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T1 w7.2011 lesson records by yyh

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  • 1. COMPOSITE Lesson Records by Yeo Yam Hwee SEMESTER 1.2011 Secondary N Level 1189 40% 60/60 marks N Level 1189 40% 80/80 marks N Level 1189 20% 40/40 marksTerm One Week Seven Three NORMAL O Level 1127 40% 60/60 marks O Level 1127 40% 50/50 marks O Level 1127 20% 40/40 marks ACADEM English English English IC Paper 1 (both N/O levels) Paper 2 (1189) Paper 3 (both N/O levels) Class Periods Free Choice Composition 30/30 CLOZE 15/15 Reading Aloud 12/12 Situational Writing 30/30 Reading Comprehension 40/40 Picture Discussion 12/12 Vocabulary 5/5 Conversation 16/16 Summary Writing 20/20 Paper 2 (1127) Reading Comprehension 20/20 Vocabulary 5/5 Summary Writing 25/25Mon 3D 2 FOCUS: PAPER 2 – Summary EXECUTION RESPONSE14Feb Writing Lesson 1 in preparation for This is an important summation Term 1 Week 7 Common Test Teacher introduced the SUMMARY level for summary writing. I first question in 1127 Paper 2 to the began summary writing with the students and pointed out the three narrative-descriptive class writing important components of the question: practice called “Ahmad The Chef” - See T1W1 and T1W2. Content points – 15 marks Language use - 10 marks /2 Students in general seem to Use of own words – 10 marks /2 understand what they are supposed Total – 25 marks to do when attempting the summary question. The focus of this lesson is Teacher provided student with Straits to sharpen that understanding so that Times Columnist Chua Mui Hoong’s they are able to swiftly and article entitled “Don’t Use Scare accurately comprehend what is it Tactics to Set “Sure-fail” Examination they are supposed to summarise. 1
  • 2. Paper” which comes with a summary The POINT organizer is a usefulquestion with the usual instructions working visualiser which manypitched at O level. students might not have taken seriously in the past. MyTeacher went through the FULL responsibility is to make sure thatsummary question with students to they now do because the gatheringcover the selected area of the passage of content points is extremelyin which the students were asked to important. Many students did notsummarise – Paragraph 5 to quite learn the significance of doingParagraph 8. up a proper POINT organizer and so they should have benefited fromTeacher went through the FULL what I have shared with them in thispassage from Paragraph 1 to first session.Paragraph 8 – students were supposedto mark out any difficult contentwords they encountered along theway.Students read the instructions andunderstood the summary questionrequirements – Summarise what theauthor thinks are [A] the effects ofsetting “sure fail” examination papersand [B] what to do to discourage sucha practice.Teacher instructed students to drawup a POINT ORGANISER whichconsisted of two main columns – [A]the effects of setting “sure fail”examination papers” and [B] what to 2
  • 3. do to discourage such a practice. Teacher issued homework instructions to students to complete filling in their POINT ORGANISER with relevant content points – 17 – 19 maximum to write a one paragraph summary in response to the question. Teacher informed students to go over the lesson again by visiting his web- blog – www.nekosan- nekosan.blogspot.com whereby the lesson’s powerpoint slides are lodged. 3B 2 FOCUS: PAPER 2 – Summary EXECUTION RESPONSE Writing Lesson 1 in preparation for As above. As above. Term 1 Week 7 Common Test 3C 2 FOCUS: PAPER 2 – Summary EXECUTION RESPONSE Writing Lesson I in preparation for As above. As above. Term 1 Week 7 Common TestTues 3D 2 FOCUS: PAPER 2 – Summary EXECUTION RESPONSE15Feb Writing Lesson 2 in preparation for In this follow-up lesson, teacher This is a redrafting process which Term 1 Week 7 Common Test checked to see if all the students in the provides students with an class had completed filling up their opportunity to exercise quality POINT organizers with the content control over the summary paragraph points they picked out. they have generated in the form of DRAFT 1. Teacher introduced his next handout 3
