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Theme: World of Stories Topic: More Stories Language Focus: Simple tense Main skill: Reading Integrated skill:

Writing Curriculum Specifications: Learning outcomes 3.4 Read aloud expressively and fluently pronouncing words correctly and observing correct stress and intonation and sentence rhythm. 4.4 Complete texts with the missing word, phrase or sentence. Specifications 3.4.1 Read aloud words and phrases, pronouncing them correctly.

4.4.2 Complete simple instructions, recipes, descriptions, rhymes with the missing word(s) (with guidance given in the form of words and pictures).

Learning outcomes/ Objectives: By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to; i. ii. Read aloud words and phrases and pronouncing them correctly. Choose and write the correct answers to complete the worksheets.

Previous knowledge: Pupils have knowledge on some short stories. Teaching aids: Scripts, pictures, worksheets Moral value: We should not steal other peoples properties. Educational Emphasis/ thinking skill(s): Interpersonal, helpfulness

Stage/time Stage 1 Set Induction (3 minutes)

Content Teaching aids: Pictures of a giant, beans, harp and gold.

Teaching/ learning 1. Teacher shows pictures of a giant, beans, harp and gold. 2. Teacher asks pupils to guess the story that they are going to learn on that day. 3. Teacher explains that they are going to listen to Jack and The Beanstalk short story. Today, we are going to read a

Rationale To capture pupils interest towards the short story.

To prepare pupils for the lesson.

story called Jack and The Beanstalk. Who have read this story before? Stage 2 Pre-reading (9 minutes) Teaching aids: Pictures of a giant, beans, harp and gold. The scripts 1. Teacher distributes the scripts to the pupils. 2. Teacher introduces some words that might be difficult for the pupils. 3. Teacher divides the roles among the pupils. 4. Teacher encourages the pupils to take on the appropriate voices for each character and to do the appropriate actions and gestures. 1. Teacher asks pupils to read aloud the text according to the roles assigned to the pupils. 2. Teacher assists pupils who have difficulty in reading the text. 3. Teacher asks pupils whether they like the story or not. 4. Teacher shares the moral value of the story. We should not steal other peoples properties. 1. Teacher distributes the worksheets. 2. Teacher asks pupils to complete the worksheets by referring to the text. 3. Teacher discusses the answers with pupils. 1. Teacher asks feedback from pupils on the lesson; What have you learnt today? 2. Teacher gives reflection on the lesson; Today, we have read Jack and the Beanstalk short story.

To guide the pupils on the activities that they will be doing next. To encourage creativity among the pupils. To enhance pupils reading aloud skills.

Stage 3 While reading (10 minutes)

Teaching aids: Pictures of a giant, beans, harp and gold. The scripts

To instil moral values among the pupils. To enhance pupils understanding of the story.

Stage 4 Post reading (5 minutes)

Teaching aids: Worksheets

Stage 5 Closure (3 minutes)

To encourage pupils to give opinion.