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UNIT 1

WELCOME

LESSON 1
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 1 (Listening 1)/TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Listening
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS : Possessive
pronouns His / Her + name + ‘s (contraction)
TOPIc: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT : Language;
Values
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Listening Main Skill: Listening
1.3 Use appropriate listening strategies in a 1.3.1 Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words by
variety of contexts using visual clues when a teacher or classmate is
Complementary Skill: Speaking speaking
2.1 Communicate simple information intelligibly Complementary Skill: Speaking
2.1.5 Describe people and objects using suitable
words and phrases
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.5 Activity 1
Teacher’s Book p.18
Adjectives flashcards
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Pupils sit in circle to introduce themselves Gallery Walk
My name’s [Amir].
2. Introduce His/Her name’s [Nurul/Abdul]. Assessment
Pupils introduce themselves and the pupil to Choose an item.
their right/left in the circle.
3. Play memory game in the circle to remember Reflection
names.  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
learning objective:Click here to enter text.
Lesson delivery  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
4. Introduce/review adjectives (p.5) using guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
flashcards, drawings and/or pupils as given to 4 pupils.
examples if appropriate.
5. Follow with Student’s Book p.5 Vocabulary Remarks
and Activity 1. See Teacher’s Book p.18: Choose an item.
Vocabulary, Activity 1, TPR Activity.
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 with the whole class to play a
guessing game to review the adjectives again.
LESSON 2
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 2 (Speaking 1)/ TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Speaking
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:have got (1st &
3rd person statements)
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Values
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Speaking Main Skill: Speaking
2.1Communicate simple information intelligibly 2.1.5Describe people and objects using suitable
Complementary Skill: Listening words and phrases
1.2 Understandmeaning in a variety of familiar Complementary Skill: Listening
contexts 1.2.2Understand with support specific
information and details of short simple texts
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.5 Activity 2
Teacher’s Book p.18–19
Textbook character flashcards
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Play a game to review vocabulary and Gallery Walk
language from previous lesson.
Assessment
Lesson delivery Choose an item.
2. Use flashcards of characters from the
textbook to introduce language, Reflection
e.g. He/She has got brown hair / I have got  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
brown hair. See also Teacher’s Book p.18: learning objective:Click here to enter text.
Grammar Box  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
3. Follow with Activity 2 and Optional activity guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
(Teacher’s Book p.18–19). Remind pupils of given to 4 pupils.
the importance of being sensitive when
describing people (e.g. for the adjective ugly). Remarks
Choose an item.
Post-lesson
4. Pupils reflect what they have learned from
this topic.
LESSON 3
DATE : Tuesday, 15 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 3(Reading 1)/ TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Reading
THEME :World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS:Numbers up to
100 / have got question and Yes/No answer
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language;
Values
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Reading Main Skill: Reading
3.2Understand a variety of linear and non-linear 3.2.2Understand specific information and details
print and digital texts by using appropriate of short simple texts
reading strategies Complementary Skill: Reading
Complementary Skill: Reading 3.2.3Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words
3.2Understand a variety of linear and non-linear from clues provided by visuals and the topic
print and digital texts by using appropriate
reading strategies
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.Click here to enter text. Student’s Book p.6 Activity 1, p.7 Activity 2
Teacher’s Book p.20
Numbers flashcards
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Review previous learning by playing a Guess Gallery Walk
who game as a whole class.
Assessment
Lesson delivery Quiz
2. Follow with Warm up activity (See Teacher’s
Book, p.20). Reflection
3. Extend with a numbers game to consolidate  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
numbers 1–100 if necessary. learning objective:Click here to enter text.
4. Follow with Activity 1 (Teacher’s Book p.20).  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
Pupils read the text as they listen by tracking guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
the words on the page with their finger as given to 4 pupils.
they listen to the recording.
5. Then follow Teacher’s Book p.20 for Activity Remarks
2. Ask pupils to use the pictures in the story Choose an item.
to guess the meaning of the words they don’t
know in Activity 2.

Post-lesson
6. Play a Stand up if it’s true – sit down if it’s
false game using have/has got.
LESSON 4
DATE : Thursday, 17 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 4 (Writing 1)/ TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Writing
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Have got
statements
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Writing Main Skill: Writing
4.2Communicate basic information intelligibly 4.2.4Describe people and objects using suitable
for a range of purposes in print and digital media words and phrases
Complementary Skill: Writing Complementary Skill: Writing
4.1Form letters and words in neat legible print 4.1.2Begin to use cursive handwriting in a
using cursive writing limited range of written work
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Teacher’s Book p.20
Family flashcards
Worksheet for drawing and writing
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Play a word game to review family words Gallery Walk
(e.g. brother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin).
Assessment
Lesson delivery Choose an item.
2. Build model sentences on the board about
pupils’ families/your own family: My name’s Reflection
Hana. I’ve got three sisters and two brothers.  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
3. Pupils complete worksheet by drawing a learning objective:Click here to enter text.
picture of their family and writing about it  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
under the picture. guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
4. Go around the classroom and check the given to 4 pupils.
pupils’ writing.
5. Review questions Has he/she got a brother? Remarks
How many has he/she got? by asking some Choose an item.
pupils.
6. 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.

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7. Ask pupils some general questions about the
display of their work, for example to find a
well-drawn picture or some neat
handwriting.
8. Complete the learning diary.
LESSON 5
DATE : Monday, 21 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 5 (Language Arts 1)/ NON-TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Language Arts
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: have got 3rd
person, has contraction
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language; ICT
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Language Arts Main Skill: Language Arts
5.3Express an imaginative response to literary 5.3.1 Respondimaginatively and intelligibly
texts through creating simple action songs on familiar
Complementary Skill: Writing topics. Other imaginative responses as
4.3Communicate with appropriate language appropriate.
form and style for a range of purposes in print Complementary Skill: Writing
and digital media 4.3.3Plan, draft and write an increased range of
simple sentences
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Sentence strips
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. A digital camera and computer to upload and
print out photos
Plain paper, string and scissors
Plain paper, glue and ruler
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Distribute the sentence papers, one to each Gallery Walk
pupil. Pupils read their sentence and try to
guess who it is about. They should find that Assessment
pupil and check. Feed back by asking pupils Choose an item.
to read the sentence to the class.
Reflection
Lesson delivery  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
2. Put pupils in groups of 5–6 pupils. Give each learning objective:Click here to enter text.
pupil in the group a number or letter, e.g.  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
Pupil A, B, C, etc. Ask pupils to write two guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
sentences that describe another pupil’s given to 4 pupils.
appearance in the group (Pupil A about pupil
B, pupil B about pupil C, etc.). They can write Remarks
their sentences in their notebook. For Choose an item.
example, Amir has a green hat. He likes green
colour.
3. Ask each group to check each other’s
sentences and to discuss any changes that
are needed before writing a final version.
4. For a wall display: Pupils write on a small
piece of paper. They 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.
5. 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.
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6. Encourage pupils to look at the display/book
by asking them questions.
7. Play a Find someone who... game (e.g. Find
someone who has curly hair / Which group
has two pupils who have long hair, etc).
LESSON 6
DATE : Wednesday, 23 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 6 (Listening 2)/ TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Listening
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Have got
(+any) question + Yes/No answer
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill:Listening Main Skill: Listening
1.2 Understandmeaning in a variety of familiar 1.2.2Understand with support specific
contexts information and details of short simple texts
Complementary Skill: Writing Complementary Skill - Writing
4.3Communicate with appropriate language 4.3.1Use capital letters, full stops and question
form and style for a range of purposes in print marks appropriately in guided writing at
and digital media sentence level
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.7 Activity 3
Teacher’s Book p.21
Vocabulary flashcards
Word & punctuation cards
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Using flashcards, review key vocabulary and Gallery Walk
questions. Alternatively, choose to deliver an
appropriate pre-lesson activity that suits Assessment
your pupils’ needs/interests and that will Choose an item.
review language and/or vocabulary and
prepare the pupils for the lesson. Reflection
 Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
Lesson delivery learning objective:Click here to enter text.
2. Follow the steps in Teacher’s Book p.21 for  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
Activity 3. guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
3. Using the word and punctuation cards, work given to 4 pupils.
with pupils to build a model sentence on the
board. Remarks
4. In their notebooks, pupils write a sentence Choose an item.
about one of the people in Activity 3.
5. Partners read each other’s sentences to
guess who it is. Encourage them to check
their partner’s work for correct punctuation
(use of capitals, full stops and apostrophes).
6. Pupils rewrite their sentence based on their
partner’s feedback.
7. Review and give feedback on pupils’ written
work for both first and second drafts as well
as the peer’s feedback. Make a note of
common problems to review next lesson.
Post-lesson
8. Play a word & punctuation un-jumble game
on the board
LESSON 7
DATE : Friday, 25 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 7 (Speaking 2)/TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Speaking
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Have got
(+any) question + Yes/No answer
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Speaking Main Skill: Speaking
2.1Communicate simple information intelligibly 2.1.5Describe people and objects using suitable
Complementary Skill: Listening words and phrases
1.2 Understandmeaning in a variety of familiar Complementary Skill: Listening
contexts 1.2.5Understand a wide range of short
supported questions
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.7 Activity 4
Teacher’s Book p.21
Strips of paper
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Play a game to review key vocabulary. Gallery Walk