  • 4. containing his 16 content points andhis DRAFT 1 of the summarycontaining 264 words.Students were instructed to point outfeatures found in the 264 wordedDRAFT 1: - Number of words greatly exceeded examination requirement of 150 words. - Use of helping words to begin the summary draft. - Repetition of structures - Repetition of ideas - “Excess denies” being slapped on the 151st to the 264th word thereby causing 5 valuable content points to become inadmissible for grading.Teacher issued a mission to thestudents to make changes to Draft 1by rescuing as many content points asthey can from the “EXCESSDENIES” portion of the draft.Teacher issued homework instructionsfor students to show up next Monday– T1W8 with a 150 word summary –DRAFT 2. 4
  • 5. 3B 2 FOCUS: PAPER 2 – Summary EXECUTION RESPONSE Writing Lesson 2 in preparation for As above. As above. Term 1 Week 7 Common Test 3C 2 FOCUS: PAPER 2 – Summary EXECUTION RESPONSE Writing Lesson 2 in preparation for As above. As above. Term 1 week 7 Common TestWed 3D 2 COMMON TEST DAY 116Feb Lesson scratched. 3B 2 COMMON TEST DAY 1 Lesson scratched. 3C 2 COMMON TEST DAY 1 Lesson scratched.Thurs 3C 2 COMMON TEST DAY 217Feb Lesson scratched. 3D 1 COMMON TEST DAY 2 Lesson scratched. 3B 3 COMMON TEST DAY 2 Lesson scratched.Fri 3D 2 COMMON TEST DAY 318Feb Lesson scratched. 5
  • 6. 3C 1 COMMON TEST DAY 3 Lesson scratched. Secondary 2 NA Literature 3 NA Character Development Class 3D Home RoomTerm One Week Seven Class Periods Genre: Play Text: Emily of Emerald Hill Unseen Prose Unseen PoemMon 2B 1 FOCUS: Emily of Emerald Hill EXECUTION REFLECTION14Feb From pages 9 to 17 in preparation Teacher provided answer key to the Post-mortem is an important process for the common test on 17 February various worksheets from pages 9 to to help the students understand how 2011. 17. to write appropriately for literature. Teacher also went through the Class Assessment 1A with the students using an answer key with suggested answers.Tues 2C 2 FOCUS: Emily of Ermerald Hill EXECUTION REFLECTION15Feb from pages 9 to 17 in preparation for As above. As above. the common test on 17 February 2011. 6
  • 7. 3D 2 FOCUS: Decision Making and EXECUTION REFLECTION Form Class housekeeping Teacher and students shared and Nothing in particular. exchanged views and opinions on the importance of learning and mastering the skills of decision making. Housekeeping matters: teacher’s expectations during common test days from Wednesday to Friday this week.Wed 1 FOCUS: LESSON STUDY EXECUTION REFLECTONPLT AREA: ORAL We have decided that the first lesson It is important to observe the firstSession COMMUNICATION will be conducted by Mei San in lesson in T1W10.No. 5 SPECIFIC: PICTURE T1W10 with 2express class – 2J. We16 Feb DISCUSSION then shall come together to review the LESSON ZOOM-IN: How to data gathered and observed another describe what one sees to another lesson conducted by Yim Nam in person as clearly and accurately as T2W2 with 2NA – 2B. I will come possible. up with the SAME or DIFFERENT packages A, B and C.Wed 3D 1 COMMON TEST DAY 116Feb Lesson scratched. 3D 1 COMMON TEST DAY 1 Lesson scratched.Thurs 2C 1 COMMON TEST DAY 217Feb Lesson scratched.Fri 2B 2 FOCUS: Emily of Emerald Hill EXECUTION REFLECTION18Feb From pages 19 onwards to end of Teacher continued with close reading Close reading is an important 7
  • 8. Act One. with the students. process which both the teacher and his students enjoy doing in this class. 8