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Subject Class No. of pupils Day/Date Time Theme Topic Focus English Language 4 Cyber 30 (13 boys, 17 girls) Monday / 24th February 2014 60 minutes (9.15 a.m. 10.15 a.m.) World of Stories Unit 8: Prince and the Thieves Listening and Speaking 1.1 Content Standard By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to pronounce words and speak confidently with the correct stress, rhythm and intonation. By the end of the 6 year primary schooling, pupils will be able to listen and respond appropriately in formal and informal situations for a variety of purposes.


1.1.4 Able to talk about related topics with guidance. Learning Standard 1.2.2 Able to listen to, follow and give instructions. By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: 1. Speak comprehensibly about the cover of the book for at least 3 sentences guided by the teacher. 2. Listen attentively and point to the correct pictures at least 8 out of 10 based on the descriptions read by the teacher. 1. 2. 3. Match the names of the characters with their correct characteristics orally at least 4 out of 5 by listening carefully to the descriptions given. Thinking skills (predicting, identifying, making association and connection) Multiple Intelligence (Visual-spatial intelligences) Do not insult people for the appearances Do not judge a book by its cover

Learning Outcomes

1. Educational Emphasis

Moral Values Teaching Aids Assessment

Stage/ Time

Content Seniman Bujang Lapok movie clip Suggested questions:

Teaching Activities 1. Teacher displays the movie clip to the pupils.

Learning Activities 1. Pupils enjoy watching the clip.

Notes Teaching aids: I. Laptop and a Projector

Set Induction (5 minutes) Who do you like the most? How the characters face looks like?

2. Teacher asks 2. Pupils choose a pupils which character based characters that on the clip they like the most in the clip. 3. Teacher asks how 3. Pupils respond to the face of the the teachers character looks question and by like. answering spontaneously.

The poster of the short story The Prince and the Thieves Suggested questions: What can you see in this picture? Presentation (10 minutes) What do you think the story is all about?

1. Teacher asks pupils about the poster.

1. Pupils talks freely based on the poster with the teachers guidance.

2. Teacher paste the pictures and the descriptions of facial features on the board. 3. Teacher read the 2. Pupils listen and descriptors. repeat after teacher.

Descriptors: i. Small eyes ii. Hooked nose iii. Big eyes iv. Missing teeth v. Pointed ears vi. Big eyes vii. Full lips viii. Scarred face ix. Thick moustache x. Thick eyebrow

4. Teacher read and asks pupils to point to the correct pictures based on the descriptors read by the teacher.

3. Pupils listen to the teacher carefully and point to the correct pictures.

Sample description: This man has long hair. He has buck teeth and big eyes. Practice Worksheet 1 (20 minutes)

1. In groups, teacher asks pupils to discuss and match the correct person with correct descriptions.

1. Pupils discuss and complete the worksheet given by the teacher.

2. Teacher
discusses the correct answers with the students.

2. Pupils exchange
their worksheet with other groups and mark the worksheet with the teacher guidance.

Face Drawing

Production (15 minutes)

1. In pairs, teacher asks pupils to draw a face based on their pairs description and the pairs need to change their role. 2. Teacher asks the pupils to present to the class and then paste it on the classs art board.

1. In pairs, pupils take turn in giving descriptions and drawing based on their friends descriptions. 2. Pupils present their drawing to the class by explaining the features of the faces that they draw and paste it on the board.

Drawing paper

Moral values Do not judge a book by its cover. Do not insult people for their appearances.

Closure (5 minutes)

1. The teacher sums up the lesson and gives moral values to the pupils. 2. Teacher explains exercise on page 75 in their text book and asks them to do it as homework.

1. Pupils listen and respond orally.

2. Pupils do their homework.