Friday, 23 December 2011

A) HOW TO WRITE A LESSON PLAN

FEELING PROUD


LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Talk about a composite picture.
  • Talk and read about being Malaysians.
  • Answer true or false questions.
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    SPECIFICATIONS
    2.2.2, 3.5.1, 3.6.2, 3.7.2


    MORAL VALUES
    Love for one's country, proud, respect, grateful, appreciation


    EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES
    Thinking Skills, Learning How To Learn Skills, Values and Citizenship, Multiple Intelligences


    VOCABULARY 
    Arrogant, climate, dissatisfied, happy, pleased, proud, satay, tropical, vegetarian
    TEACHING AID: Textbook, pictures


    TEACHING STRATEGIES
    SET INDUCTION (Activity A)
    1. Pupils look at the picture and discuss what the people say.
    2. Pupils then discuss why do they think these people are proud to be Malaysians.

    SUGGESTED ANSWERS
    • Malaysia is a peaceful country.
    • Malaysia is rich in culture.
    • They are allowed to practice their traditions and religious beliefs.
    • Malaysia has given them good training ground to excel.
    • (Accept all appropriate answers.)

      PRESENTATION (Talking Point)
      Teacher discusses the word 'proud' with pupils.


      SUGGESTED ANSWERS 
      Satisfied, happy, pleased


      PRACTICE (Activity B)
      1. Let pupils do the quiz. Pupils are allowed to do this activity either alone or with friends.
      2. Teacher assists the weaker ones.
      3. Pupils read and understand the quiz.
      4. Pupils say whether the statement is True or False about Malaysia.
      5. Let pupils give the correct answer if the statements are false.

      SUGGESTED ANSWERS 
      1. False - Malaysia was formed in 1963.
      2. True 
      3. True
      4. True 
      5. True
      6. False - The capital city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur.

      CLOSURE
      1. Pupils work in pair to discuss how they show that they are proud to be Malaysian. Examples: study hard, keep Malaysia clean, observe Rukun Negara, respect different races, cultures and religions.
      2. Pupils exchange opinion and give their reasons.
      3. Teacher encourages pupils to relate to their life experiences and provide examples.

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