Here are some quizzes provided to all of you in order to test your understanding about poems. You have two ways to answer the quizzes:
1) First, you can choose from the lists here and click at the link for each quizzes:
QUIZ 1 – cloze1
QUIZ 2 – multiplechoice2
QUIZ 3 – jcloze3
QUIZ 4 – jmatch4
QUIZ 1 – jcloze5
QUIZ 2 – jquiztruenfalse6
QUIZ 3 – jquiztruenfalse7
QUIZ 1 – jquiztruenfalse10
QUIZ 2 – jcloze10
QUIZ 3 – jmatch11
2) Second, you can click at the link below and you will be linked to the http://www.maele.net. There have a set of same quizzes that you can answer.
Well done guys…. I hope that you past with flying colours. If you are not statisfied with your marks, you can try it again. Don’t give up.
A lesson plan is a teacher’s detailed description of the course of instruction for an individual lesson. A well developed lesson plan reflects interests and needs of students. It incorporates best practices for the educational field. The lesson plan correlates with the teacher’s philosophy of education, which is what the teacher feels is the purpose of educating the students.
Secondary English program lesson plans, for example, usually center around four topics. They are literary theme, elements of language and composition, literary history, and literary genre. A broad, thematic lesson plan is preferable, because it allows a teacher to create various research, writing, speaking, and reading assignments. It helps an instructor teach different literature genres and incorporate videotapes, films, and television programs. Also, it facilitates teaching literature and English together. School requirements and a teacher’s personal tastes, in that order; determine the exact requirements for a lesson plan.
Below is a sample of lesson plan for teachers in order to help you to plan your lessons systematically.
|LESSON TOPIC||Poem’s World|
|TARGET LEARNER||Form 4|
|DURATION||One hour and 30 minutes|
|LITERARY SKILLS||Identifying literary elements|
|LITERARY TEXT||Sonnet 18|
OBJECTIVES OF LESSON:
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
1) Have clear understanding about what is poetry
2) Understand the synopsis (content) of Sonnet 18 poem
3) Identify and understand the literary elements (theme, setting, moral values, tone and mood, point of view,
language and style)
4) Identify and understand the differences between ‘metaphor’ and ‘simile’ in the poem
5) Reciting poems with expression and feeling.
|1||Teacher chooses one students to read the Sonnet 18’s poem loud in front of the class||5 minutes|
|2||Teacher explains the definition of what is poetry based on the Tutorial Notes.||5 minutes|
|3||Teacher give clear explanations about the synopsis of Sonnet 18’s poem||10 minutes|
|4||Teacher explains about literary elements (theme, setting, moral values, tone and mood, point of view, language and style) in poem using Lesson Notes.||20 minutes|
|5||Students are asked to complete the Sonnet 18 exercise. Students are asked to answer the fill in gaps question first to get clear understanding about the synopsis of Sonnet 18.||15 minutes|
|6||Students are asked to complete the second question on multiple choice questions to test their understanding about literary elements (focus on metaphor).||10 minutes|
|7||Students are asked to form their groups to discuss about the answers of each exercises guided by the teacher.||10 minutes|
|8||Students are asked to use the useful links in the website to explore about the author of the poem, William Shakespeare and also extra information about literary elements in the poem.||10 minutes|
|9||For closure, students are asked to click at the useful links, and watch the Sonnet 18’s video that provided by YouTube.Lastly, students are also asked to e-mail their teacher if they have problem regarding the Sonnet 18’s poem.||5 minutes|
1) Poem’s World Website
3) LCD Projector
1) QUIZ FOR LESSON 1
– Fill in the gaps (JCLOZE)
– To test student’s understanding about the synopsis
– 10 questions
2) QUIZ FOR LESSON 2
– Multiple choice questions (JQUIZ)
– To test student’s understanding about metaphor
– 3 questions