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Subject

English Language

Day & Date

Sunday / 11th October 2015

Year

5 Kambar

Time
Focus

Listening and Speaking

Theme

World of Stories

Unit

12 : Stories to Learn From

Content Standard

1.2 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.

Learning Standards

1.2.1 Able to participate in daily conversations

Learning Outcome

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:


a) Arrange the story strips at least 7 out of 10 strips correctly in
groups.
b) Answer oral questions at least 3 out of 5 questions correctly
individually.

Educational Emphasis

Thinking Skills and Interpersonal skill

Moral Values

Attentive listening, Tolerance, Confidence and Responsible

Teaching Aids

Story strips, Story.

Step/ Time

Content

Set
induction
(3 minutes)

Wh Ques:
Can you
tell me a
story that
youve
read
before?

Activities
Teaching
1. Teacher
asks pupils
regarding
stories they
have read
before.
2. Teacher
asks the
moral values
learnt in the
story.

Learning
1. Pupils tell the
stories that
they have
read before.

Pre
Story
Listening
and
Speaking
One day, an old
(10 minutes) man took some
big mangoes to
a rich mans
house.

1. Teacher
reads the
story.
2. Teacher
explains the
vocabularies
in the story.
3. Teacher
explains the
story clearly.

1. Pupils listen
to teacher.

While
Group Work
Listening
and
Speaking
(10 minutes)

1. Teacher
arranges
pupils to sit
in 5 groups.
2. Teacher
asks the
pupils to
arrange the
story strips
in groups.
3. Teacher
asks the
pupils to
present their

1. Pupils sit with


their
respective
groups.
2. Pupils
arrange the
story strips in
groups.

Remarks
Educational
Emphasis
1. Contextual
Learning

2. Pupils tell the


moral values
learnt from
the stories.

2. Pupils listen
to the
vocabularies
explanation.
3. Pupils listen
to the
explanation.

3. Pupils
present their
group work.

Teaching aids
1. Story

Moral Value
1. Attentive
Listening

Teaching Aids
1. Story strips
Educational
Emphasis
1. Interpersonal
skills
2. Thinking Skill
Moral Values
1. Tolerance

group work.
Post
Listening
and
Speaking
(5 minutes)

Closure
(2 minutes)

Individual
Work

Wh Questions:

What is
the moral
value of
the story?

1. Teacher
asks oral
questions.
2. Teacher
asks pupils
to write
down the
answers.
3. Teacher
discusses
the answer
with the
pupils.
1. Teacher
sums up the
lesson by
asking few
questions.
2. Teacher
asks the
moral values
learnt.

1. Pupils listen
to the oral
questions.
2. Pupils write
down the
answers.

Educational
Emphasis
1. Thinking Skills

Moral Values
1. Confidence

3. Pupils give
the answer.

1. Pupils
answer the
questions
asked.
2. Pupils tell the
moral values
learnt.

Moral Value
1. Responsible