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TEACHING ORGANISER

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Name of Teacher(s): Pn. Shaidatul, Pn. Halimah, Pn. Mala, Pn. Shubashinee, Pn. Fauziah, Pn. Azilah

Form Duration(weeks) Grammar Item (just one)


1 Aman 3 weeks 4.1.10 Can identify and use conjunctions
appropriately according to context.
1 Sabar a) and
b) but
1 Tenang c) so
d) or
e) because

Domain (s) Theme Topic


1) Personal Consumerism and Financial The habit of saving money
2) Educational Awareness

EXPECTATIONS (content to be covered)


(questions/statements to be answered while and after lessons-similar to objectives)
1) The importance of saving money
2) Ways to save money or earn money

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TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES

1) Collaborative Learning
2) Student-centeredness

CROSS-CURRICULAR ELEMENTS (can have more but must be infused- it is there in the TnL)

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): 1.2 Can listen to, engage and interpret meaningful conversations

Learning Standard(s): 1.2.1 (Form 1) Can listen to and respond to directions, instructions and procedures.

Activity(ies):

- Listen to a video clip and fill in blanks in a worksheet

- Pair-work discussion

- Whole-class discussion

Formative Assessment: Oral presentation in the classroom

Resources: Internet: http://www.pbs.org/video/1285543104/, Pictures, Mini Whiteboard

Reflection:

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

Learning Standard(s): 2.2.1 (Form 1) Can demonstrate understanding by


a) identifying main ideas in given texts

Activity(ies):

-Brainstorm on the topic of “The habit of saving”

- Read a given text and underline unfamiliar words

- Orally state 3 or more main ideas based on the text

- Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of the main ideas / topic discussed in the text

Formative Assessment:

Information-transfer exercise

Resources:

Internet : http://www.babycentre.co.uk/a562856/10-easy-ways-to-save-money

Reflection:

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

Learning Standard(s): 3.1.1(F1) Can write simple sentences correctly.

3.1.2(F1) Can organise and write ideas in a paragraph :


a) titles for a paragraph b) captions for illustrations, posters and cartoons.

3.1.3(F1) Can apply pre-writing strategies:


a) brainstorming (mind-maps, bubble maps, etc.) b) note-taking
c) outlining.

3.1.4(F1) Can select relevant information and elaborate/extend/ explain ideas using appropriate cohesive devices
Activity(ies):

- Write scripts for or against a motion (debate topic) assigned

Formative Assessment:

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

Resources:

Notes on debating techniques and registers used in a debate

Reflection:

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

4.2 Can apply grammatical rules at word, phrase and sentence levels correctly and

meaningfully.

Learning Standard(s): 4.1.10 (F1) Can identify and use conjunctions appropriately according to context.
a) and b) but c) so
d) or e) because

4.2.1(F1) Can construct simple sentences correctly and meaningfully.

Activity(ies): Rehearsal in small groups as preparation for the debate by orally mentioning their main ideas and
elaboration via turn-taking.

Formative Assessment:

Group discussion / presentation within students’ groups

Resources: Students’ notes on the motion argued

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): 1.2 Can listen to, engage and interpret meaningful conversations

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 (F1) Can select relevant information and elaborate/extend/ explain ideas using appropriate

cohesive devices.

Activity(ies):

A debate contest among students in the classroom

Assessment: The persuasiveness of the speakers during the debate contest

Resources: Scoring sheet for a debate contest

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
5.2 Can 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): 5.1.2 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.
5.2.1 Can identify meaning of words based on context.
5.2.2 Can produce a new genre from the literary text read.

Activity(ies): Reading and understanding the short story – Fair’s Fair

Discussing issues in the short story. .

A group-work to create a dialogue between friends on how to earn some extra money or to safe money.

Formative Assessment: Oral presentation via pair-work

Resources: Literature Component text (Fair’s Fair – Form 1 Short Story)

Reflection: