1. Choose the best answers for the question.
What do you think will happen if Ollie doesn’t get her leg after her eighth b...
Day : Thursday
Time : 30 minutes
Class : Year 5 Topaz
No. of students : 30
Students’ ability : Lower and Upper Intermediat...
Language Focus : reading, writing, speaking
Prior knowledge : The pupils have read and understand the storyline.
Teaching ...
Alia: Thank
you
Siti: You’re
welcome
Presentation
( 10 minutes)
Example:
Ps - “Ollie only
has seven legs
because she
isn’t...
noun.
Example –
i. b
l
u
e
–
blue bag
etc.
more examples based
on their previous
knowledge.
Practice
(15 minutes )
A story...
describe the
characters in
the story.
2. Complete
the adjectives
of the
following
topics;
Example:
1.colours- red,
yellow,...
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  1. 1. 1. Choose the best answers for the question. What do you think will happen if Ollie doesn’t get her leg after her eighth birthday? a. She will feel sad 3.Excerpt Based on the exceprt above, why do you think Ollie doesn’t make a wish for herself? DEVELOPING MORAL VALUES Date : 7 September 2013
  2. 2. Day : Thursday Time : 30 minutes Class : Year 5 Topaz No. of students : 30 Students’ ability : Lower and Upper Intermediate Theme : World of Stories Topic : The Lucky Octopus Main skill : Reading Integrated Skills : Listening, Speaking & Writing Learning outcomes : 2.5 Talk about the people, places and moral values of the stories heard, read and viewed in simple language. 4.4 Complete text with the missing words,, phrase or sentence. Curriculum Specification : 2.5.3 Name the good and bad characters and talk a a little about them. 4.4.2 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes with the missing words ( with guidance given in the form of words and pictures). Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to : i. state the moral of the story. ii. Make prediction based on the given excerpt from the story.
  3. 3. Language Focus : reading, writing, speaking Prior knowledge : The pupils have read and understand the storyline. Teaching – learning Materials (TM) : Power Point slides and worksheets. Moral Values (MV) : Honesty, sincere, brave, Thinking skills (CCTS) : describing, inferring, generating ideas, Educational Emphases (EE) : Thinking skills and knowledge acquisition. STAGE / TIME CONTENT TEACHER’S ACTIVITY PUPILS’’ ACTIVITY RESOURCES Set induction ( 5 minutes ) Example: Alia: Can I play with you?. Siti: Of course you can. 1.The teacher uses a puppet to role play a dialogue. 1.The pupils state the
  4. 4. Alia: Thank you Siti: You’re welcome Presentation ( 10 minutes) Example: Ps - “Ollie only has seven legs because she isn’t part of our family, said Olivia. Example: Tr: What qualities of Olivia’s character are revealed in this sentence? Ps: cruel, selfish Example: An adjective is a word that describes a 1. The teacher divides the pupils into groups of four and gives each pair a worksheet. The teacher asks each pair to read the sentences and asks other pupils to describe the character in the sentence. 2. The teacher writes the pupils’ responds on the board. 3. The teacher explains the usage of adjectives and asks the pupils to give 1. In pairs, the pupils study and read the sentences/ dialogue aloud. Other pupils respond verbally. 2. The pupils read and spell the words. 3. The pupils discuss and write the adjectives. Sentence strips ( Appendix 1 )
  5. 5. noun. Example – i. b l u e – blue bag etc. more examples based on their previous knowledge. Practice (15 minutes ) A story entitled: The Lucky Octopus Example: a. Octopus – tiny octopus b. Cake – delicious cake etc. 1. The teacher distributes the story and asks the pupils to read silently and underline more adjectives from the story. 2. The teacher and pupils discuss the answer. The teacher explains the meaning of a few adjectives. The teacher asks the pupils to read and spell the adjectives. 1. The pupils read and underline the adjectives in pairs. 2. The pupils read and spell individually or as a whole. PPT slides (Appendix 2 ) Production (15 minutes) Instruction: 1.Choose suitable adjectives to 1. The teacher distributes the worksheets . 1.The pupils read the story and write the answer in pairs. Worksheets (Appendix 3 and 4)
  6. 6. describe the characters in the story. 2. Complete the adjectives of the following topics; Example: 1.colours- red, yellow, blue 2. The teacher discusses the answers with the pupils. 2. The pupils read their answers individually or as a whole. Closure (2 minutes) Instruction: 1.List three qualities you look for in a friend. 1. The teacher asks the pupils to write three qualities that they look for in a friend. 2. The teacher and pupils discuss. 1. The pupils answer individually. Worksheet ( Appendix 5 )

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