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Name of Teacher(s): Alia, Indrani, Nur Atiyah, Siti Maisarah

Form
Duration
Grammar Item(s)
1
10.5
ADJECTIVES, SVA, WHDomain(s)

Themes

Topic

Public

Science and Technology Inventions

EXPECTATIONS

(questions/statements to be answered while and afte

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:


1. identify the inventions and inventors
2. talk about the advantages of the inventions
3. ask and answer questions
4. write an email with at least 50 words
5. compare and contrast the older and latest inventions
6. talk about the features of the inventions
TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES
Inquiry-Based Learning
Pupils-Centredness
Collaborative Learning
Cross-Curricular Elements
Science and Technology
Creativity and Innovation

Maisarah
Item(s)
VES, SVA, WH-QUESTIONS

EXPECTATIONS

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1.1 Listening and Speaking


Content Standard(s):
1.2
Listen, engage and interpret meaningful conversations

1.3
Listen and respond critically to a wide range of spoken, audio and visual texts.

Learning Standard(s):
1.3.1 listen to spoken, audio and visual texts to: (i) retrieve main ideas

1.3.2 listen and respond to spoken, audio and visual texts to: (iv) identify and organise

Activity(ies):
1. Teacher gives an exposure about inventions.
2. Students are divided into a few groups and topics are given for them to discuss.
3. Others record down important points delivered by the presenting group.
4. Wh-Questions will be asked to the audience to evaluate the knowledge they have obtained (by
5. Explain the facts about the inventions.
6. Videos will be played to enhance their understanding.
7. Opinions and point of views on inventions are given during class discussion.
Formative Assessment:
1. Questions and answers
2. Quizzes
3. Green & Red cards

Resources:
1. Internet
2. Books

Reflection:

audio and visual texts.

ve main ideas

s to: (iv) identify and organise

given for them to discuss.


presenting group.
te the knowledge they have obtained (by the presenting group).

uring class discussion.

Duration:1 hour 10 mins

uration:1 hour 10 mins

3.1 Writing
Content Standard(s):
3.1 Apply appropriate writing skills and strategies effectively.
3.2 Produce a variety of texts for creative, personal, academic and functional purposes.

Learning Standard(s):

3.1.1 write simple sentences correctly.

3.1.3 apply pre-writing strategies: (i) brainstorming (mind-maps, bubble maps, etc)
3.2.1 write for academic and functional purposes: (i) email / messages

Activity(ies):
1. Outline will be given for the students to write the main points
2. Identify the main points from the passage given. (Television)
3. Construct simple sentences (Television) by using sequence connectors
4. Give relevant information about a specific invention and its inventor to your friend (eg: any inv
5. Write a short email with the details to your friend

Formative Assessment:
1. Write up of an email
2. Handouts (notes)

Resources:
1. Notes
2. Samples given by teacher
Reflection:

vely.

demic and functional purposes.

d-maps, bubble maps, etc)

ail / messages

n points
vision)
uence connectors
nd its inventor to your friend (eg: any inventions)

Duration: 1 hour and 45

uration: 1 hour and 45 mins

2.1 Reading
Content Standard(s):
2.4
Read independently and extensively to explore and expand ideas for personal development.
2.3
Analyse and evaluate various texts.

Learning Standard(s):

2.2.3 analyse and infer information by: (ii) finding meaning of unfamiliar words
2.4.1 read a variety of texts from various media to obtain information to solve simple problems.
Activity(ies):
1. Provide a passage on Inventions and Inventors.
2. Pre-reading: Students go through the text themselves
3. Read-aloud
4. Use dictionary to look for the meanings of unfamiliar words
5. Information Transfer (Exercises)

Formative Assessment: 1. Comprehension questions


Resources:
1. Book
2. Worksheets

Reflection:

Duration: 1 hour 10 mins

and ideas for personal development.

ng of unfamiliar words
information to solve simple problems.

