3 NAME: Amberin RizveeSUBJECT: EnglishUNIT: Oxford Reading CircleTOPIC: A Dream Comes True & Tomkin to the RescuePREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Simple Past TenseMETHODOLOGY TEACHING: Formative-Lecture, Pictures, Oral & Written WorkGENERAL OBJECTIVE: To develop four basic skills of learning; Listening, Speaking, Reading and WritingSPECIFIC OBJECTIVE: To give a lesson on various aspects of life.
4 INTRODUCTIONAuthorVivian French is a British lady who came forward as a children’s author in Her famous books are:Singing to the SunSparkle StreetThe Tiara ClubMrs. Floss and Mrs. Fleece
5 A Dream Comes True and Tomkin to the Rescue It is a fantasy story of dreams, friendship, promises being forgotten and remembering to fulfill them.It has two main characters:Tomkin --- the tailor boyThe Stool --- Tomkin’s friend and advisor
6 LEARNING OBJECTIVES To develop the four basic skills of learning ListeningSpeakingReadingWriting
7 LEARNING OBJECTIVES To introduce new words and develop vocabulary To show different aspects of life e.g. to keep promises, to accept mistakes and rectify them
8 RESOURCE MATERIAL Pictures Handouts Flash Cards Blackboard and chalk PowerPoint slideshow
9 Requisites/ Linkage with Previous Lecture Story is in simple past tense, which was our last lessonThought of the Day (for blackboard) – Always keep promisesName the person who cuts and stitches clothes- tailorWhat do you do when you are in trouble – think a lot/ eat a lot / seek advice
10 RECAPThe Recap will be done in the form of sequenced questions for active participation of the student.What dream does Tomkin have?What does his friend advise him?What is the promise made by Tomkin?Etc.
11 Individual ReadingIndividual reading will be done and the correction in pronunciation will be made individually.
12 Written WorkWritten work is done according to the scheme of DHA schools, which includes Word/meanings, question/answers, sentences and objectives.
13 Assessment / Evaluation Students will be asked questions about the story to assess their comprehension of the storyThey will be asked meanings of the words after they have finished the written workThey will be asked questions about the moral of the story and the different aspects of life, like making promises, keeping promises, accepting mistakes etc.Worksheet will be given in the form of multiple choice questions.
14 Assignment To read the lesson before it is started in class Underlining the difficult words and finding their meanings from the dictionaryTo make Title Page of any picture from the story and describe the picture in their own words.
15 Bridge To discuss the assignments given to the students To discuss the moral of the story and give the next lesson to read