Lesson delivery Assessment


1. Review the answers to Activity 3 (Student’s Choose an item.
Book p.7, from last lesson) by asking pupils
about the people and what they have got. Reflection
2. Follow the guidelines in Teacher’s Book p.21 _____/_____of pupils able to achieved the
for Activity 4 stipulated learning objective and given
3. Give pupils a strip of paper. Ask them to enrichment exercise (s)
write something they have got lots of and _____/_____of pupils unable to achieved the
how many they’ve got (e.g. I have got 15 stipulated learning objective
books.).
4. Model the change of form (3rd to 1st person) Follow up
as necessary. Point out the common _____ pupils were given remedial exercise
contraction ‘ve and contrast it with ‘s for _____ pupils were given extra guidance.
third person. _____ pupils were given peer-to-peer assistance.
5. Put pupils in large groups. One pupil collects
the papers, mixes them and redistributes Remarks
them. ______ Lesson has been carried out successfully.
6. Pupils read the strips and take turns to ask ______ Today’s lesson will be carried forward due
the group members Have you got…? to find to;
out whose paper it is. At the end, pupils
report to the group: Aiman has got 15 books.
Post-lesson
7. Ask pupils to tell you something interesting
they found out about a friend.
8. Ask pupils to reflect on their own
performance by asking for hands up, e.g. …if
you spoke clearly …if you understood your
friends well… if you want to speak more
loudly…
LESSON 8
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 8 (Reading 2)/TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Reading
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Modal can
+verb
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Reading Main Skill: Reading
3.2Understand a variety of linear and non-linear 3.2.1Understand the main idea of short simple
print and digital texts by using appropriate texts
reading strategies Complementary Skill: Reading
Complementary Skill: Reading 3.2.3Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words
3.2Understand a variety of linear and non-linear from clues provided by visuals and the topic
print and digital texts by using appropriate
reading strategies
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Get Smart plus 3
understand the main idea of short text by Student’s Book p.8 Activity 1; p.9 Activity 2
answering 4 question correctly out of 8 Teacher’s Book p.22
questions. Sets of texts and pictures on Student’s Book p.8
cut up for matching
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Play an action or miming game to review key Gallery Walk
sports vocabulary.
Assessment
Lesson delivery Formative pencil-paper assessment
2. Begin the main lesson by following Teacher’s
Book p.22 Warm up Reflection
3. Hand out the sets of cut up pictures from _____/_____of pupils able to achieved the
copies of Student’s Book p.8 (one set per stipulated learning objective and given
group). Follow with Vocabulary and Step 1 of enrichment exercise (s)
Activity 1 (see Teacher’s Book p.22 – pupils _____/_____of pupils unable to achieved the
talk about the pictures). stipulated learning objective
4. Hand out the cut-up texts from copies of
Student’s Book p.8 (one set per group). Ask Follow up
pupils to read them and match to the correct _____ pupils were given remedial exercise
pictures (which they already have). _____ pupils were given extra guidance.
5. Follow with the remaining steps of Activity 1 _____ pupils were given peer-to-peer assistance.
(See Teacher’s Book p.22).
6. End the main lesson with Grammar box and Remarks
Activity 2 (See Teacher’s Book p.22). ______ Lesson has been carried out successfully.
______ Today’s lesson will be carried forward due
Post-lesson to;
7. Ask pupils to put up their hands if they can
paint/do karate etc.
LESSON 9
