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August 21, 2017 | Author: haridas_ohm | Category: Lesson Plan, Linguistics, Semiotics, Communication, Cognition
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World of Knowledge - Food and Drinks...


Subject Date Time & Duration Class No. of Students Students’ Level Theme/Topic Focused Skill Integrated Skills Curriculum Specifications

General Objective drinks. Specific Objective

Educational Emphases CCTS Grammar Vocabulary Teaching Aids Moral Values Previous Knowledge

: English Language : 16 April 2010 : 8.00-9.00 am (1Hour) : 5 Pintar : 25 : Intermediate : World of Knowledge / Food and Drinks : Listening : Speaking, Reading, Writing : 1.1.1 Listen to the words and repeat words that contain following sounds. 1.3.1 Listen to key words and phrases in description heard. 1.4.1 Listen to and follow simple instructions. 1.5.1 Listen to simple descriptions and give details. 2.3.1 Name or identify objects. 2.3.3 Talk about things heard, seen and read. : Pupils should be able to identify and name foods & : By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to: i) Listen and write the names of at least 8 out of 10 food & drinks. ii) Listen and answer at least 3 out of 5 questions regarding to foods & drinks. iii) Complete 90% of the picture chart about foods & drinks. : Identifying, Generates ideas : Wh-questions : pepper, supper, breakfast, lunch, dinner, (foods & drinks) : Picture chart, picture, power point slide, flash cards and worksheet. : Gratitude : Pupils have learnt about food in Year 4.



Teaching & Learning Activities

Teacher tells the class that they are going to see a picture chart about food and drink

To set the mood and mentally prepare pupils for the lesson.

Teacher displays the picture chart about food and drink

1. What are you had for breakfast?

2. What are the food and drinks did you see in this diagram?

Teacher tells the name of the food and drinks in food while the students listen carefully

To integrate picture chart as informative component. Food and drinks picture chart.

Teacher introduces the topic ‘foods and drinks’ by relating it to the pupils’ answer.

Whole class activity

Refer Appendix 1

Teacher tells to the class they must tell food or drinks names that going to paste in white board.

To activate pupils previous knowledge

Picture of foods and drinks

CCTS – identifiying

Whole class activity

Refer Appendix 2

Induction Show picture chart Set about foods and drinks. ±5 Minutes Example of Teacher’s questions:

3. Which one is your favorite food and drinks? Step 1 ± 10 Minutes

Remark (Rationale, CCTS, AVA, Moral value)

Recognize the food and drinks name that teacher paste in white board.

1. What food is this?

After that pupils have to spell that foods or drinks names.

2. What drink is this?

Teacher will guide the pupils while they spell foods or drinks words.

Then teacher calls a pupils to come front to write that words in white board.

Pupils have to write these words in their note book.



Step 2 ± 15 Minutes


Talk about mealtime 1. What you have for breakfast?

Teaching & Learning Activities

Teacher divide the class into group of 5 pupils each group.

Teacher asks the pupils to discuss among them about the foods and drinks that they eat for breakfast, lunch, and breakfast.

2. What you have for lunch? 3. What you have for dinner?

Step 3 ± 10 Minutes


Step 4 ± 15 Minutes

Rhyme of foods and drinks. •




Classification of food and drinks into three categories such as: a. Fat b. Protein c. Carbohydrate

Teacher helps the weaker group

Teacher writes the rhyme of food and drinks in white board.

Teacher tells the rhyme words of food and drinks and the pupils will repeat that words.

Teacher asks the pupils to write that words in their note book.

Teaching & Learning Activities

Teacher divides the class into groups of five.

Teacher gives some example of energy that consists in the foods.

Each group should write the names of at least 3 foods for each category of foods and drinks.

(Rationale, CCTS, AVA, Moral value) •

To enable pupils to identify the food and drinks that they eat in their daily life.

CCTS: Identifying

Group work

To introduce new vocabulary and practice pronunciation with correct rhythm, stress and intonation.

Whole class activity.

Remark (Rationale, CCTS, AVA, Moral value) •

To integrate science in language learning.

Marker pens, mahjong paper.

CCTS: Classifying

Group activity


Closure ±5 Minutes


Teacher summarizes the whole lesson for the day.

Appendix 1:

In groups pupils classify food according to their categories.

Teacher assists the weaker groups.

Each group then displays their answers in front of the class.

Teacher makes a quick cross check of the answers with the pupils

Teaching & Learning Activities

Remark (Rationale, CCTS, AVA, Moral value)

Teacher summarizes the lesson by showing picture chart.

To reinforce spelling and names of food and drinks.

Teacher instills values like live healthy life with healthy food.

To improve pupils knowledge about food and drinks.

Teacher gives worksheet to the pupils.

Appendix 2:


Use the words in the table to replace to make a new dialog. Invite several partners to read their dialog

A: Hello! Where are you from ? B: I’m from… A: What’s your favourite food? B: My favourite food is… A: What’s your favourite drink? B: My favourite drink is… A: What’s your favourite fruit? B: My favourite fruit is … A: Do you like… B: Yes, I do./ No, I don’t.

Food bread rice meat cakes noodles dumplings hamburgers potato chips Drink tea orange juice coffee coke water Fruit apples oranges pears bananas peaches

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