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Siri Panduan Guru Prasekolah

PELAKSANAAN KURIKULUM PRASEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN

Pembelajaran yang Menyeronokkan dan Bermakna

English Learning Modules

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yang Menyeronokkan dan Bermakna English Learning Modules J Bahagian Pembangunan Kurikulum Kementerian Pelajaran

Bahagian Pembangunan Kurikulum Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia

2010

Menyeronokkan dan Bermakna English Learning Modules J Bahagian Pembangunan Kurikulum Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia 2010
Menyeronokkan dan Bermakna English Learning Modules J Bahagian Pembangunan Kurikulum Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia 2010

CONTENTS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

1.

Kata Penghantar

 

i

2.

Kata Alu-Aluan

ii

3

Introduction

iii

4

Module 1

Getting To Know You And Me

1 - 7

5

Module 2

Introducing And Getting To Know The Vowels

8

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7

Module 3 Getting To Know The Letters Of The Alphabets (Vowels And Consonants)

63 - 91

8.

Module 4 Getting To Know Words, Phrases And Simple Sentences

92 - 113

9.

Module 5 Speak, Read And Write

114 - 135

8.

Panelist

136

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

The Preschool English Language Curriculum builds the foundation through the development of the skills of listening, speaking and early literacy. It also aims at enabling pupils to actively communicate with others in their immediate environment as well as develop an enjoyment of the language through the use of stories, poems, songs and games. Through language play they will also imagine and recreate experiences.

Vocabulary development will be facilitated through exposure of language related to familiar experiences and things in the environment as well as simple selections from pupils’ literature. Language development will be supported through the use of context including objects from the real world, pictures, puppets and other props so that language experiences will be meaningful.

English will also be learnt actively through meaningful interaction with others. Listening and speaking will include verbal and non verbal communication including the use of body language, facial expression and eye contact.

Language will also facilitate the development of emergent literacy. Pupils will be exposed to written language through a variety of materials such as word cards, books, charts, labels, signs and posters. Reading is for pleasure and enjoyment.

This book consist of five modules:

Module 1

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Getting To Know You And Me

Module 2

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Introducing And Getting To Know The Vowels

Module 3

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Getting To Know The Letters Of The Alphabet (Vowels and Consenants)

Module 4

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Getting To Know Words, Phrases And Simple Sentences

Module 5

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Speak, Read And Write

Each Modules is upgraded accordingly to the topic from getting to know the child to knowing how to speak, read and write. From simple topic to more complex and this enhance the child ability to master the language.

Work sheets are given to make lessons more easier and example for teachers to follow. Songs and poems comes along so as to make lesson more fun and merrier

Objectives

The English Language Curriculum aims at enabling pupils to:

i. Listen actively with understanding.

ii. Express themselves orally in simple English.

iii. Read common words and simple sentences independently.

iv. Write words and simple sentences.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

MODULE 1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE MODULE 1 GETTING TO KNOW YOU & ME - 1 -

GETTING TO KNOW YOU & ME

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE MODULE 1 GETTING TO KNOW YOU & ME - 1 -

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

MODULE 1

GETTING TO KNOW YOU & ME

NAME OF

Activity 1 : Name Game

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills

LEARNING

BI 1.2.5: Listen to and repeat greetings BI 1.2.6 Listen to and respond verbally to greetings.

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.2 Membina semangat dan sikap yang positif

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

CD Happy Birthday music, CD Player

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Pupils sit in a circle holding hands.

2. Teacher introduces herself / himself, “ My name is -------

3. Teacher then sings a song using her name; “My name is ----------. My name is ------------. “ to the tune of Happy Birthday Song)

4. Teacher repeats the song several times.

5. Pupils start introducing themselves one by one using the same tune, “My name is --------“, My name is ---------

6. Pupils form two circles with the pupils in the inner circle facing the pupils in the outer pupils.

7. Pupils in the outer circle sing and introduce themselves to the friend facing them.

8. Pupils in the outer circles move in a clockwise direction to face a new friend. Continue to introduce self until all the pupils have introduced themselves.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 2 : Greeting Song

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills

LEARNING

BI 1.2.5 Listen to and repeat greetings BI 1.5.1 Listen to and recite nursery rhymes and action songs.

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

STRANDS

KTI

2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

TEACHING

CD

good morning song, CD Player, Word card good morning

MATERIALS

 

PROCEDURES

1.

Teacher sings the good morning song and shows the word,” good morning” using flash card/picture card (tune of Happy Birthday Song) Good morning to you, Good morning to you, Good morning ………(name of a pupil) Good morning to you,

2.

Pupils repeat and practice the song. Pupils sit in a circle.

3.

One child goes to the centre of the circle.

4.

The whole class sings and greets the child in the centre of the circle.

5.

Repeat with other pupils in the centre of the circle.

Note : Teacher can use the same steps to teach other greeting (good afternoon, good night)

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 3: Move Your Body.

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills

LEARNING

BI 1.5.1 Listen to and recite nursery rhymes and action songs

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

STRANDS

KTI

2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

TEACHING

CD

– If you‟re happy and you know it

MATERIALS

CD

Player, Song chart

PROCEDURES 1. Teacher sings “If you‟re happy and you know it” song

If you’re happy and you know it Clap you hands. If you’re happy and you know it Clap you hands. If you’re happy and you know it Then you really ought to show it If you’re happy and you know it Clap you hands.

2. Pupils repeat and practice the song.

3. Pupils sit in a circle and sing the song with actions.

4. Pupils can suggest their own actions eg. Scratch your head, rub your chin, pull your hair.

5. Variations Pupils can sing in groups. Alternatively a group sings and the other group performs the actions.

Note : Teacher can replace clap your hands with other actions :- Eg; Stamp your feet, snap your fingers, shake your head , tap your toes

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 4: Nice To Meet You

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills

LEARNING

BI 1.5.1 Listen to and recite nursery rhymes and action songs

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

STRANDS

KTI 2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

TEACHING

Rhyme chart

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES 1. Teacher recites “Hello, my friend” rhyme

Hello, my friend. How are you?

I am Siti,

Nice to meet you.

Hello, my friend. How are you?

I am Nani,

Nice to meet you.

2. Pupils repeat and practice the rhyme.

3. Pupils sit in a circle and recite the rhyme with actions.

4. Pupils take turns to introduce themselves by reciting the rhyme.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 5: Magic Box.

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills

LEARNING

BI 1.3.2 Talk about familiar experiences, favourite things and activities around them with guidance.

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

STRANDS

TEACHING

 

MATERIALS

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PROCEDURES

1.

Pupils sit in a circle.

2.

Teacher asks the pupils what they like to do.

2.

Pupils pass the magic box (there is no magic box, pupils only imagine that there is a magic box)

3.

The first pupil pretend to take out an object that they like from the magic box. (eg: book)

4.

The pupil will do the action using the object. (Pretend to open the book and read)

5.

Other pupils will try to guess the action. (eg: He/She likes reading)

6.

The pupil will pretend to pass the magic box to the next pupil.

6.

This activity can be carried out until every child gets their turn.

Note* There are no teaching aids involved. Everything is imagination and actions.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 6 : Beware of the beanbag.

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills

LEARNING

BI 1.2.5 Listen to repeat greetings.

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

STRANDS

TEACHING

beanbags

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Pupils stand in a circle.

2. Teacher demonstrate the game in a small group. Eg: Azhar says „Good morning Jeya and throw the beanbag to her. Jeya catches the beanbag. Jeya says Good morning to Alice and throws the beanbag to her. (Before throwing the beanbag, the pupil will call out the friend‟s name so that he/she will be ready to catch the beanbag.

3. The activity goes on until everyone gets the chance to throw and catch the beanbag.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

MODULE 2

INTRODUCING AND GETTING TO KNOW THE VOWELS

ants on the apple eh, eh, eh ants on the apple eh, eh, eh eh

ants on the apple eh, eh, eh ants on the apple eh, eh, eh eh is the sound for “a”.

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MODULE 2

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

INTRODUCING AND GETTING TO KNOW THE VOWELS

NAME OF

Activity 1 : Phonics Song All about “a”

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills

LEARNING

BI 1.5.1 Listen to and recite nursery rhymes and action songs.

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

LEARNING

STANDARDS

KTI 2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

TEACHING

Song chart, apple, plastic ants

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Teacher sings phonics song letter “a” as in diagram 1

2. Pupils repeat and practice the song. (a-z)

This song can also be used for other letters of the alphabet

3. Pupils sit in a circle and sing the song with actions.

4. Pupils are given activity sheet to reinforce the letter “a” in writing. Refer to writing activities given.

ants on the apple eh, eh, eh ants on the apple eh, eh, eh eh

ants on the apple eh, eh, eh ants on the apple eh, eh, eh eh is the sound for “a”.

Diagram 1 Note* Teacher can teach alphabet (b-z) using the same method.

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PHONICS SONG

a

Ants on the apple air,air, air Ants on the apple air,air, air Air is the sound for „a‟

b

Balls are bouncing „bhe‟ – „bhe‟ – „bhe‟ Balls are bouncing „bhe‟ – „bhe‟ – „bhe‟ „bhe‟ is the sound for „b‟

c

Caterpillars coughing „che‟ – „che‟ – „che‟ Caterpillars coughing „che‟ – „che‟ – „che‟ „che‟ is the sound for „c‟

d

Dolls are dancing „dhe‟ – „dhe‟ – „dhe‟ Dolls are dancing „dhe‟ – „dhe‟ – „dhe‟ „dhe‟ is the sound for „d‟

e

Elegant elephants „eh‟ – „eh‟ – „eh‟ Elegant elephants „eh‟ – „eh‟ – „eh‟ „eh‟ is the sound for „e‟

f

Five flamingoes „ff‟ – „ff‟ – „ff‟ Five flamingoes „ff‟ – „ff‟ – „ff‟ „ff‟ is the sound for „f‟

g

Goats are giggling

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„ghe‟ – „ghe‟ – „ghe‟ Goats are giggling „ghe‟ – „ghe‟ – „ghe‟ „ghe‟ is the sound for „g‟

h

Helicopters hovering „heh‟ – „heh‟ – „heh‟ Helicopters hovering „heh‟ – „heh‟ – „heh‟ „heh‟ is the sound for „h‟

i

Indian itching „ih‟ – „ih‟ – „ih‟ Indian itching „ih‟ – „ih‟ – „ih‟ „ih‟ is the sound for „I‟

j

Jelly beans jumping „jeh‟ – „jeh‟ – „jeh‟ Jelly beans jumping „jeh‟ – „jeh‟ – „jeh‟ „jeh‟ is the sound for „j‟

k

king kicked the kettle „keh‟-„keh‟-„keh; king kicked the kettle „keh‟-„keh‟-„keh; „keh‟ is the sound for „k‟

l

Lions liking lolypop „ll‟-„ll‟-„ll‟ Lions liking lolypop „ll‟-„ll‟-„ll‟ „ll‟ is the sound for „l‟

m

Monkeys are munhcing „mm‟-„mm‟-„mm‟ Monkeys are munching „mm‟-„mm‟-„mm‟ „mm‟ is the sound for „m‟

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

n

Nuts in a nut shell „nn‟-„nn‟-„nn‟ Nuts in a nut shell „nn‟-„nn‟-„nn‟ „nn‟ is the sound for „n‟

o

Old orange octopus „oh‟-„oh‟-„oh‟ Old orange octopus „oh‟-„oh‟-„oh‟ „oh‟ is the sound for „o‟

p

Panthers are peeping „peh‟-„peh‟-„peh‟ Panthers are peeping „peh‟-„peh‟-„peh‟ „peh‟ is the sound for „p‟

q

queens quilt „qua‟-„qua‟-„qua‟ queens quilt „qua‟-„qua‟-„qua‟ „qua‟ is the sound for „q‟

r

Rats go round and round „rr‟-„rr‟-„rr‟ Rats go round and round „rr‟-„rr‟-„rr‟ „rr‟ is the sound for „r‟

s

Snakes are hissing „ss‟-„ss‟-„ss‟ Snakes are hissing „ss‟-„ss‟-„ss‟ „ss‟ is the sound for „s‟

t

Teddy bears talking „th‟-„th‟-„th‟ teddy bears talking „th‟-„th‟-„th‟ „th‟ is the sound for „t‟

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

u

up, up we go „u‟-u‟-„u‟ up, up we go

„u‟-„u‟-„u‟-

„u‟ is the sound for „u‟

v

Vultures are wandering „veh‟-„veh‟-„veh‟ Vultures are wandering „veh‟-„veh‟-„veh‟ „veh‟ is the sound for „v‟

w

Worms are wigglling „weh‟-„weh‟-„weh‟ Worms are wigglling „weh‟-„weh‟-„weh‟ „weh‟ is the sound f „ w‟

x

Rays of xray „xs‟-„xs‟-„xs‟ Rays of xray „xs‟-„xs‟-„xs‟ „xs‟ is the sound for „x‟

y

Yellow yo-yo „yeh‟-„yeh‟-„yeh‟ Yellow yo-yo „yeh‟-„yeh‟-„yeh‟ „yeh‟ is the sound for „y‟

z

Zebras in the zoo „zeh‟-„zeh‟-„zeh‟ Zebras in the zoo „zeh‟-„zeh‟-„zeh‟ „yeh‟ is the sound for „z‟

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

WRITING ACTIVITIES

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE WRITING ACTIVITIES axe apple arrow aeroplane - 14 -
ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE WRITING ACTIVITIES axe apple arrow aeroplane - 14 -
ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE WRITING ACTIVITIES axe apple arrow aeroplane - 14 -

axe

apple

arrow

aeroplane

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ball
book
bun
boy
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cow cap cat car
cow
cap
cat
car

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eye ear egg eight
eye
ear
egg
eight

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fish fan feet face
fish
fan
feet
face

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girl goat gun gate
girl
goat
gun
gate

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hat house hen horse
hat
house
hen
horse

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jug jet jam jelly
jug
jet
jam
jelly

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kite key king kitten
kite
key
king
kitten

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lion leaf lamp lady
lion
leaf
lamp
lady

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moon money mat Manman man
moon
money
mat
Manman man

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net nine nail nut
net
nine
nail
nut

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orange old oval one
orange
old
oval
one

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pot pan pen pin
pot
pan
pen
pin

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quail quilt queen queue
quail
quilt
queen
queue

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rose rat river road
rose
rat
river
road

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sit sun six star
sit
sun
six
star

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ten tap tail table
ten
tap
tail
table

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umbrella urn up under
umbrella
urn
up
under

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vase van vest violin
vase
van
vest
violin

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watch water wall whale
watch
water
wall
whale

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xylophone x-mas x-ray
xylophone
x-mas
x-ray

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yam yarn yoyo yolk
yam
yarn
yoyo
yolk

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

zebra zero zip zoo
zebra
zero
zip
zoo

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 2 : “a” For Apple Printing

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills Pre-writing skills

LEARNING

BI 1.4.4 Listen to and perform actions based on instructions in activities and games BI 4.1.2 Draw lines, circles and patterns using gross motor and fine motor movements

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

LEARNING

STANDARDS

KTI 1.2 Melahirkan idea kreatif dalam penghasilan karya (Ekspresi kreatif).

