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WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

14 Monday 9th April 2018 2 Arif 4.00-5.00pm English

THEME World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC Get dressed!


Clothes vocabulary: clothes, jeans, sweater, jacket, skirt, shorts, cap,
LANGUAGE /
shoes, socks, T-shirt, trousers
GRAMMAR FOCUS
Imperative: Put on
DIFFERENTIATION
Strategy 7: Differentiate by the task pupils are given
STRATERGIES

MAIN COMPLIMENTARY
SKILLS
Listening Reading

CONTENT 1.2
Understand meaning in a 3.3
Read independently for


STANDARD variety of familiar contexts information and enjoyment

LEARNING 1.2.2
Understand with support


3.3.1
Read and enjoy simple print
specific information and details of
STANDARD and digital games at sentence level
simple sentences
LEARNING At the end of the lesson, pupils At the end of the lesson, pupils
should be able to listen to the should be able to read at least 5
OBJECTIVE
name of the clothes. names of clothes.
SUCCESS 1. Pupils give attention 1. Pupils say the words with the
2. Pupils repeat the words correct pronounciation.
CRITERIA

HOTS Creation CCE Language

TEACHING AIDS textbook, workbook


Point to some of your clothes and elicit any that
PRE pupils know.
Write clothes in a circle on the board and write
the word they say.
Hold up each flashcard in turn. Say the word for
pupils to repeat in chorus.
LESSON Hold up each flashcard for pupils to say the word
ACTIVITIES DEVELOPMENT in chorus.
They point to the item if they or their friends are
wearing it.
Stick the flashcards on the board to make a word
map for clothes.
POST Recap on the lesson
Give hint for next lesson

ATTENDANCE ...... / ......

 ...... / ...... pupils are able to achieve the


MAIN SKILL stipulated learning objective.
REFLECTION  ...... / ...... pupils are not able to achieve the
stipulated learning objectives.
 ...... / ...... pupils are able to achieve the
COMPLIMENTARY stipulated learning objective.
SKILL  ...... / ...... pupils are not able to achieve the
stipulated learning objectives

Lesson is postponed due to :


WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

14 Tuesday 10th April 2018 2 Arif 4.00-5.00pm English

THEME World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC Get dressed!

LANGUAGE /
Do you like...?
Yes, I do / No, I don’t This, These
GRAMMAR FOCUS

DIFFERENTIATION
Strategy 2: Differentiate by the
STRATERGIES

MAIN COMPLIMENTARY
SKILLS
Speaking Listening

CONTENT 2.1
Communicate simple 1.2
Understand meaning in a


STANDARD information intelligibly variety of familiar contexts

LEARNING 2.1.2
Find out about personal


1.2.5
Understand an increased
information asking basic
STANDARD range of short supported questions
questions
LEARNING At the end of the lesson, pupils At the end of the lesson, pupils
should be able to speak at least 5 should be able to listen to the name
OBJECTIVE
clothes words. of the clothes.
SUCCESS 1. Pupils say the words with the 1. Pupils give attention
correct pronounciation. 2. Pupils repeat the words
CRITERIA

HOTS Creation CCE Language

TEACHING AIDS textbook, workbook


Pupils look at the picture in their Students’
PRE Books.
Elicit who they can see (Whisper, his brother and
his mum) and where they are (in his bedroom).
LESSON Play the recording.
Pupils point to the clothes when they hear them.
ACTIVITIES DEVELOPMENT Play the recording again. Pupils repeat the
clothes words.
Pupils practice pointing and naming in pairs.
POST Recap on the lesson
Give hint for next lesson

ATTENDANCE ...... / ......

 ...... / ...... pupils are able to achieve the


MAIN SKILL stipulated learning objective.
REFLECTION  ...... / ...... pupils are not able to achieve the
stipulated learning objectives.
 ...... / ...... pupils are able to achieve the
COMPLIMENTARY stipulated learning objective.
SKILL  ...... / ...... pupils are not able to achieve the
stipulated learning objectives

Lesson is postponed due to :


WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

14 Wednesday 11th April 2018 2 Arif 4.30-5.30pm English

THEME World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC Get dressed!

