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1ACTION PLAN: ENGLISH SYNDICATE: II SYNDICATE LEADER: Mrs. SHAMIM DADI ByMs. Noreen AttaClass IVDate: July 24th’2011
2Name: Noreen AttaSubject: EnglishUnit: 4.1 pg: 21Book: Grammar Skills– 4Topic: PrepositionsClass: Syndicate IINo. of students: 34Date : 24th July, 11Time: 09 : 30Duration: 30 MinutesVenue: DA SKBZ College
3Previous knowledge of the students: Students have learnt prepositions of place and are exposed to several texts having prepositions of place. They are also exposed to simple preposition of direction ( up, down, into , out of) and can use them appropriately.Method of teaching: Lecture formative
4General objectives:To familiarize the students with correct usage of grammar.Adopt different methods of teaching English.
5Specific objectives:Change questioning strategies with students to promote high order thinking.By the end of the lesson the students will identify the prepositions and can use them in proper way.Students will be able to demonstrate correct usage of prepositions.
6MID TERM SYLLABUSApril: Oxford Reading Circle --- 4: i. One More Try ii. When We Are Men (Poem)The Jungle Book: Chapter: 1-2Grammar Skills--- 4: i. Count and Uncount Nouns ii. Singular and Plural Nouns iii. Types of NounsComposition, ComprehensionMay: Oxford Reading Circle --- 4: i. Sinbad the Sailor ii. Bird’s Nest (Poem)The Jungle Book: Chapter: 3Grammar Skills--- 4: i. Pronouns ii. Possessive Forms iii. AntonymsComposition, ApplicationAugust: Oxford Reading Circle --- 4: i. When Daddy was a Little BoyThe Jungle Book: Chapter: 4Grammar Skills--- 4: i. Adjectives ii. Adjectives of Comparison iii. HomophonesSeptember: Oxford Reading Circle --- 4: i. The Thrush Girl (for reading only) ii. High June (Poem) or oral recitationThe Jungle Book: Chapter: 5Grammar Skills--- 4: i. Preposition ii. Contractions iii. GendersOctober: RevisionMid Term Exams
7BLOOM’S TAXONOMY- LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson students will be able to:ANALYZE:analyze preposition according to their kind and make a chart.EVALUATE:consider how these preposition can help them in writing i.e. stories essays etc.CREATE :Write a story with the help of learnt prepositions.
8INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES AND TASKS Provide more opportunities for students to answer the questions that require higher order thinking.Providing opportunities of group discussion to uplift their knowledge and confident.The teacher will introduce prepositions to the students by asking them to think of two words that describe what they could do with their pencil boxBrainstorm these words and write them on the board. Most of the words will be prepositions. (Examples: inside, into, under, by, over, beneath, beside)
9SOLUTION TO ANTICIPATED CHALLENGES Slow learners may need more focus to come up with ideas.There may be some students who feel uncomfortable with group works.Parents disagreement.SOLUTIONAppropriate grouping may help.I will make appropriate group of students to encourage cooperation with all class members.I will take parents in confidence.Motivation.
10TIME LINE DAY 1 DEFINITION & EXAMPLES OF PREPOSITIONS DAY 2 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME & PLACE & EXERCISESDAY 3ASSESSMENT THROUGH WORKSHEETS
1121st Century Teaching Approaches Bloom’s Taxonomy- High Order Thinking Level TopicBloom’s Taxonomy21st Century Approach21st Century SkillsPrepositionCreating:Language proficiencyEncouraging skillsListening & Speaking skillsMonitoring skillsIntervening skillsCreativity & Intellectual curiosityInformation media literacy skillSelf directionEvaluating:AssessAppraiseQuestioning skillsGiving direction skillsIdentificationFormulationSolutionCommunication skillAnalyzing:ResearchChartOutlineObserving & Monitoring skillsListening skillsAdaptabilityAccountabilityCritical thinking
12Resources Internet Book, Board, Chalk, pictures, & Worksheets. Library Other teachers who teach same grade and subject
13PrepositionsA preposition is a word that helps to link nouns and pronouns to other words in a sentence. It usually tells the position of a noun or pronoun. A preposition also tells about time and place. Some prepositions are as follow:inonatafterbeforebetween
14Prepositions also tell about place. For example:
15Some other examples: The dog and cat are on the sofa. The dog and cat are on the sofa.The bird is in the cage.