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METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING WRITING (TSL 592)

LESSON PLAN FOR MICRO-TEACHING

NAME : NURUL NAJIHAH BINTI ROSLI
COLLEGE ID : 2012689224
GROUP : ED2206B
LECTURER’S NAME : MRS. HAMIDAH
DATE OF SUBMISSION : 19th MAY 2015

Teaching English as a Second Language
University Technology Mara

Date : 19th May 2015 Time/Duration : 30minutes
Class : 2 Azam No. of Students : 22
Proficiency Level : Intermediate
Prior Knowledge : Students have learnt to identify the main idea of a paragraph.
Theme : Social issues
Topic : Using time wisely
Language Skill Focus : Writing
Integrated Skills : Listening, Speaking, and Reading
Language Focus : The meaning of supporting details and techniques and clues in identifying supporting details.
Learning Objective : Students will be able to identify the supporting details of a text.
Learning Outcomes : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
* Read and underline the supporting details of a text.
* Read and write their own supporting details for the main ideas given by teacher.
Educational Emphasis :
* Thinking Skills : Students are able to create the supporting details creatively.
Moral Value :
* Cooperation : Students are able to cooperate with friends in completing a task.
Instructional Materials :
* Handout on a complete text.
* Handout on a topic with several main ideas.
* Mahjong paper.
* Manilla Cards.
* Marker.
* Sticky stuff.

Stage | Skill | Activity | Rationale/AVA |
Set Induction(5 mins)Activity 1(8 mins)Activity 2(6 mins)Activity 3(6 mins)Closure(5 mins) | Listening and SpeakingReading, Listening and SpeakingReadingReading, Listening, Speaking and WritingListening | * Teacher greets the students. * Teacher recalls the techniques and clues to identify the stated main idea sentence. * Teacher pastes a manila card on the board which consists…...

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