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Unformatted text preview: DAILY LESSON PLAN SMK NAMBAYAN DAILY LESSON PLAN Week: Day: Monday 11 Date: Class: 4 Bestari Time: 9.30 am - 10.30 am Subject: Theme: English Language Topic: Skill(s): ‘Argumentative writing’ People Writing Reading Educational emphases: Learning Outcome(s): Values and Citizenship 2.3 (a) Present information to different audiences by writing recounts, descriptions, explanations, speeche 2.3 (f) Present information to different audiences by composing, revising and editing drafts; and checking 3.2 (b) Retelling a story from a different point of view and presenting it i Choose an item. n another genredeas and supporting details. Learning Specification(s) : 2.3, AL2(iv). Presenting information by expanding notes and outlines. .2(ii)B 3.1, L2(v). Describing the place and time the story took place. 3.1, L2(vi). Describing characters and writing simple descriptions. Learning Objective(s): Activities: Resources: L1. Sc anning for details. At the end of the lessons, students are able to: 1. recognize types of composition in Section B, Paper 2 – English 2. write an argumentative essay with its draft and outline using mind map. 1. Teacher gives brief explanation on SPM writing format of Section B, Paper 2. 2. Students listen attentively and give respond. 3. Students write notes. 4. Students write an argumentative essay with its draft and outline using mind map. 5. Teacher guides students’ writing. Reference book Textbook Teaching Aids: Handouts Dictionary Choose an item. Choose an item. Choose an item. DAILY LESSON PLAN Assessment: SMK NAMBAYAN Written Assignment Written Assignment Reflection: Objective(s) achieved Need further exercises and guidance Lesson postponed Notes: ...
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