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WEEK/LESSON NO.

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SUBJECT ENGLISH VENUE Classroom
UNIT Not Applicable NTB DATE 2-Jan-18
TOPIC Money TIME 5.45-6.45 pm
THEME Consumerism and Financial Awareness
LESSON SKILL/FOCUS Listening/Speaking
CONTENT STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 2.1 Communicate information, ideas, opinions and feelings intelligibly on familiar topics

Complementary Skill: 3.1 Understand a variety of texts by using a range of appropriate reading strategies to construct
meaning
LEARNING STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 2.1.1 Ask about and give detailed information about themselves and others

Complementary Skill: 3.1.4 Use with some support familiar print and digital resources to check meaning
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of 1. give detailed information about their family
the lesson,
pupils will be 2. use some support familiar print resources to suggest 5 or more ways to get money
able to:
SUCCESS CRITERIA
Pupils can/will 1. a bubble map about themselves
produce 2. suggest 5 or more ways to get money

CROSS CURRICULAR ELEMENTS Financial Education


LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS Vocabulary related to the topic of money
ACTIVITIES
1. Teacher greets the pupils
PRE-LESSON

2.Teacher introduces herself


3.Divide pupils into groups of 3, and ask them to tell each other about their family, something they
like and why, and something they don’t like and why.
4. Create new groups of 3 and ask pupils to tell their new groups about themselves and the classmates
in the previous groups.
5. Pupils tell one interesting thing they learned about their classmate
LESSON 6. The lesson is now changing. Pupils must create the alphabet given by the teacher together in any
DEVELOPMENT way.
7. Teacher says the letters M-O-N-E-Y pausing after each letter, so that groups have time to make the
letter.
8.Elicit from the class the word they’ve made (Money).
9. Teacher asks pupils to work in pairs and think of 5 ways or more people can get money (e.g. find it
on the street): tell them that they can use dictionaries to find and check words if necessary.
10. Elicit suggestions on the board.
11. Pupils put the ways of getting money in order from most common to least common
POST-LESSON

RESOURCES / TEACHING MATERIALS TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT:


Others (Pls specify): Cooperative Written Exercise
Money

TEACHER’S
REFLECTION
WEEK/LESSON NO. W1 L1 CLASS 1 NAFISForm Formatted: Font: (Default) +Body (Calibri), Not Bold
SUBJECT ENGLISH VENUE Classroom
UNIT Not Applicable NTB DATE 1-Jan-18
TOPIC Money TIME 3.35 - 4.30 pm
THEME Consumerism and Financial Awareness
LESSON SKILL/FOCUS Listening/Speaking
CONTENT STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 2.1 Communicate information, ideas, opinions and feelings intelligibly on familiar topics

Complementary Skill: 3.1 Understand a variety of texts by using a range of appropriate reading strategies to construct
meaning
LEARNING STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 2.1.1 Ask about and give detailed information about themselves and others

Complementary Skill: 3.1.4 Use with some support familiar print and digital resources to check meaning
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of 1. give detailed information about their family
the lesson,
pupils will be 2. use some support familiar print resources to suggest 5 or more ways to get money
able to:
SUCCESS CRITERIA
Pupils can/will 1. a bubble map about themselves
produce 2. suggest 5 or more ways to get money

CROSS CURRICULAR ELEMENTS Financial Education


LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS Vocabulary related to the topic of money
ACTIVITIES
1. Teacher greets the pupils
PRE-LESSON

2. Teacher introduces herself


3. Divide pupils into groups of 3, and ask them to tell each other about their family, something they
like and why, and something they don’t like and why.
4. Create new groups of 3 and ask pupils to tell their new groups about themselves and the
classmates in the previous groups.
5. Pupils tell one interesting thing they learned about their classmate
LESSON 6. The lesson is now changing. Pupils must create the alphabet given by the teacher together in
DEVELOPMENT any way.
7. Teacher says the letters M-O-N-E-Y pausing after each letter, so that groups have time to make
the letter.
8. Elicit from the class the word they’ve made (Money).
9. Teacher asks pupils to work in pairs and think of 5 ways or more people can get money (e.g. find
it on the street): tell them that they can use dictionaries to find and check words if necessary.
10. Elicit suggestions on the board.
11. Pupils put the ways of getting money in order from most common to least common
POST-LESSON

RESOURCES / TEACHING MATERIALS TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT:


Others (Pls specify): Cooperative Written Exercise
Money

TEACHER’S
REFLECTION
WEEK/LESSON NO. W1 L1 CLASS 2 BIRUNIForm Formatted: Font: (Default) +Body (Calibri), Not Bold
SUBJECT ENGLISH VENUE Classroom
UNIT Not Applicable NTB DATE 1-Jan-18
TOPIC Environmental Sustainability TIME 5.45 - 6.45 pm
THEME Health and Environment
LESSON SKILL/FOCUS Listening/Speaking
CONTENT STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 2.1 Communicate information, ideas, opinions and feelings intelligibly on familiar topics

Complementary Skill: 2.3 Use appropriate communication strategies


LEARNING STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 2.1.2 Ask for and respond appropriately to simple suggestions

Complementary Skill: 2.3.1 Keep interaction going in short exchanges by checking understanding of what a speaker is
saying
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of 1.respond by brainstorming 5 things which can be recycled
the lesson,
pupils will be 2.keep interaction going in longer exchanges by suggesting 3 or more reasons why recycling is a good
able to: idea

SUCCESS CRITERIA
Pupils can/will 12.a bubble map listing 5 things which can be recycled
produce
2. suggest 3 or more reasons why recycling is a good idea
CROSS CURRICULAR ELEMENTS Science and Technology
LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS Vocabulary related to recycling
ACTIVITIES
1. Teacher introduces herself
2. Pupils introduce themselves to the classmates sitting near to them
PRE-LESSON 3. Pupils stand in a line in alphabetical order of their first names
4. Pupils remember as many names as they can
5. Teacher finishes by eliciting the names of everyone in the line
6. Teacher explains that the focus of the lesson is speaking, pupils need to guess the topic
7. teacher shows an image and elicit the topic (recycling)
8. Elicits the meaning of recycling
9. Divide pupils into group of 3 or 4 and ask them to brainstorm 5 things or more which can be
LESSON
recycled
DEVELOPMENT
10. Write : “recycling is a nice idea, but I don’t do it because it’s not really my problem” on the board
11. Divide pupils into groups of 3 or 4 and ask them to suggest 3 reasons or more why recycling is a
good idea
12. Write suggestions on the board

POST-LESSON 13. Cover or erase the board and ask pupils to remember and share the key reasons for recycling
RESOURCES / TEACHING MATERIALS TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT:
Laptop/LCD Cooperative Written Exercise

TEACHER’S
REFLECTION