(Language Arts)
Theme : World of Knowledge
Topic : Things around us
Focus : Language Arts

Introduction          : This lesson focuses on language appreciation focusing on enjoyment
                      and creativity.  The main focus of this lesson will be on getting
                      pupils to respond to the jazz chant using non-verbal gestures.

Content Standard  : 4.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be
                                     able to enjoy and appreciate rhymes, poems, and songs
                                     through performances.

Learning Standards         : 4.1.1 Able to enjoy nursery rhymes, jazz chant and
                                                  action songs through non-verbal response.
                                         4.1.2 Able to recite nursery rhymes, jazz chant and
                                                  sing action songs with correct pronunciation and

Objectives  : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to recite the chant with
  correct tapping and rhythm.

Times                             : 60 minutes

Teaching Aids        : Jazz Chant written on brown paper

Added values                   : Co-operation & obedient

Educational Emphasis       : Kinesthetic, musical & interpersonal

Teaching- learning procedures
Remarks/ Pedagogical Purposes
Set Induction: (5 Mins)

1. Teacher shows a blue ball to pupils.

2. Teacher conducts simple Q & A.

3. Teacher associates the
simple questions with
today’s lesson.

Teaching aids:
A blue ball

  1. Boys and girls, what is this?
  2. What is the colour of the ball?
  3. Do you like to play with the ball?

To activate previous knowledge
Activities: (45 mins)

1. Teacher pastes a jazz     chant written on brown paper on the  blackboard.

2. Teacher chants the jazz chant and pupils listen.

3. Teacher chants together with pupils.

4. Teacher recites the chant with simple gesture (tapping table) and pupils follow.

5. Pupils chants and do the gesture without guidance.

6. Teacher divides the pupils
 into groups.

7. Pupils recite the chant in
 groups with the focus on the  initial phoneme /b/.

Teaching aids:

Jazz chant written on brown paper.

To enhance pupils listening skill

To enhance pupils reading skill

MI : Kinesthetic, musical
        & interpersonal

Moral value : co-operation &

Band 2
Assessment: Pupils are able to recite the chant by articulating the initial phoneme /b/ in words correctly.
Closure: (10 mins)

1. Teacher gets pupils to
   recite the jazz chant by
   accelerating the rhythm
   three times.

Jazz Chant
Benny has a ball.
Benny’s ball is blue.

Bobby has a ball.
Bobby’s ball is brown.

Benny’s ball is big.
Bobby’s ball is beautiful.

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