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Group 3

Theme : World of Stories


Topic : The Princess & The Dragon
Group members: Pn. Fazlinda@Darling Bt Md. Fadzil (SK Bukit Sekilau) Pn. Haryati Bt Amran (SK (LKTP) Pancing Timur) Pn. Noorul Atiqah Bt Abdullah (SK Kuala Penor) Pn. Nurhasyimah Bt Abdul Manaf (SK Beserah) Pn. Sabriza Bt Abu Hassan (SK Gambang) Pn. Sarifah Naha Bt Mohamad (SK Kampung Padang)

The Princess and The Dragon Once upon a time, there was a king and a queen . They lived in a golden castle with their beautiful daughter. One night , an ugly ogre locked the princess in his tower. The king promised to give a bag of gold to the knight, who could rescue the princess. All the knights in the land rode to the ogres tower. The ogre was so scary that they rode away as fast as they could. The next day , a friendly dragon saw the princess in the tower. The dragon blew the ogre into the ocean. The dragon put the princess on his back and flew into the sky. Then the dragon took the princess back to the castle. The king was so happy with the dragon. He gave the dragon a bag of gold.

Focus Theme Topic

: Listening and Speaking : World of stories : The princess and the dragon

Learning standard : 1.1.1 Able to speak with correct stress 1.1.2 Able to listen to and enjoy stories. 1.3.1 Able to listen to and demonstrate understanding of text by a) answering simple WH questions Lesson Objective : By the end of the lesson , pupils are able to answer simple Wh questions correctly. Teaching and learning activities: 1) Pupils are given a story. 2) Teacher will ask pupils to read aloud. 3) Teacher will ask pupils some questions and pupils will answer the questions orally. 4) Pupils will be divided in 4 groups and ask each other questions orally.

Teaching Aid : figurines and handouts

Wh Questions (orally) 1) Where did the king and queen live? 2) Who locked the princess? 3) When did the ogre locked the princess? 4) What did the king promised to give to the person who could rescue the princess? 5) Who rescue the princess? 6) Where did the dragon blew the ogre? 7) Why was the king happy with the dragon? 8) How did the king keep his promise?

Figurines

Focus Theme Topic

: : :

Reading World of Stories The Princess and The Dragon : Able to demonstrate understanding of a variety of linear and non-linear texts in the form of print and non-print materials using a range of strategies to construct meaning.

Content Standard

Learning Standard

2.2.4 Able to read and understand a paragraph with simple and compound sentences (sk).

Objective

By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to read and sequence the story correctly.

Teaching Aids

picture cards, phrase cards, powerpoint presentation, sentence strips.

Activities : Pre-Reading : 1. Pupils are given figurines of characters. (Appendix 1)

While-Reading : 2. Teacher pastes phrase cards on the board.(Appendix 1) 3. Pupils match the figurines to the phrase. (Appendix 1) 4. Pupils read aloud all the phrases.(Appendix 2)

5. Teacher asks simple Wh-Questions pertaining to the story. (Appendix 3) 6. Pupils answer the questions orally. 7. Teacher tells the story again. Pupils listen.

Post-Reading : 8. Invite a few pupils to tell the story.

Appendix 1 Figurines and phrase cards. 1.

2.

a princess

3.

a dragon

an ogre

4.

a king

Appendix 2

The phrases :

a king a knight the kings land Appendix 3 : Wh-Questions

a queen a dragon

a princess a castle

a prince a tower

an ogre a bag of gold

a) Where did the king and queen live?

b) Where did the ogre bring the princess to?

c) What did the king promise?

d) Who rescued the princess?

e) What did the king give to the dragon?

Focus: Writing Theme: World of Stories Topic: The Princess and The Dragon Content Standard: 3.2 Pupils will be able to write using appropriate language form and style for a range of purposes. Learning Standard: 3.2.2 Able to write with guidance: (a) simple sentences (b) compound sentences

Objective: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to write a story using simple or compound sentences with guidance. Time : 60 minutes Teaching Aids: figurines, phrase strips, worksheets

Teaching & Learning Activities Notes 1. Tell the story, The Princess and the Dragon. Pupils listen attentively. 2. Distribute picture cards to groups. Next, distribute pieces of paper. Pupils name the pictures ( pictures of king, queen,princess, castle, ogre, tower, knights, bag of gold, dragon ) 3. Next, get pupils to pick the picture of king and queen. 4. Elicit response from pupils about the king and queen.

Q : Are they happy or sad? A: They are happy. 5. Distribute jumbled phrases. Pupils arrange them. The king and queen are very happy. 6. Get pupils to pick the picture of the king, queen, princess and castle. 7. Elicit response about the pictures. 8. Distribute jumbled phrases. Pupils arrange them. Q: Where do they live? A: They live in a castle. 9. Get pupils to pick the picture of a tower, the princess and an ogre. 10. Elicit response about the pictures. 11. Distribute jumbled phrases. Pupils arrange them. Q: What did an ugly ogre do? A: An ugly ogre locked the princess in his tower. 12. Get pupils to pick the picture of a bag of gold, king, knight and princess. 13. Elicit response about the pictures. 14. Distribute jumbled phrases. Pupils arrange them. Q: What did the King promise? A: The king promised to give a bag of gold to the knight who could save the princess. 15. Get pupils to pick the picture of knights and a tower. 16. Elicit response about the picture.