TEACHING

Apple shaped sponges, art papers, manila cards, paint- red green, brown, yellow, black, palette, brushes, song lyrics, musical instruments for singing.

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Pupils are given a piece of art paper.

2. Teacher shows how to print a picture of an apple using sponge and colours.

3. Pupils print the apple and then create ants using fingers and markers on the printed picture.

4. Teacher gives pupils the song lyrics on a piece of paper.

5. Pupils circle all the letters “a” with a colour pencil on the song lyric sheet.

6. Paste the picture and the song sheet on a piece of manila card as shown below.

and the song sheet on a piece of manila card as shown below. ants on the

ants on the apple air, air, air ants on the apple air,air, air air is the sound for “a”

7. Pupils end the activity by singing the phonics song.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 3: The “A” Magic Box / Bag

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills Reading skill Pre-writing skills

LEARNING

BI 1.6.3 Sing songs with the correct pronunciation and intonation BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet BI 4.2.3 Write recognizable letters

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

LEARNING

STANDARDS

KTI 2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

TEACHING

Magic box / bag, model of an apple, model of an ant, model of an axe, model of an aeroplane, musical instruments for accompaniment, worksheet (colouring pictures with beginning “a” sounds and joining the dotted lines for the alphabet “a”)

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1.

Teacher brings out a magic box / bag filled with the models apple, ant, axe, aeroplane.

2.

Pupils pick a model from the box / bag and name the model that they have picked out.

3.

Teacher holds up the model of the apple and sings the “Ant on the Apple” song.

4.

Teacher continues in the same manner with the other models of the ant, axe and aeroplane

5.

Pupils repeat and practice the song.

6.

Pupils stand in a circle and sing the song with actions according to the model that has been picked by the pupils as they passed the magic box / bag around.

7.

Pupils are given activity sheet to reinforce the letter “a” in writing and colour all the pictures beginning with the “a” (air) sound. refer to activiti sheet one 1

ants on the apple eh, eh, eh, ants on the apple eh, eh, eh eh

ants on the apple eh, eh, eh, ants on the apple eh, eh, eh eh is the sound for “a”.

axe for chopping eh, eh, eh, axe for chopping eh, eh, eh, eh is the

axe for chopping eh, eh, eh, axe for chopping eh, eh, eh, eh is the sound for “a”.

aeroplane in the air eh, eh, eh, aeroplane in the air eh, eh, eh, eh

aeroplane in the air eh, eh, eh, aeroplane in the air eh, eh, eh, eh is the sound for “a”.

ants are biting eh, eh, eh, ants are biting eh, eh, eh, eh is the

ants are biting eh, eh, eh, ants are biting eh, eh, eh, eh is the sound for “a”.

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ACTIVITY SHEET 1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

PUPIL”S NAME :

Colour the pictures which begin with the beginning letter “a”

PUPIL ”S NAME : Colour the pictures which begin with the beginning letter “a” Write the

Write the letter “a”.

PUPIL ”S NAME : Colour the pictures which begin with the beginning letter “a” Write the

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 4 : Matching Pictures With Alphabets

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Reading skill Writing skills

LEARNING

BI 3.1.2 Recognize letters of the alphabet by their name BI 4.2.2 Write recognizable letters with guidance

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi KTI 1.1 Menggunakan pengetahuan tentang bahan dan teknik dalam menghasilkan karya seni (aplikasi seni).

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Activity Sheet 1, colour pencils

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Pupils sing the letter „a‟ song (Ants on the Apple)

2. Pupils name things that begin with letter „a‟ by looking at some picture cards.

3. Teacher gives worksheet 2 out to pupils and ask them to colour the pictures that

begin with the letter „a‟.

4. Pupils trace the letter „a‟ by joining the dotted lines.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

NAME OF

Activity 5 : Singing the letter „O‟ Phonic Song

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills Reading skill Writing skills

LEARNING

BI 1.6.3 Sing song with the correct pronunciation and intonation. BI 3.1.8 Hear and sound vowel sounds. BI 4.2.2 Write recognizable letters with guidance.

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

LEARNING

STANDARDS

KTI 2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

TEACHING

Song chart, O‟ shaped doughnuts, colourful chocolate rice, smarties and melted chocolate and icing sugar

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1.

Teacher sings the letter „o‟ phonics song letter “o” as in diagram 2

2.

Pupils repeat and practice the song.

3.

Pupils sit in a circle and sing the song with actions.

4.

Pupils are given activity sheets to reinforce the writing of letter “o” . ( Do as in activiti sheet 1 but change the picture and letter o)

5.

Pupils are given „O‟ shaped doughnuts, colourful chocolate rice, smarties, icing sugar and melted chocolate.

5.

Pupils dip one side of the doughnut into a bowl of melted chocolate. (as shown in diagram 3)

6.

They put the doughnuts on the plate with the chocolate side facing up. (as shown in diagrame 4)

7.

Pupils decorate their doughnuts with chocolate rice and smarties according to their own creativity. (as shown in diagram 5)

8.

They then talk about other things that have the shape of „O‟

9.

Pupils have doughnuts for their tea break.

Orange octopus, ‘o’ - ‘o’ - ‘o’ Orange octopus, ‘o’ - ‘o’ - ‘o’ ‘o’

Orange octopus, ‘o’-‘o’-‘o’ Orange octopus, ‘o’-‘o’-‘o’ ‘o’ is the sound for o.

Diagram 2

Orange octopus, ‘o’ - ‘o’ - ‘o’ ‘o’ is the sound for o. Diagram 2 Diagram
Diagram 4
Diagram 4

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Orange octopus, ‘o’ - ‘o’ - ‘o’ ‘o’ is the sound for o. Diagram 2 Diagram
Orange octopus, ‘o’ - ‘o’ - ‘o’ ‘o’ is the sound for o. Diagram 2 Diagram

Diagram 3

Orange octopus, ‘o’ - ‘o’ - ‘o’ ‘o’ is the sound for o. Diagram 2 Diagram
Diagram 5
Diagram 5

Activity B : Getting to know a, e, i, o, u

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

1. Pupils sit in a circle and wear their masks. The first pupil will introduce himself/herself to the pupil next to him (clockwise) ; “Hello I am “a” .

