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Lesson Plan for Listening and Speaking Skills

Prepared by: Nurul Fazwani binti Foizi



DATE : 20 January 2012
TIME : 8.45 a.m 9.45 a.m
CLASS : Year 1 Saga
SKILLS : Listening & Speaking
THEME : World of Knowledge
TOPIC : Environmental sounds

CONTENT STANDARD:
By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to:
1.1. Pupils will be able to pronounce words and speak confidently with the correct
stress, rhythm and intonation.

LEARNING STANDARD:
1.1.1 Able to listen and respond to stimulus given with guidance :
a) Environmental sound

1.1.3 Able to listen to, say aloud and recite rhymes or sing songs with guidance

1.1.4 Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to :
1. Listen and state six environmental sounds out of tens.
2. Create environmental sounds in meaningful and fun way.
3. Able to match at least four sounds to the object out of sixs.

TEACHING AIDS:
Picture cards, CD player, large pictures, newspapers, empty bottles, twigs, sand,
water, stones, blanket, song chart
MORAL VALUES: Appreciation of nature, co-operation
THINKING SKILLS: Identifying, Categorizing, Matching and Solving Problems
STAGE/ TIME TEACHERS ROLE PUPILS ROLE
LEARNING
STANDARDS
Set Induction
(5 7 minutes)
1. Teacher asks the
pupils to listen
attentively to the CD
player.
2. Teacher plays
recorded sounds of
nature such as birds
chirping, raining,
waterfalls, cars
honking, and
construction site.
3. Teacher gets the
pupils to talk about the
sounds.

Samples of Questions:
- Where can you find the
sound?
- Why do you say its a
waterfall?
- Which sound do you
like / dislike? Why?


1. Pupils listen
and talk about the
sounds.
2. Pupils give
reasons to their
likes and dislikes.

1.1.1 Able to listen
and respond to
stimulus given with
guidance:
a) environmental
sounds
1.1.4 Able to talk
about stimulus with
guidance.
STAGE/ TIME TEACHERS ROLE PUPILS ROLE
LEARNING
STANDARDS
Pre- listening
(10- 15minutes)
1. Teacher shows
large pictures of
environmental sounds
using picture cards.
(Pictures of bees
buzzing, baby crying,
strong wind blowing,
starting a motorbike)

2. Teacher asks the
pupils to imagine the
sounds and make the
sounds.

Samples of
Questions:
- What can you see in
the picture?
- Can you make the
sound?
Pupils study the
picture and make
the sounds.


1.1.4 Able to talk
about stimulus with
guidance
While- listening
(20 minutes )
1. Teacher divides the
pupils into 6 groups.
2. Each group is given
a few types of objects.
(A few pieces of
newspapers, sand,
empty mineral bottles,
water, dry twigs,
stones, dry leaves)
3. Teacher asks the
pupils to discuss with
1. Pupils sit in
groups of
six.
2. Pupils
discuss
with their
peers and
make the
sounds
using the
things
1.1.1 Able to listen
and respond to
stimulus given with
guidance:
a) Environmental
sounds

1.1.4 Able to talk
about stimulus with
guidance.
their peers and create
sounds using the
things around.
4. Teacher asks each
group to present.
5. Teacher rewards
the pupils.

Samples of Questions
What other sounds that
you can make using the
things around you?
provided.
3. Pupils
present
their work
in groups.
2.

STAGE/ TIME TEACHERS ROLE PUPILS ROLE
LEARNING
STANDARDS
Post listening
(10 minutes)
1. Teacher displays a
song chart on
environmental sounds.
(The Animal Sound)
2. Teacher sings the
song
and gets the pupils to
repeat.
3. Teacher guides the
pupils
to put in the
appropriate
actions to the song.

Samples of Questions:
Show me the action for
bees are buzzing?


1. Pupils listen
and sing
along.
2. Pupils show
appropriate
actions.


1.1.3 Able to listen
to, say aloud and
recite rhymes or
sing song with
guidance.
STAGE/ TIME TEACHERS ROLE PUPILS ROLE
LEARNING
STANDARDS
Closure
(5 minutes)
1. Teacher ends the
lesson
by recapping the
days
lesson and
discusses
the moral values.

Pupils talk about
the days lesson
and the moral
values.
1.1.4 Able to talk
about stimulus with
guidance
Remedial
(10 minutes )
1. Teacher uses the
flashcards of the
environmental
sounds as
stimulus.
2. Teacher points a
card and asks the
pupils to make the
sound of the object
in the flashcards or
teacher makes the
sound and asks
the pupils to point
on the correct
object and pupils
say the name of
the object aloud.
3. Teacher correct
the pronunciation
of pupils
1. Pupils respond
to the
teachers
instruction by
making the
environmental
sound.
2. Pupils say the
name of the
object aloud
with correct
pronunciation.
1.1.1 Able to listen
and respond to
stimulus given with
guidance:
a) environmental
sounds
1.1.3 Able to listen
to, say aloud and
recite rhymes or
sing song with
guidance.
1.1.4 Able to talk
about stimulus with
guidance.




ENRICHMENT ACTIVITY:
TEACHERS ROLE
1. Teacher gives work sheets to the pupils about on environmental sounds by
matching the sound with the object. (refers to the Appendix)
2. Teacher marks the work sheets as it completed by pupils.
PUPILS ROLE
1. Pupils complete the task given and hand in the task to the teacher.





BY: NURUL FAZWANI BINTI FOIZI (PISMP TESL 5 SEM 3)


CD For Sounds of Environmental & Animal Songs

Example of picture cards





Work Sheet
Name:________________________________________ Year:_________________
Day: ____________________ Date:_________________