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 9 (Writing 2)/ TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Writing
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Modal can +
verb question + Yes/No answer
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Writing Main Skill: Writing
4.3Communicate with appropriate language 4.3.2 Spell an increased range of familiar high
form and style for a range of purposes in print frequency words accurately in guided writing
and digital media Complementary Skill: Listening
Complementary Skill: Listening 1.2.1Understand with support the main idea of
1.2 Understandmeaning in a variety of familiar short simple texts
contexts
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Spell Get Smart plus 3
words accurately in guided writingbyanswering Student’s Book p.9 Activity 3 & 4
4 question correctly out of 8 questions. Teacher’s Book p.23
Sports flashcards
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Use sports flashcards to play a vocabulary Gallery Walk
review game.
Assessment
Lesson delivery Individual mini white board
2. Play a miming/TPR game to review and
practise can and can’t. Extend by asking Reflection
pupils Can he/she X? Pupils reply Yes, he/she _____/_____of pupils able to achieved the
can or No, he/she can’t. stipulated learning objective and given
3. Follow on with Activity 3 (Teacher’s Book, enrichment exercise (s)
p.23). _____/_____of pupils unable to achieved the
4. Play a letter/word scramble game to check stipulated learning objective
the written form of the Yes/No answer (mix
up the letters/words and ask pupils to Follow up
rearrange them correctly). _____ pupils were given remedial exercise
5. Follow on with Activity 4 (Teacher’s Book _____ pupils were given extra guidance.
p.23). _____ pupils were given peer-to-peer assistance.

Post-lesson Remarks
6. Pupils write reflection on their learning ______ Lesson has been carried out successfully.
diaries. Example: ______ Today’s lesson will be carried forward due
 New words I remember to;
 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 (about my
English)
LESSON 10
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 10 (Language Arts 2)/NON-TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Language Arts
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Modal can
statements
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Creativity &
Imagination
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Language Arts Main Skill: Language Arts
5.3Express an imaginative response to literary 5.3.1 Respond imaginatively and intelligibly
texts through creating simple action songs on
Complementary Skill: Language Arts familiar topics. Other imaginative responses as
5.1Enjoy and appreciate rhymes, poems and songs appropriate
Complementary Skill: Language Arts
5.1.1 In addition to Year 2 text types:
simple poems
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Action flash cards (picture or words)
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Online song (see Learning Outline)
Lines of the song cut up (in verses)
http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/
songs/i-can-run
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Play a game to review vocabulary and the form Gallery Walk
I can/can’t… Can you? using action cards.
Make sure to include the verbs from the song: Assessment
run, jump, swim, hop, skip. Quiz
2. Give each pupil a card. They look at the card
and mime the action, either as I can or I can’t Reflection
(E.g. play chess – pupil mimes someone trying _____/_____of pupils able to achieved the
to play but looking confused). Other pupils stipulated learning objective and given
should say either She/He can … or He/She enrichment exercise (s)
can’t … (Same example: She can’t play chess.). _____/_____of pupils unable to achieved the
Pupils keep the cards. stipulated learning objective

