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Lesson Plan

Focus

Speaking

Date

8th of August 2016

Time

8.45-9.45 a.m. (60 minutes)

Class

4 Aristotle (Intermediate)

Theme
Topic

:
:

Content Standards :
pupils will be

World of Knowledge
Unit 11, Amazing Malaysia

1.2

By the end of the 6 year primary schooling,


able to communicate with peers and adults

confidently and
appropriately in formal and informal situations
for a variety
of purposes.
Learning Standards :
1.2.1 By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
participate in
daily conversations:
a. Extend invitation.
b. Accept an invitation.
c. Decline invitation.
Behavioural objectives

By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:

1. Construct sentences orally to extend, accept or


decline at least 4 out of 5 invitations correctly.
2. Answer at least 4 out 5 situations in the postcards
in written form.
Cross-curricular
:
Information and
emphasis
Multiple Intelligences (visual

Thinking skills (applying, analysing, evaluation),


Communication Technology skills (ICT),
spatial, verbal linguistic, interpersonal,

Musical Rhythmic),
constructivism, mastery learning.
Moral Values

Teaching aids
templates, Postcards,

We have to be polite when we speak.


:

Video on how to invite, Sentence structure

Paper cup phones, envelope of postcard, Jazz chant


template, Minus
one of Are you sleeping rhyme
Previous knowledge
thank, asking for help,

Students know how to greet, ask for apology,

offer help and respond to someone asking for help.

Students also
know the components and the usage of i-Think maps.
Vocabulary

:
Polite, extend, accept, decline, invite, invitation,
reason, located,
lake, receive, please.

Sentence Pattern

Request
:
Reply
love to
Simple sentences

I would like to invite you to


:
Thank you, I would
:

Thats a great place.

Stage/Time

Content

Teacher/Pupils Activity

Set
Induction
(+/- 3 min)

Situation:
I having an open
house tonight, who
would like to come to
my house?

1. Teacher introduces
people to the situation.
2. Teacher identifies the
pupils who would like to
join her for the open
house.
3. Teacher explains that
she has extended an
invitation while some
has accepted and
decline the invitation.
4. Teacher asks students
to brainstorm on what is
invitation using an iThink map in the
whiteboard.
1. Teacher shows a
video on how to extend,
accept and decline an
invitation.
2. Teacher pauses the
video after every
situation to explain the
purpose of extending,
accepting, declining
invitations with
politeness in speech.
3. Teacher introduces to
sentence structures to
extend and accept
invitations.
4. Teacher tries to relate
the concept of
extending and accepting
invitations by giving

Brainstorming:
What is an invitation?
When do you invite
people?
Why do you invite
people?

Prespeaking
(+/- 15
min)

Watch it!
Video
Say it!
Extend, accept,
invite, decline,
reason, polite, please
Sentence structure:
Extend: Would you
like to visit Penang
Island this weekend?
Accept: Yes, I would
love to. Thank you for
inviting me.
Decline: Sorry, I have

Remarks
MI- Verbal
linguistic
Thinking skills
(i-Think- Circle
map)
Whole Class
activity

MI- Verbal
linguistics,
Visual Spatial
Thinking skillsApplying,
analysing
MaterialsVideo
Information
Communicatio
n and
Technology
skills Powtoon
Whole class

Whilespeaking
(+/- 25
min)

an event. Thank you


for inviting me.

other examples that are


closer to pupils
environment.
Say it!
5. Pupils are given
situations to extend,
accept and decline
invitations in daily basis.
6. Teacher tells people
to focus as they have to
identify which dialogue
is accepting/declining
invitation respectively.
7. Teacher asks pupils to
identify and say after
her on how to extend,
accept and decline
invitations politely.

activity

Practice it by role
playing!

1. Teacher randomly
divides pupils into 3-4
groups.
2. Every groups are
provided with postcards
of tourism spots in
Malaysia.
3. Teacher gives variety
of situations attached
with post cards for the
groups to act out.
Practice it!
4. Teacher tells pupil to
practice extending,
accepting and declining
the invitation within
their group.
5. Teacher calls all the
groups to act out.
6. Pupils take turn to
extend, accept and
decline the invitations.
7. Pupil uses the paper
cup phones to assume
its a phone
conversation.
8. Other pupils listens to
the conversation
carefully and identifies
the situation is
accepting or declining

MI- Visual
Spatial,
Interpersonal

Situation:
Please extend, accept
or decline the
invitation politely.
1. Skywalk
2. Hiking
3. Jungle trekking
4. City tour
5. Beach party
6. Island hopping
7. Food hunting
8. Sailing
9. Historical tour

Constructivism
MaterialsPostcards,
Paper cup
phones

Group activity

the invitation.

PostSpeaking
(+/- 15
min)

Closure
(+/- 2min)

Write a post card!

Jazz Chant:
Refer to the appendix.
Follow the tune of
Are you sleeping

Write It!
1. Teacher provides
every pupil with an
envelope of post card.
2. Teacher assigns every
student to answer the
invitation written in the
post card according to
the envelop colours.
3. Teacher facilitates the
students during the
task.
Lets Reflect.
1. Teacher asks for
feedbacks from the
students about the
activity.
Lets Chant!
3. Teacher tells how to
chant a jazz chant.
4. Pupils chant along.

Thinking skillsEvaluation
MaterialsEnvelope of
postcard
Mastery
learning.
Individual
activity.
MI- Musical
Rhythmic
Materials- Jazz
Chant
template,
Minus one of
Are you
Sleeping
Whole class
activity x

Appendix: Jazz Chant Lyrics

Would you like to,


Would you like to,
Come over?
Come over?
Yes, I would love to,

Yes, I would love to,


Thank-kee you!
Thank-kee you!

Would you like to,


Would you like to,
Come over?
Come over?
No, I cant go,
No, I cant go,
Thank-kee you!
Thank-kee you!