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Saturday, 10 December 2011

These lessons are my selections taken from both semesters 1 and 2. This blog highlights the best and(and otherwise) of lesson. Most of my lesson are English language subject covering Year 4, 5 and 6, Pendidikan Seni Visual Year 2 and 3, Pendidikan Moral Year 6

Tuesday /09.02.2011
Year: 4
Time: 0900-1000
Theme/Topic: World of Knowledge - Healthy Living
Specifications: 1.3.1,1.4.2,3.3.1,3.4.2,4.4.2
Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils are able to

1. use sequence connectors to write the instructions correctly.
2. read the instructions on how to make a bowl of salad with good pronunciation.

1. Tap pupils knowledge of sequence connectors by giving instructions on how to make something simple.
2. Get pupils to talk about what they see in each picture from the textbook.
3.  Bring pupils' attention to use of verbs. Stress the importance of maintaining cleanliness when handling 
     food and before eating.
4. Get pupils to identify the first step.  Bring pupils attention to the use of sequence connector 'first'.
5. Ask the pupils to read the text and match the instructions to given pictures.  Get pupils to use sequence  
    connectors to write instructions.

My Reflection

This is the third topic in Year 4 textbook syllabus. I was hoping that my student still remember 75% of the previous lesson .

For this topic, I use the textbook and wall chart. I am satisfied because they like the topic. I did drilling as well and I made a game out of the activity.The pupils give positive responses every time I ask them questions.

My pupils still weak in pronunciation. When I gave them the exercise, they managed to answer verbally but I find out that they were hardly to say out the words with correction pronunciation. Most of my pupils came from rural village. Its really difficult for them to say the word properly.

Seeing that my objectives had almost failed me, I must remember that in the future, I must  drill them in the on the pronunciation. Even though the materials were already there, but it still could not help me to help the pupils much.

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