Ahad, 7 Oktober 2012

Week 40: 1-5/10

Class
 4K7
Date
1-2 /10/12
Time
7:05-8:15a.m./ 12:05-12:40a.m.
Theme
English
Topic
Literature/ ULBI: Role-playing (Reading the dialogues); plot;
                             lessons
Learning Outcomes
3.2 a. Dramatizing texts and role-playing characters.
       b. recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting.
Behavioural Objectives
By the end of the lesson, students are able to:
1.        Role-play the characters assigned accordingly by reading the dialogues clearly and with appropriate feelings and intonation.
2.        Understand the each part of the drama learnt by completing the exercise and following the role-play.
3.        Match the events to the correct parts of plot.
Activities
1.        The teacher briefs the students about the oral assessment.
2.        The selected group presents the role-play.
3.        The teacher comments on the performance.
4.        The group presenting the drama and discusses the exercise of the part assigned.
5.        The teacher checks the answers given.
6.        The students copy the answers.
Pedagogical strategies/ Skills
 CX, CC, MI/  R,L,S
CCTS
-
Teaching Aid
Masks
Moral Values
politeness, co-operation, bravery, diligence.
Reflection
The response was still unsatisfactory due to the monotonous tone and poor pronunciation.













                                                                      






Class
 4K1
Date
1/10/12
Time
9:45-10:55a.m.
Theme
English
Topic
Literature: Synopsis, lessons and enrichment exercises
                           
Learning Outcome
3.1 b. recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting.
Behavioural Objectives
By the end of the lesson, students are able to:
1.        Tell what the story is about in their own words.
2.        Understand each part of the drama learnt by completing the exercises and responding accordingly.
3.        Give one lesson learnt from the drama learnt.
Activities
1.        The teacher recaps the previous lesson.
2.        The voluntary student tells the synopsis in his own words.
3.        The students write the answers of the exercises given on the blackboard.
4.        The teacher discusses the answers and asks the students to check the answers.
5.        Homework: Write a lesson learnt form the drama.
Pedagogical strategies/ Skills
 CX, CC, MI/  R,L,S
CCTS
Problem-solving
Teaching Aid
handouts
Moral Values
Diligence, bravery, responsibility, family love, kindness.
Reflection
The students could understand the story overall.  However, they did not understand fully the events.





















Date
1 .10. 2012
Class
6AS
Time
11:30a.m.-12:40p.m.
Subject
MUET
No. of  Ss.
7
Level
Average
Topic
Listening Test
Skill
Listening for main ideas
Curriculum Specifications

1.      paraphrasing
2.      summarising information
3.      predicting
Objectives
By the end of the lesson, the students are able to:
1.    Identify the main ideas of the text heard by paraphrasing.
2.    Identify the subject matter of the text heard by summarising.
3.    Predict the answers based on the keywords and clues in the questions given.
Activities
1.    The teacher briefs the students about the Listening Test.
2.    The teacher plays the recorded listening texts.
3.    Discuss the questions and answers part by part.
4.    Do corrections.
Teaching Aids
Paper 1, CD-Cassette radio player.
Reflection
80% of the students were able to obtain 60% correct answers.   The other listening skills will be drilled in the coming lesson.














Class
 4K4
Date
2 .10.12
Time
7:05-8:15a.m.
Theme
English
Topic
Literature/ ULBI: Role-playing (Reading the dialogues); plot;
                             lessons
Learning Outcomes
3.2 a. Dramatizing texts and role-playing characters.
      b. recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting.
Behavioural Objectives
By the end of the lesson, students are able to:
1.        Role-play the characters assigned accordingly by reading the dialogues clearly and with appropriate feelings and intonation.
2.        Understand the each part of the drama learnt by completing the exercise and following the role-play.
3.        Match the events to the correct parts of plot.
Activities
1.      The teacher briefs the students about the oral assessment.
2.        The selected group presents the role-play.
3.        The teacher comments on the performance.
4.        The group presenting the drama and discusses the exercise of the part assigned.
5.        The teacher checks the answers given.
6.        The students copy the answers.
Pedagogical strategies/ Skills
 CX, CC, MI/  R,L,S
CCTS
-
Teaching Aid
Masks, manila cards.
Moral Values
politeness, co-operation, bravery, diligence, responsibility.
Reflection
The students were not confident to talk aloud in front of the class. Their soft voice has affected the coherence of the contents. The  grammatical errors made did not affect the meaning.















                                                                       





Class
 4K1/ 4K7; 4K4
Date
2.10.12/  3.10.12
Time
9:45-10:55a.m./  7:05-8:15a.m.;   9:45-10:55a.m.
Theme
English
Topic
Speech
Learning Outcome
2.3 a. writing recounts, descriptions, explanations, speeches, reports,  
          and articles.
Behavioural Objectives
By the end of the lesson, students are able to:
1.        Know the format of a speech overall by referring to the model answers of different questions.
2.        Write a simple speech based on the situation given.
Activities
1.      The teacher introduces the topic.
2.        The teacher distributes the reference books to the students.
3.        The teacher discusses the model answers and give notes to the class.
4.        The students copy the notes.
5.        Write a simple speech.
6.        Discussion.
Pedagogical strategies/ Skills
 CX /  W
CCTS
Problem-solving
Teaching Aid
Model essays and summaries: Format SPM English 1119 (Form 4,5)
Moral Values
Diligence, bravery, responsibility, family love, kindness.
Reflection
Objectives achieved.
















Date
3.10. 2012
Class
6AS
Time
10:55a.m.-12:05p.m.
Subject
MUET
No. of  Ss.
5
Level
Average
Topic
Is today’s education effective in moulding a balanced individual for a better life?
Skill
Reading
Curriculum Specifications
1. comprehension
a. skimming and scanning
b. extracting specific information
c. identifying main ideas
Objectives
By the end of the lesson, the students are able to:
1. tell the headlines of the news read correctly.
2. identify the main ideas in the news read
3. explain the main ideas in one’s own words by referring
    to the specific information found in the news.
Activities
1.  The teacher introduces the topic.
2.  The teacher distributes few newspaper articles related to social issues and education to the students.
3.  The students read silently then discuss the main ideas of the news articles read.
4.  The students plan their own ideas towards the topic given.  
Teaching Aids
The map, the handouts
Reflection
Satisfactory.They could identify 80% of the main ideas for the text read.















4- 19 October 2012

Form Four Second Semester
Final Exam


Date
4-5.10. 2012
Class
6AS
Time
8:15a.m.-9:45a.m./  7:05-8:15a.m.
Subject
MUET
No. of  Ss.
5
Level
High
Topic
Is today’s education effective in moulding a balanced individual for a better life?
Skills
Speaking skill integrated with listening skill
Curriculum Specifications
1. task fulfilment
a. presenting relevant ideas
b. showing a mature treatment of topic
2. synthesis
a. summarising information
Objectives
By the end of the lesson, the students are able to:
1. give relevant opinions and reasons towards the topic
    discussed.
2. state the relationship between today’s education and its
effects on today’s individuals.
3. understand the presentation of the speaker by telling
    the main ideas in one’s own words.
Activities
1.  The teacher briefs the activity of the day.
2.  Presentation.
3.  Discussion.  
Teaching Aid
-
Reflections
Initially,the students did not show the thorough comprehension on the topic given. They failed to understand the requirement and the relationships of the subjects in the topic i.e. today’s education and today’s human population.

In the second session of the presentation, there were two students who had managed to relate the subjects though it was not in detail.




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