Thursday, 5 January 2017

FORM 2 LESSON PLAN: Simple Present and Simple Past

Here's the Form 2 lesson plan for next week. We are going to revise simple present and simple past. From my experience is it always good to contrast the two tenses in one lesson so that SS see the difference. A little extra care is needed to explain irregular verbs though! Feel free to use and share. It would be nice to get some feedback with your classes too. Teaching is an art so don't worry about making mistakes! 

Happy teaching!



DAY/DATE
SUNDAY
8/1/2017
FORM
2 KATHIR
TIME
11.00-12.30
NO. OF SS
26
THEME
Social Issues
TOPIC
Simple present and simple past
LEARNING STANDARD
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to:
1.
revise the simple past tense and irregular verbs
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
I will be successful if I can
1.
Listen to a song and complete the lyrics correctly
2.
Provide the simple present of the simple past verbs in the song
SUCCESS CRITERIA
1.
T writes some words from a song lyric on the whiteboard and get SS to guess what the song is about.
2.
T distributes a handout with gapped lyrics (verbs) of the song
3.
SS listen to the song twice and fill in gaps.
4.
Teacher provides answers by listing the verbs on whiteboard
5.
T calls individual SS to provide the simple present tense of the verbs e.g. “stood = stand”
6.
SS change the present tense to the past (handout)
7.
SS do reinforcement exercises on the simple past (handouts)
TEACHING &  LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
Tape recorder, song by Celine Dion, handout with gapped lyrics, handout with irregular verbs, extra tasks
21ST CENTURY ELEMENTS
Collaboration
/
Creativity
/
PBL

SS centeredness
/
Communication
/
Critical thinking
/
I-THiNK Maps

Task-based
/
SCHOOL-BASED ASSESSMENT
1

2

3

4

5

6

REFLECTION











MATERIALS
1. Simple present and simple past 




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RAP it! Active reading in the house

Next week am using the workbook that the panel has bought. I will be dealing with a reading passage adn have decided to employ one of the active reading strategies in the HEBAT module. In the HEBAT course, we were exposed to some ACTIVE reading strategies but some are suitable for whole chapters instead of passages. I discovered that the most suitable for a reading passage would be RAP. You may not use the same workbook but you can apply the same strategies. Feel free to use and share. 





DAY/DATE
SUNDAY
8/1/2017
FORM
5 BUKHARI
TIME
9.00-10.00
NO. OF SS
20
THEME
People
TOPIC
Reading Comprehension
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to:
1.
Understand the gist of a reading passage on Randy Pausch
SUCCESS CRITERIA
I will be successful if I can
1.
Provide correct answers to 4/5 open-ended questions based on the text
2.
Provide 7/10 summary points based on two aspects given
3.
Use the correct tense in writing my answers
TEACHING & LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
1
SS do intensive reading of a passage on Randy Pausch, a famous motivator.
2.
In pairs, SS use RAP (active reading strategy: READ, ASK QUESTIONS, PARAPHRASE) to show understanding of paragraphs assigned to them and complete a RAP sheet.
3
SS provide answers to open-ended questions using the correct tense.
4
SS locate summary points based on two aspects: dreams and setbacks and messages from Rand Pausch.
5
Feedback and discussion.
TEACHING AIDS/RESOURCES
Fokus KBAT SPM English 1119, Form 5, Sasbadi workbook, RAP sheet
21ST CENTURY ELEMENTS
Collaboration
/
Creativity
/
PBL

SS centeredness
/
Communication
/
Critical thinking
/
I-THiNK Maps

Task-based
/
REFLECTION












MATERIALS

1. Lesson Plan, What is RAP 1,  What is RAP 2.....here 



Happy teaching!




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Monday, 2 January 2017

First week's lesson plans

Happy New Year 2017! May this new year bring barakah and rahmah to all of us and may Allah keep us all healthy and happy!

Here are some lesson plans for my classes this week. Feel free to use and share with others!


