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Lesson Plan

Topic Angkor Wat is very exciting place   Unit ASEAN       Time 50 Minutes

Subject English 1 (E43101)                      Level Matthayomsuksa 6 (Advance) êêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêêê

Standard F1.1

          Understanding of and capacity for interpreting what has been heard and read from various types of media and ability to express opinions with proper reasoning.

Grade level indicators M 4-6/4

Identify the main idea, analyse the essence, interpret and express opinions from listening to and reading feature articles and entertainment articles, as well as provide justifications and examples for illustration.

Learning Indicator

Classify between facts and opinions from reading Angkor Wat passage and express opinions which related to the passage.

Terminal objective

Students will be able to classify between facts and opinions in Angkor Wat passage and express opinions related to the passage.

Enabling Objectives

Students will be able to tell the differences between facts and opinions.

Students will be able to tell the meaning of vocabulary in Angkor Wat passage.

Students will be able to conclude Angkor Wat passage by using their own words.

Students will be able to write their opinions about Angkor Wat.

Contents

Skills          Reading and Writing

Vocabulary         archaeological (adj.), architectural (adj.), breathtaking (adj.), countless (adj.), sculptural (adj.), destination (n.), centerpiece (n.), magnificent (adj.), significant (adj.), foundation (n.), dedicated (adj.), intact (adj.)

Language Function

        Classifying between facts and opinions

          Giving opinions from reading passage

Learning Style

Students are warmed up by watching Angkor Wat video which can enhance them ready to learn. Moreover, they will learn about facts and opinions by using Mind Mapping Game that is focused on distributing their own knowledge. Also, they will learn through Angkor Wat passage by using SQ4R reading technique that can develop their reading skill. Furthermore, they will have a chance to express their ideas about the importance of Angkor Wat in ASEAN in English language. Students will learn the lesson through Co-operative Learning Technique. Teacher is just an advisor and evaluator who suggest them about how to read and score the point.

Instructional Media

          1. Angkor Wat Video

          2. Angkor Wat Mind Mapping Game

          3. Fact & Opinion Sheet

          4. Angkor Wat Passage

5. Worksheet I, II and III

6. Word Cards

Learning Evidences

Products/ Tasks

1. Group work               read and answer the questions about Angkor Wat

2. Individual work         write the opinions on the topic “Is Angkor Wat important in ASEAN?”

Evaluation

Learning Indicator

Method

Instruments

Criterion

Classify between facts and opinions from reading Angkor Wat passage and express opinions which related to the passage.

1. Checking Angkor Wat exercise

2. Checking writing task.

 

3. Noticing students’ behaviors.

1. Angkor Wat exercise

2. Writing’s Checking Form (Rubric)

3. Students’ Behaviors Evaluation Form (Checklist)

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Learning Experiences

Teacher (T)

Students (Ss)

Warm up

Good morning, my lovely students.

How are you today?

I’m very well, too. Thank you.

Today, I have an exciting video for you. After you have seen it, please tell me what is the video about?

Are you Ready?

O.K. Let’s see.

Is it very exciting?

Do you know what is it?

And where is Angkor Wat?

Very good. It is located in Cambodia where is one of ASEAN nations and neighboring country of Thailand. Can you guess what we are going to learn today?

Lead in

Yes. Today, we are going to learn about Angkor Wat. In the future, ASEAN nations will open their countries and we will communicate with them freely. So, I will teach you for using knowledge in ASEAN society.

 

 

Good morning, teacher.

I’m very well. Thank you. And you?

 

 

 

 

Yes, I am.

 

Yes, it is.

It is Angkor Wat.

It is in Cambodia.

 

 

 

 

Angkor Wat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teacher (T)

Students (Ss)

Pre-Reading

Play Game

Before we learn, I would like you to play “Angkor Wat Mind Mapping Game” I will divide you into two groups. Each group has to brainstorm and write on the topic “What do you think when we talk about Angkor Wat?” Then, you must stick your ideas on the board quickly.

Do you understand?

