YEAR 3 ENGLISH LANGUAGE LESSON PLANSubject                       : English LanguageClass                         : 3ADate ...
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• Hospital                                • School                                • Mosque                                ...
3. Teacher asks pupils to use “Wh”                               questions to guide them                                  ...
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  1. 1. YEAR 3 ENGLISH LANGUAGE LESSON PLANSubject : English LanguageClass : 3ADate : 8 August 2011 (Monday)Time : 09.00 - 10.00 am (2 periods)Enrolment :Theme : World of KnowledgeTopic : BuildingFocal Skill : SpeakingIntegrated skills : 1.3.1 Listen to and understand key words in stories heard 2.3.1 Responding to ‘wh’ questions 3.3.1 Read and understand phrases 4.3.1 Complete missing letters in wordsPrevious knowledge : Pupils know the name of the buildingKeywords : market, police station, post office, bank, museum, hospital, school, mosque, temple, playground, park, bakeryLearning outcomes : By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to 1. identify and describe five buildings correctly. 2. unscramble four words to form the correct name of a building.Thinking Skills (TS) : 1. Identify the name of buildings 2. Making associations and connections about buildingMultiple Intelligence (MI) : 1. Linguistic 2. Spatial Visual 3. InterpersonalValues and Citizenship (VC) : 1. Cooperation 2. Love for environment. 3. Being thankful to God.Educational Emphases (EE) : Knowledge AcquisitionTeaching aids (TA) : Handouts
  2. 2. Step Skills / Knowledge Teaching-learning activities RemarksSet Speaking 1. Teacher posts questions toInduction pupils.(5 minutes) • Do you go to bank if you are sick? • Do you go to library if you want to withdraw money? • Do you go to clinic if you want to buy bread and bun? • Do you go to post office if you want to buy fruit and vegetable? • Do you go to hospital if you want to eat? • Do you go to school if you want to watch movie? 2. Pupils answer verbally. 3. Teacher asks pupils to guess the title of the lesson based on the questions.Presentation/ Speaking and 1. Teacher asks pupils to refer toIntroduction listening passage on their textbook on(15 minutes) page 107. (Appendix 1) 2. Teacher reads aloud the passage. 3. Pupils read after the teacher. 4. Teacher explains the meaning of unfamiliar words. 5. Teacher asks pupils to read back the passage in group and pair.Practice and Listening and 1. Teacher asks pupils to read backDevelopment writing the passage silently and answer(20 minutes) the questions on their textbook on page 108. 2. Teacher gives a spelling quiz to pupils. • Market • Police Station • Post Office • Bank • Museum
  3. 3. • Hospital • School • Mosque • Church • Temple • Playground • Park • Stadium • Cinema • Factory • Restaurant • Railway Station • Bakery • Petrol Station • Clinic 3. Teacher checks the answer together with pupils. 4. Teacher gives examples on how to describe buildings. • Library o What can you do in the library? o What can you see in the library? • Restaurant o What can you do in the restaurant? o What can you see in the restaurant? 5. Pupils answer verbally.Production Writing 1. Teacher divides pupils into(15 mins) group. 2. Teacher asks pupils to describe the buildings • Market • Police station • Post Office • Bank • Museum • Hospital • School • Playground
  4. 4. 3. Teacher asks pupils to use “Wh” questions to guide them • What can you do? • What can you see? 4. Pupils work in group to complete the activity. 5. Pupils present their findings in front of the class.Closure Lesson summary 1. Teacher asks pupils to create(5 mins) many words from the word “Building”. 2. Pupils present their findings.

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