Lesson delivery Follow up


3. Ask pupils to watch the video of the song. They _____ pupils were given remedial exercise
should check their cards (from pre-lesson _____ pupils were given extra guidance.
stage). If they hear their word, they should _____ pupils were given peer-to-peer assistance.
hold up their card.
4. Play the song and ask pupils to listen to the Remarks
song again and copy the actions they hear. ______ Lesson has been carried out successfully.
5. Play the song again. Put pupils into groups of ______ Today’s lesson will be carried forward
five. Give each group a verse of the cut up lines due to;
of the song. They divide the lines between
them, one each. Play the song again. Pupils
order the lines as they hear them.
6. Feed back by having groups sing the song in
the order of verses (with or without the video
playing).
7. Use two action cards to show pupils how to
create new verses of the song. Give each group
time to create a new verse using different
action words.
8. Groups perform their verses. Provide plenty of
positive feedback on their efforts.

Post-lesson
9. Play the song video again and encourage
pupils to sing along and mime.
LESSON 11
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 11 (Listening 3)/TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Listening
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Modal can +
verb question + Yes/No answer
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Listening Main Skill: Listening
1.2 Understandmeaning in a variety of familiar 1.2.5Understand a wide range of short
contexts supported questions
Complementary Skill: Speaking Complementary Skill: Speaking
2.2Use appropriate communication strategies 2.2.2Ask for attention or help from a teacher or
classmate by using suitable questions
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.9 Activity 5
Teacher’s Book p.22
Action flashcards from last lesson
Word Ladder game
www.edu-games.org/word-games/word-
ladder/word-ladder-download.php
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Play a word game such as Word Ladder or a Gallery Walk
brainstorming activity in groups.
2. Pupils write vocabulary related to the Assessment
activities topic. Choose an item.

Lesson delivery Reflection


3. Return to some difficult or new words from  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
the pre-lesson activity and check learning objective:Click here to enter text.
spellings/vocabulary as a whole class.  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
4. Introduce new words according to the needs guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
and personal interests of your pupils. given to 4 pupils.
5. Ask questions to pupils, moving from Can
he/she..? to Can you…? Remarks
6. Tell pupils to ask for help if they need it Choose an item.
when they are working in pairs.
7. Pre-teach some phrases for this such as Can
you help me/us, please?
8. Follow the Teacher’s Book p.22 instructions
for Activity 5.

Post-lesson
9. Design a closing Listening activity to review
and evaluate learning. This may involve TPR
(listen and mime), e.g.Teacher/another pupil
says Can you xx?;Pupils say Yes, I can and
mime the action if they can do it, or they sit
down if they can’t do the action. Those who
sit down, ask them another Can you xx?
LESSON 12
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 12 (Speaking 3)/ TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Speaking
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Asking and
telling the time (on the hour/half past the hour)
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Speaking Main Skill: Speaking
2.1Communicate simple information intelligibly 2.1.2Find out about and describe basic everyday
Complementary Skill: Listening routines
1.2 Understandmeaning in a variety of familiar Complementary Skill: Listening
contexts 1.2.5Understand a wide range of short
supported questions
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.10 Activity 1
Teacher’s Book p.24–25
Toy clock(s)
Paper scrunching up activities (view youtube)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=_63i8r_wW5Y
Note: for next lesson, bring family photos.
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Play a circle game (a whole class activity Gallery Walk
where pupils sit or stand in a large circle) to
review numbers up to twelve. Assessment
Choose an item.
Lesson delivery
2. Introduce telling the time (on the hour and Reflection
half past) using the board or toy clocks if  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
available. See Teacher’s Book p.24, Warm up. learning objective:Click here to enter text.
Pupils stay in a circle for this stage.  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
3. Continue the lesson with Vocabulary and guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
Grammar box (See Teacher’s Book p.24). given to 4 pupils.
4. Next, ask pupils to play the game in Activity 1
(See Teacher’s Book p.24). Remarks
5. Follow with Optional 1 or Optional 2 Choose an item.
(Teacher’s Book, p.25), depending on pupils’
performance and interests.