LANGUAGE /
This, These
GRAMMAR FOCUS

DIFFERENTIATION
Strategy 2: Differentiate by the
STRATERGIES

MAIN COMPLIMENTARY
SKILLS
Reading Reading

CONTENT 3.1
Recognise words in linear 3.1
Recognise words in linear and


and non-linear texts by using non-linear texts by using
STANDARD
knowledge of sounds of letters knowledge of sounds of letters
LEARNING 3.1.3
Blend phonemes (CVC, 3.1.4
Segment phonemes (CVC,
STANDARD CCVC, CVCV, CCV) CCVC, CVCV, CCV)

LEARNING At the end of the lesson, pupils At the end of the lesson, pupils
should be able to speak at least 5 should be able to listen to the name
OBJECTIVE
clothes words. of the clothes.
SUCCESS 1. Pupils say That is, These are 1. Pupils give attention
2. Pupils read the flashcard. 2. Pupils repeat the words.
CRITERIA

HOTS Creation CCE Language

TEACHING AIDS textbook, workbook


Show each flashcard quickly to the class.
They write the word.
PRE Pupils compare answers, including spelling, in
pairs.
Check with the class.
Use the classroom objects to present and practice
LESSON this and these.
ACTIVITIES Point to a book in front of you and say This is a
DEVELOPMENT book.
Point to a book on a pupil’s desk and say That is
a book.
Repeat the other objects which are close and far
away. Introduce These and Those.
POST Pupils reread the flashcard.
Give hint for next lesson

ATTENDANCE ...... / ......

 ...... / ...... pupils are able to achieve the


stipulated learning objective.
MAIN SKILL
REFLECTION  ...... / ...... pupils are not able to achieve the
stipulated learning objectives.
 ...... / ...... pupils are able to achieve the
COMPLIMENTARY stipulated learning objective.
SKILL  ...... / ...... pupils are not able to achieve the
stipulated learning objectives

Lesson is postponed due to :


WEEK DAY DATE CLASS TIME SUBJECT

14 Thursday 12th April 2018 2 Arif 5.00-6.00pm English

THEME World of Self, Family and Friends

TOPIC Get dressed!

LANGUAGE /
Do you like...?
Yes, I do / No, I don’t
GRAMMAR FOCUS

DIFFERENTIATION
Strategy 2: Differentiate by the
STRATERGIES

MAIN COMPLIMENTARY
SKILLS
Writing Reading
4.3
Communicate with
CONTENT 3.1
Recognise words in linear and
appropriate language form and
non-linear texts by using
STANDARD style for a range of purposes in
knowledge of sounds of letters
print and digital media
LEARNING 4.3.2
Spell a narrow range of
3.1.1
Identify, recognise and name
familiar high frequency words
STANDARD the letters of the alphabet
accurately in guided writing
LEARNING At the end of the lesson, pupils At the end of the lesson, pupils
should be able to speak at least 5 should be able to listen to the name
OBJECTIVE
clothes words. of the clothes.
SUCCESS 1. Pupils say That is, These are 1. Pupils give attention
CRITERIA 2. Pupils read the flashcard. 2. Pupils repeat the words.

HOTS Creation CCE Language

TEACHING AIDS Word Puzzle


Show each flashcard quickly to the class.
They write the word.
PRE Pupils compare answers, including spelling, in
pairs.
Check with the class.
Use the classroom objects to present and practice
LESSON this and these.
ACTIVITIES Point to a book in front of you and say This is a
DEVELOPMENT book.
Point to a book on a pupil’s desk and say That is
a book.
Repeat the other objects which are close and far
away. Introduce These and Those.
POST Pupils reread the flashcard.
Give hint for next lesson

ATTENDANCE ...... / ......

 ...... / ...... pupils are able to achieve the


MAIN SKILL stipulated learning objective.
REFLECTION  ...... / ...... pupils are not able to achieve the
stipulated learning objectives.
 ...... / ...... pupils are able to achieve the
COMPLIMENTARY stipulated learning objective.
SKILL  ...... / ...... pupils are not able to achieve the
stipulated learning objectives

Lesson is postponed due to :