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Lesson Plan

Subject

: English

Target Group
Duration

: Year 5 Maju / 28 pupils


: 60 minutes

Topic/Theme

: Malaysian Legends /World of Stories

Pupils previous knowledge: Pupils have been exposed to Bujang Senang


story in the previous lesson
Focused skills
Integrated skills

: Listening and Speaking


: Writing

Learning Standards

1.2.4 Able to participate in conversations with peers


1.3.1 Able to listen and demonstrate understanding of oral texts by:
a) sequencing
3.1.1 Able to write in neat legible print with correct spelling:
(a) sentences
Language content

Vocabularies: skull, brave, battle, lost, killed, vowed, revenge, transformed,


recognised
Behavioural Objectives:
By the end of this session, pupils should be able to:
a. Talk about their version of legend story to their peers with correct
pronunciation, intonation, and accuracy.
b. Arrange at least 10 sentences strip to make a story entitled 'Bujang
Senang' by listening to the listening text played by the teacher in
their group
c. Create a version of their own legend story by completing the
worksheet given to them with guidance.
Teaching aids

A manila card of the code message, marker pens, message cards, listening
text, sentences strips, A4 paper/drawing blocks, a manila card of the story
"Bujang Senang", worksheets

Moral value(s)

Fight for our family, Appreciation of literature


Thinking skill(s)

Translating information, Sequencing, Application


Educational emphases :
Learning how to learn skill, Values and citizenship, Knowledge acquisition,
Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Creativity and Innovation,
Entrepreneurship

Stage/Duratio
n
Set Induction
(5 minutes)

Teachinglearning
Procedures

Contents

1. A message
written in codes
is shown to the
pupils

The codes:
#u<@* ^ # *

To engage pupils
into the lesson

Topic:
Bujang Senang

To introduce the
lesson

"What is Bujang
Senang?"

To reinforce their
learning about the
codes from the
previous lesson
(Superheroes)

2. Pupils are
asked to decode
the message.
3. The message
that has been
decoded is the
topic of what
they will learn in
the lesson

"What do you know


about Bujang
Senang?'

Notes

CCTS:
Translating
Information

4. Pupils are
asked some
questions on
what the topic.

EE:
Learning how to
learn skill
(Decoding), Values
and citizenship

5. Pupils are
introduced to
the lesson.

Pre-listening
(10 minutes)

1. Pupils are
divided into four
groups.
2. Each group is
asked to form a
line and sit
down on the
floor.
3. Pupils are told
that they will
play a game
entitled 'Chinese
Whisper'.

Instruction of
'Chinese Whisper':
1) Choose a
leader and
the leader is
supposed to
sit in front of
the line.
2) Teacher will
called the
leader to the
front and
give the
leader the
hint
word/phrase,

To arouse pupils
interest on what
they are about to
listen
To acquire or
revise the
language that
would be
necessary for them
to understand the
listening text later.
Moral value (s):
Cooperation in the
group

4. Pupils play
the game and
the group who
got all the
messages
correct wins the
game.

3)

4)
5. Pupils read
the messages
after the
teacher.
Messages:
1) Bujang
Senang
2) Strong
and Brave
3) Kidnap
his wife
4) Lost the
battle
5) Who hurt
him and
his wife

5)

6)

7)

for example,
"Bujang
Senang".
The leaders
will be asked
to go back to
their groups
The game
begin as the
leaders are
asked to
whisper to
the members
behind
him/her.
The one who
receive the
message
from the
leader will
whisper to
the next
friend until
the message
is whispered
to the last
pupil in the
line.
The last pupil
will be called
upfront and
write the
message on
the
whiteboard.
The game is
repeated
until all
messages
are played in
the game.

EE:
Knowledge
Acquisition

Whilelistening
(20 minutes)

1. Pupils are
asked to sit at
their own seat.
2. Pupils are
now asked to
work in pairs.
3. Each pair will
be given a set of
A4
paper/drawing
blocks, and
sentence strips.
4. Pupils listen
to the listening
text played by
the teacher.
5. Pupils arrange
the sentence
strips based on
the listening
text.

Post-listening
(Speaking)
(20 minutes)

6. Pupils check
their
arrangement of
sentence strips
by listening
again to the
text.
Presentation
1. A story
entitled "Bujang
Senang" is
shown to the
pupils.