2. The second pupil will introduce his/her alphabet -

Hello I am “e” . It goes on until all the pupils have

introduced themselves as the alphabet they represent.

3. Teacher can use the same introduction method using more complex sentences using the same procedures as above.

Example: a.

How are you “a”

I am fine thank you. How are you “o”

I am fine thank you

b. Good morning „a‟ How are you today.

“a” I am fine thank you. How are you “o” I am fine thank you b.

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NAME OF

Activity 6 : Letter “O” Activities

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language

1. Listening Skills

2. Speaking Skills

3. Reading Skills

4. Writing Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.2.5 Listen to and repeat greetings BI 1.2.6 Listen and respond verbally to greetings BI 3.1.8 Hear and sound vowel sounds BI 4.1.1 Engage in activities requiring eye-hand coordination

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

LEARNING

STANDARDS

KTI 1.1 Menggunakan pengetahuan tentang bahan dan teknik dalam menghasilkan karya seni (aplikasi seni).

TEACHING

Alphabet printouts (a, e, i, o, u)s, manila cards, rubber bands, colour pencils / crayons, scissors, glue

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

Activity A : Vowel Masks - a, e, i, o, u

1. Print out the worksheet below (A4 size as attached) . Distribute the different alphabet printouts a, e, i, o, u, equally among the pupils in the class.

2. Teacher can give each group different vowel masks eg, letter “i”, letter “e”, letter “u” and letter “a” (all the vowels).

3. Pupils colour the picture in the print out.

4. Pupils then cut out the parts of the picture and paste them on a piece of manila card to make a mask.

5. Teacher guides the pupils to punch 2 holes on the left and right corner of the masks near the ears.

6. Teacher helps pupils to tie rubber bands near the ears of the mask for the pupils to wear the mask without falling.

7. Once the masks are ready, the teacher can do listening and speaking activities with the pupils

can do listening and speaking activities with the pupils Example of an alphabet mask and more

Example of an alphabet mask and more with alphabets vocal with it below (diagram 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)

Activity C : Big Wind Blows (L, S, R)

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1. Pupils sit on their chairs in a circle in the classroom. A pupil wearing an alphabet mask goes to the centre of the circle

2. The pupil in the centre says, “Big, wind, blows!”

3. The rest of the pupils ask, “ Blows what?”

4. The pupil in the centre says, “Blows all the “a”(s)!”

5. Pupil in the centre and all those wearing the “a” masks must get up from their chairs to exchange places with their “a” masked friends as fast as possible.

6. The pupil without a seat will go to the centre of the circle and repeat the whole game again, naming other vowels.

7. Play the game until all the pupils recognize all the letters of the vowels.

game again, naming other vowels. 7. Play the game until all the pupils recognize all the

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Activity D : Sing Vowel Song - a, e, i, o, u

SONGS :

1. Come and Drink Apple Juice

(Tune of: "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush")

Come and drink some apple juice, some apple juice, some apple juice, Come and drink some apple juice, Come and drink with me.

We all love the letter “a”, the letter “a”, the letter “a”, We all love the letter “a”, Come and sing with me.

Note :

Substitute “drink some orange juice” for letter “o” Substitute “eat some ice cream” for letter “i” Substitute “eat some scrambled eggs” for letter “e” Substitute “share an umbrella” for letter “u”

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Sing in groups or as a class with actions, eg, writing the vowel in the air with your finger while singing.

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Example of alphabets vocal mask (diagram 6)

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Example of alphabets vocal mask (diagram 7)

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Example of alphabets vocal mask (diagram 8)

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Example of alphabets vocal mask (diagram 9)

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Example of alphabets vocal mask (diagram 10) - 54 -

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Example of alphabets vocal mask (diagram 11)

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NAME OF

Activity 7 : Learning Phonics - All about „e‟

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Comunication English Language Listening and speaking skills Reading skills

LEARNING

BI 1.5.1 Listen to and recite nursery rhymes and action songs BI 3.1.8 Hear and sound vowel sounds

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

LEARNING

KTI 1.1

Menggunakan pengetahuan tentang bahan dan teknik dalam

STANDARDS

menghasilkan karya seni (aplikasi seni).

TEACHING

Song chart, picture with face of an elephant and colour pencils.

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Introduce the letter „e‟ song (elegant elephants)

2. Teacher provides paper with face of an elephant printed on it

provides paper with face of an elephant printed on it 3. Pupils colour the picture and
provides paper with face of an elephant printed on it 3. Pupils colour the picture and
provides paper with face of an elephant printed on it 3. Pupils colour the picture and

3. Pupils colour the picture and make an elephant mask.

4. Pupils wear the elephant mask and sing the „e song‟

5. Colour the letter „e‟ in the „e‟ song

ELEGANT ELEPHANTS

EIegant elephants Eh-eh-eh Elegant elephants Eh-eh-eh

Eh is the sound for „e

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NAME OF

Activity 8: Making a Vowel Photo Frame

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English language

1. Reading Skills

2. Writing Skills

LEARNING

(BI 3.1.8) Hear and sound vowel sounds (BI 4.1.1) Engage in activities requiring eye-hand coordination

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

KTI 1.2 Melahirkan idea kreatif dalam penghasilan karya (ekspresi kreatif).

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Old newspapers/magazines, scissors, glue pupil‟s picture, soaked newspapers in pail, wooden pestle and mortar and cardboard frame for 4R photograph, poster colours, brushes, palette, apron, markers

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1.

Pupils pound the soaked newspapers to make paper mache using wooden pestle and mortar.

2.

Pupils press out water from the pounded newspaper and shape frame on one side of cardboard using glue.

3.

Pupils can use their own creativity to shape the photo frame into house, animal, book, etc with the teacher‟s help.

4.

Put the frame out to dry.

5

Cut out coloured vowels

animal, book, etc with the teacher‟s help. 4. Put the frame out to dry. 5 Cut
animal, book, etc with the teacher‟s help. 4. Put the frame out to dry. 5 Cut
animal, book, etc with the teacher‟s help. 4. Put the frame out to dry. 5 Cut
animal, book, etc with the teacher‟s help. 4. Put the frame out to dry. 5 Cut

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NAME OF

Activity 9 : Vowel Dice Game

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication _English Language

1. Listening Skills

2. Speaking Skills

3. Reading Skills

4. Writing Skills

LEARNING

(BI 3.1.8) Hear and sound vowel sounds (BI 4.1.1) Engage in activities requiring eye-hand coordination

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.1.Membina konsep kendiri

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Work sheet, cardboard cutout to make dice, and colours

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Teacher provides the cut out cardboard with vowels printed on it as shown below.

aa

a

bb

b

cc

c

dd

d

aaa

eee

iii

ooo

uuu

aaa

2. Pupils fold the cardboard into a box to make the dice.

3. Teacher also provides a worksheet with vowels printed on it.

Teacher also provides a worksheet with vowels printed on it. 4. This game can be played

4. This game can be played by 2 -4 players.

5.

Each pupil take turns to throw the dice. The pupils then looks at the vowels that appear on the top of the dice. He then colours the vowel which appears on the dice.

6.

