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DAILY LESSON PLAN YEAR 3

WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

7.30 am – 8.30 am
1 Tuesday 1/1/2019 3 Zamrud English Language Year 3
60 minutes

FOCUS THEME

Listening World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC UNIT 1 - Welcome !

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL


CONTENT STANDARD
1.3 Use appropriate listening strategies in a variety
1.3 Use appropriate listening strategies in a variety of contexts
of contexts

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL

LEARNING STANDARDS 1.3.1 Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words by


2.1.5 Describe people and objects using suitable words and
using visual clues when a teacher or classmate is
phrases
speaking

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:-

OBJECTIVE - Sing a song


- Talk about friend’s name
- Describe physical appearance

Pupils able to sing a song and talk about friend’s name at least in 5 words independently and describe physical
SUCCESS CRITERIA
appearance at least in 5 simple phrases with little guidance .

21ST CENTURY SKILLS Communication


Pre-lesson
1. Pupils sit in circle to introduce themselves ‘My name’s Amir.’
2. Introduce his/her name’s Nurul/Abdul. Pupils introduce themselves and the pupil to their right/left in the circle.
3. Play memory game in the circle to remember names.

Lesson delivery
4. Introduce/review adjectives (p5) using flashcards, drawings and/or pupils as examples if appropriate.
5. Follow with Student’s Book p5 Vocabulary and Activity 1. See Teacher’s Book p.18: Vocabulary, Activity 1, TPR
Activity.
ACTIVITIES
6. Monitor pupils carefully as they listen to the song to evaluate their vocabulary and listening skills. Review vocabulary
next lesson as necessary.

Post-lesson
7. Use flashcards in a whole class game to go over the adjectives again. You could choose an appropriate post-lesson
activity from the list in the introduction that suits your pupils’ needs and interests and that will review the main areas
covered in the lesson

Appearance : Pretty , ugly , straight hair , curly hair , blond hair ,


VOCABULARY
Colours : purple

His name’s .............


LANGUAGE / GRAMMAR FOCUS
Her name’s ...............

ADDED
respect HOT/ ITHINK Circle Map
VALUE
CCE/CE
CCE Language THINKING PROCESS Describing

Student’s book p5 Activity 1


TEACHING AIDS Teacher’s book p18
Adjectives flashcards

LEVEL OF LEARNING Choose an item. ASSESSMENT Choose an item.

Attendance :
/ pupils able to achieve LO and given enrichment exercise (s).
/ pupils not able to achieve LO and given remedial exercise(s).
Strength of the lesson :
Weaknesses of the lesson
REFLECTION Lesson is postponed due to :

Meeting Sick Leave ( MC )

Course Other :

CRK

HOMEWORK Choose an item. Page


DAILY LESSON PLAN YEAR 3

WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

7.30 am – 8.30 am
1 Wednesday 2/1/2019 3 Zamrud English Language Year 3
60 minutes

FOCUS THEME

Speaking World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC UNIT 1 - Welcome !

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL


CONTENT STANDARD
2.1 Communicate simple information intelligibly 1.2 Understand meaning in a variety of familiar contexts

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL


LEARNING STANDARDS
2.1.5 Describe people and objects using suitable 1.2.2 Understand with support specific information and details of
words and phrases short simple texts

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:-

OBJECTIVE - Sing a song


- Talk about friend’s name
- Describe physical appearance

Pupils able to sing a song and talk about friend’s name at least in 5 words independently and describe physical
SUCCESS CRITERIA
appearance at least in 5 simple phrases with little guidance .

21ST CENTURY SKILLS Communication


Pre-lesson
1. Play a game to review vocabulary and language from previous lesson.

Lesson delivery
2. Use flashcards of characters from the textbook to introduce language, e.g. He/she has got brown hair / I have got
brown hair. See also Teacher’s Book p.18: Grammar Box
ACTIVITIES 3. Follow with Activity 2 and Optional activity (Teacher’s Book p.18-19). Remind pupils of the importance of being
sensitive when describing people (e.g. for the adjective ugly).
4. Continue to monitor pupils as they work in pairs. Note which pupils are having difficulties or seem to find the activity
easy. This will be useful for pairing and grouping pupils in future lessons.

Post-lesson
5. See Before leaving activity (Teacher’s Book p.18).
Appearance : Pretty , ugly , straight hair , curly hair , blond hair ,
VOCABULARY
Colours : purple

I have got .....


LANGUAGE / GRAMMAR FOCUS
He has got ......

ADDED
respect HOT/ ITHINK Circle Map
VALUE
CCE/CE
CCE values THINKING PROCESS Describing

Student’s book p5 Activity 1


TEACHING AIDS Teacher’s book p18
Textbook character flashcards

LEVEL OF LEARNING Choose an item. ASSESSMENT Choose an item.

