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Subject: English

Year: 2 Sapphire (mixed ability)

No. of pupils: 19/19

Date/Day: 28 August 013 / Wednesday

Time: 8.10a.m. to 9.10a.m.

Theme: World of Knowledge

Topic: On the farm

Focused Skill: Reading

Content standards: Learning Standards

2.2 By the end of the 6-year primary 2.2.3


schooling, pupils will be able to Able to read and understand simple
demonstrate understanding of a variety of sentences in linear and non-linear texts.
linear and non-linear texts in the form of
print and non-print materials using a
range of strategies to construct meaning.

2.3 By the end of the 6-year primary 2.3.1


schooling, pupils will be able to read Able to read simple texts with guidance:
independently for information and (a) fiction
enjoyment.

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

1. Read and spell the names of young animals based on the pictures.

2. Read the poem with correct pronunciation and intonation.

3. Fill the name of young animals in the blanks correctly based on the pictures
given.

Language Content:

Nouns: Animals and their young

cow-calf, deer-fawn, goat-kid, chicken-chick, goose-gosling, cat-kitten, horse-foal, duck-


duckling.

Educational Emphasis : Contextual learning

Moral values :Caring for animals

Thinking skills : memorising and making association with the


knowledge learnt with the worksheet given.

Multiple Intelligences :Linguistic,Visual

Resources/Teaching Aids :MSPowerPoint slides and worksheets.

Stage/Time Content Teaching-Learning Remarks


Activity
1. Teacher Preparation Phase
Set Sound clip of different conducts a ‘Guess It (Setting the tone of
Induction animals found on the farm. Right’ game by using lesson)
( 5 minutes) E.g. power point 1. To gain
1. hen presentation. students’ interest.
2. cow 2. Teacher plays 2. To elicit pupils’
the sound of different prior knowledge.
3. horse
animals found on the 3. To introduce the
4. goat
farm. topic of the lesson.
5. duck 3. Pupils have to 4. to ensure pupils
6. goose guess the correct names getting the sense od
of the animals and type expectation by telling
them in the blanks them what they are
provided. supposed to produce at
4. Teacher informs the end of the lesson.
pupils that they are going
to learn some names of
the baby animals. Then, Teaching aids:
read a poem and do a - Power
worksheet. presentation
- poem
- worksheet
Presentation List of words 1. Teacher shows Imagination Phase
(10 minutes) (adults-young): a powerpoint
1. cow-calf presentation of animals 1. To enhance pupils’
2. deer-fawn and their young. spelling skill.
3. goat-kid 2. Pupils write / 2. To expose pupils to
4. chicken-chick type the names of the ICT.
5. goose-gosling animals and their young 3. To engage pupils in
6. cat-kitten in the blanks provided. the learning process.
3. pupils read and 4. To add in the fun
7. horse-foal
spell those names of elements and attract
8. duck-duckling
those animals and their pupils’ attention.
young.

Assessment of
learning objective 1

Teaching aids:
MS PowerPoint slides
Worksheets

Practice Poem: 1. Teacher introduces Development Phase


( 25 minutes) Oh baby, baby, you so the poem by flashing it (Guided practice)
young, you so tame, through power point. .
Oh baby, baby, so what’s 2. Teacher distributes 1.To ensure
your name? task sheets with blanks pupils know how
to every pupil. to read later on.
Baby cow is a calf, 3. Pupils fill in the blanks 2. To make sure
Baby deer is a fawn, by using the words they pupils paying
Baby goat is a kid, learnt during the attention in the
They go moo, hi and presentation stage. lesson.
meh~~~ 4. Teacher checks the 3. To make lesson
answer with pupils. interesting and
Baby hen is a chick, 5. Teacher reads the text enable pupils to
Baby goose is a gosling, with correct engage actively
Baby cat is a kitten, pronunciation and 4. To enable
They go chip, app, intonation follow by the pupils to practise
meow~~~ pupils. reading.
6. Pupils recite the poem
Baby horse is a foal, by themselves with
baby duck is a duckling, correct pronunciation
They go neigh, quack and intonation.
quack..

Oh, baby, baby, so young


and so tame.
Oh, baby, baby, be proud
of your name!
Assessment of
learning objective 2

Teaching aids:
Poem
Task sheet

Production Action Phase


(15 minutes) Workbook: 1. Teacher (Independent practice)
pg 70 distributes
workbooks to 1. To practise the
the pupils. knowledge learnt.
2. According to the To evaluate if pupils
pictures given, understand the
pupils will knowledge learnt
identify the
Assessment of
young animals.
learning objective 3
3. Pupils write
down the
Teaching aids:
answers in the
Workbook
column
provided.
4. Teacher
discusses the
answer with
pupils.
Closure Moral values: Closure phase
(5 minutes) 1. We should take (Summary and
care of animals 1. Pupils recite the reinforcement)
2. We should love poem again.
and be kind to 2. Teacher instills 1. To reinforce the
every God’s moral values. knowledge learnt.
creation. Our 3. Pupils click the 2. To engage pupils in
parents, our link attaches in the the lesson in a fun way.
friends and even powerpoint slide and
animals.
play an interactive game.

Reflection: