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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LESSON PLAN TEACHER’S NAME: TAN HUI XIN

WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT


1.30-2.30pm
10 Monday 05/03/2018 2J English Language
60 Minutes
Unit 5: Free Time
THEME World of Self, family and friends TOPIC
CONTENT STANDARD 3.2 Understand a variety of linear and non-linear print and digital texts by using appropriate
reading strategies
COMPLEMENTARY CS 4.2 Communicate basic information intelligibly for a range of purposes in print and digital
LEARNING STANDARD 3.2.2 Understand specific information and details of simple sentences
COMPLEMENTARY LS 4.2.3 Write short familiar instructions
LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to read a series of instructions. (M)
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to read the instructions given. (L)
COMPLEMENTARY LO By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to write instructions and put them in order. (M)
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to read a series of simple instructions with
guidance. (L)
SUCCESS CRITERIA Pupils will be successful if they can ask and prompt short answers
CROSS-CURRICULAR Knowledge acquisition and multiple FOCUSED SKILL Reading
ELEMENTS intelligences
PRE 1. Teacher play the recording and act out the story to the class.
LESSON 2. Pupils look at the pictures in textbook (pg68) and try to sequence the series of instructions.
ACTIVITIES

LESSON 3. Pupils compare their ideas in pairs.


DEV. 4. Pupils read the instructions in order and sequence the pictures.
5. Pupils check their answer and write the instructions in order. (M)
POST
6. Pupils read the instructions and sequence the picture with guidance. (L)
LESSON
7. Reading screening. (L)
REFLECTION / 24 pupils were able to achieve the objective. (M)
/ 7 pupils were able to achieve the objective. (L)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LESSON PLAN TEACHER’S NAME: TAN HUI XIN


WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT
4.50-5.50pm
10 Wednesday 07/03/2018 2J English Language
60 Minutes
World of Self, family and Unit 5: Free Time
THEME TOPIC
friends
CONTENT STANDARD 5.3 Express an imaginative response to literary texts
COMPLEMENTARY CS 2.2 Use appropriate communication strategies
LEARNING STANDARD 5.3.1 Respond imaginatively and intelligibly through creating simple short chants of raps Other
imaginative responses as appropriate
COMPLEMENTARY LS 2.2.2 Ask for attention of help from a teacher of a classmate by using suitable statements and
questions
LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to report and reflect on survey results in pairs. (M)
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to read the results of the survey with guidance. (L)
COMPLEMENTARY LO By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to ask and answer correctly. (M)
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to prompt ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ to the questions given. (L)
SUCCESS CRITERIA Pupils will be successful if they can create a poll and talk about a survey poster
CROSS-CURRICULAR Knowledge acquisition and multiple FOCUSED SKILL Language Arts
ELEMENTS intelligences
1. Teacher write the days of the week in scrambled letter order on the board and asks students to
PRE
write in correct order.
LESSON
2. Pupils elicit what free time activities they do each day.
ACTIVITIES

3. Pupils design their poster in groups and make a survey on what children do in free time.
LESSON
4. Pupils take turns to show and brief about the report of their survey. (M)
DEV.
5. Pupils take turn to read aloud what they have written on the poster. (L)
POST 6. Pupils express their favourite song, chant or game from the unit and perform in groups.
LESSON 7. Reading screening.
REFLECTION / 24 pupils were able to achieve the objective. (M)
/ 7 pupils were able to achieve the objective. (L)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LESSON PLAN TEACHER’S NAME: TAN HUI XIN


WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT
5.20-5.50pm
10 Friday 09/03/2018 2J English Language
30 Minutes
Unit 6: The Old House
THEME World of Stories TOPIC
CONTENT STANDARD 1.2 Understand meaning in a variety of familiar contexts
COMPLEMENTARY CS 4.3 Communicate with appropriate language form and style for a range of purposes in print and
digital media
LEARNING STANDARD 1.2.2 Understand with support specific information and details of simple sentences.
COMPLEMENTARY LS 4.3.2 Spell a narrow range of familiar high frequency words accurately in guided writing
LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to name the parts of house. (M)
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to read the parts of house. (L)
COMPLEMENTARY LO By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to ask and answer correctly (M)
By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to prompt ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ to the questions given (L)
SUCCESS CRITERIA Pupils will be successful if they can talk about the parts of their houses or flats.
CROSS-CURRICULAR Language FOCUSED SKILL Listening
ELEMENTS
PRE 1. Pupils observe the pictures and talk about the parts of houses.
LESSON 2. Teacher draws an outline of a house and asks pupils to elicit rooms that they know.
ACTIVITIES

3. Teacher asks pupils to read flashcard and then recite the chant.
LESSON
4. While reciting the chant, pupils are required to point at the places on board in turn.
DEV.
5. Teacher plays the recording and pupils do the chant in groups.
POST 6. In groups, pupils take turn to guess the places in sentences, e.g Is it the bedroom?
LESSON 7. Reading screening.
REFLECTION / 24 pupils were able to achieve the objective. (M)
/ 7 pupils were able to achieve the objective. (L)