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6. Play What’s the time, Mr. Wolf. For
instructions, see Optional 2 activity in
Teacher’s Book p.25.

LESSON 13
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 13 (Reading 3)/ TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Reading

THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Review of Unit
1 language
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Reading Main Skill: Reading
3.2Understand a variety of linear and non-linear 3.2.2Understand specific information and details
print and digital texts by using appropriate of short simple texts
reading strategies Complementary Skill: Speaking
Complementary Skill: Speaking 2.1.5Describe people and objects using suitable
2.1Communicate simple information intelligibly words and phrases
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.11 Activity 1
Teacher’s Book p.26–7
Family photos
Questions worksheet/strips, from Teacher’s
Book p.26
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Follow instructions for Teacher’s Book p.26 Gallery Walk
Warm up.
Assessment
Lesson delivery Choose an item.
2. Tell pupils they will read about a girl called
Fay. Show the picture on Student’s Book Reflection
p.11. Ask pupils to show you who Fay is. Ask  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
questions to help pupils predict what they learning objective:Click here to enter text.
will read.  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
3. Hand out the questions (See Teacher’s Book guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
p.26) cut into strips, one for each pupil, or on given to 4 pupils.
a worksheet). Ask pupils to read their
question. Remarks
4. Ask pupils to read the text on Student’s Book Choose an item.
p.11 and find the answer to their question.
5. Feed back as a whole class. Ask pupils to read
their question then give the answer. Pupils
can then check each other’s answers as they
listen.
6. Follow instructions for Optional 1 activity
(Teacher’s Book p.27).

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7. Play a True/False game based on the
information in the text. Ask pupils to explain
why something is False.

LESSON 14
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 14 (Writing 3)/TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Writing
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Review of Unit
1 language
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Writing Main Skill Writing
4.3Communicate with appropriate language 4.3.1Use capital letters, full stops and question
form and style for a range of purposes in print marks appropriately in guided writing at
and digital media sentence level
Complementary Skill: Writing Complementary Skill: Writing
4.3Communicate with appropriate language 4.3.3: Plan, draft and write an increased range of
form and style for a range of purposes in print simple sentences
and digital media
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.11 Activity 1
Teacher’s Book p.27
Family photos
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Review the topic of families. You could play a Gallery Walk
vocabulary game based on Lesson 13.
Assessment
Lesson delivery Choose an item.
2. Review the model text from the last lesson by
playing the audio for the text (Student’s Book Reflection
p.11) while pupils read along.  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
3. Pupils use the sentence beginnings to tell learning objective:Click here to enter text.
their partner about their family (two or more  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
sentences). This is to review the language guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
and help with oral planning. given to 4 pupils.
5. Follow on with the Writing Tip (Teacher’s
Book p.27). Remarks
Choose an item.
6. Have pupils write two or more sentences
about their family in their notebooks or for
classroom display.
7. Collect the writing and use it to informally
assess learning in this unit.
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7. Ask pupils to write their learning diaries.
 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 my English

