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TEACHING ORGANISER

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Name of Teacher(s): Cik Nur Hayatt, Cik Suriani
Form Duration(weeks) Grammar Item(s)
1 3 weeks 4.1.1 Identify and use nouns appropriately
according to context.
a) Singular nouns
b) plural nouns
c) Subject verb agreement

Domain (s) Theme Topic


1) Personal People and Culture A Bundle of Joy
2) Educational

EXPECTATIONS
(questions/statements to be answered while and after lessons-similar to objectives)
1) Talk about how different cultures celebrate the birth of newborns
2) Can accept and decline invitations

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TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES

1) Collaborative Learning
2) Student-centredness

CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENTS

1) Values Being thrifty and wise in spending money


2) Language Language registers in order to develop ideas and communicate effectively

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Listening and Speaking Duration: 1 hour
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): 1.3.1 Listen to the spoken, audio and visual texts to:

i) retrieve main ideas

1.4.1 Express feelings and give simple descriptions of personal experiences orally
1.4.2 Participate in simple conversations using speech acts:
(iii) invitation
(vii) refusal

Activity(ies):

- Pair work role play a telephone conversation


- Role play to decline the invitation using the expression
- Listen to a video clip and fill in blanks in a worksheet
- Whole-class discussion

Formative Assessment: Oral presentation in the classroom

Resources: text book audio

Reflection:

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Reading Duration: 1 hour
Content Standard(s): 2.2 Apply a range of strategies to comprehend texts related to everyday living

2.3 Analyse and evaluate various texts

Learning Standard(s): 2.2.1 Demonstrate understanding by :


(i) identifying main ideas in given texts

2.2.2 Locate and organise information by:


(i) using graphic organisers

2.3.1 Read various texts and retrieve information by:


(i) skimming and scanning
Activity(ies):

- Read a given text and underline unfamiliar words

- Students fill in KWLH sheet and share with partner

- Match the main ideas to the correct paragraph

- whole class discussion

Formative Assessment:

main ideas identification

Resources: handout

Reflection:

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Writing Duration: 1.5 hours
Content Standard(s): 3.1 Can apply appropriate writing skills and strategies effectively.

3.2
Produce a variety of texts for creative, personal, academic and functional purposes
Learning Standard(s): 3.1.3 Can apply pre-writing strategies:
c) outlining.

3.2.2 Write for creative and personal expressions:


(ii) journals

Activity(ies):

- fill in the pre-writing strategies


- write a journal entry on a ceremony you have attended

Formative Assessment:

Peer-editing of scripts / Teacher-guided discussion or checking of scripts

Resources:

Pre writing strategies sample

Reflection:

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Grammar Duration: 1 hour
Content Standard(s): 4.1 Can identify and use language structures appropriately according to context.

Learning Standard(s): 4.1.1 Identify and use nouns appropriately according to context.
a) Singular nouns
b) plural nouns
c) Subject verb agreement

4.1.4 Identify and use articles appropriately according to context.


(i) indefinite article a and an

Activity(ies):

- complete the graphic diagram with the singular and plural forms
- complete the bridge map
- underline the correct Subject verb Agreement

Formative Assessment:

SVA exercise

Resources: textbook, handout

Reflection:

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ACTION-ORIENTED TASK(S)
(These action-oriented tasks ensure that all the four language skills and the Grammar elements
Duration: 3 hours
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): 1.4 Speak intelligibly, eloquently and appropriately for different purposes, audiences, contexts and

cultures
3.1 Can apply appropriate writing skills and strategies effectively.

Learning Standard(s): 1.2.1(F1) Can listen to and respond to directions, instructions and procedures.

1.4.1 Express feelings and give simple descriptions of personal experiences orally
3.2.2 Write for creative and personal expressions:
(iii) posters and slogans
Activity(ies):

- Interview parents or grandparents


- Look up materials in the library or on the Internet
- Find photographs or draw pictures
- Organise materials and put them up in posters for display or PowerPoint presentations.

Assessment: Power Point Presentation or Poster for display

Resources:

Reflection:

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Literature in Action Duration: 3 hours
Content Standard(s): 5.1 Can engage and respond to a variety of literary texts to express understanding of the broader
world of ideas and concepts

Learning Standard(s):
5.1.1 Listen to and respond orally to various literary works.
5.1.2 Can read and understand various literary works.
5.1.3 Can share personal responses of issues related to literary works and develop new ideas
or solve problems.
Activity(ies):

- Reading and understanding the short story Fairs Fair

- Group work - Recognising the characters in the story by showing their characteristics using bubble map

- Students fill in the double bubble map of the similarities and the differences between the characters.

Formative Assessment: Oral presentation during Gallery Walk.

- Handout double bubble map.

Resources: Literature Component text (Fairs Fair Form 1 Short Story)

Reflection: