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Listening and speaking

Focus: Listening and speaking Theme: World of knowledge Topic: Animals At the Zoo Learning Standard: 1.1.4. Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance. Objective: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. Name 5 animals at the zoo. 2. Guess the animals sounds. Activities: 1. Teacher asks pupils to name some animals that they know or can see in the zoo. (Set induction) 2. Teacher shows some pictures of animals and pupils name the animals. (Pre-listening) 3. Teacher plays 6-8 animals sounds and pupils guess the sounds. (Whilelistening) 4. Teacher gives worksheets to pupils. Match pictures to words. (Postlistening) 5. Teacher teaches pupils a song about an animal. (Timmy the Tiger) (Closure) EMK: Creativity and Innovation Teaching Aids: Pictures of animals, sounds of animals from a CD, worksheets

Timmy the Tiger


There was a tiger in the zoo, And Timmy was his name-o. T-I-M-M-Y, T-I-M-M-Y, T-I-M-M-Y, And Timmy was his name-o. There was a tiger in the zoo, And Timmy was his name-o. (clap)-I-M-M-Y, (clap)-I-M-M-Y, (clap)-I-M-M-Y, And Timmy was his name-o. (Sing to the tune of A Dog Named Bingo)

Reading

Focus: Reading Theme: World of knowledge Topic: Animals At the Zoo Learning Standard: 2.2.4. Able to read and understand a paragraph with simple and compound sentences. 2.2.5. Able to apply dictionary skills to locate words. Objective: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. Read the text with the correct pronunciation and stress. 2. Acquire new vocabulary and find their meanings in the dictionary. 3. Answer 7 out of 10 true/false questions. Activities: 1. Teacher recalls the previous lesson about animals. (Set induction) 2. Teacher shows a picture of a camel. (Q & A session) (Pre-reading) 3. Teacher does a shared reading activity with pupils. Teacher will check pupils pronunciation during the shared reading activity. (While-reading) 4. Pupils complete a worksheet of true/false questions. (Postreading) 5. Pupils chant a jazz chant about camels. (Closure) EMK: Moral values (Treat animals kindly) Teaching Aids: Picture of camel, dictionaries, worksheet (true/false

Camels
Camels live in the desert. They can live without food and water for many days. They eat grass, grains and branches. They can also eat thorny twigs. Camels have humps on their back. There are Camels with one hump. They have soft and wide feet. They can walk for a long time in the desert. They are useful animals. They can carry people

Write (T) for true statements or (F) for false statements for each sentence.
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Camels live in the farm. ( They cannot live without food and water for many days. ) Camels have humps on their back. ( There are camels with three humps. ( They have soft and wide feet. ) They can walk for a long time in the desert. ( They can only carry light loads. ( Camels are also known as the ships of the desert. ( Camels eat thorny twigs. ( Camels have short neck. (

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I Went to the Zoo


Group A: To the zoo, to the zoo, I went to the zoo today. Group A: Camels, camels, I saw camels. Group A: Yes, I saw big camels. Group B: Tell me what you saw.

Group B: Big camels?

Writing

Focus: Writing Theme: World of knowledge Topic: Animals At the Zoo Learning Standard: 3.2.3. Able to punctuate correctly. Objective: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. Punctuate correctly. Activities: 1. Teacher recalls the animals that pupils learnt previously. Teacher calls pupils to write the name of animals on the whiteboard. (Set induction) 2. Teacher gives pupils the previous text and asks pupils to fill in the blanks with the words given. (Whiteboard)(Pre-writing) 3. In groups, pupils rearrange the words to form correct sentences. (While-writing) 4. Pupils rewrite the previous text with the correct punctuation (capital letters, comma, full stop). (Post-writing) 5. Pupils recite the previous jazz chant. (I went to the Zoo) (Closure) EMK: Moral values (Treat animals kindly) Teaching Aids: Text about animals, worksheet, jazz chant

Rearrange the words to form correct sentences.


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Language Arts

Focus: Language Arts Theme: World of knowledge Topic: Animals At the Zoo Learning Standard: 4.3.1. Able to produce simple creative works with guidance based on jazz chants. 4.3.2. Able to perform with guidance based on jazz chant. Objective: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. Produce simple creative animals masks. Activities: 1. Teacher asks pupils the animals that they like. 2. Teacher guides pupils to produce the masks. 3. Pupils recite the jazz chant together with teacher. 4. Role play of the animals in the zoo. 5. Pupils make animal sounds according to the mask that they wear. (Closure) EMK: Creativity and innovation Teaching Aids: Manila cards, scissors, rubber bands, colour pencils, animal pictures

Grammar

Focus: Grammar Theme: World of knowledge Topic: Common Nouns and Proper Nouns Learning Standard: 5.1.1. Able to use nouns correctly and appropriately. (a) Common nouns (b) Proper nouns Objective: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. Group the common nouns and proper nouns correctly. 2. Write 3 out of 5 common nouns and proper nouns. Activities: 1. Treasure hunt. Pupils find the words and paste them on the whiteboard. 2. Teacher introduces and explains common nouns and proper nouns. 3. Teacher asks pupils to group the words according to the words that they have pasted on the whiteboard. (Common nouns and proper nouns) 4. Teacher asks pupils to write 5 common nouns and 5 proper nouns. 5. Poison Box Games. Teacher will play the music and pass the box to the pupils. When the music stops, the pupil that is holding the box will be given a question about common and proper nouns. EMK: Moral values (Be rational) Teaching Aids: Radio, word cards, box

Timmy

tiger

Leo
Cammy Elly

lion
camel elephant