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  • Secondary School Lesson PlanDate : 1st March 2012Time/Duration : 80 minutes (double period)Class : Form 2 KappaNo. of student : / StudentsProficiency level : IntermediateBackground knowledge: Students have already been exposed to a number of foods.Theme : HealthTopic : Healthy DietLanguage skill focus : ReadingIntegrated skills : Writing, Speaking and ListeningLanguage focus : VocabularyLearning outcomes : By the end of Form 2, students should be able to: 1.0 LANGUAGE FOR INTERPERSONAL USE 1.1b Take part in conversation and discussion iii. responding appropriately to questions based the food diet. vi. participating in teacher-guided class discussions by giving one’s opinion which is healthy and which is unhealthy food. 2.0 LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL USE 2.2a Skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas vi. identifying main ideas in simple text to be matched in the exercise given
  • Learning objectives : By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. interact and participate actively in class by answering random questions asked by teacher on food and their daily diet. 2. answer comprehension question based on an article about food and its recommendation. 3. plan and present on how to eat a healthy diet for their breakfast, lunch and dinner.Educational emphasis: a) Thinking skills b) Preparing for real world c) Multiple IntelligenceMoral values : Helpful, cooperative, respecting one and another.Resource Materials : White board, Marker, Worksheet, Article on Healthy diet, Empty food pyramid, and Pictures of food.Vocabulary List : 1. Appropriate 2. Healthy 3. Sensible 4. Variety 5. Moderation 6. Balance 7. Grains 8. Beverages 9. Poultry 10. Dairy
  • STAGE/ CONTENT/ SKILL TEACHER/PUPIL AVA/DURATION ACTIVITY RATIONALESET- Whole class 1. Teacher shows few RationaleINDUCTION pictures of obese Question: and thin adults and To create interest(5 MINUTES) kids. in the topic of the 1. What can you see in lesson by eliciting the pictures? 2. Teacher asks their feedback. students whether 2. Why do they look they do eat on very fat or very healthy diet. thin? 3. Students respond to 3. What kind of food teachers questions. do you take for your meal? Skills SpeakingPRE- Whole class 1. Teacher briefly RationaleREADING explains to students on Vocabulary List obesity. To expose(25MINUTES) students to the 1. Appropriate 2. Teacher then healthy way of 2. Healthy distributes an article on eating and on 3. Sensible Healthy Makan-makan. how to plan a (Appendix 1). healthy diet. 4. Variety 5. Moderation 3. Students read the To clarify any 6. Balance article and discuss any difficult words 7. Beverages difficult words they which students 8. Grains find with the teacher. might not 9. Poultry understand 10. Dairy Skills AVA Reading Article on Speaking Healthy makan-makan. (Refer to Appendix 1)
  • WHILE- Group Work Task One: RationaleREADING 1. Teacher distributes To help student(20MINUTES) Worksheet 1. comprehend (Appendix 2). the article better. 2. Students are told to answer all question in To persuade their group assigned. students to work together 3. Teacher then discusses and establish the answer with all team work by students. completing group task. Skills AVA Reading Speaking Marker Whiteboard Worksheet 1 (refer to Appendix 2) Task Two Whole Class Rationale 1. Teacher then draws an To persuade empty food pyramid on students to the white board. work together and establish 2. Teacher scrambles a team work by number of pictures of completing food from different group task. food classes on the table. 3. Teacher calls students Skills randomly and asks Speaking them to paste one Writing picture a person on the AVA empty food pyramid. Pictures of 4. Teacher discusses the food (refer to job done by students Appendix 3) with the whole class.
  • POST- Group Work 1. Students remain in RationaleREADING their group. To evoke(25MINUTES) 2. Students will have to students Skills plan ahead on what creative Listening would be their perfect thinking skills. Reading healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner for the next day. 3. Students will have to discuss in their group and present their planning in front of their class.CLOSURE Whole class 1. Teacher recaps and Rationale reviews the lesson with To ensure the(5MINUTES) Skills the students. students learn Speaking how to write a guided essay. AVA HomeworkFollow-up Activity : Students are asked to write a short journal based on what unhealthy food they have eaten and how will they change it.Self-Reflection :Supervisor’s comment :
  • APPENDIX 1Healthy makan makan…No matter what people say, we can make healthy eating choices.HEALTHY Malaysian food ... is there such a thing? You may wonder sometimeswhether you can find anyhealthy Malaysian food.However, you can makeappropriate choices inselecting well-balancedmeals.Sensible tips for healthyeatingVariety, moderation andbalance are key to healthymeals. Remember, there isno such thing as good orbad foods but good or badeating habits. If you need tochange, then change yournegative eating habits.Some healthier breakfastchoices include:# Mee or meehoon soup with chicken and green vegetables# Chapatti with dhal curry#Sandwiches with tuna egg or chicken fillingFor lunch and dinner, healthier choices include:# A medium bowl of rice with stir fried green leafy vegetables, chicken curry and fruits# A medium bowl of rice with a variety of ulam, assam pedas fish with fruits# Two small chappatis with meat peas curry and vegetables with fruitsSome sensible beverages choices include:·Barley water, plain water, black coffee or tea with low fat milk or Chinese tea
  • In summary, choose wisely when it comes to food choices. Be flexible and allow somevariations occasionally.
  • APPENDIX 2Match the following table based on the article read. Healthy Eating Plate1. Four main healthy diets. Vegetable _________ ___________ Eat more __________ in a Eat whole grain like _______ greater ____________. _________, __________and ____________. Example: _______________ Limit ________ grains like __________ and ____________. ___________ Healthy protein Eat ________ of fruits of Choose _______, __________, different __________. beans, and ______. Example: ____________. Limit ___ _______ and other processed meat.2. Tips for healthy eating Do not eat too much of food at a time. Variety Eat mixture of different group of foods in a proper amount. Not Moderation too little or too much Choose and eat foods in a mixture of different group of foods. Balance