LESSON 15
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 15(Language Arts 3)/NON-TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS : Language Arts
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Review: What’s
your name? / Have got/have / time
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Values
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Language Arts Main Skill: Language Arts
5.2Express personal responses to literary texts 5.2.1Ask and answer simple questions about
Complementary Skill: Speaking characters, actions and events of interest in a
2.3Communicate appropriately to a small or text
large group Complementary Skill: Speaking
2.3.1Narrate very short basic stories and events
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click Get Smart plus 3
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text. Student’s Book p.12–13
Teacher’s Book p.19, p.28–29
Worksheets Teacher’s Book p.28)
Flashcards of characters from Get Smart
plus 3 (Greg & Anna, Student’s Book p.6)
Action cards
Toy clocks
Student’s Book p.14 Activities 1,2, or 3
Teacher’s Book p.31
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Play the Who is it? Game (see Teacher’s Book Gallery Walk
p.19, activity called Optional).
Lesson delivery Assessment
2. Introduce the characters of the story using Choose an item.
the puppets you have prepared. Ask pupils
questions about the puppets to review key Reflection
language and predict the story.  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
3. Follow the Teacher’s Book p.28, Activity 1. learning objective:Click here to enter text.
Have pupils make and use puppets to help  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
them act out the story in pairs. guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
4. Pupils should practise before performing to given to 4 pupils.
the whole class. You could use this as an
opportunity for peer feedback, by asking Remarks
pupils to comment on each other’s Choose an item.
performances. Make notes, too, on pupils’
performance related to pronunciation in
particular. Give plenty of positive feedback to
each pair/group and summarise areas to
work on for the whole class after the activity.
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5. Talk to pupils about the Value shown in this
story (See Teacher’s Book p.29, Post-story
activity). This could be done in pupils’ first
language if necessary.

LESSON 16
DATE : Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 SUBJECT : ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TIME :Choose an item. - Choose an item. CLASS :Click here to enter text.
LESSON: 16 (L. Awareness 1)/NON-TEXTBOOK MAIN SKILL FOCUS: Reading
THEME: World of Self, Family and Friends LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS: Review of Unit
1 language
TOPIC: Welcome! CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENT: Language
CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
Main Skill: Reading Main Skill: Reading
3.2Understand a variety of linear and non-linear 3.2.2Understand specific information and details
print and digital texts by using appropriate of short simple texts
reading strategies Complementary Skill: Writing
Complementary Skill: Writing 4.3.1Use capital letters, full stops and question
4.3Communicate with appropriate language marks appropriately in guided writing at
form and style for a range of purposes in print sentence level
and digital media
LEARNING OBJECTIVE MATERIALS/ REFERENCES
By end of this lesson, pupils will be able to Click
here to enter text.byClick here to enter text.
LEARNING OUTLINE REMARKS
Pre-lesson 21st Century Learning
1. Choose an appropriate pre-lesson activity Gallery Walk
from the list in the introduction that suits
your pupils’ needs and interests and that will Assessment
prepare the pupils for the lesson. Choose an item.

Lesson delivery Reflection


Have got:  Number of pupils achieved the stipulated
2. Show flashcards of characters from the learning objective:Click here to enter text.
textbook. Elicit sentences about the  Follow up: 4 pupils were given extra
characters He/She has got... guidance/ Peer-to-peer assistance were
3. Write the sentences on the board and put the given to 4 pupils.
pictures next to them. Ask pupils why we use
he or she. Ask the pupils if we use has got or Remarks
have got with he and she. Choose an item.
4. Next elicit sentences from pupils about
themselves. Ask pupils to come to the board,
write their name and write a sentence about
themselves I have got… Ask pupils questions
about the form with I (have got).
5. Ask pupils complete Sections A & B of the
worksheet (refer to SOW)
6. Feed back on the answers as a whole class.

Can:
7. Using action cards, model I can/can’t … with
three or four cards. Drill (pupils listen and
repeat) the sentences if necessary. Ask pupils
to tell their partners two things they can and
can’t do.
8. Model and drill the question and answer Can
you…? Yes, I can/No, I can’t in a similar way
and have pupils ask each other in pairs about
two activities.
9. Ask pupils to complete Section C of the
worksheet (see below). Pupils are also
expected to review punctuation here.
10. Feedback on the answers as a whole class.

be + time expression
10. Using the toy clocks, review time expressions
(on the hour and half past). Elicit It’s x
o’clock. / It’s half past x. and write on the
board. Have pupils work in pairs with a clock
and tell the time to each other.
11. Ask pupils to complete Section D of the
worksheet (refer to SOW).

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12. Pupils reflect what they have learned from
the lesson/ the whole unit.