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  1. 1. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012Term 1.2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10WEEK THREE 0800-0845 0845-0930 0930-1015 1015-1100 1100-1145 1145-1230 1230-1315 1315-1400 1400-1445 1445-1530Odd MON 2N2 3N1 3N1 2E2 2N1 LEAVES 16 JAN Adaptability Independence Independence Charity Independence Literature English English Literature Literature 0845-0930 2N2 Adaptability Literature in English 1190/01 Continuous Writing 1. Teacher began Revision/Diagnostic Writing Clinic on Narrative versus Personal Recount Essay Writing: • Spelling out Teachers expectation in writing class: Use of Dark Blue or Black coloured pen for writing • Introducing aspects on 1190/01 - Tense / Spelling / Structure / Meaning • Other revisions: [1] Familiarisation with the concept of "text" [2] Grammatical features of Narrative Writing - Revision on Tense - V 0 - V4 [3] Language features of Narrative Writing [4] Content features of Narrative Writing - Setting / Trouble / Action / Resolution - The Narrative-Descriptive Matrix [5] Students work on Paragraph forming /Content building / Synthesis exercise - Ahmad the Chef. [6]Difference between Personal Recount and Narrative Writing • Homework: Ahmad the Chef [7] Students were instructed to complete SENTENCE COMBINATION and SYNTHESIS exercise by stringing twenty sentences together to generate a paragraph. My Reflections I think it was a good lesson because my expectation for essay writing was clearly spelt out and delivered to the students. Also it would be good for me to see how good the students actually were in meeting the deadline for the take--away class work. 1015-1145 3N1 Independence English 1190/01 Continuous Writing 1. Teacher began Revision/Diagnostic Writing Clinic on Narrative versus Personal Recount Essay Writing: • Spelling out Teachers expectation in writing class: Use of Dark Blue or Black coloured pen for writing • Introducing aspects on 1190/01 - Tense / Spelling / Structure / Meaning • Other revisions: [1] Familiarisation with the concept of "text" [2] Grammatical features of Narrative Writing - Revision on Tense - V 0 - V4 [3] Language features of Narrative Writing [4] Content features of Narrative Writing - Setting / Trouble / Action / Resolution - The Narrative-Descriptive Matrix [5] Students work on Paragraph forming /Content building / Synthesis exercise - Ahmad the Chef. 1
  2. 2. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012 [6]Difference between Personal Recount and Narrative Writing • Homework: Ahmad the Chef [7] Students were instructed to complete SENTENCE COMBINATION and SYNTHESIS exercise by stringing twenty sentences together to generate a paragraph.My ReflectionsI think it was a good lesson because my expectation for essay writing was clearly spelt out and delivered to the students.Also it would be good for me to see how good the students actually were in meeting the deadline for the take--away class work.3N1 was more responsive and enthusiastic than 3N2 in this introductory lesson although both were equally receptive.1145-1230 2E2 Charity Literature in EnglishStudents work on improving their personal responses to the questions set on the poem "Paradox of Our Time" by George CarliunStudents were issued with revision handouts on - Why Study Literature? / What Study Poetry? /Rhyme (sound device in poetry) / How to write about a Poem? / Detailed Annotated handout on "Paradox ofOur Time".My ReflectionsA very receptive and responsible class of students.1315-1400 2N1 Independence Literature in EnglishStudents sat assessment on Personal ResponseStudents work on improving their personal responses to the questions set on the poem "Paradox of Our Time" by George CarlinStudents were issued with revision handouts on - Detailed Annotated handout on "Paradox of Our Time".My ReflectionsA very lively bunch of students who had taken a long time before they could settle down to work on the assessment. Most of the students seemed to know what to do with the 4 questions which would bequite a challenge. Fortunately many others were earnest and managed to submit some quality work.1445-1530 3N1 LEAVESStudents introduced to the use of REFLECTION Journals to record their feelings and thoughts.Students wrote to the form teachers on the inaugural topic - "REGARDING ME".TUES 0845-0930 1230-1315 1315-140017 JAN 2N1 2E1 2E2 Independence Truth Charity Literature Literature Literature 2
