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DAILY LESSON PLAN

Subject: Theme: World of Stories Class: 4 ( 13 pupils) Date : 03 August 2018


English Language Topic: Unit 9 Stories From Other Time: 8.45 - 9.45 Day: Friday
Lands
Learning Standard Code:
5.2.1 Able to construct interrogative sentences correctly
2.2.2 Able to read and understand phrases and sentences from:
(b) non-linear texts
3.2.2 Able to write with guidance:
(b) questions
Moral Values: Cross Curriculum Relation:
Collaboration Higher Order Thinking Skills, Contextual Learning
Learning Objectives: Success Criteria:
At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:

a) complete the WH-Questions circle map with the correct answer. 1. Pupils able to complete the WH-Questions circle map at least 4 out
b) fill in the blank with correct WH-Questions. of 6 with the correct answer.
c) make correct questions based on the answer given (Group). 2. Pupils able to fill in the blank at least 5 out of 8 with correct WH-
Questions.
3. Every group able to make at least one question correctly based on
the answer given (Group).
Focus Skills: Grammar and writing Previous Knowledge: Pupils are familiar with the personal pronoun.
Main Concept/Vocabulary: Teaching Aids:
Who, How, Why, What, When and Where Dialogue text, WH-Questions word cards, sentence cards, Worksheet
1, Worksheet 2, mahjong paper
Teaching Framework Impact / Reflection

Startup Activity 1. Teacher begins the lesson by asking some daily routine question.
2. Teacher call one of the pupils to do self-introduction by answering
(5 minutes)
some questions.

-To attract pupils’


Daily routine questions:
attention

1. How are you today?


-To activate pupils’
previous knowledge 2. What day is it?
3. What is the date today?
4. How many pupils are absent today?

Self-introduction questions:

1. What is your name?


2. How old are you?
3. When is your birthday?
4. Where are you live?
5. Who is your best friend?
6. Why he/she is your best friend?
Teaching Framework Impact / Reflection

Approach used:
Main Activity Presentation (15 minutes) :
Overt approach

- To give an idea 1. Pupils are divided into 6 groups. - Explicitly teaching the rules of
about interrogative 2. Every group will be given a dialogue entitled “The City Mouse and grammar to the students as it is.
sentences. - Inductive approach
the Country Mouse”.
3. Teacher will read out the questions in the dialogue and the pupils Starts with presenting some examples
- To introduce the
grammatical items have to read out the answer in the dialogue. of sentences, and let pupils to find out

4. Pupils are required to determine what is the difference between all the rules.

the questions? What words are bolded?


Education Emphasis
5. Teacher will paste the Wh-Questions word cards on the board
- Higher Order Thinking Skills (Create
randomly.
questions by using WH-Question.)
6. Every group will be given a sentence card about the use of the
- Contextual Learning (Asking question
words.
about daily lives by using WH-
7. They have to paste under the word on the board based on the
Questions)
dialogue they read just now.
8. Teacher checks the answer and explain the Wh-Questions to the Teaching Materials:
pupils explicitly. - Dialogue text, WH-Questions word
cards, sentence cards
Teaching Framework Impact / Reflection

Content
Moral Value
- Collaboration (Pupils work in pair to
build questions).

Assessment
- Assessment for learning

Teacher:

1. Who - use to ask about people.


2. What - use to ask about people, things and animals.
3. Where - use to ask about places.
4. How - use to explain way.
5. When - use to ask about time.
6. Why - use to ask about reasons.
Teaching Framework Impact / Reflection

- To measure pupils’ Practice (20 minutes) Education Emphasis


understanding of - Contextual Learning (Asking question
the WH-Questions 1. Every pupil will be given a worksheet 1.
about daily lives by using WH-
they had learned.
2. The pupils have to fill in the use of the WH-Question based on the
Questions)
- To practice using guidance given.
the WH-Questions 3. Teacher will check pupils’ answer by going through every pupil. Teaching Materials:
correctly 4. Teacher will distribute a worksheet 2 to every pupil. - Worksheet 1, Worksheet 2

- Allow teacher to 5. Pupils have to fill in the blank to complete the worksheet.
Assessment
know pupils’ 6. After a few minutes, teacher will discuss the answer with the pupils.
understanding on - Assessment for learning
7. During the discussion, teacher will randomly pick some pupils to
the grammar item
read out their answer.
and preparation for
next activity
Content

Refer to attachments:
- Worksheet 1
- Worksheet 2

Production (15 minutes) Education Emphasis


- To practice using - Higher Order Thinking Skills (Create
1. Every group will send a representative to pick one mahjong paper
the WH-Questions question correctly)
and apply in writing which consists two answers inside.
sentences 2. Three groups will get Paper A and three groups will get Paper B.
Teaching Framework Impact / Reflection

construction 3. The pupils have to write questions for the answer given. - Contextual Learning (Asking question
correctly. 4. Pupils have to discuss in the group and each of them has to write about daily lives by using WH-
one of the sentences. Questions)
5. After pupils have finish write the question, every pair of pupils will
Teaching Materials:
present their answer.
- Mahjong paper
6. Teacher will check pupils’ answer.

Moral Value
Content
- Collaboration (Pupils work in groups to
Paper A: analyse the different between the
1. The rich farmer put Ma Liang in prison. sentences).
Who put Ma Liang in prison?
Assessment
2. Mary found gold coins in the box.
- Assessment for learning
What Mary found in the box?

Paper B:
1. She was frightened because the lion wanted to eat her.
Why was she frightened?
2. Ali will reach his home tonight.
When will Ali reach his home?
Teaching Framework Impact / Reflection

Closure
Closure
(5 minutes) 1. Teacher recaps what pupils have learnt today.
2. Teacher will say out some sentence about the use of WH-Question.
- To conclude the 3. Pupils are required to thumb up if the use of the WH-Questions is
lesson correct and thumb down when they think the use of the WH-
Questions is wrong.
- To reinforce the
Examples:
knowledge that the
1. What use for asks about people, things and animals.
pupils obtained
2. Where used for asks the time.

Pupils Follow-up Activity Remedial Reinforcement Enrichment


Pupils will be given 6 questions
- about WH-Questions (Homework) -

Reflections:

 Reflection:
analyse
assessment
and learning
 Next lesson:
Identify the
suitable
approach and strategy