4Introduction Name : Mrs. Samina Alamgir Venue: DASKBZ School: D.A.T,H.S Syndicate: II Class: III Details of delivery:25th July 2011Subject: English Literature Time duration:30minTopic: :Mr Sharp’es Fish Lecture no: INo of students:Requisites /linkage with previous knowledge: The students are already aware of fishes since they have seen a movie about them.Motivational questions to warm up:Do you like fishes?Tell the names of a few fishes?Which fish do you eat?Where do fishes live?Method of Teaching: Lecture and formative.
5Long Term Goals: Final Term Syllabus 2011-2012; English literature: 1. Book :Oxford Reading Circle 3 by Nicholas Horsburgh2. Novel:The Wizard Of Oz By: Frank Baum Chapters 7-12Topic’s:1.Mr Sharpe’s Fish Pgs:70-782.The Storks Pgs:3.The Eagle’s Present Pgs:4.The Seven Wise Men of Buneyr Pgs:5.My New Umbrella Pgs:90-926.Mice Pgs:99-92
6Short Term Goal : to complete topic in given time Timeline Of Lesson Plan (2weeks) Grade:III Subject: English Literature Topic:Mr Sharpe’s FishDateDayPeriodsScheme of Work to be done1st AugustMonday1Reading will be done by the teacher2ndTuesday2Reading will be done by students3rdWednesdayDifficult words pronunciation drilling will be done by most of the students.4thThursdayTeacher would explain the topic to the students.5thFridayStudents would be asked to find the meanings of words in the dictionary6th /7thHoliday8thWord / Meanings, Word sentences9thQuestion / Answers10thFill in the blanks, True or false11thActivities, Revision12Test
7Instructional Strategies and Tasks: I will provide students with time to search for meanings.I will ask questions that require students to explain how they found the answers.
8Objectives:General: to enhance the general English level and to develop confidence in acquiring the four basic skills ie listening, reading, speaking and writing.Specific: by the end of the topic, students will be able to read with concentration, learn to identify new words with correct pronunciation and comprehend the story.
9Plan: We plan it before teaching: Coverage of The Subject Matter: Lesson: Mr Sharpe’s Fish Pg 70-73A dialogue between Mr and Mrs SharpeMr Sharpe: Please cook this fish, we shall eat it at dinnerMrs Sharpe: OkayAt dinner timeMr Sharpe: I am starving, what a lovely smellMrs Sharpe: Eat noodles and vegetables.Mr Sharpe: But where is the fish I bought yesterday?Mrs Sharpe: Oh, the fish? That naughty cat ate it.
10Difficult Words and Meaning DeliciousWith an appealing taste or smellExplodeTo burst or blow upNightmareFrightening or Upsetting dreamStabTo thrust a sharp instrument into somethingExclaimTo speak or shout loudly and suddenly
11Questions/AnswersQ1.What did Mr. Sharpe like about fish? Ans: He liked eating fish. Q2.What did Sheena tell Mr. Sharpe when he came home? Ans: Sheena told him that naughty cat ate the fish. Q3.What did Mr. Sharpe got for his dinner? Ans: Mr. Sharpe got noodles and vegetables.
12Make sentences of the given words: Fill in the Blanks: Mr Sharpe loved ______________.He did not keep them in a ______________.He did not like their ________ or __________ .He liked ________ them.True or false:The friends came when they smelled fish ____The fish was cooked for Mr Sharpe’s dinner ____Mr Sharpe liked noodles ____The cat ate the fish ____Make sentences of the given words:Delicious – Explode – Nightmare – Surprise – StarvingFill in the Blanks:Mr Sharpe loved ______________.He did not keep them in a ______________.He did not like their ________ or __________ .He liked ________ them.True or false:The friends came when they smelled fish ____The fish was cooked for Mr Sharpe’s dinner ____Mr Sharpe liked noodles ____The cat ate the fish ____Make sentences of the given words:Delicious – Explode – Nightmare – Surprise – Starving
13Reference to The Context: Who said to whom? Do stay and have some lunch.Just look at the fish, what a beauty it is.
14Do it (Methodology) Orally: Group reading by the students: Model reading by the teacherGroup reading by the students:Pronunciation drill to be done during reading Difficult words and their meanings explained Silent readingA tongue twister:Sheena sells shell fish on the seashoreWritten work to be done:Words/MeaningQuestion/AnswersFill in the blanksTrue/FalseReference to the contextActivities
15AnalyseThe teacher will listen to students to know about their reading skills.Tell the story in simple manner so that students will be able to comprehend.By correcting the pronunciation, students will easily learn the spellingsStudents will be able to ask questions, give outline of the story, inquire ,reason and develop decision making.
16Creating InterestFor creative thinking students will act a dialogue between Mr Sharpe and Mrs Sharpe imagining as character of the story.The students will be able to construct a story of their own.Take them to the aquarium.Play game in groups(catch the fish)
17Evaluation The teacher will give them written work to do, Word/meaning.Word/sentences.Reference to the context.To criticize, argue, and justify the story.
18Review it Final recapitulation Assessment by formative method:Oral questions will be asked to check students response and understanding.Assessment by summative method:Work sheet will be given; Make a pictorial story by yourself.
19Share: By Sharing, students will improve their views and knowledge 1. Story: construct a pictorial story of your own. 2.Point out at least ten differences in the picture. 3.Game:Catch the fish. 4.Movie: Mind your language.000
20Challenges that a teacher may face Problems:The parents may not understand my method.There are some students who do not want to work in groups.Solutions:A parent/teacher meeting to be arranged to highlight my method.Tell students learning is better, when they work together.
21Assignment Make the title page. Learn all the work done in copy for test.
22BridgeTalk about the next lesson to be done next week, ‘The Eagle’s Present’Tongue twister activity: Sheena sells shell fish on the seashore.
23Resource Material/Teaching Aids: Text book / green board / dusterPuppets/ work sheets / handoutsCharts/ white & colorful chalksWebsites: Google, Intel/Teach ProgramPower point presentationWord processingMulti-media
24Conclusion1.By implementing my newly acquired 21st century teaching approaches, students will be empowered .2.They will appreciate and gain a better knowledge of English.