  3. 3. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.20120845-0930 2N1 Independence Literature in EnglishHousekeeping mattersTeacher talk on "Paradox of Our Time" and Revision on commonly used features of poems.My ReflectionsI managed to project my voice to capture the attention of majority of the students in class.1230-1315 2E1 Truth Literature in EnglishStudents work on improving their personal responses to the questions set on the poem "Paradox of Our Time" by George CarliunStudents were issued with revision handouts on - Why Study Literature? / What Study Poetry? /Rhyme (sound device in poetry) / How to write about a Poem? / Detailed Annotated handout on "Paradox ofOur Time".YMy ReflectionsAlso another class of responsive and responsible learners.1315-1400 2E2 Charity Literature in EnglishHousekeeping mattersTeacher talk on "Paradox of Our Time" and Revision on commonly used features of poems.My ReflectionsThe students had already settled down and all of them understood the importance of managing their Literature files.WED 0900-0930 0930-1000 1000-1030 1030-1100 1100-1130 1130-1200 1200-1230 1230-1300 1300-1330 1330-140018 JAN 3N1 3N1 3N2 Upper Upper Independence Independence Adaptability Secondary Secondary English English English Assembly Assembly0900-1000 3N1 Independence English1190/04 Section 1: Reading Aloud Meaningfully - The Readers Theatre ApproachMy Reflections 3
  4. 4. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012I had diagnosed the students and through a series of practices, they had become more interested in projecting their voices when reading aloud. The next step is to help them to mean what they read.1000-1030 3N2 Adaptability English1190/04 Section 1: Reading Aloud Meaningfully - The Readers Theatre ApproachMy ReflectionsThe students apparently needed a lot more voice training than 3N1. More practice sessions needed.1030-1130 Upper Secondary AssemblyMy ReflectionsNo comments in particular.THURS 0845-0930 1015-1100 1100-1145 1230-131519 JAN 3N1 3N2 3N2 2N1 Independence Adaptability Adaptability Independence English English English Literature0845-0930 3N1 Independence English1190/01 Section C: Continuous WritingTeacher conducted post-mortem and students went through the process of self-editing and redrafting of Paragraph done at home.Teacher instructed students to work on a full length essay entitled: My First Foray Into The KitchenMy ReflectionsA post-mortem lesson to ground students with the correct attitude when writing their essays. An introduction to process writing.1015-1145 3N2 Adaptability English1190/01 Section C: Continuous WritingTeacher conducted post-mortem and students went through the process of self-editing and redrafting of Paragraph done at home.Teacher instructed students to work on a full length essay entitled: My First Foray Into The Kitchen 4
  5. 5. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012My ReflectionsA post-mortem lesson to ground students with the correct attitude when writing their essays. An introduction to process writing.1230-1315 2N1 Independence Literature in EnglishStudents were given more time to work on the questions for their assessment essay - Paradox of Our Time.My ReflectionsMore contact time is needed with this class.FRI 0800-0845 0845-0930 1100-1145 1145-123020 JAN 2E1 3N1 2N2 3N2 Truth Independence Adaptability Adaptability Literature English Literature FT-Student Contact TimePROGRAMME Level Date/Day 0800-1100 1100-1145 1145-1230 1230 Secondary 1 and 2 20 January 2012 Lessons as per normal CNY Concert (Hall) FT Contact Time Dismissal Secondary 3,4 and 5 20 January 2012 Lessons as per normal CNY Concert (Hall) Dismissal0800-0845 2E1 Truth Literature in English*REVISION - Students revisited RHYME and RHYME SCHEME in preparation for the Common Test in T1W7.2012.Students read "Leisure" and "Viewing Time" to revise RHYME and RHYME SCHEME.Poetry Appreciation - Circle Game by Joni MitchellStudents listened and viewed a video clip of Joni Mitchells performance.Students took part in Teacher-led discussion (Progressive Basic-Vocabulary-Thinking [BVT] interaction between Teacher and Students.1. Basic textual analytical skills revisited- What is the subject matter of the poem?- What do you think is the theme of the poem?- How does the poem make you feel after reading it? 5
