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Grade SUBJECT AREA: nouns GRADE LEVEL: average proficiency APPROXIMATE TIME: 1 hour( lesson done in a computer lab) Intended learning outcomes:

and approximate time Lesson Objectives

What is the purpose of 4.5 Construct simple and compound sentences with guidance this learning experience? and independently. Curriculum Specifications:

What will students know 4.4.1 Construct simple sentences independently (three to five and be able to do as a words) by looking at a picture. result of this lesson? At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: 1. Choose the correct answer for the blanks with the correct noun. 2. Construct 4 simple sentences by looking at the pictures.

Materials

A storybook, flash cards, Who stole the cookies, a power-point task and task sheet.

(e.g handouts / videos, Computer, slide projector, story from toondo.com ICT tools etc)

Before/ ENGAGE: Teacher helps students become interested and engaged in the lesson Teacher gets students

1. Teacher shows a storybook to pupils 2. Teacher asks pupils about storybooks that they read.

- a book with cartoon can trigger students interest.

3. Teacher guides the pupils to give comments about storybooks - To get pupils to use English that they had read. 4. Teacher uses flash cards that have noun words. language. -to encourage pupils to speak in English. -To lower students affective filter. To attract the pupils

mentally prepared to work ( Bear is big, Cat is cute, Puppy is small and Mouse is small too) on the problem and helps them think about the prior knowledge they have that will be the most helpful Teacher clarifies expectations and makes sure that students 5. Then, teacher shows examples that use those nouns. 6. Teacher drills pupils to read the sentences several times. 7. Teacher gets pupils attention to the slide projector.

8. Teacher tells the class the title of the story. The teacher read a story from Toodo.com.

attention by using ICT tool.

- To elicit their oral responses.

understand the problem - To lead the pupils for next activity.

During/EXPLORE: Teacher lets go

1. Teacher asks pupils to open a powerpoint task on their computer. - To test whether the children attention in the

Teacher gives students 2. Teacher reads the instruction loudly to the whole class and pay a chance to work without explained the powerpoint task. 3. Teacher goes around the class to provide guidance and

presentation stage

distraction. Asks appropriate guiding questions to challenge or scaffold the students thinking. May provide hints based on students ideas and ways of thinking. Students

support.

-To get children involve in an

4. During discussion, teacher chooses several students to read ICT activity. their answer in front of the class.

Example:Who stole the cookies from the cookies jar?

become I think __(1)__ stole the cookies from the cookie jar. Who,me?

engaged

in the process of scientific Yes, you. inquiry. Students try different ways problem and answer questions. Students record their ideas and current understanding. After/ELABORATE: 1. Teacher gives task sheet to each pupil. to solve Not me. Then who? the 1. A. cat B. bear C. puppy D. mouse

Teacher engages the 2. Teacher reads the instructions loudly and explains to the class pupils the correct way to complete the task. -To reinforce the sentence

in discussion to help students work together as a community of learners. Teacher listens actively without evaluation. Helps summarize main ideas.

3.

Teacher goes around the class to provide guidance and structures taught. -To skills. train students writing

support. 4. Teacher also checks on pupils handwriting and spelling. 5. Teacher discusses the moral values in the picture. 6. Teacher emphasizes on stealing is not a good behavior and pupils must never do it. - To inculcate some positive students view.

Teacher asks questions Example: (This is a cat, This is a bear, This is a mouse and This values/ humanistic attitude in to challenge thinking. Students share their findings and understandings and reflect on them with others. Students make connections between new and former experiences. Students use what they have learned to solve a new version of the task or answer questions. -To vanish the tension after performing the activities. is a puppy)