject:
English (Year 3)

Learning Standard Code:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: The Holidays (Unit 9)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

2.2.2 Able to read and Self-reliance and cooperation


understand
phrases
and
sentences in linear and nonlinear texts.
3.1.1 Able to write in neat
legible print with correct spelling:
(b) simple sentences
3.2.2 Able to write with
guidance:
(a) simple sentences
(b) compound sentences
Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:
a) Able to read and understand
phrases and sentences in
linear and non-linear texts.
b) Able to write in neat legible

Leadership
Skills

Bilingual
Proficiency

Week: 25

(3 Yakin)

Date:
23rd July 2015

Contextual learning.

Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Able to read and understand phrases and sentences in linear and nonlinear texts.
b) Able to write in neat legible print with correct spelling: simple sentences.
c) Able to write with guidance: simple and compound sentences.

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print with correct spelling:
simple sentences.
c) Able to write with guidance:
simple and compound
sentences.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Places, vacation, holidays, and etc.

Textbook,
books.

PowerPoint

presentation,

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Teacher asks the pupils to pay attention to


the picture in the PowerPoint presentation.
Next, teacher asks the pupils to name the
places in the picture.
Teacher asks the pupils to read the
information given.
Pupils read the sentences in the paragraph
given.
Later, teacher asks the pupils to identify
the sentence pattern used.
Pupils pay attention to another set of
pictures and the information given.
Next, teacher asks the pupils to write the
correct sentences observing neat legible
print.
Pupils read out their sentences.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

exercise

Impact/ Reflection

Teacher asks the pupils to recall the previous


lesson.
Teacher asks the pupils to list down the activities
that they can do when they are on vacation.
Teacher tells the pupils that they are going to
watch a PowerPoint presentation.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

and

Teacher guides the pupils progress in


completing the task given to them.
Teacher reminds the pupils that she will award a
sticker for the individual that performs well.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: The Holidays (Unit 9)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.1 Able to produce simple


creative works with guidance
based on:
(d) stories

Self-reliance and cooperation.

Contextual learning and visual spatial


intelligence.

English (Year 3)

Week: 26

(3 Yakin)

Date:
30th July 2015

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Leadership
Skills

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

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National
Identity

Lesson Plan Template


Learning Objectives:
Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
should be able to:
a) Use our vacation photographs and create simple story using
a) Use our vacation
compound sentences based on their experience to the places that
photographs and create
they have visited.
simple story using
b) Decorate our work on the tasks given to us creatively.
compound sentences
based on their experience
to the places that they
have visited.
b) Decorate our work on the
tasks given to us
creatively.
Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:
Resources:
Places, vacation, holidays, and etc.

Textbook, pictures, A4 papers, glue, scissors, colour


pencils, markers, and oil pastels.

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Teacher asks the pupils to recall the previous


lesson.
Teacher asks the pupils to list down the activities
that they can do when they are on vacation.
Teacher tells the pupils that they are going to
create something which is related with their
vacation.
Teacher asks the pupils to refer to their
textbook on page 70.
Teacher guides the pupils in creating
compound sentences regarding the places
that they have been.
Teacher asks the pupils to take out the
photographs that they have been asked to
bring yesterday.
Then, teacher asks the pupils to paste
their photographs on a piece of an A4
paper.
After that, teacher asks the pupils to write
their own story using compound sentences
that had been taught earlier.
Teacher tells the pupils that they are free
to write and decorate their work on places
they have visited creatively.

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Impact/ Reflection

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Plenary
Looking Back: review and
assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher guides the pupils progress in


completing the task given to them.
Teacher reminds the pupils that she will award a
sticker for the individual that performs well.

Reinforcement:

Enrichment:

Lesson Plan
Subject:
English (Year 3)

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: A Ride in the Safari

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Week: 27

(3 Yakin)

Park (Unit 10)

Date:
6th August
2015

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Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.1 Able to produce simple

Self-reliance and cooperation.

Contextual learning and visual spatial


intelligence.

creative
works
guidance based on:
(c) songs

with

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Leadership
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Sing the song entitled Going to the Zoo with correct tune,
pronunciation, intonation, and rhythm.
b) Work in their groups and change the songs lyrics creatively and
present it to the class.
c) Create and produce a creative art work of an animal using a colour
paper, scissors, glue and etc creatively.

a)

Enjoy ourselves with the


song sang and change the
lyrics creatively.
b) Produce creative work of
an animal creatively.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Zoo, trunk, ears, jumping, scratching, monkeys,


elephant, bear, seals, sleepy and etc.

Songs lyrics entitled Going to the Zoo, an audio of a


the song, a speaker, colour papers, scissors, glue, an
A4 paper, and stapler.

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Teacher greets the pupils.


Next, teacher asks the pupils to create their own
riddles on animals.
Teacher gives three minutes for the pupils to
think of their own riddle.
Next, teacher calls for volunteers to read aloud
their riddles to the front and asks the others to
guess the animals.
Teacher distributes a songs lyrics entitled,
Going to the Zoo, to the pupils.
Teacher sets up a speaker to be played with an
audio from the phone.
Teacher plays the audio and models the pupils
of the tune of the song. (Mulberry bush tune).
Teacher plays the audio for the second time and
asks the pupils to join and sing with the teacher.
Teacher then asks the groups to use the mini
whiteboard and instructs them to create their
own verse of the song. (5 minutes- pupils need
to change the lyrics according to their creativity).
Teacher calls for volunteers to present their work
and gives rewards for the best group that can
cooperate well.

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Impact/ Reflection

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Plenary

Next, teacher instructs the pupils to create an


animal using an A4 paper, colour pencils, glue,
and stapler according to their own activity.
Teacher gives five minutes for the pupils to
create their magical animal creatively.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher monitors pupils progress in completing


the task given to them.
Teacher chooses the best four groups (that
changes the song lyrics creatively) and asks
them to sing their own songs lyrics.

Reinforcement:

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Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: In School. Park (Unit

English (Year 3)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Week: 28

(3 Yakin)

Date:
13th August

11)

2015

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.1 Able to produce simple

Self-reliance and cooperation.

Contextual learning and visual spatial


intelligence.

creative
works
guidance based on:
(b) poem

with

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Leadership
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Recite the poem with correct tune, pronunciation, intonation, and
rhythm.
b) Cooperate in our group and change the poem creatively.
c) Work in our groups and do actions based from the poem.

a)

Enjoy ourselves with the


poem recited and change
the lyrics creatively.
b) Do some actions suits with
the poem.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Angry, shout, clam, time out, sad, frown, worry, cry,


and fry.

Textbook page 88, stimulus, and worksheet.

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Teacher asks the pupils to make some facial


expressions.
Pupils make some facial expressions of angry,
happy, and etc.
Teacher explains about facial expressions to the
pupils.
Teacher asks the pupils to refer to the poem in
their textbook page 88.
Teacher models the pupils of the intonation and
pronunciation of the poem.
Teacher recites the poem for the second time
and asks the pupils to join and recite the poem
with the teacher.
Teacher then asks the groups to use the mini
whiteboard and instructs them to create their
own poem using the facial expressions. (10
minutes- pupils need to change the poem
according to their creativity).
Teacher calls for volunteers to present their work
and gives rewards for the best group that can

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cooperate well.
Next, teacher instructs the pupils to do actions
while reciting the poem.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher monitors pupils progress in completing


the task given to them.
Teacher plays some quiz with the pupils.
Teacher gives reward to the group who
cooperate and follow the teachers instruction
throughout the learning process.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: In School. (Unit 11)

English (Year 3)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Week: 30

(3 Yakin)

Date:
27th August
2015

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.3.1 Able to produce simple

Self-reliance and cooperation.

Contextual learning and visual spatial


intelligence.

creative
works
guidance based on:
(b) poem

with

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Leadership
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

National
Identity

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Recite the poem with correct tune, pronunciation, intonation, and
rhythm.
b) Cooperate in our group and change the poem creatively.
c) Work in our groups and do actions based from the poem.

a)

Enjoy ourselves with the


poem recited and change
the lyrics creatively.
b) Do some actions suits with
the poem.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Angry, shout, clam, time out, sad, frown, worry, cry,


and fry.

Textbook page 88, stimulus, and worksheet.

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Teacher asks the pupils to make some facial


expressions.
Pupils make some facial expressions of angry,
happy, and etc.
Teacher explains about facial expressions to the
pupils.
Teacher asks the pupils to refer to the poem in
their textbook page 88.
Teacher models the pupils of the intonation and
pronunciation of the poem.
Teacher recites the poem for the second time
and asks the pupils to join and recite the poem
with the teacher.
Teacher then asks the groups to use the mini
whiteboard and instructs them to create their
own poem using the facial expressions. (10
minutes- pupils need to change the poem
according to their creativity).
Teacher calls for volunteers to present their work

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Impact/ Reflection

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Plenary

and gives rewards for the best group that can


cooperate well.
Next, teacher instructs the pupils to do actions
while reciting the poem.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher monitors pupils progress in completing


the task given to them.
Teacher plays some quiz with the pupils.
Teacher gives reward to the group who
cooperate and follow the teachers instruction
throughout the learning process.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: I See Numbers! (Unit

English (Year 3)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Week: 34

(3 Yakin)

Date:
1st October

13)

2015

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.1.2 Able
songs,

Self-reliance and cooperation.

Contextual learning and visual spatial


intelligence.

to

sing

action

recite jazz chants


and poems with correct
pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation.
4.3.2 Able to perform with
guidance based on :
jazz
chants.

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Leadership
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Recite the jazz chant with correct tune, pronunciation, intonation,
and rhythm.
b) Work in our groups and do actions based from the jazz chant.

a) Recite a jazz chant


aloud.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Numbers.

Textbook and worksheet.

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles
appropriate challenge for

National
Identity

Teacher greets the pupils.


