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UNIT 8: TODAY IS …

Textbook page 85: Today is …

Objective:
To learn days of the week.

Material:
Word cards.

Suggested procedure:
1. Teacher puts up word cards of days
of the week on the board.
2. Teacher points to the card and says the word.
3. Pupils repeat.

Textbook page 86: Days of the Week

Objectives:
To learn days of the week.
To read simple sentences.
To inculcate moral values -responsibility
To promote family values.

Suggested procedure:
1. Teacher puts up reads. Pupils repeat.
2. At the end of the lesson teacher can
assign page 95 and 96 of
the Activity Book.

Textbook page 87: Today or Yesterday?

Objectives:
To learn the concept of today and yesterday.
To read simple sentences.

Material:
Use class timetable on the notice board.
Suggested procedure:
1. Teacher asks pupils: "What day is today?"
2. Teacher asks pupils "What day was yesterday?"
3. Pair work: Pupils practise.
4. At the end of the lesson teacher can assign
page 93 and 94 of
the Activity Book.
5. Teacher can use activity in MyCD.
Textbook page 88: Today or Tomorrow?

Objectives:
To learn the concept of today and tomorrow.
To read simple sentences.

Material:
Use class timetable on the notice board.

Suggested procedure:
1. Teacher asks pupils: "What day is today?"
2. Teacher asks pupils "What day is tomorrow?"
3. Pair work: Pupils practise.
4. At the end of the lesson teacher can
assign page 93 and 94 of
the Activity Book.

Textbook page 89: I learn …

Objectives:
To learn days of the week.
To read simple sentences.

Material:
Use class timetable on the notice board.

Suggested procedure:
1. Teacher points to the class timetable.
Teacher asks pupils, "What day is today?'
Teacher asks pupils, "What subjects do
you learn today?
2. Teacher reads the sentences. Pupils repeat.
3. Pair work: Pupils take out their class
timetable and practise.
4. At the end of the lesson teacher can assign page 98 of
the Activity Book.
Textbook page 90: What Ken did.

Objectives:
To learn days of the week.
To read simple sentences.
To learn simple past tense.
To inculcate good moral values - responsibility.

Suggested procedure:
1. Teacher asks pupils what they did yesterday.
2. Teacher reads the sentences.
3. Pupils repeat.
4. At the end of the lesson teacher can assign page 99 of
the Activity Book.

Textbook page 91: How Many Days a Week?

Objectives:
To learn days of the week.
To read and enjoy the rhyme.

Suggested procedure:
1. Talk about the picture.
2. Teacher reads the first stanza. Pupils repeat.
3. Teacher reads the second stanza. Pupils repeat.
4. Teacher reads the whole rhyme. Pupils repeat.
5. Pupils chant the rhyme.
6. At the end of the lesson teacher can assign page 100 of
the Activity Book.

** Teacher may also want to tell pupils:


" School week in some states is from Monday to Friday.
Weekend is on Saturday and Sunday.
" School week in other states is from Sunday to Thursday.
Weekend is on Friday and Saturday.
Textbook pages 92 and 93: Cutie's Week

Objective:
To read and enjoy a simple story.

Suggested procedure:
1. Teacher reads the title of the story. Teacher
asks pupils what they think the story
is about.
2. Teacher reads the story.
3. Talk about the story.
4. At the end of the lesson teacher
can assign page 101 and 102 of
the Activity Book.
5. Teacher can use activity in MyCD.

Textbook page 94: 'T' and 'D'

Objective:
To listen to intonation and rhythm in rhymes.
To practise consonant /t/ and /d/ in the initial position.
To read aloud simple rhyme with correct
intonation and appropriate gestures.

Suggested procedure:
1. Teacher reads the rhymes. Pupils repeat.
2. Group work: Pupils work in groups of three and practise
reading/reciting the rhyme.
3. At the end of the lesson teacher can assign page 103 of
the Activity Book.

Textbook page 95: Do You Remember …?

Objective:
To review items learned in the unit.

Suggested procedure:
1. Group work: Pupils answer the questions.
2. At the end of the lesson teacher can assign page 104 of
the Activity Book.
3. Teacher can asign e-Test 4 of MyCD.