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Lesson Plan School Subject Class Date Time Enrolment Level of proficiency Text Topic Focal Skills: : SMK

Bukit Tumbuh, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu : Literature in English Language : Form 3B : 30 January 2012 : 7.30 am 8.10 am :40 s : Advance : Poem Leisure by William Henry Davies : Literary Devices : Speaking 3.0 Exchanging ideas and giving opinions on topics of interest by constructing a simple poem. Writing 3.2 Composing, revising and editing poems by checking the accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar. Speaking 3.2 Taking part in conversations and discussions by creating a poem which uses literary devices. 3.2 Reciting poems aloud and clearly by stressing the important phrases. Previous knowledge: Students have learnt 1. Literary devices such as alliteration and metaphor. 2. Construct poems that rhyme. Learning outcomes: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to 1. Identify poetic devices in the poem. 2. Create a four-line poem using literary devices such as repetition, alliteration, simile, metaphor and symbol and personification. 3. Recite their poems to class with correct pronunciation and intonation.

Curriculum specification: 1.0 Language for interpersonal use 1.1 Make friends and keeping friendships by: a. Taking part in conversation and discussion b. Exchanging ideas, information and opinions on topic. 1.2 Take part in social interaction by a. Participating in conversations and discusions 2.0 Language for informational use 2.1 Obtain information for different purposes by: a. Reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media. 2.2 Process information by a. Skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas b. Extracting main ideas and supporting details. 2.3 Presenting information to different audience by a. Reading aloud written materials clearly and fluently. 3.0 Language Aesthetic use 3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary wor a. Understanding other s culture,traditions, customs and beliefs.

Stage/ Time Set Induction 5 minutes Whole class activity

Content

Teaching- learning Activities 1. Teacher writes a few sentences on the board. 2. Teacher encourages the students to gives their opinion on the sentences. 3. Students give their feedback. 4. Teacher informs the students that they are going to learn about the literary devices of the poem Leisure by William Henry Davies.

Notes Thinking skills: 1. Imagining 2. Brainstorming 3. Creative and critical Multiple intelligences: 1. Visual-spatial 2. Linguistic Moral Values: 1. Cooperation

My life is like a roller-coaster My life is so great Questions: 1. Between these two sentences, which one do you prefer in order to express yourself? 2. Which sentence is more appealing to you? 3. Why do you choose that sentences?

Instructional material: whiteboard/ blackboard.

Presentation 8 minutes Whole class activity

Input: 1. Types of poetic devices. - Repetition - Simile - Personificati on - Symbol 2. Examples of some other poetic devices.

1. Teacher informs the students that they are going to focus on today s poetic devices. 2. Teacher recaps on previous lesson. 3. Teacher then explains the poetic devices. 4. Teacher provides students with some examples of the poetic devices. 5. Teacher asks students to identify the poectic devices to make sure students have understood what they have learnt. 6. Students and teacher give their feedback.

Thinking skills: 1. Analyzing 2. Brainstorming Multiple Intelligences: 1. Visual-spatial 2. Linguistic Moral Values: 1. Cooperation Instructional material: PowerPoint slides (literary devices)

Teaching aid: 1. Powerpoint presentation.

Practice 15 minutes

The poem Leisure by William Henry Davies.

Group work Teaching aid: 1. Worksheet 1 (Appendix 1)

1. Teacher asks the students not to open their book. 2. Teacher will read the poem and the students need to listen to it carefully. 3. Teacher then asks the students to form a group of three and identify the literary devices that can be found in the poem. 4. Students can refer to the textbook and find their answer in the poem in the textbook. 5. Students attempt and complete the task. 6. Teacher asks the students to write their answers on the whiteboard. 7. Teacher discusses the answers with the students.

Thinking skills: 1. Analyzing 2. Creative and critical Multiple intelligence: 1. Visual-Spatial 2. Linguistic Moral Values: 1. Appreciating nature 2. Cherish time Instructional materials: Poem Leisure by William Henry Davies

Production 10 minutes Pair work activity

The poem Leisure by William Henry Davies Question: 1. With your pair, compose your own four lines poem using any poetic devices that you have learned. Teaching aid: 1. Worksheet 2

1. Teacher asks the students to pair up. 2. Teacher gives each pair a piece of paper. 3. Teacher informs the students that they are going to compose a four line poem using any poetic devices of their choice. 4. Teacher asks students to give appropriate titles for their poems. 5. Students attempt on the task. 6. Teacher asks each pair to recite their poems. 7. Teacher rewards the students by publishing their poems in the monthly English Club magazine.

Thinking skills: 1. Analyzing 2. Brainstorming 3. Creative and critical Multiple intelligence: 1. Linguistic Moral Values: 1. Love the nature. 2. Silence is golden. Instructional materials: 1. Blank paper for students to compose their poems.

Closure 2 minutes Whole class activity

Questions: 1. What we have learned today? 2. How do think it would feel if there are no poetic devices in a poem?

1. Teacher concludes the lesson for the day. 2. Teacher informs the students that they can learn compose artistic poems by using literary devices. 3. Teacher encourages students to write poems. 4. Teacher integrates the moral values of the poem Leisure .

Moral value: 1. Appreciating the beauty of poems. 2. Be confident in oneself

Worksheet 1 Fill in the blank with the correct answer and give example to the answer given.

Line(s) , stanza(s)

Sentence

Poetic device

Line 1, stanza 1 and line 1, stanza 7 Line 2, stanza 1 and line 2, stanza 7 line 2, stanza 2

Line 1, stanza 3

Line 2, stanza 4

Line 1, stanza 5

Line 1, stanza 5

Line 2, stanza 5

Stanza 6

Line 1 in stanza 2-6

Worksheet 2. With your pair, compose your own four lines poem using any poetic devices that you have learned. Give a suitable title to your poem. Example: Wonderful Life If I stand beneath the boughs, I can see the twinkling stars smiling on me, Feet in the streams as clear as crystal, Living my life with full of love.

_________________________ (Repetition) (personification) (Simile) ___________________________________(Metaphor)______________________________