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TEACHING ORGANISER

THEME: HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT


CHAPTER 3: NATURES WARNING
CHAPTER 15: KEEP GREEN, KEEP CLEAN

WEEK 7-9
(13.2.2017-3.3.2017)

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Name of Teacher(s): Mdm Azlina bt Khairudin

Mdm Suhana bt Hussin

Form(s) Duration (weeks) Grammar Item(s)

1. Regular and irregular verbs


2. Simple Past Tense
3 3. Modals can / may / might

Domain(s) Theme Topic(s)

Public, Educational Health and Environment Natures Warning


Keep Green, Keep Clean

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EXPECTATIONS
(questions/statements to be answered while and after lessons-similar to objectives)

1. Describe the cause and effect of pollution.


2. Describe ways to conserve water.
3. Explain the importance of caring for the environment.

TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Inquiry-Based Learning.

2. Cooperative Learning.

CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENTS

1. Values

Encompass aspects of spirituality, humanity and citizenship.

2. Environmental Sustainability

Making life sustainable for the planet has to be instilled and nurtured in pupils through teaching and learning.

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LISTENING & SPEAKING Duration: 2 hours

Content Standard(s):

1.3 Listen to and respond critically to a wide range of visual texts


1.4 Speak intelligibly, eloquently and appropriately for different purposes, audiences, contexts and cultures

Learning Standard(s):

1.3.1 (F1) Listen to and respond to visual texts to:


(i) retrieve main ideas
(ii) retrieve supporting details
1.4.1 (F1) Express feelings and give simple descriptions of personal experiences orally.

Activity(ies):

1. Whole-class discussion: discuss the types of pollution and their causes using iThink map bubble map.
2. Watch a YouTube video: Save the Sungai Pinang River
3. Pair work: discuss and list down ways to stop water pollution
4. Present to the class.

Formative Assessment:

1. Completion of iThink map bubble map.


2. Presentation.

Resources:

1. YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUyluAUfxko.

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Reflection:

READING Duration: 1 hour

Content Standard(s):
2.1 Demonstrate understanding of a variety of texts using a range of strategies to construct meaning
2.2 Apply a range of strategies to comprehend texts related to everyday living
2.3 Analyse and evaluate various text
Learning Standard(s):
2.1.2 (F1) Understand meaning or words from print media by using
(i) dictionary
2.2.1 (F1) Demonstrate understanding by:
(i) identifying main ideas
2.2.3 (F1) Analyse and infer information by:
(ii) finding meaning of unfamiliar words
2.3.1 (F1) Read various texts and retrieve information by:
(i) skimming and scanning
Activity(ies):

1. Read the given text.


2. Whole-class discussion: what are the ways to conserve water using iThink map bubble map.
3. Complete comprehension exercise based on text.
4. Vocabulary Items.

Formative Assessment:

1. Completion of iThink map bubble map.


2. Completion of comprehension exercise.

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Resources:

1. Textbook, pages 178 179.


2. Dictionary.

Reflection:

WRITING Duration: 1.5 hours

Content Standard(s):

3.1 Apply appropriate writing skills and strategies


3.2 Produce a variety of texts for creative, personal, academic and functional purposes

Learning Standard(s):
3.1.3 (F1) Apply pre-writing strategies:
(i) brainstorming (mind maps, bubble maps etc)
(ii) note-taking
(iii) outlining
3.1.4 (F1) Select relevant information and elaborate ideas using appropriate cohesive devices
3.2.1 (F1) Write for academic and functional purposes:
(ii) letters

Activity(ies):

1. Discussion on the formt of formal letter (handout example of formal letter).


2. Whole-class discussion: the importance of gotong royong.
3. Pair work: brainstorm and make an outline of activities that have to be done during a gotong royong in school using iThink map
tree map.

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4. Write a first draft of the letter and peer edit.
5. Write the formal letter to an authority requesting help.

Formative Assessment:

1. Completion of iThink map tree map.


2. Completion of formal letter.

Resources:

1. Handout example of formal letter.


2. Textbook, page 180.

Reflection:

GRAMMAR Duration: 1 hour

Content Standard(s):

4.1 Identify and use language structures appropriately according to context

Learning Standard(s):

4.1.5 (F1) Identify and use verbs appropriately according to context:


(i) regular
(ii) irregular
4.1.7 (F1) Identify and use tenses appropriately according to context
(ii) simple past tense
4.1.9 (F1) Identify and use modals appropriately according to context:

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(i) can
(ii) may
(iii) might

Activity(ies):

1. Discuss regular and irregular verbs with examples.


2. Complete Task 1 / 2.
3. Highlight regular and irregular verbs in Simple Past Tense in a newspaper article.
4. Discuss the differences between modals may / might / can with examples.
5. Complete Task 1 / 2.

Formative Assessment:

1. Completion of tasks.

Resources:

1. Textbook, pages 33, 181.


2. Newspaper article.

Reflection:

ACTION-ORIENTED TASK(S)
Duration: 2 hours
(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

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overcome challenges in real life which require them to communicate in English.)
Content Standard(s):

1.2 Listen to, engage and interpret meaningful conversations


4.1 Identify and use language structures appropriately according to context
Learning Standard(s):

1.2.1 (F1) Listen to and respond to directions, instructions and procedures.


4.1.9 (F1) Identify and use modals appropriately according to context:
(i) can
(ii) may
(iii) might
Activity(ies):

1. Whole-class discussion: discuss the effects of pollution to people and what we can do to stop pollution.
2. Group work: create posters using the modal verbs.
3. Bound the posters to create a scrapbook.

Assessment:

1. Completion of posters.
2. Scrapbook.

Resources:

1. Drawing pad.
2. Mah-jong / coloured papers.
3. Markers / crayons.

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Reflection:

LITERATURE IN ACTION Duration: 1.5 hours

Content Standard(s):
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
5.2.1 Identify meaning of words based on context.
Activity(ies):

1. Read the short story Fairs Fair.


2. Pair work: list down the characters in the short story and their relationship with each other using a relationship chart.
3. Pair work: list down all the side jobs that the characters have undertaken and what happens afterwards using iThink map multi-
flow map.
4. Whole-class discussion: discuss their opinions on the short story.

Formative Assessment:

1. Completion of i-Think map multi-flow map.


2. Completion of lists.

Resources:

1. Literature Text: Short Story Fairs Fair.

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2. Relationship Chart.

Reflection:

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