If a pupil throws an “X” on the dice, he / she misses a turn.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE Once any of these rows are completed, the child is the winner

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MODULE

Once any of these rows are completed, the child is the winner

7. The pupil who completes coloring a horizontal / vertical row of vowels is the winner. 8. The pupils can play with different partners / group

a horizontal / vertical row of vowels is the winner. 8. The pupils can play with

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NAME OF

Activity 10: Phonics Song – All about “i”

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills Writing skills

LEARNING

BI 1.5.1 Listen to and recite nursery rhymes and action songs BI 4.2.2 Writing skills Write recognizable letters with guidance

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.3 : Membina keyakinan untuk berkomunikasi

LEARNING

STANDARDS

KTI 2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

TEACHING

Song chart

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1 Teacher sings the phonic song of the letter “i” as in diagram 12 Indian
1
Teacher sings the phonic song of the letter “i” as in diagram 12
Indian itching
„i‟ – „i‟ – „i‟
Indian itching
„i‟ – „i‟ – „i‟
„i‟ is the sound for i
Diagram 12
2.
Pupils repeat and practice the song.
3.
Pupils sit in a circle and sing the song with actions.
4.
Pupils are given activity sheet to reinforce the writing of the letter “i” .
5
Pupils name other pictures beginning with the letter „i „- eg. igloo, ink, insect

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NAME OF

Activity 11 : “i” Words

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening and speaking skills Reading skill

LEARNING

BI 3.1.1 Recognize letters of the alphabet by their shapes BI 3.1.2 Recognize letters of the alphabet by their names BI 1.5.1 Listen to and recite nursery rhymes and action songs

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.2 : Membina semangat dan sikap yang positif

LEARNING

STANDARDS

KTI 2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

TEACHING

Pictures of Indian, igloo, insect, ink. song lyric sheet

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES 1. Teacher introduces four pictures as in diagram 13

indian

indian

igloo

igloo

insects

insects

ink

ink

Diagram 13 2. Pupils sing the song –“ Indian-Indian have you any wool” (sing to the tune of “Baa Sheep).

Indian, Indian have you any ink Yes sir, yes sir three bottles full One for my igloo One for my insects And one for the little Indian Who lives down the lane

Baa Black

one for the little Indian Who lives down the lane Baa Black 3. Teacher gives the

3. Teacher gives the pupils a piece of paper with the lyric of the song on it.

4. Pupils circle all the letters “i” with a colour pencil on the song lyric sheet.

Indian-Indian have you any ink yes sir, yes sir three bottles full one for my igloo, one for my insect, and one for the little indian, who lives down the lane

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NAME OF

Activity 12: Phonics Song – Letter “u”

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language BI 1. Listening and speaking skills BI 3. Reading skill BI 4 Writing skills

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.2 : Membina semangat dan sikap yang positif

LEARNING

STANDARDS

KTI 2.1 Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi

LEARNING

BI 1.5.1 Listen to and recite nursery rhymes and action songs BI 3.1.1 Recognize letters of the alphabet by their shapes BI 3.1.2 Recognize letters of the alphabet by their names BI 4.2.2 Write recognizable letters with guidance

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Song chart

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1 Pupils sing the ABC song. 2. Teacher sings phonics song – letter “u” as in diagram 14

UUnnccllee UUnnoo wwaallkkiinngg uunnddeerr aann uummbbrreellllaa

up, up we go „u‟ - u‟ - „u‟ up, up we go „u‟ -

up, up we go „u‟-u‟-„u‟ up, up we go

„u‟-„u‟-„u‟-

up, up we go „u‟ is the sound for u

Diagram 14

2.

Pupils repeat and practice the song.

3.

Pupils sit in a circle and sing the song with actions.

4.

Pupils are given activity sheet to reinforce the writing of letter’u’.

5.

Pupils name pictures beginning with the letter „ u‟ - eg. umbrella, uncle, under and up from the picture chart.

6.

Teacher says the sentence a few times and the pupils repeat after her/him.(tongue twister)

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MODULE 3

GETTING TO KNOW THE LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET (VOWELS & CONSONANTS)

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ww

oo

bb

ww

MODULE 3

GETTING TO KNOW THE LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET (VOWELS & CONSONANTS)

NAME OF

Activity 1 : Letter Turn-Over

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening Skills Speaking Skills Reading Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.2.9 Listen to words said aloud and respond accordingly. BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet BI 3.2.5 Recognize and sound out simple words

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.2 Membina semangat dan sikap yang positif

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Alphabet cards with pictures on one side and letters on the other.

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

side and letters on the other. MATERIALS PROCEDURES Diagram 1 1. Teacher arranges letter cards on

Diagram 1

1. Teacher arranges letter cards on the floor. Each card has a letter of the alphabet printed on one side and a picture that matches the initial sound of the picture on the other side as shown in diagram 1.

2. Teacher calls out a word and pupils are to identify the initial sound of the word.

3. Pupils look for the letter card that matches it and then turn over the card as that shown in diagram 2.

4. Repeat the above steps until all the cards are turned over.

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Diagram 2

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NAME OF

Activity 2 : Twister

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening Skills Speaking Skills Reading Skills

LEARNING

B I1.2.9 Listen to words said aloud and respond accordingly. BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions BI 1.5.3 Listen to, recite and act out nursery rhymes with action songs and poems. BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet.

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2

1

Membina konsep kendiri

LEARNING

PFK 2.1 Melakukan kemahiran motor kasar lokomotor

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Alphabet cards

 

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Place alphabet flashcards on the floor. Sixteen at a time is good as this allows four pupils to play in one round.

2. Call one pupil to the front. Say a letter. The pupil stands on or touches that letter on the floor.

3. Call out another letter. Again, the pupil must touch this letter with a free hand or foot. Call out two more letters. Once more, the pupil must place a free hand or foot on these letters.

4. After the first pupil is in place, call up another pupil. Repeat the steps above. You should now have two pupils somewhat twisted together on the floor (as shown in picture 1 1nd 2).

5 . Repeat the above steps with 2 more pupils. Everyone should be laughing now as they struggle to stay in position. Ask the four pupils to sit down and play twister with four new pupils.

6. End the activity with a sing-a-song session with The ABC Song;

Song :

The ABC Song (Tune of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star)

A

B C D E F G

H

I J K L M N

O

P Q R S T U

V

W X Y Z

Now I've learned my ABCs. Tell me what you think of me!

Note :

1. Choose letters as you like. They shouldn‟t be so far apart that the pupil can‟t reach them with all four limbs,but neither should they be so close that the next pupil can reach over or under the other‟s body. It is not much fun for the pupils if they are simply crouched down beside each other on the floor 2. If you are worried about your cards getting dirty or destroyed laminate them, or cover them with plastic or cellophane.

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NAME OF

Activity 3 : Rhyming with the Alphabet

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening skill Speaking skill Reading skill

LEARNING

BI 1.6.4 Recites rhymes and poems with the correct pronounciation and intonation

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.1 Membina konsep kendiri

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Rhyme charts

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Teacher says the rhyme and pupils repeat after teacher line by line.

