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Lesson Plan for Listening and Speaking

Subject

: English

Class

:4H

Date

: 29 April 2015 (Wednesday)

Time

: 10.20 am 11.20 am

Level

: Below Intermediate

Enrolment

: 20 students

Theme

: World of Stories

Topic

: Unit 6 Tell Me a Story

Focused skills

: Listening and speaking

Integrated skills

: Reading, writing

Content standard

1.3 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to understand and
respond to oral texts in a variety of contexts.
Learning standard
1.3.1

Able to listen to and demonstrate understanding of oral texts by:


(b) sequencing

Learning Objectives :
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
1. answer questions related to the story
2. rearrange the paper strips to form a flow map
3. carry out a role play
Moral Values

: Do not tell lie

Teaching Resources : Audio clip, video, power point, flow map, script, worksheet

Stage/Time
Set Induction

Content
Pictures

(+/-5
minutes)

Teaching and Learning Activities


1. Teacher shows a picture from
the story The Boy who Cried

Questions:
1. What can
you see
from this
picture?
2. What is this
story?

Presentation

Listening to story

(+/- 20

Question and

minutes)

answer

Wolf.
2. Teacher asks questions related
to the picture.
3. Teacher shows the cover
picture of the story The Boy
Who Cried Wolf.
4. Teacher introduces the topic
today.
1. Teacher shows a list of
questions related to the story.
2. Teacher plays an audio The
Boy who Cried Wolf.
3. Teacher asks the students

Questions:
1. What are
the
characters
in the
story?
2. What did

questions.
5. Teacher discusses the
answers with the students.
6. Teacher plays a video of the
story The Boy who Cried
Wolf.

Remarks
Rationale:
To arouse
students interest
Teaching
Resources:
Power point

Rationale:
To introduce the
occupations
To teach the
correct word stress
Teaching
Resources:
Audio clip
Power point
Video

the boy do?


3. What did
the villagers
feel when
they know
the boy was
lying?
4. What is the
moral value
of the
Practice

story?
Rearrange the

(+/- 15

story

minutes)

Flow map

1. Teacher divides students into

Rationale:

groups.
2. Teacher distributes paper

To let students

strips of the story to the


students.
3. Students arrange the paper
strips to form a complete story.
4. Teacher discusses the

understand the
flow of the story
better
Teaching

answers with the students.


5. Students read the answer after
the teacher.

Resources:
Paper strips (Refer
to Appendix 1)
Flow map (Refer to

Production

Role play

(+/- 15

1. Teacher divides students into


groups.
2. Each group of students will be

minutes)

given speech bubbles.


3. Students practise the
dialogues in groups.
4. Students perform their role

Closure &

Summary of the

Follow-up

lesson

(+/- 5

Homework

minutes)

Appendix 2)
Rationale:
To let students
learn English in a
fun way
Teaching

play in front of the class group

Resources:

by group.

Script (Refer to

1. Teacher summarises the topic.


2. Teacher instills moral values in
the students.
3. Teacher distributes worksheet
to the students.
4. Students have to fill in the
blanks.

Appendix 3)
Rationale:
To summarise the
lesson
To enhance the
students memory
on the story
Moral value:
Do not tell lie
Teaching
Resources:
Worksheet (Refer
to Appendix 4)

Appendix 1

Once upon a time, there was a shepherd boy who spent his days on the hillside watching
over the sheep. He became bored watching over the sheep.
One day, he came up with an idea! He ran around and cried: Wolf! Wolf! The wolf is
chasing the sheep! The villagers heard the boy and ran up the hill to help the boy.
But, when the villagers arrived, there was no wolf. The villagers wondered, Where is the
wolf?
The boy laughed, Hahahahaha! I couldnt believe I tricked you all! I was just joking! The
villagers were very angry and went down the hill.
Few days later, the boy felt bored again. He cried, Wolf! Wolf! Please, come and help
me!
The villagers heard it and ran up to the hill again. But, there was still no wolf. The
villagers asked, Where is the wolf? Where is the wolf? The boy laughed, I tricked you
again! There was no wolf!
The villagers went down the hill angrily and said they would not trust the boy next time.
One day, a wolf suddenly appeared! The boy cried, Wolf! Wolf! Wolf! Please! Someone
come and help! However, the villagers do not believe the boy.
Finally, the wolf ate all the sheep and the boy regretted. He promised he would not tell lie
again.

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Appendix 3
Scene 1:
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a shepherd boy who watched over the sheep.
Shepherd boy: Haih, I have to watch over the sheep again. It was so boring.
One day, he brought the sheep up to the hill. He was bored and came up with an idea.
Shepherd boy: Ahhh! I have a good idea!
Scene 2:
Narrator: The shepherd boy decided to play with the villagers.
Shepherd boy: Wolf! Wolf! There is a wolf! Help! Help!
Narrator: The villagers heard and ran up to the hill.
Villager 1: Where is the wolf?
Villager 2: Where is the wolf?
Shepherd boy: Hahahahaha! I am just playing a trick!
Narrator: The villagers were very angry and went down the hill.
Scene 3:
Narrator: Few days later, the shepherd boy felt bored again. He wanted to play the villagers
again.
Shepherd boy: Wolf! Wolf! Wolfffff! Help, please!!
Narrator: The villagers heard it and ran up the hill. But, they still saw nothing.
Villager 1: Where is the wolf?
Villager 2: Where is the wolf?
Shepherd boy: Ha! Ha! Ha! I tricked you again! I was just joking.
Scene 4:
Narrator: One day, a real wolf disappeared!
Wolf: Woooooooooooooooooo~
Shepherd boy: There is a wolf! Help! Help! Somebody, please come and help me!
Narrator: But, the villagers did not trust the boy and did nothing.
Shepherd boy: Help! (Cry)
Scene 5:
Narrator: The shepherd boy was very sad and promised he will not tell lie anymore.
Shepherd boy: (Cry) I have lost all my sheep! I will not tell lie anymore. (Cry)

Appendix 4
__________________

Date: ________________

Name: ____________________
Fill in the blanks.
______________________________, there lived a ______________________.
Ohh, I am so bored. Isnt there anything fun I can do?
The shepherd boy came up with an idea. And, he ran into town yelling, Wolf! Wolf! There is
a wolf!
The ______________ all came up.
Hahahahha! I just made that up! I cant believe I tricked you all!
The villagers were very _______________ and went down the hill.
The boy had so much fun.
A few days later, the boy played the wolf trick again.
Wolf! Wolf! Theres a huge wolf!
The villagers came up the hill again.
Hahahahhah! I tricked you again! said shepherd boy.
The villagers were very angry and went down the hill.
One day, a big wolf really ________________.
Help! Help! Please, someone help! There is a wolf! cried the shepherd boy.
The villagers did not _______________ the shepherd boy.
Finally, the wolf ate up all the sheep.
The shepherd boy was very sad, Wuuuuu, my sheep, my poor sheep!