Lecture 3: Rhyming Words – Language Focus Set induction/motivation: Teacher will ask students to recall rhyming words from the previous Grade. (2 minutes) Lesson objectives: Material/support required: recognize that as letters of words change so do the sound. AJK English 2 Hybrid textbook Identify words that end with the same sound, e.g /ng/ Display of flashcards of the alphabet, Smart board/whiteboard/blackboard, marker, chalk, duster. Motivational link: (2 minutes) “Have you not considered how Allah presents an example, [making] a good word like a good tree, whose root is firmly fixed and its branches [high] in the sky?” Surah Ibraheem verse 24 Assessment/motivation: (2 minutes) Vocabulary/Keywords: Will be taken from the text Teacher will write few verses of a nursery rhyme on the blackboard. For example: twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder what you are. Teacher will underline the words ‘star’ and ‘are’ and ask students what these two words have in common. If students cannot answer, teacher will tell that both these words are different and they spell different but they have the same ending sounds. Skill(s): Listening and speaking Methodology/pedagogy: (20 minutes) Teacher will write three words on board which have same starting letters e.g “ca” and will make words by adding different ending letters e.g cap, cat, car Teacher will write three words on board which have same starting and ending letters e.g “p__n” and will make words by adding different middle letters e.g pan, pen, pin Teacher will write three words on board which have same ending letters e.g “at” and will make words by adding different starting letters e.g cat,bat,rat At this point teacher will explain the concept of rhyming words: the words which have same ending sound. Teacher will further elaborate the concept by giving example of “king, ring and spring” Teacher will tell students to open their books to page 22. Teacher will tell students that they will be studying rhyming words. Teacher will refer to the ‘Things to know’ box: Rhyming words sound alike. They are made by changing the beginning sound of a word. Teacher will tell students that rhyming words have different letters but the same ending sounds. Examples are: glad, bad, mad, sad… all these words have different first letters, but the same last letters and the same ending sounds. Activity: Give each student a picture and have them find their rhyming partner (i.e., one student has a picture of a bear, and another student has a picture of a chair). After students have found their partners, mix up the pictures or grab new ones, give each child a different picture, and play again! Creative/critical thinking: (2+6 minutes) Teacher will tell students that they have to do Q#4. Teacher will tell students that they have to name the objects in blank, making sure these objects have the same ending sound as the object next to it. Homework/links: minutes) Write five pairs of rhyming words in your notebook. Feedback: (2 Closure of lesson: (2 minutes) Teacher will revise the taught concept.