2. Do actions together with the pupils.

3. Teacher may select the rhymes from the given list A Z (Rhyming with the Alphabet)

with the pupils. 3. Teacher may select the rhymes from the given list A – Z
with the pupils. 3. Teacher may select the rhymes from the given list A – Z

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Rhyming with the Alphabet

A An apple a day Keeps the doctor away. An apple a day ! That‟s what they say.

B A banana for you.

A banana for me.

A banana for monkey

Up in the tree.

C Cats can climb. Cats can crawl. How many cats On the garden wall?

D I did, I did, I did-

I did my work today.

I did my work to day,

And now it‟s time to play.

E What can I see? What can I see?

I see an elephant Looking at me!

F Fish, fish, All in a dish. Who will eat My beautiful fish?

G – My grandma says…. Good night! Sleep tight! Don‟t let The bedbugs bite!

H Ho, ho, ho! I‟m a hairy bear. Come and catch me

If you dare!

I I like ice cream. Ice cream is yummy.

J Jack, be nimble. Jack, be quick. Jack, jump over The candlestick.

K Little red kite Up in the sky. Little red kite Flying so high.

L I like red. I like blue. Tell me, Do you like them, too?

M moo cow, moo cow, How do you do? Very well, thank you. Moo, moo, moo!

N I love noodles Oodles of noodles. I love noodles With lots of sauce!

O Oh, oh, oh! What do you know? An owl and an octopus Went for a row!

P One potato, two potato, Three potato, four… Five potato, six potato, Seven potato, more.

Q Quick, quick, quick! Give me a lick! Lick, lick, lick. You‟ve got to be quick!

R It rains on the grass. It rains on the tree. It rains on the rooftop - But 68 - not on me!

like ice cream In my tummy.

I

S Sally goes round the sun. Sally goes round the moon. Sally goes round the a chimney pots On a Sunday afternoon.

T Can you touch your head? Can you touch your nose? Can you touch your knees? Can you touch your toes?

U I go up, up, up Up into the sky.

I go up, up, up

Just look at me fly.

V The vulture eats between his meals, and That‟s the reason why he very rarely feels as well as you and I.

W We will laugh. We will shout. We will dance And skip about.

X A fox wearing sox is hiding in a box.

Y Here is a yak, Hairy and black.

Z Zoom, zoom, zoom We are going to the moon.

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PHONICS SONG

a

Ants on the apple air,air, air Ants on the apple air,air, air Air is the sound for „a‟

c

Caterpillars coughing „che‟ – „che‟ – „che‟ Caterpillars coughing „che‟ – „che‟ – „che‟ „che‟ is the sound for „c‟

e

Elegant elephants „eh‟ – „eh‟ – „eh‟ Elegant elephants „eh‟ – „eh‟ – „eh‟ „eh‟ is the sound for „e‟

g

Goats are giggling „ghe‟ – „ghe‟ – „ghe‟ Goats are giggling „ghe‟ – „ghe‟ – „ghe‟ „ghe‟ is the sound for „g‟

i Indian itching „ih‟ – „ih‟ – „ih‟ Indian itching „ih‟ – „ih‟ – „ih‟ „ih‟ is the sound for „I‟

k king kicked the kettle „keh‟-„keh‟-„keh; king kicked the kettle „keh‟-„keh‟-„keh; „keh‟ is the sound for „k‟

m Monkeys are munching „mm‟-„mm‟-„mm‟ Monkeys are munching „mm‟-„mm‟-„mm‟ „mm‟ is the sound for „m‟

b Balls are bouncing „bhe‟ – „bhe‟ – „bhe‟ Balls are bouncing „bhe‟ – „bhe‟ – „bhe‟ „bhe‟ is the sound for „b‟

d Dolls are dancing „dhe‟ – „dhe‟ – „dhe‟ Dolls are dancing „dhe‟ – „dhe‟ – „dhe‟ „dhe‟ is the sound for „d‟

f Five flamingoes „ff‟ – „ff‟ – „ff‟ Five flamingoes „ff‟ – „ff‟ – „ff‟ „ff‟ is the sound for „f‟

h Helicopters hovering „heh‟ – „heh‟ – „heh‟ Helicopters hovering „heh‟ – „heh‟ – „heh‟ „heh‟ is the sound for „h‟

j

Jelly beans jumping „jeh‟ – „jeh‟ – „jeh‟ Jelly beans jumping „jeh‟ – „jeh‟ – „jeh‟ „jeh‟ is the sound for „j‟

l lions liking lolypop „ll‟-„ll‟-„ll‟ lions liking lolypop „ll‟-„ll‟-„ll‟ „ll‟ is the sound for „l‟

n nuts in a nut shell „nn‟-„nn‟-„nn‟ nuts in a nut shell nuts in a nut shell „nn‟ is the sound for „n

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o

Old orange octopus „oh‟-„oh‟-„oh‟ Old orange octopus „oh‟-„oh‟-„oh‟ „oh‟ is the sound for „o‟

q

queens quilt „qua‟-„qua‟-„qua‟ queens quilt „qua‟-„qua‟-„qua‟ „qua‟ is the sound for „q‟

s

Snakes are hissing „ss‟-„ss‟-„ss‟ Snakes are hissing „ss‟-„ss‟-„ss‟ „ss‟ is the sound for „s‟

u

up, up we go „u‟-u‟-„u‟ up, up we go „u‟-„u‟-„u‟- „u‟ is the sound for „u‟

p Panthers are peeping „peh‟-„peh‟-„peh‟ Panthers are peeping „peh‟-„peh‟-„peh‟ „peh‟ is the sound for „p‟

r Rats go round and round „rr‟-„rr‟-„rr‟ Rats go round and round „rr‟-„rr‟-„rr‟ „rr‟ is the sound for „r‟

t Teddy bears talking „th‟-„th‟-„th‟ teddy bears talking „th‟-„th‟-„th‟ „th‟ is the sound for „t‟

v Vultures are wandering „veh‟-„veh‟-„veh‟ Vultures are wandering „veh‟-„veh‟-„veh‟ „veh‟ is the sound for „v‟

w

x

Worms are wiggling „weh‟-„weh‟-„weh‟ Worms are wiggling „weh‟-„weh‟-„weh‟ „weh‟ is the sound f „ w‟

Rays of xray „xs‟-„xs‟-„xs‟ Rays of xray „xs‟-„xs‟-„xs‟ „xs‟ is the sound for

„x‟

y Yellow yo-yo „yeh‟-„yeh‟-„yeh‟ Yellow yo-yo „yeh‟-„yeh‟-„yeh‟ „yeh‟ is the sound for „y‟

z zebras in the zoo „zeh‟-„zeh‟-„zeh‟ zebras in the zoo „zeh‟-„zeh‟-„zeh‟ „yeh‟ is the sound for

„z‟

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NAME OF

Activity 4 : Alphabet / Letter Bingo

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening Skills Speaking Skills Reading Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet BI 4.1.1 Engage in activities requiring eye-hand coordination

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.1 Membina konsep kendiri.

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Alphabet Bingo Cards (Lower case alphabet 4 sets)

MATERIALS

Cut out (lower case letter) for drawing from a box

Box / Bag

Coloured circles for crossing out letters drawn.