  6. 6. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.20122 Text related Vocabulary Check with Students3. Questions regarding things we read about in poetry and life:- Can we turn back the clock as we grow older?- Why does the speaker in the poem say, "we are captive on the carousel of time"?- What happens to us when we grow up and grow older?- What are the things we treasure in life?- Who are the people we care about?- How do we change?- How do we change about the way(s) we think about ourselves?- How do we change about the way(s) we think of others?- What kind of experience - feelings and thoughts - have you experienced?- What about "DREAMS" and ambition?- What happens to the kind of dreams we may have over the years?- Are your dreams ( tying in "dreams" with "ambitions") always the same or have they changed over the years?4. After the discussion, students attempted time-conditioned writing practice by attempting worksheet - Circle Game:1. Explain briefly the nature of the "child" (Line 1) in Stanza One. Which are the key words which tell you so about the childs nature. [2 marks]2. In which TWO ways are "the seasons" (Line 5) similar to the "painted ponies" (Line 6) with reference to the speakers suggestion that "were captive on the carousel of time" (Line 7) in Stanza Two. [2 m)3. Suggest what happens to the chid after he or she has "moved ten times round the seasons / skated over ten clear frozen streams" (Lines 12 and 13) in Stanza Three. [1 mark]4. Explain why Stanza 4, 6 and 8 repeat what has been said in Stanza Two.5. What does "Cartwheels turn to car wheels through the town" tell you about the child now?6. Explain briefly your feelings after reading Stanza Seven (lines 34-37).7. Why do you think the poet entitled her poem "Circle Game"?My ReflectionsIt was a good lesson because the students participated actively in the teacher-led discussion.0845-0930 3N1 Independence English1190/02 Reading Comprehension - in preparation of new Examinations SyllabusPoetry Appreciation - Circle Game by Joni MitchellStudents listened and viewed a video clip of Joni Mitchells performance.Students took part in Teacher-led discussion (Progressive Basic-Vocabulary-Thinking [BVT] interaction between Teacher and Students.1. Basic textual analytical skills revisited- What is the subject matter of the poem? 6
  7. 7. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012- What do you think is the theme of the poem?- How does the poem make you feel after reading it?2 Text related Vocabulary Check with Students3. Questions regarding things we read about in poetry and life:- Can we turn back the clock as we grow older?- Why does the speaker in the poem say, "we are captive on the carousel of time"?- What happens to us when we grow up and grow older?- What are the things we treasure in life?- Who are the people we care about?- How do we change?- How do we change about the way(s) we think about ourselves?- How do we change about the way(s) we think of others?- What kind of experience - feelings and thoughts - have you experienced?- What about "DREAMS" and ambition?- What happens to the kind of dreams we may have over the years?- Are your dreams ( tying in "dreams" with "ambitions") always the same or have they changed over the years?4. After the discussion, students attempted time-conditioned writing practice by attempting worksheet - Circle Game:1. Explain briefly the nature of the "child" (Line 1) in Stanza One. Which are the key words which tell you so about the childs nature. [2 marks]2. In which TWO ways are "the seasons" (Line 5) similar to the "painted ponies" (Line 6) with reference to the speakers suggestion that "were captive on the carousel of time" (Line 7) in Stanza Two. [2 m)3. Suggest what happens to the chid after he or she has "moved ten times round the seasons / skated over ten clear frozen streams" (Lines 12 and 13) in Stanza Three. [1 mark]4. Explain why Stanza 4, 6 and 8 repeat what has been said in Stanza Two.5. What does "Cartwheels turn to car wheels through the town" tell you about the child now?6. Explain briefly your feelings after reading Stanza Seven (lines 34-37).7. Why do you think the poet entitled her poem "Circle Game"?My ReflectionsIt was a good lesson.1100-1145 2N2 Adaptability Literature in EnglishLESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY CONCERT)My ReflectionsNo comments.1145-1230 3N2 Adaptability FT-Student Contact TimeLESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY CONCERT) 7
