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2/4/2012 Monday English 2B 1.30p.m-2.30p.m Heir Conditioning by M SHANmughalingam Literature 3.0 Language for aesthetic use a) understanding and telling in ones own words, the story and poem heard and/or read and giving ones opinion. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify and understand the poems main point. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Teacher recites the poem and students recite it again with the right pronunciation. 3. Teacher asks the students to brainstorm the meaning of the poem. As students make suggestion, review it and discuss with the students. 4. Teacher guides students during the activities. 5. Teacher ends lesson. Thinking skills , values and citizenship Tolerance, cooperation Understanding Literature Series Form 2

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2/4/2012 Tuesday English 1B, 1D, 1H 1.15p.m-2.15p.m/3.25p.m-4.25p.m/4.25p.m-5.25p.m Mr Nobody Literature 3.0 Language for aesthetic use a) understanding and telling in ones own words, the story and poem heard and/or read and giving ones opinion. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify and understand the poems main point. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Teacher recites the poem and students recite it again with the right pronunciation. 3. Teacher asks the students to brainstorm the meaning of the poem. As students make suggestion, review it and discuss with the students. 4. Teacher guides students during the activities. 5. Teacher ends lesson. Thinking skills , values and citizenship Tolerance, cooperation Understanding Literature Series Form 1

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4/4/2012 Wednesday English 2B 4.10p.m-5.20p.m Heir Conditioning by M SHANmughalingam Literature 3.0 Language for aesthetic use a) understanding and telling in ones own words, the story and poem heard and/or read and giving ones opinion. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify and understand the poems main point. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Teacher recites the poem and students recite it again with the right pronunciation. 3. Teacher asks the students to brainstorm the meaning of the poem. As students make suggestion, review it and discuss with the students. 4. Teacher guides students during the activities. 5. Teacher ends lesson. Thinking skills , values and citizenship Tolerance, cooperation Understanding Literature Series Form 2

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4/4/2012 Wednesday English 1H, 1D 12.25p.m-1.35p.m/3.00p.m-4.10p.m Mr Nobody Literature 3.0 Language for aesthetic use a) understanding and telling in ones own words, the story and poem heard and/or read and giving ones opinion. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify and understand the poems main point. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Teacher recites the poem and students recite it again with the right pronunciation. 3. Teacher asks the students to brainstorm the meaning of the poem. As students make suggestion, review it and discuss with the students. 4. Teacher guides students during the activities. 5. Teacher ends lesson. Thinking skills , values and citizenship Tolerance, cooperation Understanding Literature Series Form 1

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5/4/2012 Thursday English 1B, 2B, 2D 1.15p.m-2.15p.m/2,15p.m-3.15p.m/4.25p.m-5.25p.m Summary Writing 2.0 Language for informational use. 2.1 obtain informational for different purpose by b) reading materials such as articles in print and in electronic media. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to write a brief restatement of the important points of the text. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Begins the explanation on how to write a summary. 3. Students respond appropriately. 4. Asked students to read the text and write a summary. 5. Teacher guides students during the activities. 6. Teacher ends lesson. Thinking skills Determination, hardworking Rampaian Homework Form 1/Form 2

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9/4/2012 Monday English 2D 1.30p.m-2.30p.m Heir Conditioning by M SHANmughalingam Literature 3.0 Language for aesthetic use a) understanding and telling in ones own words, the story and poem heard and/or read and giving ones opinion. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify and understand the poems main point. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Teacher recites the poem and students recite it again with the right pronunciation. 3. Teacher asks the students to brainstorm the meaning of the poem. As students make suggestion, review it and discuss with the students. 4. Teacher guides students during the activities. 5. Teacher ends lesson. Thinking skills , values and citizenship Tolerance, cooperation Understanding Literature Series Form 2

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9/4/2012 Monday English 1H 4.00p.m-5.00p.m Grammar Singular and plural nouns People 2.2. Process information by: f) getting meaning of unfamiliar words by using word attack skills. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to use singular and plural nouns. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Teacher explains what singular and plural nouns are by giving examples to the students. 3. Students respond appropriately. 4. Teacher provides exercise to reinforce students understanding in the topic. 5. Teacher guides students during the activities. 6. Teacher ends lesson. Knowledge Acquisition Determination, hardworking Grammar Builder Book 1

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10/4/2012 Tuesday English 1H, 1D 2.15p.m-3.15p.m / 4.25p.m-5.25p.m Grammar Singular and plural nouns People 2.2. Process information by: f) getting meaning of unfamiliar words by using word attack skills. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to use singular and plural nouns. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Teacher explains what singular and plural nouns are by giving examples to the students. 3. Students respond appropriately. 4. Teacher provides exercise to reinforce students understanding in the topic. 5. Teacher guides students during the activities. 6. Teacher ends lesson. Knowledge Acquisition Determination, hardworking Grammar Builder Book 1

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17/4/2012 Monday English 2D 12.30p.m-1.30p.m Grammar Uncountable nouns People 2.2. Process information by: f) getting meaning of unfamiliar words by using word attack skills. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to use uncountable nouns correctly. 1. Teacher tells the students briefly about the lesson. 2. Teacher explains what uncountable nouns are by giving examples to the students. 3. Students respond appropriately. 4. Teacher provides exercise to reinforce students understanding in the topic. 5. Teacher guides students during the activities. 6. Teacher ends lesson. Knowledge Acquisition Determination, hardworking Grammar Builder Book 1

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