Bingo chart / board for pinning on the drawn letters

PROCEDURES

for crossing out letters drawn.  Bingo chart / board for pinning on the drawn letters

Diagram 3

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1. Distribute the alphabet bingo cards, one each to every pupil. 2. Begin the alphabet

1. Distribute the alphabet

bingo cards, one each to every pupil.

2. Begin the alphabet bingo game.

3. The teacher or a pupil can be the bingo master, in-charge of drawing the cut-out alphabet and reading out loud each time an alphabet is drawn from a box or bag.

4. The bingo master then pins the drawn alphabet card on the bingo chart / board.

5. The pupils check their alphabets on the bingo card by sticking coloured circle on top of the alphabet read out by the bingo master.

6. The winner is the first person to have all his / her alphabets called out.

7. Teacher can hand out a prize to the winner and then play another game.

8. Bingo can get the other pupils to read out loud the alphabet drawn from the box / bag.

9. Repeat this activity with the upper case letters.

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NAME OF

Activity 5 : Fishing Alphabets

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language

1. Listening Skills

2. Speaking Skills

3. Reading Skills

4. Writing Skills

LEARNING

Bi 1.5.3 Listen to, recite and act out nursery rhymes with action songs and poems. BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet Bi 4.1.1 Engage in activities requiring eye-hand coordination BI 4.2.3 Write recognizable letters

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PFK 1.2 Melakukan kemahiran koordinasi mata tangan dalam perkembangan kemahiran motor halus KTI 2.1. Mengambil bahagian dalam aktiviti menyanyi.

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Alphabet fish cutouts, magnets, string / thick thread, canes, basin, score sheet, pencil

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Cut out each set of 26 fish shapes from the printouts given in the Appendix for lower and upper case letters for each group.

Appendix for lower and upper case letters for each group. Diagram 4 a a w w
Appendix for lower and upper case letters for each group. Diagram 4 a a w w

Diagram 4

aa

ww

oo

bb

ww

2. Attach a paper clip to the mouth of the fish.

3. Make fishing poles by attaching a magnet and a string to the end of a cane / thin stick.

4. Spread the fish out in a "pond" (basin) on the floor or classroom rug. Make sure the letters can be seen by the pupils.

5. Divide the pupils into groups of 5 with 5 pupils per group. Give all the members of the group a fishing rod to fish as many magnetic alphabet fishes as possible in 3 minute as in diagram 4.

6. At the end of 3 minutes, each member of the group writes down all the letters of the alphabet they have fished on a score sheet given.

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Alphabet Fishing Score Sheet Group : A / B / C / D / E

Alphabet Fishing Score Sheet Group : A / B / C / D / E

Name :

Alimah

 

O

 

M

 

S

 

J

 

Table 1

7. After all the groups have finished their 3 minutes of fishing, the group members read out the letters

of the alphabet from the score sheet as in Table 1. 8. The group leaders count the number of letters of the alphabet fished and determine the winner of the

alphabet fishing competition.

9.

To collect back the alphabet fish back, a sing-a-long session is carried out.

9.

Pupils make two circles (inner and outer circle) around the fish “pond” (basin) and start to throw their

fish back into the pond according to the letter of the alphabet sung in the song.

Song : We‟re Fishing (Tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star) We‟re fishing, we‟re fishing For A, B, Cs, for A, B, Cs Put back all the “A” fish, Put back all the “A” fish. (throw the “A” fish into the pond) Bloop, bloop, bloop, Bloop, bloop, bloop,

Repeat: Replace “A” with other letters until all the alphabet fish are in the pond.

Note:

To make it more challenging, the teacher can show flash card of a letter of the alphabet randomly for the pupils to read and sing.

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NAME OF

Activity 6 : Sand Letters

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening Skills Speaking Skills Reading Skills Writing Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet BI 4.2.3 Write recognizable letters

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.2. Membina semangat dan sikap yang positif

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Alphabet cards and chart, trays and fine sand.

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Pupils write letters in trays of sand as in diagram 5.

1. Pupils write letters in trays of sand as in diagram 5. Diagram 5 2. Prepare

Diagram 5

2. Prepare trays, or small plates for the pupils. Sprinkle a thin layer of sand on each tray. Give one tray to each pupil.

3. Write a letter on the board. Ask the pupils to write the letter in the air with you. Now, ask the pupils to write the letter on their tray of sand.

4. Check all the pupils' letters to make sure they have been written correctly and then allow the pupils to write a few more letters.

5. Teacher can show pupils an alphabet chart to encourage the pupils write more letters on their own.

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Note:

You can use flour / talcum powder / colour starch.

Suggested Follow-up Activities; Making Jello Alphabets with Alphabet Mounds as in diagram 6.

starch. Suggested Follow-up Activities; Making Jello Alphabets with Alphabet Mounds as in diagram 6 . Diagram
starch. Suggested Follow-up Activities; Making Jello Alphabets with Alphabet Mounds as in diagram 6 . Diagram

Diagram 6

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starch. Suggested Follow-up Activities; Making Jello Alphabets with Alphabet Mounds as in diagram 6 . Diagram

NAME OF

Activity 7 : Guessing Alphabet Game

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language

1.

Listening Skills

2.

Speaking Skills

3.

Reading Skills

4

Writing Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet BI 4.2.3 Write recognizable letters Bi 4.1.1 Engage in activities requiring eye-hand coordination

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.2 Membina semangat dan sikap yang positif

LEARNING

STANDARDS

TEACHING

Alphabets charts

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. What's that you're writing on that pupil's back? Is it the letter A? No, it's the letter C. Look at diagram 7

the letter A? No, it's the letter C. Look at diagram 7 Diagram 7 2. Call

Diagram 7

2. Call up one pupil. Trace any letter on the pupil's back. Can the pupil guess what the letter is? Offer a small reward if he or she can. If your pupils are learning to write the alphabet they can also trace letters on each other's backs.

3. To turn this into a contest, write several letters on the board. Trace (or get another pupil to trace) one of the letters on the backs of three pupils. On "Go!" the three pupils race to touch the letter they think has been traced on their back.

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NAME OF

Activity 8: String Letters

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening Skills Speaking Skills Reading Skills Writing Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet BI 4.2.3 Write recognizable letters

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

PFK 1.2 Melakukan kemahiran koordinasi mata tangan dalam perkembangan kemahiran motor halus.

LEARNING

STANDARDS

 

TEACHING

Glue, string,(many colours) manila card and glue

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Teacher demonstrates how to make string letters. He/She uses glue to form the letter shape on the paper (as shown in diagram 8) eg. Shape of „s‟

2. Stick the string according to the shape of letter „s‟

3. Divide pupils in to 4/5 groups

4. Each group is given one manila card, strings and small bottles of glue.

5. Each group tries to form as many string letters using different coloured threads.

6. Teacher can use pupil‟s work to teach alphabets in the class.

using different coloured threads. 6. Teacher can use pupil‟ s work to teach alphabets in the

Diagram 8

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NAME OF

Activity 9 : Alphabet Scrap Book

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Listening Skills Speaking Skills Reading Skills Writing Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions. BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet. BI 4.2.3 Write recognizable letters.

