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SUBJECT : English Language

DATE : 2/08/2018

TIME (MINUTES) : 11.20 a.m. – 12.20 a.m. (60 minutes)

CLASS : 4 Exora

NUMBER OF PUPILS : / 41 pupils

PUPILS LEVEL : Mixed Ability

THEME : World of Knowledge

UNIT / TOPIC : Unit 11: The Insect Investigators

FOCUSED SKILL : Listening and Speaking


Pupils will be able to understand and respond to oral texts in
a variety of context
Able to use prepositions correctly and appropriately:
(a) asking and answering questions.

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE : Pupils have learnt about adjectives and usage of questions.

LEARNING OUTCOMES : By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(a) Answer at least 5 descriptive questions.
(b) Construct and give at least 5 questions on the
description of an insect.
(c) Draw an insect with at least using 6 questions
TEACHING AIDS : PowerPoint slides, projector, mahjong paper

VOCABULARY : Head, thorax, wings, abdomen, compound eyes

EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES (EE) : Information and Communication Technology Skills (ICT),

Assessment, Constructivism
CCTS : Identifying characteristics, Application

HOM : Striving for accuracy, Apply past knowledge to new situations,
Remaining open to continuous learning
MORAL VALUES : Open minded and able to think logically, Independent,


SET INDUCTION Capture pupils’ - Teacher shows a video and a set Teaching aids:
(5 minutes) interest on the topic of pictures (a) PowerPoint slides
- Teacher plays a guessing game (b) Video:
Questions: with the pupils. The Insect world
1. Have you ever - Teacher probes pupils with Rationale:
seen an insect? questions. To engage pupils’
2. How small are focus towards topic
insects? of the day.
3. Do you realize
how innocent
these creatures

The insect world

PRESENTATION Present the 5W1H Teaching aids:

(15 minutes) - Teacher reads out the (a) PowerPoint slides
PowerPoint slides containing (b) Projector
pictures and the questions
- Teacher pauses at each question Rationale:
when being read and highlights To teach pupils the
the word to pupils on the slides. purpose of 5W1H to
- After reading, teacher asks pupils the whole class in
to say out the 5W1H obtaining correct
- Teacher explains the purpose of information
the question to the class to gain
information. CCTS:
- Teacher ensures every pupil Identifying
understand what has been taught characteristics
by asking them questions.
Moral Value:
Open minded and
able to think logically

FOCUSED Reinforce pupils - Teacher divides pupils into 6 Teaching aids:
PRACTICE understanding on groups. Pictures of insects
(15 minutes) the answering and - Teacher distributes a picture of
questioning. an insect to each group. Rationale:
- Pupils create questions to obtain To test pupils
Questions: descriptions of the insects. understanding
(a) Does the insect - Groups mix in with other groups through fun activities.
have wings? to compare their questions to find
(b) What colour is the similarities. Educational
insect? - Teacher provides feedback. Emphases:
(c) Where does this Assessment
insect lives?
Pictures of insects Striving for accuracy

Moral values:

PRODUCTION Get pupils to apply - Teacher divides pupils into 6 Teaching aids:
(20 minutes) knowledge in groups and distributes each (a) Mahjong paper
creating sentences. group a piece of mahjong paper. (b) Picture cards
- Teacher assigns a group to a
certain insect. Rationale:
- Each group are required to take To transfer pupils’
turns guessing the other group’s knowledge into new
insect by giving questions and learning situations.
drawing the insect’s description.
- Once all the groups are done CCTS:
taking turns guessing, pupils Application
have to present their questions
and drawing in front of the Educational
classroom. Emphases:
- Teacher provides feedback Constructivism
towards their activity.
- Teacher instills moral value of HOM:
“cooperation” in the pupils after Apply past
the activity. knowledge to new

Moral values:

- Teacher summarises the lesson Teaching aids:

CLOSURE Summarize the by asking pupils what they have
(5 minutes) lesson learnt. HOM:
Remaining open to
continuous learning.

What are the
importance of