Next, teacher asks the pupils to create their own
riddles on numbers.
Teacher gives three minutes for the pupils to
think of their own riddle.
Next, teacher calls for volunteers to read aloud
their riddles to the front and asks the others to
guess the answer.
Teacher reads the chants of Numbers
Everywhere (textbook page 104).
Give response to the chants verbally.
Pupils and teacher read aloud the chant together
with correct pronunciation and intonation.
Pupils get into groups and perform the chant.
Teacher reads the chants of Thirty Busses in the
Station.

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all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Give response to the chants verbally.


Pupils and teacher read aloud the chant together
with correct pronunciation and intonation.
Teacher corrects any mistake immediately.
Pupils recite a jazz chant aloud in group of three.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher monitors pupils progress in completing


the task given to them.
Teacher plays some quiz with the pupils.
Teacher gives reward to the group who
cooperate and follow the teachers instruction
throughout the learning process.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: Technology at Home

English (Year 3)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Week: 35

(3 Yakin)

Date:
8th October

(Unit 14)

2015

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.1.2 Able
songs,

Self-reliance and cooperation.

Contextual learning and visual spatial


intelligence.

to

sing

action

recite jazz chants


and poems with correct
pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation.

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Leadership
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Recite poems with correct pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
b) Take part with guidance in a performance based on stories.

a) Recite poems with correct


pronunciation, rhythm and
intonation.
b) Take part with guidance in a
performance
based
on
stories.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Technology; laptop, washing machine, mixer,


blender, hand phone, oven and etc.

Textbook and poem.

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback

National
Identity

Teacher greets the pupils.


Next, teacher asks the pupils to create their own
riddles on technology at home.
Teacher gives three minutes for the pupils to
think of their own riddle.
Next, teacher calls for volunteers to read aloud
their riddles to the front and asks the others to
guess the answer.
Teacher demonstrates how to recite poem in the
textbook.
Teacher guides pupils line by line.
Teacher asks pupils to guess the appliances.
Teacher asks pupils to make their own actions
for the poem and the answers in groups of 4.

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Impact/ Reflection

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cater for different learning


styles
appropriate challenge for
all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Teacher asks pupils to perform their poem


creatively.
Teacher gives response to the poem verbally.
Pupils and teacher read aloud the chant together
with correct pronunciation and intonation.
Teacher corrects any mistake immediately.
Pupils recite a jazz chant aloud in group of three.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher monitors pupils progress in completing


the task given to them.
Teacher plays some quiz with the pupils.
Teacher gives reward to the group who
cooperate and follow the teachers instruction
throughout the learning process.

Reinforcement:

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Lesson Plan
Subject:

Theme: World of Knowledge


Topic: Four Friends (Unit 15)

English (Year 3)

Class: 1.20 2.20 p.m.

Week: 36

(3 Yakin)

Date:
15th October
2015

Learning Standard Code:

Moral Value:

Cross Curricular Links:

4.1.2 Able
songs,

Self-reliance and cooperation.

Contextual learning and visual spatial


intelligence.

to

sing

action

recite jazz chants


and poems with correct
pronunciation, rhythm
and intonation.

Student Aspirations
Knowledge

Thinking
Skills

Leadership
Skills

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, we
should be able to:

Bilingual
Proficiency

Ethics &
Spirituality

Success Criteria:
By the end of the lesson, we will be successful if we can :
a) Sing nursery rhyme aloud.
b) Take part with guidance in a performance based on stories.

a) Sing nursery rhyme aloud.


b) Take part with guidance in a
performance
based
on
stories.

Key Concepts/ Key Vocabulary:

Resources:

Donkey, dog, cat and rooster.

Nursery rhyme song.

Lesson Outline
Starter

starter activity to engage


students
inform students of the
learning objective
stimulate recall of prior
learning

Main Activities

explanation of the content


modelling and
demonstrating
practise opportunities
guidance and feedback
cater for different learning
styles

National
Identity

Teacher greets the pupils.


Next, teacher asks the pupils to create their own
riddles on technology at home.
Teacher gives three minutes for the pupils to
think of their own riddle.
Next, teacher calls for volunteers to read aloud
their riddles to the front and asks the others to
guess the answer.
Teacher plays nursery rhyme old McDonald.
Teacher guides pupils to sing.
Pupils sing the rhyme in groups.
Teacher asks pupils to perform in front of the
class.
Guide pupils to add animals mentioned in the
story four friends into the rhyme.

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Impact/ Reflection

Lesson Plan Template

appropriate challenge for


all learners
opportunities to learn
collaboratively

Plenary

Pupils and teacher sing aloud the song together


with correct pronunciation and intonation.
Teacher corrects any mistake immediately.
Pupils sing in group of three.

Looking Back: review and


assessment of learning
Looking Forward: identify
next steps for learning
An activity to provide closure.

Students to follow-up:

Remedial:

Teacher monitors pupils progress in completing


the task given to them.
Teacher plays some quiz with the pupils.
Teacher gives reward to the group who
cooperate and follow the teachers instruction
throughout the learning process.

Reinforcement:

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Enrichment: