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ASSURE Model Instructional Plan

Lesson Title: Parts of body (Unit 5 I am Special)


Teachers Name: Auni Salma Binti Anuar
Grade: Year 2 Amanah
Content Area: Listening, Speaking and Reading
Lesson Length (Total Time): 8.30 am 9.30 am (1 hour)

Analyze Learners

1. Number of Students : 35 students


2. No. of Males/Females :
Male: 22 students
Female: 13 students
3. Age Range: 8 years old
4. Mental, Social, Physical, Social Notes such as:
o One child is having ADHD
o Visual, Kinesthetic, and Verbal learners in the classroom
o Cultural/Ethnic Notes:
Malay: 27 students
Chinese: 2 students
Indian: 1 student
o 90% of the students cannot speak English and having difficulties to
understand English Language
5. Current Knowledge, Prerequisites, and Notes about Learner Attitudes:
Pupils have learned some parts of the body such as shoulders, knees and
toes.
6. Learning Styles :
o Visual 40%
o Auditory (Aural) 10%
o Kinesthetic (Hands On) 50%
State Objectives
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
a) read at least 5 paragraph out of 8 paragraphs with a correct pronunciation, stress and
rhythm when given a simple poem.

b) find and complete at least 6 out of 8 of the body parts in the "Body Part Word Search"
based on the worksheet provided correctly.

c) match at least 7 out of 8 of each of the body parts' functions by referring to the poem
provided correctly.

d) unscramble and write at least 5 out of 6 of the body parts in the work sheet given
correctly.

e) answer at least 10 out of 12 of the Multiple Choice Questions based on the Body Parts
correctly in the Quiz provided

f) label at least 10 out of 12 of the body parts by matching the names to the body parts
correctly.
Select Media, Materials, and Methods
All media and materials needed for the lesson are listed, and are lesson appropriate.
1. Word Cards
2. Smart Board or overhead-projector for class discussion and brainstorming
3. 5 computers with Software (computers have worksheet made so students may type
information into appropriate spaces.

Method:
a) Lecture
b) Show the way.
c) Demonstration

Utilize Media, Materials, and Methods


Word Cards - The word cards will be read aloud to the class at the beginning of the lesson
as set induction to engage students intention.
Smart board/Over-head projector - This will be used to project the My Body Song, to
project picture of human body, and to project the poem to the students. It will also be used
to help students in completing the learning objectives.
Computers - Students will be paired off, and will complete the Body Part Word Search
activity together.

Method:
1) Lecture
- Teachers deliver lessons on the body parts of human body.
2) Show the way
- Teacher shows and leads the way on doing the activities
3) Demonstration
- Demonstration fine motor control of hands and fingers by moving hands and fingers using
writing apparatus conducted

Require Learner Participation

Introduction:
Introduce the idea of parts of a human body to the class. Discuss and brainstorm the parts
of the human body. Using LCD Projector, project the figure of human body and pupils point
to the parts of the body. Pupils say in a complete sentence while pointing to their own body
parts.

Activity:
Word Cards Activity
Teacher drills pupils pronunciation of highlighted words using word cards. Pupils listen
attentively and read the words aloud after the teacher. LCD Projector projects a big picture
of body parts in front. In a group of five, pupils label the correct words to the body parts
figure in front.
Read the Poem Activity
A poem is projected in front of the class using a LCD Projector. First, a poem is read aloud
by the teacher, paragraph by paragraph. Pupils read aloud after the teacher with a correct
pronunciation, stress and rhythm.

Body Part Word Search Activity


By using computer with installed software, in group of five, pupils were asked to complete
the word search. Pupils discuss the answer together with their group members.

Matching the body parts with the correct functions.


By using computer with installed software, pupils were asked to match at least 7 out of 8 of
each of the body parts' functions by referring to the poem provided. Pupils can refer to the
poem back if they do not know the answer.

Unscramble the letter!


By using a printed worksheet, pupils were asked to unscramble and write at least 5 out of 6
of the body parts. Pupils have to print the worksheet first before doing it.

Quiz
Pupils were given some time to answer at least 7 out of 8 of the Multiple Choice Questions
based on the Body Parts correctly in the Quiz provided. Pupils must do on their own and
cannot discuss the answers with peers.

Labelling
In a hardcopy worksheet, pupils were asked to label at least 10 out of 12 of the body parts
by matching the names to the body parts correctly. Pupils can ask for teachers guidance in
this activity.

Wrap-up
The students will show their body parts such as head, knee and toe to the class. Prizes will
be awarded to students who show the body parts most correctly.

5 minute review
Reinforce what the students should have learned from the lesson.
Evaluate & Revise
Student Performance

Students will be evaluated on how well they worked with their peers in the Body Part Word
Search Activities. Apart from that, students will be evaluated based on their performance in
the Quiz provided. The teacher will float around the room and observe how they work in
their pairs. This will also be seen in reading aloud the poem. Students will also be evaluated
on their individual task such as, Labelling Activity, and Matching the body part with its
correct functions.

Media Effectiveness

1. Was the smart board useful in promoting class discussion? Did it prove useful for
visual learners?
2. Did the Body Part Word Search activity work well amongst the class? Was it easy to
use?
3. Was it helpful for kinesthetic learners?
4. Did learners managed to answer the Quiz all correct?
5. Did learner find it difficult when completing all the activities?

Instructor Performance

1. Did the lesson run smoothly? Was it well-planned?


2. Did the class respond well to the lesson?
3. Were the learning objectives achieved?
4. Could the lesson be improved in the future?