Saturday, 10 December 2011

GETTING TO KNOW WORDS, PHRASES AND SIMPLE SENTENCES



NAME OF
ACTIVITY
Activity 1 : Combining and Making 2 Phonics Sounds
STRAND
Communication – English Language
Listening, speaking and reading skills
LEARNING
STANDARDS
BI 1.4.3 Listen to and follow instructions
BI 3.1.6 Name letters of the alphabet
BI 3.2.4 Hear and say the initial sound of a word
BI 4.1.1 Engage in activities requiring eye-hand coordination
BI 4.2.3 Write recognizable letters
INTEGRATED
LEARNING
STANDARDS
PSE 2.3 Membina semangat dan sifat yang positif

TEACHING
MATERIALS
Alphabet cards

PROCEDURES
1.      Teachers demonstrates how to pronounce the letters words phonetically, pupils listen and repeat after teacher
Eg : Peh  +  at  =  pat
       Heh  +  at  =  hat

2.      Teachers reads more words to the pupils and pupils repeat after teacher
Eg  :  sat   rat   fat  mat bat

3.      Teacher divide the class to 4 / 5 groups and gives a few sets of letters cards. Pupils join the letters to form 3 lette words as in table 1

f

at

r

at

s

at

m

at

4.      Pupils write the words on a piece of paper as shown in table 2

p
+
at
=
pat
m
+
at
=
mat
c
+
at
=
cat
b
+
at
=
bat

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

PHONICS SONG

video 

LYRICS..

a  
Apple,apple
Air,air,air
Apple,apple
Air,air,air
(Air is the sound for “a”)
b  
Baby,baby
Bhe,bhe,bhe
Baby,baby
Bhe,bhe,bhe
(Bhe is the sound for “b”)
c  
Cookie,cookie
Che,che,che
Cookie,cookie
Che,che,che
(Che is the sound for “c”)
d 
Dinasaur,dinosaur
Dhe,dhe,dhe
Dinasaur,dinosaur
Dhe,dhe,dhe
(Dhe is the sound for “d”)
e 
Elephant,elephant
Eh,eh,eh
Elephant,elephant
Eh,eh,eh
(Eh is the sound for “e”)
f 
Flower,flower
Ff,ff,ff
Flower,flower
Ff,ff,ff
(Ff is the sound for “f”)
g 
Goggles,goggles
Ghe,ghe,ghe
Goggles,goggles
Ghe,ghe,ghe
(Ghe is the sound for “g”)
h 
Horses,horses
Heh,heh,heh
Horses,horses
Heh,heh,heh
(Heh is the sound for “h”)
i 
Inchworm,inchworm
Ih,ih,ih
Inchworm,inchworm
Ih,ih,ih
(Ih is the sound for “i”)
j 
Jelly,jelly
Jeh,jeh,jeh
Jelly,jelly
Jeh,jeh,jeh
(Jeh is the sound for “j”)
k
Kangaroo,kangaroo
Keh,keh,keh
Kangaroo,kangaroo
Keh,keh,keh
(Keh is the sound for “k”)
l
Lollipop,lollipop
Ill, ill, ill
Lollipop,lollipop
Ill,ill,ill
(ill is the sound for “l”)
m
Mountain,mountain
Mm,mm,mm
Mountain,mountain
Mm,mm,mm
(Mm is the sound for “m”)
n
Neddle,needle
Nn,nn,nn
Neddle,neddle
Nn,nn,nn
(Nn is the sound for “n”)
o
Octopus,octopus
Oh,oh,oh
Octopus,octopus
Oh,oh,oh
(Oh is the sound for “o”)
p 
Paddle,paddle
Peh,peh,peh
Paddle,paddle
Peh,peh,peh
(Peh is the sound for “p”)
q
Queen,queen
Qua,qua,qua
Queen,queen
Qua,qua,qua
(Qua is the sound for “q”)
r
Rooster,rooster
Rr,rr,rr
Rooster,rooster
Rr,rr,rr
(Rr is the sound for “r”)
s 
Snake,snake
Ss,ss,ss
Snake,snake
Ss,ss,ss
(Ss is the sound for “s”)
t 
Turtle,turtle
Th,th,th
Turtle,turtle
Th,th,th
(Th is the sound for “t”)
u
Umbrella,umbrella
U,u,u
Umbrella,umbrella
U,u,u
(U is the sound for “u”)
v
Valentine,valentine
Veh,veh,veh
Valentine,valentine
Veh,veh,veh
(Veh is the sound for “v”)
w
Window,window
Woah,woah,woah
Window,window
Woah,woah,woah
(Woah is the sound for “w”)
x
X-ray,x-ray
Xs,xs,xs
X-ray,x-ray
Xs,xs,xs
(Xs is the sound for “x”)
y
Yoyo,yoyo
Yeh,yeh,yeh
Yoyo,yoyo
Yeh,yeh,yeh
(Yeh is the sound for “y”)
z
Zipper,zipper
Zeh,zeh,zeh
Zipper,zipper
Zeh,zeh,zeh
(Zeh is the sound for “z”)






Saturday, 12 November 2011

ALPHABET FRIENDLY CHART


    

LETS SING TOGETHER...

video


ENGLISH LEARNING MODULES

The Preschool English Language Curriculum builds the foundation through the development of the skills of listening, speaking and early literacy. It also aims at enabling pupils to actively communicate with others in their immediate environment as well as develop an enjoyment of the language through the use of stories,poems,sons and games. Through language play they will also imagine and recreate experiences.

Vocabulary development will be facilitated through expose of language related to familiar experiences and things in the environment as well as simple selections from pupils literature. Language development will be supported through the use of context including objects from the real world, pictures, puppets and others so that language experience will be meaningful