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Flipping fantastic character
Flipping fantastic character
Flipping fantastic character
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Flipping fantastic character
Flipping fantastic character
Flipping fantastic character
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  • 1. Secondary School Lesson PlanDate : 28th February 2012Time/Duration : 80 minutes (double period)Class : Form 1 EpsilonNo. of student : / studentsProficiency level : IntermediateBackground knowledge: Students are exposed to the summary of the story.Theme : Literature componentTopic : Flipping Fantastic by Jane Langford (extraordinary superb)Language skill focus : WritingIntegrated skills : Reading, Speaking and ListeningLanguage focus : Characters and characteristic.Learning outcomes : By the end of Form 1, students should be able to: 1.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.1b Take part in conversation and discussion iii. responding appropriately to questions. vi. participating in teacher-guided class discussions by giving one’s opinion. 2.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.2a Skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas ii. scanning for certain details. 3.0 LANGUAGE FOR AESTHETIC USE 3.1b Recognizing elements in a story such as characters vi. talking about the characters in a story and writing a paragraph on one or two characters.
  • 2. Learning objectives : By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. interact and participate actively in class during discussion and question and answer session. (Observable) 2. answer at least 6 out of 10 questions on the characters of the story correctly by themselves (Measureable) 3. act out to show the characteristic of the given character for the rest of the classmates to guess in groups. (Achievable)Educational emphasis: a) Thinking skills b) Preparing for real world c) Multiple IntelligenceMoral values : Helpful, cooperative, respecting one and another.Resource Materials : Pictures, handouts, worksheet, whiteboard, mahjong paper and marker
  • 3. STAGE/ CONTENT/ SKILL TEACHER/PUPIL AVA/DURATION ACTIVITY RATIONALESET- Whole class 1. Teacher writes the RationaleINDUCTION title of the story Question: entitled ‘Flipping To create interest(5 MINUTES) Fantastic’ on the in the topic of the 1. Can you still whiteboard lesson by eliciting remember what the their feedback. story is all about? 2. Teacher asks students questions To determine 2. Who are the main related to the whether students characters in the characters in the had already read story? story. the story or not AVA Skills Whiteboard Speaking markerPRE- Whole class 1. Teacher exposes RationaleWRITING students with the characters of the story. To reinforce(10MINUTES) students 2. Teacher pastes the understanding picture of the main on the character characters on the and whiteboard. characteristics of the story. 3. Teacher asks students opinion on the characteristic of each character. Skills Reading 4. Students are called to Speaking write the characteristics beside the picture. AVA 5. Teacher discusses the whole characteristics Pictures of with all students. characters of the story. (Appendix 1)
  • 4. WHILE- Whole class Task One: RationaleWRITING 1. Teacher divides Allow students(25MINUTES) students into group of to work in 4. group to complete a 2. Each group will be group task. given Worksheet (Appendix 2). 3. Students will have to match the correct Skills characteristics with the Reading respective character in AVA Speaking the story. Worksheet 1 (refer to 4. Teacher discusses the Appendix 2) answer with all Whiteboard students. Marker Task Two Individually 1. Teacher distributes Worksheet 2 (Appendix 3) to all students. Rationale Skills Reading 2. Students will have to Writing To persuade answer all questions students to individually. work individually 3. Teacher discusses the and complete answers with all the task given. students. AVA Worksheet 2 (refer to Appendix 3) Whiteboard Marker
  • 5. POST- Individually 1. Student remains in RationaleWRITING their same group. Skills To make the(20MINUTES) Listening 2. Each group will be class more Speaking given a name of a interesting and character with their to involve the characteristic and they students in the must act out a situation class itself. which shows it for the whole class to guess. AVACLOSURE Whole class 1. Teacher will recap and Rationale review the lesson with To ensure the(10MINUTES) Skills the students. students learn Speaking some values 2. Teacher discusses on from the the moral values lesson. attained from the story. AVA HomeworkEvaluation :Follow-up Activity : Students are asked to write a journal on their characteristics in a short paragraph.Self-Reflection :Supervisor’s comment :
  • 6. Appendix 1
  • 7. Appendix 2Match the characteristic of each character below.Tristan --- --- ---James --- --- ---Boy’s Mother --- --- ---confident shy adaptable lovingstrong responsible has initiative observantlack self-confidence
  • 8. Appendix 3

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