words

uration: 1 hour 10 mins

4.1 Grammar
Content Standard(s):
4.1 Identify and use language structures appropriately according to context.
4.2 Apply grammatical rules at word, phrase and sentence levels correctly and meaningfully.
Learning Standard(s):

4.1.7 identify and use tenses appropriately according to context (i) simple present tense

4.1.7 identify and use tenses appropriately according to context (ii) simple past tense

Activity(ies):
1. Give a list of words related to Inventions (Present & Past Tense forms)
2. Usage of dictionary is required to find the meanings of unfamiliar words
3. Exercises on Simple Present Tense and Simple Past Tense are given to evaluate the students'
4. Discussion on the exercises given

Formative Assessment:
1. Worksheets
2. A compiled list of Tenses
Resources:
1. Books
2. Dictionaries
Reflection:

ccording to context.

ce levels correctly and meaningfully.

context (i) simple present tense

context (ii) simple past tense

ast Tense forms)


f unfamiliar words
ense are given to evaluate the students' understanding

Duration: 1 hour and10 mi

uration: 1 hour and10 mins

Action-Oriented Task(s)
Content Standard(s):

1.4
Speak intelligibly, eloquently and appropriately for different purposes, audiences, contexts and c

2.1
Demonstrate understanding of a variety of texts using a range of strategies to construct meanin
2.3
Analyse and evaluate various texts.
Learning Standard(s):
1.1.2 speak with correct intonation, stress and sentence rhythm.

3.1.4 select relevant information and elaborate/extend/explain ideas using appropriate cohesive

4.1.11 identify and use question forms appropriately according to context (i) positive and negativ

Activity(ies):
1. Comparison between old and modern inventions (shapes and sizes):
i) Telephone & Smartphone
ii) Cars
iii) Computer & Laptop
2. Play the videos of their chosen Invention and discuss
3. Oral presentations of their chosen Invention
4. Students are required to record down important points (questions to be asked later to the pre
4. Quiz among the students on selected inventions (WH Questions are used)

Formative Assessment:
1. Quiz
2. Question & Answer session
Resources:
1. Internet
2. Books
Reflection:

Duration: 1 hour 40 min

ent purposes, audiences, contexts and cultures.

range of strategies to construct meaning.

rhythm.

xplain ideas using appropriate cohesive devices.

ording to context (i) positive and negative questions / statements

pes and sizes):

s (questions to be asked later to the presenting groups)


Questions are used)

uration: 1 hour 40 mins

5.1 Literature in Action


Content Standard(s):

5.1 Engage and respond to a variety of literary texts to express understanding of the broader wo

5.2 Use a wide range of literary texts to convey views for different purposes and audiences, and
Learning Standard(s):
5.1.1 listen and respond orally to various literary works.
5.2.4 share personal responses to literary works through performances.

Activity(ies):
1. Introduce the title and the author of the short story (Fair's Fair).
2. Read the short story in the class.
3. Write the synopsis of the literature.
4. Story in graphic (pictures will be printed out on the worksheet, the students have to describe
5. Discuss the characters and their characteristics.
6. Four groups will be formed.
7. Puzzle pieces of the characters (pictures) will be provided for each group.
8. Once the puzzles have been solved,students will match the puzzles with the characters' name
9.Provide handouts to the students on the characteristics and supporting details of the characte
10. Discuss the themes, moral values and other literary devices.
11. Role-Play (chapter by chapter).

Formative Assessment:
1. Handouts
2. Role-Play
Resources:
1. Text book
2. Internet
Reflection:

xpress understanding of the broader world of ideas and concepts.

r different purposes and audiences, and relate them to real life situations.

h performances.

air's Fair).

orksheet, the students have to describe it).

ided for each group.


h the puzzles with the characters' names on the whiteboard.
s and supporting details of the characters in the short story.
devices.

Duration: 1 hour 10 minute

uration: 1 hour 10 minutes