STANDARDS

INTEGRATED

KTI 1.1 Menggunakan pengetahuan tentang bahan dan teknik dalam menghasilkan karya seni ( Aplikasi seni)

LEARNING

STANDARDS

 

TEACHING

Old magazines and catalogs,

TEACHING  Old magazines and catalogs,

MATERIALS

Old newspapers with pictures

Glue stick or glue

Scissors

Construction / A4 paper

Crayons or a marker

Hole punch

Some string or yarn

PROCEDURES

1. This activity can be carried out individually or in a group.

2. Pupils collect old magazines, catalogs and newspaper.

3. Each pupil / group is given some yarn / string, single hole puncher, 14 pieces of construction paper.

4. Pupils mark the spot on the paper to be punch from a sample given by the teacher.

5. Pupils punch 3 holes marked along the margins of 14 pieces of construction paper or any A4 paper.

6. Tie the papers together with string or yarn to make a book as shown in diagram 9

or any A4 paper. 6. Tie the papers together with string or yarn to make a

Diagram 9

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7.

Put a personalized title on the cover and a few cut-out pictures as shown in diagram 10 (the pupil's / group‟s photo or an "A" word, a "B" word, and a "C" word).

word, a "B" word, and a "C" word). Diagram 10 8. Write a large letter of

Diagram 10

8. Write a large letter of the alphabet with a marker on each page of the book from A to Z as shown in diagram 11.

on each page of the book from A to Z as shown in diagram 11. Diagram

Diagram 11

of the book from A to Z as shown in diagram 11. Diagram 11 9. Go

9. Go through the magazines and catalogs with the pupil / pupils, looking for simple pictures of easy words that start with different letters of the alphabet. Cut out the pictures. 10. To help the pupil learn the alphabet, say the words out loud and have the pupil/pupils to try to guess the initial sound of the words. Paste the picture on the page with that letter of the alphabet, and label the picture.

with that letter of the alphabet, and label the picture. Diagram 12 11.You can also have
with that letter of the alphabet, and label the picture. Diagram 12 11.You can also have

Diagram 12

11.You can also have the pupil/pupils draw pictures on the pages as shown in diagram 12. 12.This picture book can be a class project that the pupil / pupils have finished over a long period of time. You can use the alphabet book to help the pupil / pupils learn the alphabet long after the book is done.

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MODULE 4

GETTING TO KNOW WORDS, PHRASES AND SIMPLE SENTENCES

shirt

shirt skirt shoes cap
shirt skirt shoes cap

skirt

shoes

shirt skirt shoes cap
shirt skirt shoes cap

cap

shirt skirt shoes cap
shirt skirt shoes cap

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GETTING TO KNOW WORDS, PHRASES AND SIMPLE SENTENCES

NAME OF

Activity 1: Combining and Making 2 Phonics Sounds

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication

1. Listening Skills

2. Speaking Skills

3. Reading Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet BI 3.2.4 Hear and say the initial sound of a word eg. C for cup Bi 4.1.1 Engage in activities requiring eye-hand coordination Bi 4.2.3 Write recognizable letters

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.2 Membina semangat dan sifat yang positif

LEARNING

STANDARD

TEACHING

Alphabet cards

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES Activity 1

1. Teacher demonstrates how to pronounce the letter words phonetically, pupils listen and repeat after teacher.

Eg.

Peh

+ at

=

pat

Mm

+ at

= mat

2. Teacher reads more words to the pupils and pupils repeat after teacher. Eg. sat, rat, fat, bag, hat

3. Teacher divide the class to 4/5 groups and gives a few sets of letter cards, Pupils join the letters

to form 3 letter f at
to form 3 letter
f
at
words as in table 1. r at s at m at
words as in table 1.
r
at
s
at
m
at

Table 1

4. Pupils write the words on a piece of paper as shown in table 2

p

+ at

= pat

m

+ at

= mat

c

+ at

= cat

b

+ at

= bat

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Table 2

5. Pupils match the words with the correct picture.

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6. Teacher can guide / help pupils to make short sentences as shown in table 3.

A rat

A fat rat

A fat rat sat

A fat rat sat on the mat

A cat

A cat and a hat

A cat has a hat

A cat and a rat sat on

the mat.

Table 3

Note :

Teacher can use the same method to teach the other 3 letter words

am

ot

in

an

ad

cam

cot

bin

ban

bad

dam

dot

fin

can

dad

ham

got

kin

fan

cad

jam

hot

pin

man

fad

ram

lot

min

pan

had

pot

sin

ran

lad

rot

tin

tan

mad

tot

win

van

pad

wan

sad

Suggested Follow-Up Activities

Pupils can make simple books with suitable pictures with the help of the teacher using papers and markers or computer.

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NAME OF

Activitiy 2: Making a Greeting Card

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language 1 Listening skills

2. Speaking Skills

3. Reading Skills

4. Writing Skills

LEARNING

BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions. BI 3.2.7 Read familiar words printed in the surroundings BI 4.2.5 Write simple phrases.

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PSE 2.2 Membina semangat dan sifat yang positif PFK 1.1 Melakukan kemahiran motor halus

LEARNING

STANDARD

 

TEACHING

Rubber Stamps - small and medium sizes (easily handled by a child's hand) Non-Toxic Dye Ink Stamp Pads: Black or Dark Green Color Pencils Color Markers A4 sized drawing paper / card /drawing board Scissors

Envelope

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Teacher shows sample of greeting cards as shown in diagram 1and 2.

2. Teacher

discussed about the greeting cards and how to make the greeting card and the materials

needed as shown in diagram 1 and 2.

3. Teacher gives some selection for the pupils to choose the greeting card sheets.

4. Pupils color the pictures based on their creativity and fold the card into two.

5. Teacher distributes an envelope for the pupils to put their greeting cards in it.

6. Teacher helps the pupils to write down the address paste the stamp and post it.

Teacher’s note:

1. To make the process of learning more interesting, teacher can organize a day trip to a nearby post office to post the card.

2. Teacher or the postmaster can explain and show the pupils the mailing process.

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NAME OF

Activity 3 : Recognize and sound out simple words

ACTIVITY

STRAND

Communication English Language Reading skills Writing skills

LEARNING

BI 3.1.1 : Recognise letters of the alphabet by their shapes. BI 3.2.2 : Read simple words. BI 4.2.4 : Write simple words in neat and legible print.

STANDARD

INTEGRATED

PFK 1.1 : Melakukan kemahiran motor halus. PSE 2.2. : Membina semangat dan sikap yang positif

LEARNING

STANDARD

 

TEACHING

Flash cards with a picture and an alphabet printed on each side (see example of flash card “c” and cat below).

MATERIALS

PROCEDURES

1. Teacher divides pupils into groups of 5.

2. Each group is given 5 word cards as shown in picture 3.

Eg:

C

(Front of card)

Diagram 3

cat

cat

(Back of card)

3. Each child chooses an alphabet.

4. The child flips the letter and read the words on the other side of the card.

5. Pupils copy the 5 words in their worksheet aas shown in table 4.

Eg:

Name :

Name : cat Date :

cat

Date :
Date :

Table 4

6. Pupils read the words they have copied.

7. Pupils draw the pictures in the boxes provided based on the words copied. If the pupils cannot draw the pictures, the teacher can provides copies of pictures for the pupils to colour, cut and paste on the boxes.

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