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DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :

Subject : English Date : Day :


Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Cooperation, tolerance
[Messing About] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. bellyache thirsty Enrichment
sticky under
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


1. Teacher shows Introduce the poem. [Anthology Of Poems] – ‘Messing About’ Teacher sums up the
pictures of 4 1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem. [Types of poem, the title, stanza] lesson by asking
children playing. Get to know the poem pupils:
2. Pupils try to This poem talks about 4 children talking about what they were doing. Name the games you
guess the games 1. Teacher asks questions about the poem. [Who, What, When, Where, Why] always play with your
they were  Ex: Who are the main characters? What are they doing? friends?
playing. 2. Identify & interpret difficult, figurative, metaphor, similes & idiomatic.
 Ex : bellyache, thirsty, sticky, under
Practice the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem [as a class, in groups, in pairs & individually]
3. Practice in groups
4. Perform the poem based on the creativity.
 What is your favourite game? What do you play at home?

DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :


Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Fair
[The Sandwich] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. sandwich bread slice cheese tomato Enrichment
onion lettuce radish sizzling
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


Teacher explains what a Introduce the poem. Teacher sums up the
poem is. 1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem. [Types of poem, the title, stanza] lesson by asking
Get to know the poem pupils:
This poem talks about making a crazy sandwich. Do you like to eat
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem. [Who, What, When, Where, Why] vegetables? Names
 Ex: Who are the main characters? What are they doing? some of the vegetables
2. Identify & interpret difficult, figurative, metaphor, similes & idiomatic. you like.
 bread, slice, merge, cheese, tomato, onion, lettuce, radish, sizzling, cheese
Practice the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem [as a class, in groups, in pairs & individually]
3. Practice in groups
 Perform the poem based on the creativity.
 What does the poet put into his sandwich? Do you like sandwich? Why?
DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :
Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Diligent
[Toes] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. Wiggle kick tickle lick Enrichment
count less neat
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


Teacher explains what a poem is. Introduce the poem. Teacher sums up the
1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem. [Types of poem, the title, stanza] lesson by asking
Get to know the poem pupils:
This poem talks what the writer did with his toes. Imagine if you didn’t
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem. [Who, What, When, Where, Why] have any toes. What
 Ex: Who are the main characters? What is he doing? would happened?
2. Identify & interpret difficult, figurative, metaphor, similes & idiomatic.
 wiggle, kick, tickle, lick, count, less, neat
Practice the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem [as a class, in groups, in pairs & individually]
3. Practice in groups
 Perform the poem based on the creativity.
 Explain what you can do with your toes.

DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :


Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Determined, Hardworking
[My Sister’s Eating Porridge] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. porridge dollop missed Enrichment
dripping lumpy
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


Teacher introduces the writer: Introduce the poem. [Page 30] – ‘My Sister’s Eating Porridge’ Teacher sums up the
John Coldwell. 1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem. [Types of poem, the title, stanza] lesson by asking
Get to know the poem pupils:
This poem talks about a baby eating her food. Describe your
1. Teacher asks questions about the poem. [Who, What, When, Where, Why] relationship with your
 Ex: Who are the main characters? What is her food she’s eating? siblings. Do you get
2. Identify & interpret difficult, figurative, metaphor, similes & idiomatic. along well?
 Ex : porridge, dollop, missed, dripping, lumpy
Practice the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem [as a class, in groups, in pairs & individually]
3. Practice in groups
4. Perform the poem based on the creativity.
 What is a dollop? Name three types of baby food.
DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :
Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Cooperation, tolerance
[Here Is The Nose] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. wide lapped growled whack Enrichment
smack smelled tip toes
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


Get to know the poem 1. Teacher asks questions about the poem. [who, what, when, where & why] Teacher sums up the
This poem is a fun way to learn  Ex: Who are the major characters? lesson by asking
about the parts of the body. 2. Identify & interpret difficult words, metaphors, similes & idiomatic. pupils:
 Ex: Wide, lapped, growled, whack, smack, smelled, tip, toes Imagine if you do not
Practise the poem have your 5 senses.
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen. What would
2. Recite the poem, as a class, in groups, in pairs & individually. happened?
 Pupils perform the poem based on their creativity.
 Many parts of the body mentioned in the poem. What did each part
do?
Demonstrate the poem
1. Different parts of the body can do different things:
 Nose can smell different scent – fragrant smell, rotten smell.
 Eyes can see different things – beautiful, ugly and manmade.
2. Make a list of at least 5 things under each of the 5 senses.

DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :


Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Fair
[Don’t] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. scrape tease pick Enrichment
suck scratch stick
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


Introduce the poem Get to know the poem. Teacher sums up the
1. Teacher brings pupils to This poem is about rules that children have to follow. lesson by asking
go through the poem. 1. Teacher asks questions about the poem [who, what, when, where and pupils:
 Types of poem. why] List some of things
 Author  Example: Who are the major characters? What are they doing? your parents have
 The title 2. Identify and interpret difficult words, figurative, metaphor and similes. done for you.
 Stanza Practise the Poem
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen.
2. Recites the poem, as a class, in groups, in pairs and as individual.
3. Pupils perform the poem based on their creativity.
Demonstrate the Poem
1. Have your parents ever tell you not to do something? Explains about it.
2. Why do you think children have to obey their parents? What would
happen if they do not obey?
DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :
Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Cooperation, tolerance
[The Mud-Pie Makers Rhyme] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Diligent
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. squidgy slippery sludge Enrichment
runny squeaky
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


Introduce the poem Get To Know The Poem [This Poem Is About Children Playing Mud-Pies] Teacher sums up the
1. Teacher brings pupils to 1. Teacher asks questions about the poem. [Who, What, When, Where & lesson by asking
go through the poem. Why] pupils:
 Types of poem  Example: Who are the major characters? Do you like playing
 Author 2. Identify and interpret difficult words, figurative, metaphors and similes: with your friends?
 The title  Example: squidgy, slippery, sludge, runny, squeaky Name some of your
 Stanza Practice The Poem favourite game.
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen
2. Recite the poem as a class, in pairs, individually & practice in groups.
3. Pupils perform the poem based on their creativity
Demonstrate The Poem
1. We use different words to describe slight differences in texture, age, etc.
2. See if you can describe these two sets of words
i. Earth, sand, mud
ii. Girl, woman, lass

DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :


Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Creative and Innovative
[A Garden] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. daisies buttercup chase Enrichment
sit sing play stand
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


Teacher shows a picture of a Let’s Recite [Page 37] Teacher sums up the
beautiful garden & ask pupils 1. Read & discuss the poem titled ‘A Garden’ lesson by asking
what it is. [The poem is about a man who wishes he had a beautiful green garden] pupils:
2. Practise word stress & pronunciation. Do have a garden at
3. Discuss the meaning of the poem. your house? Name
4. Learn the meaning of some words [Ex: daisies, buttercup, chase, sit, sing] some of the plant at
5. Recite and act the poem. your house.
Group Work [Page 50]
1. Identify the flora & fauna found in the poem.
2. Replace the flora & fauna and rewrite the poem.
Individual Work
1. Rewrite the poem in cursive writing.
DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :
Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Cooperation, tolerance
[Tadpoles] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attendance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. playing sitting swimming Enrichment
racing diving turning
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


1. Teacher shows pictures of Introduce the poem. [Anthology Of Poems] – ‘Tadpoles’ Teacher sums up the
a frog. 1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem. [Types of poem, the title, stanza] lesson by asking
2. Teacher asks pupils: Get to know the poem pupils:
 What do we call a baby frog? This poem tells about 10 little tadpoles and their mother. Can we be cruel to
 Can you describe the form? 1. Teacher asks questions about the poem. [Who, What, When, Where, Why] animals? Why?
 Ex: Who are the main characters? What are they doing?
2. Identify & interpret difficult, figurative, metaphor, similes & idiomatic.
 Ex : playing, sitting, swimming, racing, diving, turning
Practice the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem [as a class, in groups, in pairs & individually]
3. Perform the poem based on the creativity.
 Find the verbs in the poem with their meaning.

DAILY LESSON PLAN [YEAR 6] Week :


Subject : English Date : Day :
Topic : Unit Class : 6 Arif Time :
Theme : World of Knowledge
Learning Standard : 4.2.1, 4.3.2 Pupils’ Aspiration : Moral Values :
Focus : Language Arts [Anthology Of Poems] Thinking Skills Cooperation, tolerance
[Swinging] Leadership Skills Cross Curriculum Relationship :
Objectives : Pupils will be able to : Creative and Innovative
Duo Language Skills
1. Respond to literary texts (a) characters (c) values
2. Plan, prepare and participate in a performance with Ethics & Spiritual Attandance : _____ /______
guidance based on literary works. National Identity Intervention
Success Criteria: Pupils will be able to recite a poem with the Main Vocabulary : Reinforcement
correct pronunciation & intonation. swinging low high Enrichment
bigger reach sky
Reflection :
Teaching Aids :
Text book, Whiteboard, Hand-out,
Marker Pen

Introduction : Main Activities : Closure :


1. Teacher shows pictures of Introduce the poem. [Anthology Of Poems] – ‘swinging’ Teacher sums up the
a playground. 1. Teacher brings pupils to go through the poem. [Types of poem, the title, stanza] lesson by asking
2. Teacher asks pupils: Get to know the poem pupils:
 Which is your favourite This poem tells about the experience of a girl playing the swing. What would you do if
playing tools? 1. Teacher asks questions about the poem. [Who, What, When, Where, Why] you see your friends
 Ex: Who are the main characters? What is she doing? damaging the playing
2. Identify & interpret difficult, figurative, metaphor, similes & idiomatic. tools at the
 Ex : swinging, low, high, bigger, reach, sky playground?
Practice the poem
1. Teacher recites the poem while the pupils listen.
2. Recite the poem [as a class, in groups, in pairs & individually]
3. Perform the poem based on the creativity.
Demonstrate the poem
1. Write a similar poem about your experience at the playground with other
playing tools. [see-saw, monkey bar, slide..]