Attendance :
/ pupils able to achieve LO and given enrichment exercise (s).
/ pupils not able to achieve LO and given remedial exercise(s).
Strength of the lesson :
Weaknesses of the lesson
REFLECTION Lesson is postponed due to :

Meeting Sick Leave ( MC )

Course Other :

CRK

HOMEWORK Choose an item. Page


DAILY LESSON PLAN YEAR 3
WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

7.30 am – 8.30 am
1 Thursday 3/1/2019 3 Zamrud English Language Year 3
60 minutes

FOCUS THEME

Reading World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC UNIT 1 - Welcome !

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL

CONTENT STANDARD 3.2 Understand a variety of linear and non-linear


3.2 Understand a variety of linear and non-linear print and
print and digital texts by using appropriate reading
digital texts by using appropriate reading strategies
strategies

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL


LEARNING STANDARDS
3.2.2 Understand specific information and details 3.2.3 Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words from clues
of short simple texts provided by visuals and the topics

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:-


OBJECTIVE - Count ( 10 -100 )
- Talk about possession

SUCCESS CRITERIA Pupils able to count 10 to 100 independently and talk about possession at least in 5 simple sentences with guidance .

21ST CENTURY SKILLS Autonomous learning

Pre-lesson
1. Review previous learning by playing a Guess who game as a whole class.

Lesson delivery
2. Follow with Warm up activity (See Teacher’s Book, p20).
3. Extend with a numbers game to consolidate numbers 1-100 if necessary. Monitor closely to see whether pupils are
comfortable with numbers up to 100. If some are having difficulty, build in extra practice in this lesson (see step 2) and
ACTIVITIES in the next few lessons. Consider setting a homework task related to this.
4. Follow with Activity 1 (Teacher’s Book p.20). Pupils follow the words on the page with their finger as they listen to the
recording. E3
5. Then follow Teacher’s book p.20 for Activity 2.

Post-lesson
6. Play a stand up if it’s true – sit down if it’s false game using have/has got

Numbers : ten , twenty , thirty , forty , fifty , sixty , seventy , eighty , ninenty , a hundred
VOCABULARY
Objects : shells

Numbers up to 100
LANGUAGE / GRAMMAR FOCUS Have you got..?
Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t
ADDED
respect HOT/ ITHINK Circle Map
VALUE
CCE/CE
CCE Language THINKING PROCESS Describing

Student’s Book p.6 Activity 1, p.7 Activity 2


TEACHING AIDS Teacher’s Book p20
Numbers flashcards

LEVEL OF LEARNING Choose an item. ASSESSMENT Choose an item.

Attendance :
/ pupils able to achieve LO and given enrichment exercise (s).
/ pupils not able to achieve LO and given remedial exercise(s).
Strength of the lesson :
Weaknesses of the lesson
Lesson is postponed due to :
REFLECTION
Meeting Sick Leave ( MC )

Course Other :

CRK

HOMEWORK Choose an item. Page


DAILY LESSON PLAN YEAR 3
WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

7.30 am – 8.30 am
1 Sunday 1/1/2019 3 Zamrud English Language Year 3
60 minutes

FOCUS THEME

Writing World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC UNIT 1 - Welcome !

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL


CONTENT STANDARD
4.2 Communicate basic information intelligibly for 4.1 Form letters and words in neat legible print suing cursive
a range of purposes in print and digital media writing

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL


LEARNING STANDARDS
4.2.4 Describe people and objects using suitable 4.1.2 Begin to use cursive handwriting in a limited range of
words and phrases written work

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:


OBJECTIVE
- Describe physical appearance

Pupils able to describe physical appearance or objects at least in 5 words independently and construct 5 simple
SUCCESS CRITERIA
sentence with little guidance .

21ST CENTURY SKILLS Personal and social responsibility

Pre-lesson
1. Play a word game to review family words (e.g. brother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin). You could choose an appropriate
pre-lesson activity from the list in the introduction that suits your pupils’ needs and interests and that will review
language and/or vocabulary and prepare the pupils for the lesson.

Lesson delivery
2. Build model sentences on the board about pupils’ families/your own family: My name’s Hana. I’ve got three sisters
and two brothers. Try to elicit as much language from pupils as possible.
3. Pupils complete worksheet by drawing a picture of themselves and writing about their family under it. Tell pupils that
the work will be displayed so they should take care with handwriting and neatness. Display the pictures in the
classroom.
4. Review questions Has he/she got a brother? How many has he/she got? by asking some pupils. You could also follow
Teacher’s Book p.20 Grammar Box here.
5. Pupils move to the classroom display. Play a guessing game using the worksheets displayed:

P1: Has she got one brother?


