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LESSON PLAN YEAR 3                                                                                    
Theme:                             World of Knowledge
Topic:                               Animals and Us
Focus                                Listening and speaking
Learning Standards:       1.1.3   Able to listen to, say aloud and 
                                                    recite rhyme and sing song
                                                    paying attention to pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.
     1.1.4   Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance.
                                               
Objectives:                 By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
(i)                  make sounds of animals based on the picture with guidance.
(ii)                listen to and recite rhyme and sing songs with correct pronunciation and rhythm.
Cross-curricular elements / Educational emphases: ICT, Constructivism, Caring, Multiple Intelligences

Teaching Aids:  song, audio, pictures, PowerPoint
Steps:
Set Induction
Teacher shows a picture of farm animals.

Pre-Listening
2.       Show a picture of animals and ask for the sound.
e.g          picture of cat (meow)

While-Listening
3.       Pupils listen to the rhyme “Old Mc Donald”.
4.       Get pupils to sing along.
5.       Each group is provided with a picture of animal.
6.       The group present the picture in front of the class and sing the rhyme based on the picture.

Post-Listening
In groups, pupils look at a worksheet and match the animals to the sound.
7.       They present their answers orally to the class.

PICTURE OF FARM ANIMALS


Reading Is To The Mind What Exercise Is To The Body-by Aalisha Ai Ting

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Task 1 Self Improvement



TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENTS                                                                                                         PAGE


TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                                                                              

1.0
1.1
INTRODUCTION   
WHAT IS GRAMMAR?


2.0
2.1
2.2
TYPES OF ERRORS
THE PAST PROGRESSIVE TENSE
ARTICLES



3.0
3.1
3.2
THREE DIFFERENT SOURCES
THE PAST PROGRESSIVE(CONTINUOUS TENSE)
ARTICLES


4.0
REFLECTION ON HOW YOU LEARN GRAMMAR


5.0
CONCLUSION


6.0
BIBLIOGRAPHY


·         Just giving you the guide line only…
3.0       THREE DIFFERENT SOURCES
3.1       According to Milon Nandy, Milon’s Mastering English, 1997, points out that The Past Continuous Tense shows an action which was going on at a certain time in the past, e.g.
i)                    I was reading a book when he came.
Bla….bla…laa…la..
*You must explain about the tense that you have chosen.
As conclusion the Past Progressive…. Bla…bla……

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