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					SJK Y2 pg. 19-21
  Focus:                          Listening and Speaking
  Topic:                          Animals / Insect

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

  Learning                        1.1.2 Able to listen to and enjoy simple stories.
  Standard:                       1.1.3 Able to listen to and sing songs with guidance.

  Objectives:                     By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
                                  i) show enjoyment of the story heard through non-verbal responses;
                                  ii) sing a song with guidance.
  Time:                           60 min
  Teaching Aids:                  Flash,mp3,worksheet

  Lesson Link:          

  Prepare By:                     Cindy

  Activity                                                                                                    Notes
  1. Warm-up: Teacher shows a picture of a spider. Teacher
  asks questions:
     i) Are you afraid of spiders?
     ii) Tell us about the scariest spider you’ve ever seen!
     iii) What did it look like?
     iv) Where was it?
     v) Where does a spider live?

  2. Teacher introduces the characters in the story ‘Speedy
  Spider’ by showing the picture of the book cover on page
  19 of the textbook. Teacher introduces the words ‘title’,
  ‘author’ and ‘illustrator.’

  3. Teacher tells the story. Teacher points to the pictures on
  page 20-21 and gets pupils to talk about the characters by
  asking questions:
     i) Where do the animals live?
    ii) What sounds do they make?
    iii) Can you describe the animals? How many legs does
         a dog / cow / hen / spider have?

  4. Teacher explains the words ‘rain’ and ‘web’ by doing
  actions / gestures and pointing to the pictures. Teacher
  draws pupils’ attentions to the sound ‘ng’ in the words
  ‘spinning’, ‘raining, ‘strong’ and ‘blowing.’

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5. Closure: Teacher plays the song ‘Incy Wincy Spider.’
wincy-spider ). Teacher shows the actions that
accompanies the song. Teacher and pupils sing the song
and do the actions together.

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