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LESSON PLAN

Class

: Year 4

Proficiency Level

: Intermediate

Focus

: Grammar

Theme

: World of Knowledge

Topic

: Insects Investigators

Time

: 60 minutes

Vocabulary list

: comparative, superlative

Content Standard

: 5.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling,


pupils will be able to use different word classes correctly and
appropriately.

Learning Standard
.

: 5.1.6 Able to use adjectives correctly and appropriately :


(a) comparative
(b) superlative

Learning Objectives

: 1. To learn how the adjectives work.


2. To be able to list and identify the adjectives.
3. Discussing questions and knowledge involving insects.
4. Recall of what was thought in class

Teaching Materials

: pictures, manilla cards, markers

Educational emphasis

: Identifying, Comparing

Moral Values

: Cooperation

STAGE /
DURATION
Stage 1

CONTENT / SKILL
Listening and
Speaking

TEACHER / STUDENT
ACTIVITIES
1. Teacher shows a series
of pictures of insect on the
board.

REMARKS /
RATIONAL / AVA
To arouse pupils interest to
the topic.

Set Induction
2. Pupils try to name the
insect shown on the board.
5 minutes
3. Pupils diffrentiate
between insects that can
fly and that cannot fly.
4. Teacher tell pupils how
many characteristics
insects have.
Pre-stage

Listening and
Speaking

15 minutes

1. Teacher will teach


pupils how to use
adjectives (comparative,
superlative)

To evaluate students
understanding on the topic.

2. Teacher will show an


example on how to use
adjectives (comparative,
superlative).

Examples of question:
a) Caterpillar is ___
(small) than butterfly.
b) Centipede is ___
(dangerous) than
millipede.
c) Honey bee is ___
(beautiful) than beetle but,
butterfly is ___ (beautiful)
than both of them.
While-stage

20 minutes

Listening and
Speaking / Writing

1. Teacher will divide the


students in 3 groups.
2. Teacher then will write
the adjectives
(comparative, superlative)
on a mahjong paper.

To be able to transfer
information with guidance
on articles.

3. There are 3 mahjong


paper will have pictures of
insect left and right side
of it.
4. In between the pictures
there will be adjectives.
5. Students need to write
down the correct
adjectives.
Post-stage

Reading / Writing

1. Teacher will give


students worksheet.

To assess pupils
understanding of what was
taught.

2. The worksheet is just


about adjectives
(comparative, superlative)
on what they learn.

15 minutes

3. Teacher will call out


random pupils to answer a
random question while
doing their worksheet.
4. Teacher will monitor
and guide pupils.
5. Teacher discusses the
answer with pupils.
Closure

Listening and
Speaking

1. Teacher asks the


students what did they
learn today?

5 minutes
2. Teacher asks students to
speak up some of the
adjectives (comparative,
superlative)
3. Teacher sums up the
lesson.

To enable recalling of what


was taught in class.

WORKSHEET

Fill in the blanks with the correct adjectives.

1. Butterfly is _______ (beautiful) than beetle.


2. The cricket I caught is _______ (big) than you.
3. Alis beetle is _______ (dark) than Sufi but, Lulus beetle is _______ (dark) than both

4.
5.
6.
7.

of them.
The butterfly that I caught is _______ (pretty) than yours.
My friend have an ant that is _______ (dangerous) than mine.
Your grasshopper can jump _______ (high) than my grasshopper.
The dragonfly that I have is _______ (fast) than yours.

MATERIALS

(MAHJONG PAPER)

(Pictures)

(Adjectives)

(Pictures)