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Listening Lesson Plan

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  • 1. CED 1243AURAL – ORAL SKILLS[Assignment 1: Lesson Plan (Year 4 KBSR)] Lecturer : Ms. Na-Thinamalar Magiswary Nadarajan Group members : Harith Zakuan B Rosman (310 101 7181) Nazatul Ezety Bt Ahmad (310 102 2161) Muhammad Faruq B Mohd Alvin (310 101 7761)
  • 2. Date : 11th September 2011 (Monday)Time/Duration : 2pm – 3pm (60 Minutes)Class : 4BNo. of Students : 30 studentsProficiency Level : Lower IntermediateTheme : World of KnowledgeTopic : Move Your Body, I Like To Move It!Teaching Aids : Video Clips, Flash Cards, WorksheetLanguage Focus : Verbs, Vocabulary ItemsBackground Knowledge : Pupils have learned and able to name their own body parts. The pupils have had conversations with parents or friends about the function of their own body parts for their daily activities.Educational Emphasis : Thinking Skills Knowledge Acquisition Preparation for the Real WorldMoral Values : Appreciating and Loving Your Own Body Staying HealthyLearning Outcomes : By the end of Year 4, students should be able to: Page 2 of 9
  • 3. 1.2) Listen to and repeat accurately the correct pronunciation of words, and the correct intonation and stress in phrases, expressions, and sentences. 1.2.3) Listen to and repeat simple rhymes and songs paying attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation correctly. 1.4) Listen to and follow simple instructions and directions accurately. 1.4.1) Listen to and understand simple instructions. 1.6) Listen to and enjoy the rhyme, rhythm, and sounds of poems, jazz chants and songs. 1.6.1) Listen to and enjoy children’s songs, rhymes, and poems. 4.4) Complete texts with the missing word, phrase or sentence. 4.4.4) Complete simple instructions, texts, rhymes, notices, recipes, stories with the missing word(s) (with a little guidance in the form of a composite picture).Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Page 3 of 9
  • 4. 1) List down at least 6 selected words accurately; 2) Successfully pronounce all the selected word accurately; 3) Understand and successfully fill in the blank with 6 out of 10 verbs correctly 4) Label at least 10 out of the 15 pictures in the worksheet correctly 5) Sing the respective song gracefully and dance to the song using corresponding actions sang in the song.Stage Skills/Content Teacher/Student Activities AVA/RationaleSet Content: 1. The teacher greets the class. Rationale:Induction 1. Video clip: Head and shoulder 2. The teacher plays the head 1. To attract the pupils(5 minutes) 2. Questions: and shoulder video clip. interest on the • What is the body parts 3. The teacher instructs the lesson. used in the song? pupils to list down any body 2. To introduce that the • How many hands and parts that are used in the lesson will involve fingers do you have? song. the body parts. • What can you do with your 4. The teacher plays the video 3. To increase the hands? only once. curiosity of the 5. The teacher then chooses any students by eliciting 3. Suggested Answers: volunteers to share their feedbacks. • Head, shoulders, knees, answers with the class. toes & etc 6. The teacher writes down the AVA: Page 4 of 9
  • 5. • Two hands and 10 fingers answers mentioned by the • Whiteboard • Clap, punch & etc pupils. • Marker Pen 7. The teacher asks some • Laptop and 4. Skills: questions about body parts to projector • Listening the pupils. • Speakers • SpeakingStage 1 Content: 1. The teacher pastes a list of Rationale:Presentation 1. Flashcards. words on the whiteboard. 1. To teach the pupils(15 2. Skills: 2. The teacher pronounces the the correctminutes) • Thinking word loudly and accurately pronunciation of the • Listening according to the correct words. • Speaking stress and intonation. 2. To introduce the 3. The teacher instructs the pupils to a list of *Whole class activity. class to read aloud the listed new vocabulary and words. teach the meaning 4. Then, the teacher picks the of the words. pupils randomly to pronounce the listed words. AVA: The teacher makes necessary • Manila Card correction on the pupils’ pronunciation. 5. The pupils are asked to guess the definition of the listed words by acting it out. Page 5 of 9
  • 6. 6. The teacher acts out the action of the word. The pupils are asked to copy down the words into their exercise book.Stage 2 Content: 1. The teacher distributes the Rationale:Practice 1. Lyrics. handout to the pupils. 1. To expose the pupils(20 2. Skills: 2. The teacher informs the class to a set of verbs. Tominutes) • Speaking that they will be learning expose how the • Listening about verbs now. verbs are used in a • Thinking 3. The teacher explains to the sentence. class that the verbs are 2. To check upon the *Individual activity. actions that can be done by pupils’ moving the body or the body understanding on parts. the lesson taught. 4. Once again, the teacher pastes the same list of words AVA: taught in the earlier stage on • Worksheet(Lyrics) the whiteboard. • Manila card 5. The teacher informs the class that these words are called Refer to: verbs. • Appendix 2 (song 6. Then, the teacher distributes lyric entitled ‘If a worksheet containing a You’re Happy And Page 6 of 9
  • 7. song lyric. Some words on You Know It’) the lyric are omitted. The teacher informs the pupils that those omitted words are verbs. The pupils are supposed to listen carefully to the song in order to fill in the blanks with the correct verbs. The teacher will sing the song twice. 7. The teacher chooses some pupils randomly to share their answers. 8. Lastly, the teacher reveals the answers to the class.Stage 3 Content: 1. The teacher divides the class Rationale:Production 1. Worksheet. into groups of four. 1. To check upon the(15 2. Skills: 2. Each group is given a pupils’minutes) • Thinking worksheet. The worksheet understanding on • Speaking contains pictures of actions. the lesson. The pictures are actions done 2. To practice *Group activity. by the body or the body teamwork in Page 7 of 9
  • 8. parts. completing tasks. 3. The teacher is supposed to act out the actions to help the AVA: pupils guess the pictures and • Worksheet each group need to label the • Whiteboard respective actions correctly. • Marker Pen 4. The teacher asks each group representative to share their Refer to: answers. • Appendix 3 5. The group that finishes first (worksheet) and labels all the pictures correctly will be rewarded.Stage 4 Content: 1. The teacher asks the pupils Rationale:Closure (5 1. Singing and dancing to the to take out the song lyric 1. To refresh and getminutes) song used in the earlier stage. feedback upon the 2. Error correction (if necessary) 2. The teacher informs the class lesson learned. 3. Moral values: that they will be singing the 2. To teach the pupils • Appreciating and Loving song now. to appreciate their Your Own Body 3. The teacher shows a video body parts as some • Staying Healthy example of how to sing the people are not as 4. Skills: song with the actions. The lucky because of • Speaking pupils are supposed to sing their disabilities. • Listening and dance like the characters 3. To cultivate the Page 8 of 9
  • 9. in the video. understanding that 4. The teacher then sings and simple movements dances along with the class. can be used as 5. Lastly, the teacher recaps exercises to stay today’s lesson. The teacher healthy. reminds the pupils on the moral values learned today. AVA: 6. The teacher ends the lesson. • Laptop and Projector.Self – reflection: Page 9 of 9
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