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LESSON PLAN

Date : 6 August 2014


Time : 8.15 9.15 am
Class : 4 Gemilang
Enrolment : 28 pupils
Level : Intermediate
Theme : World of Knowledge
Topic : Unit 11: The Insects Investigator
Focused Skill : Reading
Integrated Skill : Writing
Content Standard : 2.2 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to
demonstrate understanding of a variety of linear and non-linear texts in the form of print and
non-print materials using a range of strategies to construct meaning.
Learning Standard : 2.2.2 Able to read and understand phrases and sentences from:
b) Non-linear texts
Learning Outcome : At the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to:
a) Draw a ladybird with correct characteristics based on the extract given
b) Answer comprehension questions correctly.
Prior Knowledge : Pupils already knew about ladybird and some characteristics of
insects.
Teaching and Learning Resources : Ladybird Song lyric, diagram of ladybird fun facts,
worksheet(reading comprehension), ladybird drawing.
Moral Values : We must appreciate nature.

Stage/Time Content Teachers Activity Pupils Activity Resources
Set
Induction
(+/- 5
minutes)
Singing along.

Ladybird Song
1) Teacher pastes the
lyric of the song on
the board.
2) Teacher sing the
song to the class.
3) Teacher asks
pupils to sing after
her.
1) Pupils look at the
lyric.
2) Pupils listen to the
teacher singing the
song.
3) Pupils sing after
the teacher.
Ladybird
Song lyric.
Presentation
(+/- 15
minutes)

Reading of
Ladybird Fun
Facts

1) Teacher pastes a
diagram/chart
about fun fact of
ladybird on the
board.
2) Teacher elicits
pupil feedback on
the diagram.
3) Teacher reads the
diagram/fact to the
class.
4) Teacher checks
pupils
understanding from
time to time.
1) Pupils look at the
diagram of ladybird
fun facts.
2) Pupils give
feedback to the
teachers question.
3) Pupils listen to the
teacher.
4) Pupils read with
teacher.
Diagram of
Ladybird Fun
Facts.
Practice
(+/- 15
mins)



Complete the
Drawing Activity.




1) Teacher gives
pupils extract from
the diagram
(physical
characteristics of
ladybird).
1) Pupils read the
extract given.
2) Pupils complete
the drawing of
uncompleted
ladybird by
Extract
(physical
characteristic)
of Ladybird.

Uncompleted















2) Teacher gives
worksheet to the
pupils.
3) Teacher asks
pupils to complete
the drawing of
ladybird by
following the
extract given.
4) Teacher collects
the drawing.
following the
characteristics
given
3) Pupils submit the
drawing.

drawing of
Ladybird.
Production
(+/- 20
minutes)
Individual Work.

Completing
Reading
Comprehension
Questions
Activity.

1) Teacher gives the
whole diagram
(worksheet) to the
pupils.
2) Teacher gives
comprehension
questions to the
pupils.
3) Teacher asks
pupils to answer
the comprehension
question based on
the diagram given.
4) Teacher collects
worksheet.
1) Pupils look at the
worksheet given.
2) Pupils answer the
comprehension
questions based
on the diagram
given.
3) Pupils submit the
worksheet.
Worksheet
(Reading
Comprehension
Questions)
Closure
(+/- 5
minutes)
Singing Along.

Ladybird Song
1) Teacher sings the
Ladybird Song with
pupils again.
1) Pupils sing the
song together with
the teacher.
Ladybird Song
lyric.


1. They are
insects.
They have :
six legs
two sets of wings
antennae
2. Their
feet:
they have sticky feet
help them crawl
upside down on a
leaf without falling.
3. Ladybird
:
have black spots on
their back.
have 6 short legs
tuck under its body.
have two short
antennae.
4. Eat
other
insects
they eat pests that
harm crops.
Farmers loves them
5. Have
strong
jaws
they use their jaws
to eat
6. Do not
have many
enemies
Their blood tastes
bitter.
Some insects don't
like to eat them.
Spiders, wasps and
dragonflies eat
ladybird.
7. Live in
groups
Ladybirds live in
groups
It keeps them warm
in winter.
Answer the questions below based on the diagram.
1. What are the characteristics of insects?
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2. Why are the farmers happy when they see ladybirds?
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3. What is a favorite food of ladybirds?
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4. Why dont most insects eat ladybirds?
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5. Which insect hunt ladybirds?
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6. Why do ladybirds live in groups?
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It displays bold colors, red, orange or yellow with black spots on its back. Ladybird walks on its 6 short
legs tuck under its body. There are also 2 short antennae form a slight cub at the end.