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TEACHING ORGANISER

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Name of Teacher(s):MAS TYNNA WATI BINTI AHMAD
RABIATUL ADAWIYAH @ VIJAYA
AMIRAH ADILAH BINTI MUJAHID
HASLINA ZAKARIA
NUR HIJRAH BINTI AMAT SUJANGI

Form Duration(weeks) Grammar Item(s)


1A/ 1B/ 1C 4 Weeks Simple past tense
Simple Present tense
Simple future tense
Adjectives of quality

Domain (s) Theme Topic

Educational Science and Technology Robots Around Us

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EXPECTATIONS
(questions/statements to be answered while and after lessons-similar to objectives)
1. Describe a brief history of Robotech
2. Explain Pros and Cons of technology
3. Design and present a future robot

TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Inquiry- Based Learning


2. Pupil-Centredness

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CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENTS

1. Science and Technology- Inculcate interest in Science and Technology to accelerate


literacy
2. Creativity and Innovation - Innovative thinking

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Listening and Speaking Duration:1.5 hours
Content Standard(s):
1.3 Listen to and respond critically to a wide range of spoken, audio and visual texts
1.4 Speak intelligibly, eloquently and appropriately for different purposes, audiences, contexts and
cultures
Learning Standard(s):
1.3.2 Listen to and respond to audio and visual texts to:
(i) compare and contrast
1.4.1 express feelings and give simple descriptions of personal experiences orally
Activity(ies):
1. Watch video clips about the pros and cons of robots in our life
2. Pair- work - completing I-think map {Bubble Map}
3. Whole-class discussion/Mini debate
4. Make conclusion and share it with whole class orally
Formative Assessment:
Completion of i-Think map

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Resources:
Youtube videos
How Robots are making us happier https://youtu.be/UFlXoBqM8uY
Pros and cons of artificial intelligence https://youtu.be/_VvWzO6cqsw

Reflection:

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Reading Duration: 2 hours
Content Standard(s): hours
2.2 Apply a range of strategies to comprehend texts related to everyday living
2.3 Analyse and evaluate various text
Learning Standard(s):
2.2.2 Locate and organize information by; i) using graphic organisers
2.2.3 Analyse and infer information by; i) using textual clues to predict outcomes or conclusions ii)
finding meaning of unfamiliar words
2.3.2 Read various texts and select information for specific purposes
Activity(ies):
1. Whole class discussion about history of robots
2. Read the given text and transfer information into Graphic Organisers
3. Complete a flow map to show the chronological order of robotic history
Formative Assessment:
Completion of graphic organiser
Completion of mind map
Resources:
1. Website: text 1 A Brief History of Robot
http://cs.stanford.edu/people/eroberts/courses/soco/projects/1998-99/robotics/history.html

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Reflection:

Writing Duration: 2.5 hours

Content Standard(s):

3.1 Apply appropriate writing skills and strategies

Learning Standard(s):

3.1.2 organise and write ideas in a paragraph: ii) captions for illustrations, posters and cartoons

3.1.3 apply prewriting strategies i) brainstorming (mind maps, bubblemaps etc.)

Activity(ies):

1. Brainstorm ( given pictures)

2. In pairs, write captions for the pictures given (robots in the past, present and future)

3. Create a mind map based on the br ainstorming session

Formative Assessment:

1. Peer editing

Resources:

1. Pictures (links from Google Image)

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Reflection:

Grammar Duration: 1 hour


Content Standard(s): hours
4.1 identify and use language structures appropriately according to context

Learning Standard(s):

4.1.7 identify and use tenses appropriately according to context


i) simple present tense
ii) simple past tense
iii) simple future tense

Activity(ies):

1. DIscuss forms of verbs (past, present and future) in the given table

2. Identify errors in paragraphs and correct them

Formative Assessment:

1. complete a worksheet given

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Resources:

Worksheet

Reflection:

ACTION-ORIENTED TASK(S) Duration: 3 hours


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(These action-oriented tasks ensure that all the four language skills and the Grammar elements
taught are integrated to emulate real-life situations. These tasks and experiences will be the bridging that helps students to
overcome challenges in real life which require them to communicate in English.)
Content Standard(s):
3.2 produce a variety of texts for creative, personal purposes
4.1 identify and use language structures appropriately according to context
Learning Standard(s):
3.2.2. write for creative and personal purposes (scrap book)
4.1.3 identify and use adjective appropriately according to context (adjective)
Activity(ies):
1. Design a future robot based on examples that they have searched for at home.
2. Use adjective of quality to describe the robot.

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3. Compile all completed worksheets and maps from previous lesson into a scrapbook.
4. Design a front page and title for the scrapbook.
5. Gallery walk
Assessment:

Completion of the scrapbook

Resources:

1. Worksheets, Google

Reflection:

Literature in Action Duration: 4 hours


Content Standard(s):
hours
5.1 Engage and respond to a variety of literary texts to express understanding of the broader world of
ideas and concepts
5.2 Use a wide range of literary texts to convey views for different purposes and audiences, and relate
them to real life situations
Learning Standard(s):
5.1.1 Listen to and respond orally to various literary works
5.1.2 Read and understand various literary works

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5.2.3 create and produce linear and/or graphic presentation in a fun manner
Activity(ies):

1. Read and understand the graphic novel King Arthur.

2. In groups, make a bubble map of the main characters and their characteristics from the graphic
novel.

3. Roleplay the characters based on their characteristics and their peers have to guess who the
character is (roleplay charade).

4. Create a relationship chart between the characters.

Formative Assessment:

Completion of the presentation.

Resources:

Literature text (Graphic Novel- King Arthur)

Reflection

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