  8. 8. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012 My Reflections No comments.Even MON 0800-0845 0845-0930 1100-1145 1445-1530 23 JAN 3N2 3N2 2N2 LEAVES Adaptability Adaptability Adaptability English English Literature 0800-0930 3N2 Adaptability English LESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS) My Reflections No comments. 1100-1145 2N2 Adaptability Literature in English LESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS) My Reflections No comments. 1445-1530 LEAVES LESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS) My Reflections No comments. TUES 0800-0845 0845-0930 1100-1145 1315-1400 24 JAN 2N2 3N2 2N1 3N1 Adaptability Adaptability Independence Independence Literature English Literature English 0800-0845 2N2 Adaptability Literature in English LESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS) My Reflections No comments. 0845-0930 3N2 Adaptability English LESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS) 8
  9. 9. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012My ReflectionsNo comments.1100-1145 2N1 Independence Literature in EnglishLESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS)My ReflectionsNo comments.1315-1400 3N1 Independence EnglishLESSON SCRATCHED. (CNY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS)My ReflectionsNo comments.WED 0900-0930 0930-1000 1000-1030 1030-1100 1100-1130 1130-1200 1200-1230 1230-1300 1300-1330 1330-140025 JAN 3N2 2E1 Upper 2E2 Adaptability Truth Secondary Charity English Literature Assembly Literature0900-0930 3N2 Adaptability EnglishStudents revised by revisiting the genre of POETRY through Joni Mitchells "CIRCLE GAME".1190/02 Reading Comprehension - in preparation of new Examinations SyllabusPoetry Appreciation - Circle Game by Joni MitchellStudents listened and viewed a video clip of Joni Mitchells performance.Students took part in Teacher-led discussion (Progressive Basic-Vocabulary-Thinking [BVT] interaction between Teacher and Students.1. Basic textual analytical skills revisited- What is the subject matter of the poem?- What do you think is the theme of the poem?- How does the poem make you feel after reading it?2 Text related Vocabulary Check with Students3. Questions regarding things we read about in poetry and life:- Can we turn back the clock as we grow older?- Why does the speaker in the poem say, "we are captive on the carousel of time"?- What happens to us when we grow up and grow older?- What are the things we treasure in life? 9
  10. 10. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012- Who are the people we care about?- How do we change?- How do we change about the way(s) we think about ourselves?- How do we change about the way(s) we think of others?- What kind of experience - feelings and thoughts - have you experienced?- What about "DREAMS" and ambition?- What happens to the kind of dreams we may have over the years?- Are your dreams ( tying in "dreams" with "ambitions") always the same or have they changed over the years?4. After the discussion, students attempted time-conditioned writing practice by attempting worksheet - Circle Game:1. Explain briefly the nature of the "child" (Line 1) in Stanza One. Which are the key words which tell you so about the childs nature. [2 marks]2. In which TWO ways are "the seasons" (Line 5) similar to the "painted ponies" (Line 6) with reference to the speakers suggestion that "were captive on the carousel of time" (Line 7) in Stanza Two. [2 m)3. Suggest what happens to the chid after he or she has "moved ten times round the seasons / skated over ten clear frozen streams" (Lines 12 and 13) in Stanza Three. [1 mark]4. Explain why Stanza 4, 6 and 8 repeat what has been said in Stanza Two.5. What does "Cartwheels turn to car wheels through the town" tell you about the child now?6. Explain briefly your feelings after reading Stanza Seven (lines 34-37).7. Why do you think the poet entitled her poem "Circle Game"?My ReflectionsIt was a very hurried lesson because of the shortage of time.0930-1000 2E1 Truth Literature in EnglishTeacher-led presentation - WRITING CLINIC 1 - "Circle Game". PART 1/2Students worked on writing out the sample responses on the powerpoint presentation.Students learnt point by point, the salient features of a well-structured answer to a literature question.My ReflectionsI thoroughly enjoyed this lesson with this class because they finally realised that:- when providing a personal response, any opinion or point of view should be supported with reasoning and textual evidence.