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Part 2: Justification of Selected Songs & Poetry

Song 2
Doe, a deer, a female deer
Ray, a drop of golden sun
Me, a name I call myself
Far, a long, long way to run
Sew, a needle pulling thread
La, a note to follow Sew
Tea, a drink with jam and bread
That will bring us back to Do (oh-oh-oh)
genre of song- pop



Female deer, sun, needle, thread, jam and bread are exist with our Malaysian

So the student should be able to recognize and learn this words easily


The song contain easy vocabularies such as deer, me, sew, far, sun, thread and

The song contain many useful noun for pupils to learn




8-10 years old

For learning phoneme sound, For example; Do /o/, re /ae/, mi /I/, fa /^/, so /o/

New vocabularies such as thread, needles, sew


The songs video, powerpoint of the lyrics. Pictures of the nouns in the song



as the activities such as reader theatre may seem hard for low profieciency
student to cope with

high-proficiency student can be bored by the easy to tackle vocabularies.

purpose with reference to the primary English language curriculum;

intra and inter personal development

Inter-personal development through group collaboration in pair

Interpersonal skills are develop when the students interact in pair. They will suggestion
and guidance to each other.

For example, through pair Reader Theather; one person will hold the card of the sound
( Tea ) then the other one will act out the following sentence of lyrics ( acting spreading
the jam on the bread)


Such skill are develop when pupils are able to satisfy their own need

Through activities such as singing they will feel relax and enjoy the song.

Motivates them to learn.

linguistic development

pupils are introduce to new vocabularies such as thread, needles, sew

pupils are also introduce to new verb such as drop, run pulling, follow, call, bring

aesthetic development

pupil can appreciate arts through the lyrics and the action with the song and the
meaning of the song

for example, colouring the pictures of the noun in the song based on their own

cultural considerations

the song touches on common things that are common here in our country, like
the sun, deer, jam and bread, needle and thread.

language learning potentials

As children sing the nursery rhyme, they develop phonemic awareness or the
ability to detect the individual sounds that make up words, a crucial first step in
learning to read.

For example; Do /o/, re /ae/, mi /I/, fa /^/, so /o/

moral values

through the activities devised from this song, pupils can learn moral values

such as cooperation

they work in pair in the reader theatre activities

listen to instruction

pupils listen to teacher instruction and do the work sheets and activities