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SUBJECT

English Language

CLASS

Year 3

NO OF PUPILS

15 (5 boys, 10 girls)

DAY / DATE

22nd February 2016 (Monday)

TIME

12.15 p.m. 1.15 p.m. (60 minutes)

THEME

World Of Knowledge

TOPIC

Unit 6 Pets World

FOCUS SKILL

Writing

CONTENT
STANDARD

3.2 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able
to write using appropriate language form and style for a range of
purposes.
3.2.2 Able to write guidance:
a) simple sentences
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
a) Observe and list out at least three characteristics of animals
(realia) correctly with teachers guidance.
b) Construct at least two out of three simple sentences correctly
based on the animals characteristics.
Thinking skills(identifying), Contextual Learning, Constructivism,
Multiple intelligence (visual spatial, verbal), creative thinking
Every creature is beautiful, Learn to appreciate Gods gift to the
nature.
Stationeries and notebook (pupils), pets pictures (snake, rabbit,

LEARNING
STANDARD
LEARNING
OUTCOMES

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES (S)
MORAL VALUES
TEACHING AIDS

parrot, fishes), small whiteboard

Stage/ Time
Set
Induction
(5 mins)

Contents
Previous
lesson:
Advices on
how to take
care of the
pets.

Teaching activities
1.Teacher recalls previous
lesson on pets.
2.Teacher asks pupils about
the advices given
previously.
3.Teacher asks pupils to
take out their notebook
and pencil case.
4.Teacher tells pupils that

Learning activities

Notes

1. Pupils listen and


recall the previous
knowledge.
2. Pupils talk about the
given advices.
3. Pupils pack up their
things.
4. Pupils stand and line
up to follow teacher.

Teaching
aids:
Stationeries
and notebook
(pupils)

they are going on a short


trip to see his pets.
Pre
Writing
(10 mins)

Sample
characteristic
s:
-furry
-feathers
-tails
-beak
-scales

While
Writing
(15 mins)

Sample of list:
Rabbit
-furry
-short tail
-long ears

1. Teacher brings pupils


out of the classroom, to
the staff houses.
2. Teacher guides pupils to
look around the house.
3. Teacher shows pets
picture which are
displayed around the
house.
4. Teacher asks pupils
what the animals are.
5. Teacher asks pupils
what they can see about
the animals.
6. Teacher writes
characteristics of the
animals on the moveable
small-sized whiteboard.
7. Teacher asks pupils to
write the sample into their
notebook.

1. Pupils walk to the


housing area in line.
2. Pupils move around
the house in
appropriate manner.
3. Pupils observe the
pets around the house.
4. Pupils name the
animals.
5. Pupils talk about the
animals.
6. Pupils refer to
teachers writing.
7. Pupils copy down the
sample into notebook.

Teaching
aids:
Stationeries
and notebook
(pupils); pets
pictures
(snake,
rabbit, parrot,
fishes); small
whiteboard

1. Teacher asks pupils to


move around and look at
the animals.
2. Teacher asks pupils to
observe the characteristics
of the animals.
3. Teacher asks pupils to
list down the
characteristics in their
notebook.
4. Teacher guides pupils to
find and write the
characteristics of the
animals.
5. Teacher asks pupils to
list down the
characteristics of all the
animals.
6. Teacher brings pupils to
sit at the nearest gazebo
to proceed with the lesson.

1. Pupils walk around


to watch the animals.
2. Pupils observe and
play with the animals.
3. Pupils write down
what they see of the
animals.
4. Pupils ask help from
to teacher to name the
traits of the animals.
5. Pupils list down all
the information they
can get.
6. Pupils walk to the
gazebo and sit.

Teaching
aids:
Stationeries
and notebook
; pets
pictures
(snake,
rabbit, parrot,
fishes)

E.E:
Gathering
information

Post
Writing
(20 mins)

Simple
sentence:

Rabbit has two


long ears
It has a short
tail.

Closure
(5 mins)

Suggested
question:
Which animal
do you think is
the most
unique/
beautiful?
Why?

Remedial
Enrichment

1. Teacher writes samples


of simples sentences
based on the
characteristics of the
animals.
2. Teacher reads to pupils
and asks pupils to copy
them down.
3. Teacher replaces the
characteristic and the
animal in the sentences.
4. Teacher asks pupils to
write simple sentences
based on the list they
wrote.
5. Teacher collects the
notebook at the end.

1. Pupils look at the


sample writing on the
small whiteboard.
2. Pupils repeat after
teacher and write it
down.
3. Pupils look at the
changes.
4. Pupils construct their
own simple sentences.
5. Pupils submit their
work.

1. Teacher recaps the


lesson by asking pupils to
name all the animals they
have seen just before.
2. Teacher asks pupils
which one of the animals
is most unique and why.
3. Teacher tells moral
values to pupils.

1. Pupils name all the


animals they have
seen.
2. Pupils respond to the
questions.
3. Pupils listen to the
moral values.

Teaching
aids:
Stationeries
and notebook
(pupils);
small
whiteboard

Moral
Values:
Every
creature
is
beautiful
Learn to
appreciat
e Gods
gift to the
nature.

Teacher asks the pupils to complete worksheet 1


(transfer information to the given table).
Teacher asks the pupils to complete worksheet 2 (write the characteristics of the given
pets).