- when responding to a Literature question, the response should be written or expressed in the present tense.- there should never be one-sentence responses.1100-1130 Upper Secondary AssemblyLeadershipMy ReflectionsNo comments. 10
  11. 11. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.20121200-1230 2E2 Charity Literature in EnglishTeacher-led presentation - WRITING CLINIC 1 - "Circle Game".Students worked on writing out the sample responses on the powerpoint presentation.Students learnt point by point, the salient features of a well-structured answer to a literature question.My ReflectionsI thoroughly enjoyed this lesson with this class because they finally realised that:- when providing a personal response, any opinion or point of view should be supported with reasoning and textual evidence.- when responding to a Literature question, the response should be written or expressed in the present tense.- there should never be one-sentence responses.THJRS 0800-0845 0845-0930 1015-1100 1100-1145 1145-123026 JAN 3N2 3N2 3N1 3N1 2E1 Adaptability Adaptability Independence Independence Truth English English English English Literature0800-0930 3N2 Adaptability EnglishMy Reflections1015-1145 3N1 Independence EnglishMy Reflections1145-1230 2E1 Truth Literature in EnglishTeacher-led presentation - WRITING CLINIC 1 - "Circle Game". PART 2/2Students worked on writing out the sample responses on the powerpoint presentation.Students learnt point by point, the salient features of a well-structured answer to a literature question.My ReflectionsI thoroughly enjoyed this lesson with this class because they finally realised that:- when providing a personal response, any opinion or point of view should be supported with reasoning and textual evidence. 11
  12. 12. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012- when responding to a Literature question, the response should be written or expressed in the present tense.- there should never be one-sentence responses.My ReflectionsIt was a good lesson.FRI 0845-0930 1015-1100 1100-1145 1145-123027 JAN 2E2 3N1 3N2 3N2 Charity Independence Adaptability Adaptability Literature English English FT-Student Contact Time0845-0930 2E2 Charity Literature in EnglishTeacher-led presentation - WRITING CLINIC 1 - "Circle Game". PART 2/2Students worked on writing out the sample responses on the powerpoint presentation.Students learnt point by point, the salient features of a well-structured answer to a literature question.My ReflectionsI thoroughly enjoyed this lesson with this class because they finally realised that:- when providing a personal response, any opinion or point of view should be supported with reasoning and textual evidence.- when responding to a Literature question, the response should be written or expressed in the present tense.- there should never be one-sentence responses.My ReflectionsIt was a good lesson.1015-1100 3N1 Independence EnglishHousekeeping MattersVocabulary Quiz 1 - WS 1My ReflectionsNo comments. 12
  13. 13. HSC-Yeo Yam Hwee-Lesson Records T1 W3&4.2012 1100-1145 3N2 Adaptability English Housekeeping Matters Vocabulary Quiz 1 - WS1 My Reflections No comments. 1145-1230 3N2 Adaptability FT-Student Contact Time Students watched movie "PRIDE" to understand the importance of taking charge of ones pride to resolve issues of conflicts concerning oneself and relationship with others. One-to-one Interview with: Deon Chua Andric Yong Lun My Reflections Nothing in particular.Term 1.2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10WEEK FOUR 0800-0845 0845-0930 0930-1015 1015-1100 1100-1145 1145-1230 1230-1315 1315-1400 1400-1445 1445-1530 13
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