Pack Suitcase by emsecommy


									Themes:            World of knowledge
Focus:             Listening and Speaking
Topic:             Holidays
Content Standard:  3.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to form
                   letters and words in neat legible print including cursive writing.
Learning Standard: 3.1.1 Able to demonstrate fine motor control of hands and fingers by: (a)
                   handling objects and manipulating them; (b) moving hands and fingers using
                   writing apparatus; (c) using correct posture and pen hold grip; (d) scribbling in
                   clockwise movement; (e) scribbling in anti-clockwise movement; (f) drawing
                   simple strokes up and down; (g) drawing lines from left to right; (h) drawing
Objectives:        by the end of the activity, pupils should be able to:
                   1. cut the pictures in the handout given
                   2. paste and label the pictures accordingly
                   3. colour the pictures
Time:              30 minutes
Teaching Aids:     Packing the Suitcase Activity Worksheet, Scissors, Glue, Colour, pencils
By                 Norhayati Mahadi and Roupa Darshany

 Activity                                                                            Teaching &                Notes
 1. As a set induction to the lesson, teacher asks                                   Appreciation
 students whether they like holidays and what they
 do during the holidays.

 2. Teacher asks students to imagine that they are                                   Recalling                 suggested answers:
 now on school holidays and planning to go for a                                     and                       tshirt
 vacation. Teacher then asks students to think of the                                responding                towel
 things that they need to bring for their holiday trip.                                                        toothbrush
 Teacher lists them on the board.                                                                              shorts

 3. Teacher distributes Packing the Suitcase Activity                                Build motor               http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.o
 Worksheet to the students. Teacher asks students                                    skills,                   rg/sites/kids/files/attachment/packing-
 to cut the pictures of suitable things to bring for the                             confidence                a-suitcase.pdf
 holiday trip, paste them in their English writing
 books, and label them correctly. Teacher then asks
 students to colour the pictures.

 Assessment:                                                                         Recalling                 Compliments for each correct
                                                                                     and                       answers
 Teacher asks pupils to spell out the items that are                                 responding
 suitable to be packed in a holiday suitcase.

 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. A registered charity: 209131 (England and Wales) SC037733 (Scotland).
Remedial:                                                 Recalling      Compliments for each correct
                                                          and            answers
Teacher groups students and asks them to spell out        responding
the items to be packed in a holiday suitcase.
Teacher rewrites them on the boards and asks
students to copy them into their writing books.

Enrichment:                                               Enjoyment
                                                                         Class blog can be created easily on
Teacher asks students to write where they would                
visit on their dream holiday and what they would
need to pack to go there.                                 Appreciation

Teacher uploads students' writing pieces on a blog
designated for the class, where students and
parents can appreciate work produced by the

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