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Lesson plan

Class: 2 Arif
Enrolment: 36 pupils
Level of proficiency: High-Intermediate
Time: 10.25 a.m. 11.25 a.m. (60 minutes)
Date: 12th August 2016
Day: Monday
Theme: World of Knowledge
Topic: Unit 15 Save the sea creatures
Module: 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 song.

Learning Standard
4.1.2 Able to enjoy action songs,
jazz chants and poems
through nonverbal response.

4.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils


will be able to
plan, organize and produce creative works for
enjoyment

4..3.1 Able to produce simple


creative works with guidance
based on
(b) jazz chants

Behavioural objectives:
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1) recite the jazz chant with the correct rhythm, pronunciation and intonation with guidance
correctly
2) substitute the name of the sea creatures in the jazz chant with other sea
creature with guidance correctly.
3) create a new jazz chant with guidance correctly.

Educational Emphasis:
Multiple intelligences
Moral value
Thinking Skills

Kinesthetic (able to make actions based on the words given)


Preserve the sea creatures
Able to associate the jazz chant with their daily life creatively.

Instructional materials: Display sheet, jazz chant, colouring poster


Previous knowledge: Pupils have learnt about sea creatures in previous lesson.
Anticipated problem: Some pupils may not know how to create jazz chant before.
Possible solution: Teacher shows a sample of jazz chant to aid in their understanding.

Stage/
Time
Set Induction

Content
Riddles:

Teaching and Learning


Activity
1. Teacher plays riddles

Rationale
To attract pupils

Remarks
-

Riddles

5 mins

1. What creature
has many legs?
2. What creature
has a hard shell?

about the sea


creatures.
2. Pupils answer the
riddles.
3. Teacher introduces
the topic of the day.

Presentation

Recite jazz chant

15 mins

1. Teacher pastes up the


jazz chant on the
whiteboard.
2. Teacher reads the
jazz chant first

interest towards
the lesson.
To activate
pupils
schemata.
To aid in pupils

Display sheet

understanding of
the words.
To drill pupils on
pronunciation

followed by the pupils.


3. Teacher explains the
meaning of the
unfamiliar vocabulary.
4. Pupils recite the jazz
Practice

Substitute the

18 mins

name of sea
creatures
Tasksheet

chant by their own.


1. Teacher divides
pupils into group.
2. Each group will get
a gap filling
worksheet.
3. The pupils, in group
will have to
substitute the name
of the sea
creatures in the
jazz chant
4. Teacher discusses
the answer with the
pupils.
5. By group, pupils
read their own
jazz chant.

To provide
ample practice

To provide
scaffolding and
guidance and to
prepare pupils
for the next

Production

Colouring poster

1. Teacher distribute

activity
To provide an

17 mins

Create own jazz

each pupils a

opportunity for

chant

colouring poster.
2. Pupils need to colour

pupils to
experiment and

Colouring
poster

and
3. decorate the poster.
4. They then write their

apply what they


have learnt

own jazz chant behind


the poster.
5. Two pupils are
selected to present

To show
appreciation to
pupils work

their answer in front.


6. Pupils give feedback
followed by the
Closure
5 mins

teacher.
1. Teacher elicits responses
from pupils about the jazz
chant.
2. Teacher emphasises the
moral value.

To instill moral
value.