MENTARI INTERCULTURAL SCHOOL BINTARO Language A for Grade 9 Academic Year 2018-2019 Second Semester Scheme of Work Made by: Ibu Kier Aira Linley P. Andal TOPICS A Monster Calls TIME FRAME 5 Periods LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES (Teaching strategies/ Students’ Activities) At the end of this week/during this week, the students should be able to: 1. analyze the novel through story elements; 2. explore complex, real-life issues presented by the novel; 3. show understanding of the characters using supporting evidence from the novel; 4. connect personal experiences with the story. Periods 1-2: A Monster Calls (Chapters 9-17) Class routine: 1. Moment of Silence 2. Word of the Day 3. Motivation 4. Attendance Hook: The class will be shown a picture of Malificent. 1. What do you know about them? Recall: Discuss the parallelism of the photo with previous lesson. 1. How did the story end? 2. Can you relate Malificent to any of the characters from the novel? How? Activity Mechanics: The class will be asked to understand the elements of A Monster Calls. Elements Characterization Setting Mood Symbol/s 1. 2. The teacher will highlight the significance of story elements of Chapters 9-14 and Chapters 15-17 of the novel through: Questions to evoke the story elements; Peer collaboration and Groupings MENTARI TRAITS Engaging Communicators - by asking and responding to questions in a clear manner and listening attentively to someone speaking Morally Upright -by expressing the importance of non-fiction and contemporary biography and reflecting on the lessons given RESOURCES Smhoop.com A monster calls workbook TEACHERS REMARKS The class discusses story elements through: -Graphic organizers (Characterization) -Venn Diagram (Setting) -Chart (Mood) Drawing (Symbol/s) Learners present the elements through guided rubric. Teacher and learners conduct constructive criticism on each presentation. Essential Questions: 1. Why is it significant to understand the story elements? 2. How can you sum-up the general idea of Chapters 9-17? 3. How can you relate the events from chapters 9-17 into your real-life situation? Periods 3-4: A Monster Calls (Chapters 18-25) Class routine: 1. Moment of Silence 2. Word of the Day 3. Motivation 4. Attendance Hook: The class will be shown a picture of Harry Potter’s Invisibility Cloak 1. What is your idea about the photo? Recall: 1. 2. Random recitation from each group. How is the invisibility cloak related to Conor’s life? Activity Mechanics: The class will discuss the key events from Chapters 18-25 through: 1. Time Capsule (Groupings) Learners present the output through guided rubric. Teacher and learners conduct constructive criticism on each presentation. The class learns letter writing and writes a letter to Conor about his situation (Individual Actiivity). Essential Questions: 1. Explain the events from the discussed chapters the use of invisibility cloak in Conor’s situation. 2. 3. Why does Conor isolate himself and yet at some point wanted to be seen by attacking Harry? Have you been in his shoes? What complex real-life issues were presented in the chapters? Discuss. Periods 5: A Monster Call (Chapters 26-32) Class routine: 1. Moment of Silence 2. Word of the Day 3. Motivation 4. Attendance Hook: The class will be shown a picture of wheel-chair heart logo (International Symbol of Acceptance). 1. What comes into your mind about the symbol? Recall: 1. 2. Random recitation from each group. What real-life experience can you compare the significance of the symbol? Activity Mechanics: The class will discuss the key events from Chapters 26-32 through hour-glass (Unacceptance vs Acceptance). Learners present the events of unacceptance and acceptance of Conor’s situation and how he deals with it. A guided rubric will be shown. Teacher and learners conduct constructive criticism on each presentation. Essential Questions: 1. What are the complex and/or profound events that occurred in Conor’s life? 2. Why are the lessons taught by the monster and the life itself to Conor? At what degree can you relate with it? 3. In what ways can you apply the evident lessons from the novel?