Instruction:
1) Each
pair
should
has
an
A4
paper/drawin
g blocks, and
sentence
strips.
2) Pupils
are
asked
to
read
the
sentence
strips
properly.
3) Teacher will
play
the
listening text
and
each
pair
will
arrange the
sentence
strips based
on
the
listening
text.
4) Pupils check
their
answers.

CCTS:
Sequencing
EE:
Information and
Communicative
Technology (ICT)

To improve on their
speaking skill

(Refer the appendix


A and B for the
story and
worksheet)

2. Teacher tells
the story to the
pupils.

Substitution
method is used to
help the pupils to
create their own
version of story
CCTS:
Application,
creating
mental
pictures
EE:
Creativity
and
Innovation,
Entrepreneurship

Practice
1.A worksheet is
given to the
pupils.

Moral Value:

2. In the
worksheet,
pupils are asked
to create their
own version of
the legend story
using the
example given
as their
guidance.

Respect
friend

your

3. Pupils are
asked to
practice telling
their version of
story with their
partner.
Production
1.Some pairs
are called
randomly to the
front to share
their version of
the story to the
class.

Closure
5 minutes

1.Teacher
collects the
worksheet from
the pupils.
2.Teacher
compiles the
worksheets and
creates a book
with the
worksheets.

The Year 5 of Story


Book:
A responsibility
given by the
teacher for all the
pupils to start
writing any story
that they want and
keep it in the book.

3. Teacher gives
the books to the

To summarize the
lesson
Moral values:
Appreciation of
literature
EE:
Contextual
learning

class monitor.
4. Teacher
recaps the
lesson.

Appendix A
There was a strong and brave Iban warrior named Simalungun. His
enemies were jealous of his strength. They decided to kidnap his wife hoping
that she would tell them the secret of his strength. Simalungun fought in a
battle near the Senang River to free his wife. However, he lost the battle
because he was outnumbered. His wife was also killed.
So, what happened to him?
Simalungun vowed to take revenge on the people who hurt him and his
wife. Magic spirits transformed him into a big crocodile, Bujang Senang. It
was easily recognized because it had unique white markings on its back.

Appendix B
(BOY VERSION) Read the text below and create your own version of legend
story using the guidance given.

Example:
There was a strong and brave Malay warrior named Dzairi. His enemies were
jealous of his strength. They decided to kidnap his wife hoping that she would
tell them the secret of his strength.
Dzairi fought in a battle near the Samarahan River to free his wife.
However, he lost the battle because he was outnumbered. His wife was also
kill.
(So, what happened to him?)
Magic spirits transformed him into a big tiger, Bujang Samarahan. It
was easily recognized because it had unique gold marking on its back.

There was a strong and brave _______ (Iban / Bidayuh / Malay) warrior named
___________ (Your name).
His enemies were jealous of his strength.
They decided to kidnap his wife hoping that she would tell them the secret of
his strength.
___________ (Your name) fought in a battle near the _______ (any name you
want) River to free his wife.
However, he lost the battle because he was outnumbered. His wife was also
killed.
So, what happened to him?
___________ (Your name) vowed to take revenge on the people who hurt him
and his wife.
Magic spirits transformed him into a big _________ (any animal you want to
be), _________ (name of the animal).
It was easily recognized because it had unique ___________ ( your favourite
colour) markings on its back.

(GIRL VERSION) Create your own version of legend story. Use the example as
the guidance.
Example:
There was a strong and brave Malay warrior named Dzairi. His enemies were
jealous of his strength. They decided to kidnap his wife hoping that she would
tell them the secret of his strength.
Dzairi fought in a battle near the Samarahan River to free his wife.
However, he lost the battle because he was outnumbered. His wife was also
kill.
(So, what happened to him?)
Magic spirits transformed him into a big tiger, Bujang Samarahan. It
was easily recognized because it had unique gold marking on its back.

There was a strong and brave _______ (Iban / Bidayuh / Malay) warrior named
___________ (Your name).

Her enemies were jealous of her strength.


They decided to kidnap her husband hoping that he would tell them the
secret of her strength.
___________ (Your name) fought in a battle near the _______ (any name you
want) River to free her husband.
However, she lost the battle because she was outnumbered. Her husband
was also killed.
So, what happened to her?
___________ (Your name) vowed to take revenge on the people who hurt her
and her husband.
Magic spirits transformed her into a big _________ (any animal you want to
be), _________ (name of the animal).
It was easily recognized because it had unique ___________ ( your favourite
colour) markings on its back.

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