P2: No, she hasn’t.
P1: Has she got two brothers?
P2: Yes, she has.
P1: Is she Nur?
P2: Yes, she is. / Yes, that’s right.
Post-lesson
ACTIVITIES
6. Ask pupils some general questions about the display of their work, for example to find a well-drawn picture or some
neat handwriting.
7. Learning diaries:
Tell pupils that each one is going to create their own diaries to write their thoughts. The diary can be a small section in
their notebooks. Ask pupils to think back on their learning so far this week. In their learning diary, they can write:
- New words I remember
- Activities I enjoyed
- A skill I did well in (L/S/R/W)
- A skill I need to do better in (L/S/R/W)
- Something I feel proud of in their English
Pupils may begin the year reflecting in their first language and at a very basic level (simple words). Encourage pupils to
begin to reflect more deeply and using more English as the year goes on. Some pupils will be more able to do this than
others. Support pupils who may need some help and encourage everyone to complete their diaries. Ensure you
allocate time for this activity in your lesson plan.
After the lesson, collect pupils’ writing. Review their work and note common mistakes or problems. Add supportive and
constructive feedback comments to their work and put the worksheets back on display in the classroom if possible.

Appearance : Pretty , ugly , straight hair , curly hair , blond hair ,


VOCABULARY
Colours : purple

I have got....
LANGUAGE / GRAMMAR FOCUS
He has got....

ADDED
respect HOT/ ITHINK Circle Map
VALUE
CCE/CE
CCE Language THINKING PROCESS Describing

Teacher’s Book p.20


TEACHING AIDS Family flashcards
Worksheet for drawing and writing
DAILY LESSON PLAN YEAR 3
LEVEL OF LEARNING Choose an item. ASSESSMENT Choose an item.

Attendance :
/ pupils able to achieve LO and given enrichment exercise (s).
/ pupils not able to achieve LO and given remedial exercise(s).
Strength of the lesson :
Weaknesses of the lesson
REFLECTION Lesson is postponed due to :

Meeting Sick Leave ( MC )

Course Other :

CRK

HOMEWORK Choose an item. Page


DAILY LESSON PLAN YEAR 3
WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

7.30 am – 8.30 am
1 Monday 1/1/2019 3 Zamrud English Language Year 3
60 minutes

FOCUS THEME

Language Arts World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC UNIT 1 - Welcome !

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL


CONTENT STANDARD
4.3 Communicate with appropriate language form and style for
5.3 Express an imaginative response to literary texts
a range of purposes in print and digital media

MAIN SKILL COMPLEMENTARY SKILL

LEARNING STANDARDS 5.3.1 Respond imaginatively and intelligibly


4.3.3 Plan , draft and write an increased range of simple
through creating simple action songs on familiar
sentences
topics

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:-


OBJECTIVE
Create a class year book @ wall display with guided from teacher .

SUCCESS CRITERIA Pupils able to create imaginatively their own class year book @ wall display with guided from the teacher .

21ST CENTURY SKILLS Creativity

In this lesson, pupils will make a class year book in groups. This can either be put together as a book, which can be
copied for each pupil to take home, or it could be an open book, displayed on the wall.
Pre-lesson
1. Distribute the sentence papers, one to each pupil. The pupil should read the sentence and try to guess who it is
about. They should find that pupil and check. Feed back by asking pupils to read the sentence to the class.
Lesson delivery
2. Put pupils in groups of 5-6 pupils. Give each pupil in the group a number or letter, e.g. Pupil A, B, C, etc. Ask pupils to
write two sentences about another pupil in the group (Pupil A about pupil B, pupil B about pupil C, etc.) in their
notebook.
3. Monitor as pupils write and support them as necessary. Encourage pupils to support each other in their groups. As
you monitor, you could take a photo of each group. When groups are finished, they can help you to upload and print
out the photo of their group.
ACTIVITIES
4. Ask each group to check each other’s sentences and to discuss any changes that are needed before writing a final
version.
For a wall display:
Pupils write on a small piece of paper. They will then put up the photo on the display with the papers around it and a
piece of string connecting it to the picture of the pupil it describes.
For a class book:
Pupils stick the photo in the middle of the page and write the descriptions around it, connecting them to the pupil in
the photo with a line.
Post-lesson
5. Encourage pupils to look at the display/book by asking questions. You could, for example, ask pupils to tell you what
they like about each group’s work, or you could play a Find someone who.. game (e.g. Find someone who has curly
hair / Which group has two pupils who have long hair etc). Use this to see pupils’ progress).

Appearance : Pretty , ugly , straight hair , curly hair , blond hair ,


VOCABULARY
Colours : purple

He’s got ..............


LANGUAGE / GRAMMAR FOCUS
She’s got .............

ADDED
respect HOT/ ITHINK Circle Map
VALUE
CCE/CE
CCE Language THINKING PROCESS Describing

Prepare and write a sentence (using the target structure) about each pupil on a strip of paper
A digital camera and computer to upload and print out photos
TEACHING AIDS Plain paper, string and scissors (if making a wall display)
Plain paper, glue and ruler (if making a class book)
*Choose your choice*

LEVEL OF LEARNING Choose an item. ASSESSMENT Choose an item.


DAILY LESSON PLAN YEAR 3
Attendance :
/ pupils able to achieve LO and given enrichment exercise (s).
/ pupils not able to achieve LO and given remedial exercise(s).
Strength of the lesson :
Weaknesses of the lesson
REFLECTION
Lesson is postponed due to :

Meeting Sick Leave ( MC )

Course Other :

CRK

HOMEWORK Choose an item. Page