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CLASS TIME WEEK DAY DATE

SUBJECT English language


THEME World of Self, Family and Friends
UNIT 2
TOPIC Saving, Spending, and Sharing (pg.11)
ENGLISH SKILLS Listening and Speaking
CONTENT STANDARD 1.1 1.2
LEARNING STANDARD 1.1.1 1.1.4 1.2.4
OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Talk about on how to manage money wisely.
2. Differentiate the saving and sharing.
ACTIVITIES
SET INDUCTION Let’s Talk
1. Talk and discuss about the picture.
 Help Irfan decide on what to do with his money.
 If you have RM500, what will you do with the money?
PRE LISTENING Let’s Listen and Talk
AND SPEAKING Classroom Discussion
1 .Listen to the conversation and discuss
 What are the 3s principle?
 Which is wiser keeping the money in a money box or bank
account?
 The importance of making choice.
 What is sharing?
 What is saving?
2. Explain the importance of saving money.
3. Discuss :
 Do you think buying a bouquet of flowers for your mother is
sharing or spending?
 Accept all answer then give opinion.
WHILE LISTENING Role Play
AND SPEAKING  Role-play the dialogue.
 Discuss the difference between saving, spending and sharing.
 Analyse the information using I-Think Map to show the
differences.

POST LISTENING AND Individual work


SPEAKING 1.Public Speaking:
 Talk about How to save money?

MORAL VALUES Hardworking


HOTS Applying : Solve
CLOSURE My Diary: Write about what they had learned from the lesson.

REFLECTIONS
CLASS TIME WEEK DAY DATE

SUBJECT English Language


THEME World of self , family and friends
UNIT 2
TOPIC Saving, Spending, and Sharing (14)
ENGLISH SKILLS Reading
CONTENT STANDARD 2.2 2.3
LEARNING STANDARD 2.2.2 (a) 2.3.1 (b) 2.2.2(b)
OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to;
1. Read, understand and enjoy the text read.
2. Apply dictionary skills in locating words and find meaning of base
word.
ACTIVITIES
SET INDUCTION 1. Teacher asks pupils how much they spend for their daily expenses.
2. Pupils respond.
PRE READING Building up vocabulary ( based on the text)
1. Ask pupils to read the text.
2. Underline Words/phrases/idioms
 Examples: bank account, student bank account,
children savings account, profit. Etc.
3.Discuss the meaning of each words/idioms/phrases
 Dictionary Skills
4. Pronunciation Drilling
WHILE READING Let’s read and answer
1. Ask pupils to read the text with/without guidance
2 .Practice the reading
 as a class, in group and as individually
3. Discuss the content of the text
 1. Main ideas 2.Supporting details
 I – Think Map ( Brace Map)
POST READING Individual work
 State True or False
 Discuss the answer.

MORAL VALUES Be wise, Be prudent


HOTS Analysing: Identifying
CLOSURE My Diary: Write about what they had learned from the lesson

REFLECTIONS
CLASS TIME WEEK DAY DATE

SUBJECT English Language


THEME World of self, family and friends
UNIT 2
TOPIC Saving, Spending, and Sharing ( pg. 16)
 Benefit of having saving account.
ENGLISH SKILLS Writing
CONTENT STANDARD 3.1 3.2
LEARNING STANDARD 3.1.1(a) 3.2.1 (b) 3.2.4
OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Write in neat legible print with correct spelling.
2. Complete the brace map with guidance.
ACTIVITIES
SET INDUCTION 1. Ask pupils where they think people keep their money.
 Discuss
PRE WRITING Let’s write
Classroom discussion
1. Read and understand the text. Discuss:
 The importance of saving money.
 The safest place to keep money.
 Why need saving account?
WHILE WRITING Group Work
1. Discuss and complete the brace map.
 Benefits of keeping money in a saving account.
2. Create poster on benefits of keeping money in a bank.
 Gallery Walk
2. Teacher observes and guides.
POST WRITING Individual work
1. List all the possible questions you may want to ask the officer in the
bank.
 Eg: How do I open account?
2. Refer to textbook for more information.

MORAL VALUES Be prudent


HOTS Analysing : Identify
CLOSURE My Diary: Write about what they had learned from the lesson.

REFLECTIONS
CLASS TIME WEEK DAY DATE

SUBJECT English language


THEME World of self, family and friends
UNIT 1
TOPIC Saving, Spending, and Sharing (18)
 Collective Nouns
ENGLISH SKILLS GRAMMAR
CONTENT STANDARD 5.1
LEARNING STANDARD 5.1.1(b)
OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Know and identify what collective nouns are.
2. Use collective nouns in different situation.
ACTIVITIES
SET INDUCTION 1. Show pictures of collective nouns and ask pupils to name them.
PRESENTATION Let’s learn and practise
Classroom discussion
1.Read the sentences
 Ask pupils to focus on BOLD words.
2.Explain more about collective nouns ( refer to the notes)
 The rules
 Situation
3. Get more examples of collective nouns by referring to their
surroundings.
Ex: Person objects
4. Write the correct collective nouns.
 Discuss the answer.
PRACTICE Think – Fair - Share
 Find more about collective noun
 Identify the collective noun.
2. Write in a complete sentence.
 E.g.: A litter of kittens is sleeping in a basket.

PRODUCTION Individual work


1. Copy the timetable of collective noun in the exercise book.

MORAL VALUES Determine Hardworking


HOTS Applying : Classify
CLOSURE My Diary: Write about what they had learned from the lesson

REFLECTIONS
CLASS TIME WEEK DAY DATE

SUBJECT English Language


THEME World of self, family and friends
UNIT 2
TOPIC Saving, Spending, and Sharing
 Cats By John Kitching
ENGLISH SKILLS Language Arts
CONTENT STANDARD 4.1 4.3
LEARNING STANDARD 4.1.2 4.3.2
OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to;
1. Recite jazz chants with correct stress, pronunciation,
rhythm and intonation.

ACTIVITIES
SET INDUCTION 1. Ask pupils to sound the cat.
PRESENTATION Let’s Recite
1.Read and recite the poem ‘Cat’
 Understand the meaning.
 Correct word stress and pronunciation

2..Learn the meaning of some words/idioms/phrases


 Cats scratching napping bee-hive
PRACTICE Poem Recitation
 practice the poem
 enjoy the poem
2. Perform the poem with action

PRODUCTION Individual Work


1. Replace the words and phrases in bold to create poem.
 Refer to the note

MORAL VALUES Courage


HOTS Remembering : Describe
CLOSURE My Dairy: Write about what have they learned from the lesson.

REFLECTIONS