17. Distribute jumbled phrases. Pupils arrange them. Q: What did the knights do? A: All the knights in the lands rode to the ogres tower. 18. Get pupils to pick the picture of an ogre. 19. Elicit response about the picture. 20. Distribute jumbled phrases. Pupils arrange them. Q: What happened at the tower? A: The ogre was so scary that they rode away as fast as they could. 21. Get pupils to pick the picture of a dragon, a princess and a tower. 22. Elicit response about the picture. 23. Distribute jumbled phrases. Pupils arrange them. Q: What did a dragon do? A: A dragon saved the princess and brought her to the castle. 24. Get pupils to pick pictures of the king, the dragon, the princess and a bag of gold. 25. Elicit response about the picture. Q: What did the king do? A: The king was so happy that he gave it a bag of gold. 26. Distribute jumbled phrases. Pupils arrange them. 27. Arrange the strips together and read the story in groups ( Appendix 6 ). 28. Distribute worksheets.

Pupils complete them. (Appendix 7) Appendix 6 The king and queen are very happy. They live in a castle. An ugly ogre locked the princess in his tower. The king promised to give a bag of gold to the knight who could save the princess. All the knights in the lands rode to the ogres tower. The ogre was so scary that they rode away as fast as they could. A dragon saved the princess and brought her to the castle. The king was so happy that he gave it a bag of gold.

Appendix 7 Rewrite the story and replace the pictures with words.

Once upon a time, there was a

and a

They were very

. An ugly

locked the

in his

. The king promised to give a

of

gold to the

who could save the princess. All the

in the lands rode to the ogres

The ogre was so scary

that they rode away as fast as they could. A

saved the

and brought her to the that he gave it a bag of gold.

.The king was so happy

Focus : Language Art Theme : World of Stories Topic : The Princess and The Dragon.

Content Standard : 4.3 Pupils will be able to plan, organize and produce creative works for enjoyment. Learning Standard: 4.3.1 Able to produce simple creative works with guidance based on stories. Objectives : by the end of the lesson, pupils will able to make their own concertina book. Cross curricular element : creativity and innovation Teaching Aids : manila card, coloured pencils, glue, scissors, sentence strips of the story.

Activities 1. Tchr shows the sample of concertina book to the pupils. 2. Tchr demonstrates how to make a concertina book. 3. Pupils get a sheet of story and the characters picture. (Appendix 1) 4. Pupils to cut the story and the picture. 5. Pupils to use their creativity to make their own concertina book. 6. They show their concertina book to the class.

Appendix 1

The Prince and The Dragon

Once upon a time there was a king and a queen. They lived in a golden castle with their beautiful daughter.

One night an ugly ogre locked the princess in his tower. The king promised to give a bag of gold to the knight who could rescue the princess.

All the knights in the lands rode to the ogres tower. The ogre was so scary that they rode away as fast as they could.

The next day a friendly dragon saw the princess in the tower. The dragon blew the ogre into the ocean.

The dragon put the princess on his back and flew into the sky. Then, the dragon took the princess back to the castle.

The king was so happy with the dragon. He gave the dragon the bag of gold.

Focus : Grammar Theme : World of stories Topic : The Princess and the dragon Content Standard : 5.1 Pupils be able to use different words classes correctly and appriopriately . Learning Standard : 5.1.7 able to use articles appropriately

Objectives : By the end of the lesson , pupils should be able to read and identify articles correctly . a) a b) an

Teaching Aids : Cross Curricular elements : Steps : 1. Teacher gets a pupil to tell the story learnt . The pupils listen attentively .( appendix 1) 2. Teacher drills the pupils with the usage of articles a and an. The pupils read it together with good and correct punctuation . 3. Teacher explains more details about article a and an.Teacher shows the figurines of the characters and the pupils will say out the phrase with correct articles loudly . eg ( appendix 2)

a king
4. Teacher explains more details about article a and an . Eg: singular a = a book , a chair , a pen etc Vowel /a/,/e/,/i/,/o/,/u/ = an apple , an elephant , an umbrella

5. Teacher introduces a language games for enrichment activities.Pupile will get inti their group.( appendix 3) a)Teacher will place two boxes a box and an box . b)Each group will have at least five pictures . Each group places the pictures into correct box. c) From that activity , the teacher will know their pupils understanding. 6. Teacher asks the pupils to go through the text again and underline the phrase of articles and copy it in the exercise book .

(Appendix 1) The Princess and The Dragon


Once upon a time there was a king and a queen. They lived in a golden castle with their beautiful daughter. One night an ugly ogre locked the princess in his tower. The king promised to give a bag of gold to the knight who could rescue the princess. All the knights in the lands rode to the ogres tower. The ogre was so scary that they rode away as fast as they could. The next day a friendly dragon saw the princess in the tower. The dragon blew the ogre into the ocean. The dragon put theThen, the dragon took the princess back to the castle. The king was so happy with the dragon. He gave the dragon the bag of gold.

(Appendix 2)

a king

a queen

a dragon

an ogre

Appendix 3