FORM 2 KATHIR AND QAYYIM


DAY/DATE
SUNDAY
1/1/2017
FORM
2 KATHIR
TIME
11.00-12.30
NO. OF SS
26
THEME
People
TOPIC
Informal letter
LEARNING STANDARD
Writing informal Letters
LEARNING OBJECTIVES            
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to:.        
1. Understand the format of an informal letter
2.  Complete an informal letter in 200 words
SUCCESS CRITERIA
I will be successful if I can
1.     Write a letter to a pen pal in 200 words using the correct format
TEACHING &  LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
1.     T elicits when does someone write an informal letter
2.     Group work: Label the parts of an informal letter 100% correctly
3.     Complete a letter about a trip to a tea plantation using 20/24 phrases correctly
4.     Using 5 place-mats, ss generate ideas on what they did during the holidays
5.     SS write an informal letter based on the task given
TEACHING AIDS/RESOURCES
Envelopes with task,  handouts, informal letter template
21ST CENTURY ELEMENTS
Collaboration
/
Creativity
/
PBL
SS centeredness
/
Communication
/
Critical thinking
/
I-THiNK Maps
Task-based
/
SCHOOL-BASED ASSESSMENT
1

2

3

4

5
/
6

REFLECTION










MATERIALS:
1. Labels for informal letter
2. Letter frame
3. Writing an informal letter (gapped) -credit: Teacher Nuha



FORM 5 BUKHARI AND GHAZALI

Lesson Plan 1

DAY/DATE
SUNDAY
1/1/2017
FORM
5 BUKHARI
TIME
9.00-10.00
NO. OF SS
20
THEME
People
TOPIC
Writing introductions
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to:
1.       Write an interesting introduction based on the topic “Chocolates are everyone’s favourite”  in 70 words satisfactorily
SUCCESS CRITERIA
I will be successful if I can
1.       Understand main ideas and elaborations
2.       Write an introduction using one of the introduction styles taught satisfactorily
3.       Use the correct tense in the paragraph
TEACHING & LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
1.      T elicits from ss what makes a piece of writing interesting to read: content, language, characters, suspense, the introduction
2.      T shows a sample essay with an interesting introduction on
      screen
3.      T shows different ways to start and essay and SS guess what
      techniques are used
4.      Groupwork task: SS write an introduction to the question set
TEACHING AIDS/RESOURCES
LCD, slides, coloured papers, handouts, main ideas + supporting details organiser
21ST CENTURY ELEMENTS
Collaboration
/
Creativity
/
PBL
SS centeredness
/
Communication
/
Critical thinking
/
I-THiNK Maps
Task-based
/
REFLECTION










MATERIALS:
1. Opening paragraphs
2. Cats make excellent pets


Lesson Plan 2: (a continuation of Lesson Plan 1)

DAY/DATE
MONDAY
2/1/2017
FORM
5 BUKHARI
TIME
7.30-9.00
NO. OF SS
20
THEME
People
TOPIC
Writing main ideas and supporting ideas
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to:
1.    Write a composition in 300 words on the topic “Chocolates are everyone’s favourite”
SUCCESS CRITERIA
I will be successful if I can
1.    Provide 3-4 main ideas on the topic “Chocolates are everyone’s favourite”
2.    Provide relevant details on the main ideas
TEACHING & LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
1.       T distributes a 5 place-mats handout to each group
2.       SS take turns to fill in the place mats with reasons  why chocolates are everyone’s favourite
3.       T distributes a graphic organiser (main ideas and supporting details) and SS choose 3-4 reasons from the 5 place-mats
4.       In groups, SS brainstorm three reasons why chocolates are everyone’s favourite and support the reasons with relevant details
5.       Using the detailed outline they have produced, SS write a 300-word composition
TEACHING AIDS/RESOURCES
Graphic organiser, 5-place mats for generation of ideas
21ST CENTURY ELEMENTS
Collaboration
/
Creativity
/
PBL
SS centeredness
/
Communication
/
Critical thinking
/
I-THiNK Maps
Task-based
/
REFLECTION











MATERIALS

1. Graphic Organiser (main ideas and supporting details)
1. Article 1 and Article 2 (to help SS with ideas/reasons on why chocolates are everyone's favourite! You don't need to use this if your SS are good)












Happy teaching!



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