O.K. Let’s go.

 

Very good. I would like you to present the ideas of your groups.

Your answers have both facts and opinions.

Do you know what the fact is? Give me the examples.

 

And what is the opinion? Give me the examples, too.

 

Excellent. We will learn about fact and opinion within Angkor Wat passage. I will divide you into group of five students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, I do.

(Ss play Angkor Wat Mind Mapping Game.)

(Ss present their ideas with Angkor Wat Mind Mapping.)

 

 

Fact is the truth and we can prove it. (Ss show the examples of their groups.)

Opinion is feeling, thought, or belief but we can’t prove it. (Ss show the examples of their groups.)

 

 

 

(Ss get into their groups.)

 

Teacher (T)

Students (Ss)

I will give you Angkor Wat passage and Fact & Opinion sheet.

Survey

First, I would like you to survey about the title, the scope of the content, or the visuals. It can help you to predict what is the passage about?

What have you seen in the passage?

 

Question

Good. Next, you should ask questions related to the passage. You can ask the questions number 1 to 4 that I have prepared in your worksheet. Asking questions can help you read with a purpose.

 

 

While-Reading

Read

Now, you have to read the passage carefully. Look for answering to the questions and find main idea of this passage. You can write your answers on worksheet.

Record

While you are reading, if you see new

 

 

 

(Ss survey the passage.)

 

 

 

The title is Angkor Wat. There is a picture of Angkor Wat.

 

(Ss ask themselves the questions.)

What is the main idea of this passage?

What are the sentences show facts? How do you know?

What are the sentences show opinions? How do you know?

What are told through Angkor Wat history?

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Ss answer the questions.)

 

 

 

Teacher (T)

Students (Ss)

vocabularies, you can mark or write them on your notebooks.

Then, I have a vocabulary exercise for you. I would like you to pronounce them loudly.

Next, each group has to match the vocabularies with their meaning. Try to guess the words by using context clues.

 Have you finished?

We will answer it together. Each group reads the meaning and tells vocabulary.

After you have learned about vocabulary, you can be back to edit your answers.

Post-Reading

Recite

I would like you to conclude the passage in your own words. If you are not sure about your reading, you can reread it.

O.K. we will check your answers together.

Number 1 What is the main idea of this passage?

(Ss write new vocabularies on their notebooks.)

 

 

(Ss pronounce vocabulary loudly.)

 

 

 

(Ss do vocabulary exercise.)

Yes, I have.

 

 

(Ss read and change to answer.)

 

 

(Ss check their answers again.)

 

 

 

 

(Ss conclude the passage in your own words.)

 

 

It is Angkor Wat.

 

 

Teacher (T)

Students (Ss)

Number 2 What are the sentences show facts? How do you know?

Number 3 What are the sentences show opinions? How do you know?

 

Number 4 What are told through Angkor Wat history?

Number 5 Conclude the passage by using your own words.

Very good. You can answer the questions correctly. Give a big hand for yourself.

Review

Lastly, I would like you to express your opinions in the topic “Is Angkor Wat important in ASEAN?” I will check your writing in two issues: Accuracy and Creativity.

 

Wrap up

What have we learned today?

What do you think about Angkor Wat?

 

Can you summarize the differences between facts and opinions?

 

 

Sentence 4, 6, 7, 10, 14 and 15 because we can prove that they are truth.

Sentence 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 18 because they are opinions and they have adjective in sentences.

 

(Ss read their answer.)

 

(Ss read their answer.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Ss write their opinions on worksheet III.)

 

Angkor Wat, facts and opinions.

Angkor Wat is an important place that is suitable for studying its history.

Fact is the truth and we can prove it. For example, the sun rises in the east.

Opinion is feeling, thought, or belief but we can’t prove it. They will

 

Teacher (T)

Students (Ss)

 

 

Good job. Do you have any questions? If not, see you next time. Thank you for your attention.

contain adjective. For example, Suda is the most beautiful girl.

(Ss ask questions if needed.)

Thank you, teacher. Goodbye.

 

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