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SUBJECT

DATE
CLASS
TIME/DURATION
THEME
TOPIC
LEARNING STANDARD

English Language
24 November 2015
Year 4
0800 a.m-0900 a.m. (60 minutes)
World Of Stories
Unit 6: Tell Me A Story
2.2.3 Able to read and demonstrate understanding of
texts by:
(a) sequencing

FOCUSED SKILL
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE

with guidance.
Reading
Pupils learnt about the characteristics of the lion, rabbit
and deer in The Greedy Lion story.

INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS
PROFICIENCY LEVEL
LEARNING OUTCOMES

Pupils know what is verb.


- Puzzle The New Chief story
- Jumbled paragraphs of the text The New Chief
- Powerpoint
Average
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
i.

Read and understand the text by sequencing the


jumbled paragraphs of the text into correct
order.
ii.
Read and understand the text by answering
question correctly.
Humble, Helpful

VALUES
STAGE/TIME
SET
INDUCTION
(5 minutes)

1.
2.
3.

4.

TASKS/ TEACHING AND


LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Teacher introduces todays
lesson, The New Chief.
Teacher asks pupils to find a
partner.
With their own partner, pupils
will be given an envelope of
puzzle.
Teacher asks pupils to
complete the puzzle and
describe what they had seen
from the puzzle.

CLASSROOM TALK
T: Class, today we are going
to learn about another new
story, The New Chief.
T: Now, I want you to find a
partner.
T: Every pair will get an
envelope of puzzle. I want
you to complete the
puzzle.
T: What had you seen from

the puzzle?
P: It is a picture of a man
trying to move a rock using
a branch.
PRE- READING
(15 minutes)

1. Teacher introduces the


meaning of noun.
2. Teacher shows pictures slide
show.
3. Teacher asks pupils to name
the item.
4. Teacher repeats step 1 and 2
for the following words.
5. Teacher shows slide shows of
sentences and leads pupils to
read the sentence.
6. Teacher asks pupils to paste
the words given to the
pictures shown in sentence.
7. Teacher discusses the answers
and asks pupils to read all the
sentences.
Lexical sets: Noun
- Village, chief, warrior,
rock, road, tree, goat,
market, farm, branch

WHILEREADING
(20 minutes)

1. Teacher distributes envelopes


to each pairs of pupils again.
2. Teacher asks pupils to identify
and correct the misspelled
words found in the text The
New Chief.
3. Pupils take out the jumbled

T: Very good.
T: Today we are going to learn
about noun.
T: Noun is a content word to
describe a person, place,
thing, quality or action.
T: Can anyone give an example
of noun?
P: Table, school, mother
T: What is this item?
P: That is a tree.
T: Very good. How about this?
A man with a sword and
fights with enemy.
P: Soldier.
T: Good answer. Anyone want
to try again?
T: This is a warrior
T: Now follow teacher to read
the sentences shown in slide
show.
T: Okay, I want you to paste
the correct words to the
picture in sentence.
T: (After pupils paste
correctly)
T: Now, I am giving you all
another envelope with
jumbled paragraphs of
The New Chief.
T: Next, I need you all to
identify and correct the
misspelled words found in

POST-READING
(15 minutes)

CLOSURE
(5 minutes)

paragraphs from the envelope.


4. Teacher gets pupils to read
the jumbled paragraphs.
5. Teacher asks pupils to
rearrange the jumbled
paragraphs into correct order
and paste them on a poster
sheet.
6. Teacher leads pupils to read
the whole text The New
Chief which the paragraph
are arranged in order.

each paragraph.
T: Class, please read it and
arrange them into correct
order.
T: After you arranged, paste
it on a poster sheet.

1. Teacher asks pupils get into


group of 3 or 4.
2. Teacher distributes poster
sheets for each group.
3. Teacher uses power point to
show 5 questions.
What did the warriors do?
Classify the words given into
verbs and nouns.
What do you think the chief
said to Umat at the end of
the story?
Do you think the way of
choosing a new chief in the
story is suitable? Why?
If you are the old chief,
what would you do to choose
the new chief?
4. Teacher asks pupils to discuss
the answer in group and write
them on a poster sheet.
5. Teacher chooses pupils
randomly to present their
answers.
1. Teacher recollects the days
lesson.
2. Teacher asks pupils about the
moral of The New Chief

T: Class, get into group of 3


to 4 person.
T: Class, now discuss the
questions in group and
write your answers on the
poster sheet.
T: Okay, Group 3. Please send
a representative to
present your answer.
P: (present answer)
T: Very good. You are a brave
student.
T: Alright, next group is
Group 1.

T: What story did we read


today?
P: The New Chief.
T: Class, what is the moral of

story.

the story?
P: We must be helpful /
humble.
T: Very good. You had learnt
well from the story.

Reflection:
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Appendix 1: Picture of The New Chief

Appendix 2: Powerpoint Noun.pptx


Appendix 3: Jumbled paragraphs of The New Chief
Long ago in Sarawak, an old vilagre chief wanted to find
someone to be the new chief. He ordered his worrior to place a
big rock in the middle of a road. Then, he hid behind a three.

Many villagers were upset because they had to walk around


the big rcko. They grumbled loudly but they did not try to get the
rock out of the way.
A villager named Umat was going to the market to buy a
goot for his farm. When he saw the rock he stopped. I must move
this rock to the side of the road. Then, people can use the rdoa
easily, he said.
Umat found a very strong branch. He placed the barchn at
the bottom of the rock and used it to move the rock. After some
time, he succeeded in moving the rock to the side of the road.

Suddenly, he heard someone calling out to him. He looked


and saw the old cheif. The chief said,