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1 Grade R Term 2 English Home Language Lesson Plan Weeks 1-3 There are 30 worksheets in total for 3 weeks. These are the lesson plans for week 1. Name of topics: Home Time: These are the lesson plans for week 1. Who lives at home What I do at home Time allocation according to the Grade R CAPS Who works at home Different jobs we do at home SUGGESTED CONTACT TIME PER WEEK : 10 hours SUGGESTED CONTACT TIME PER DAY : 2 hours Integrated in Daily Programme Grade R: Term 2: Week 1 Subject: English Home Language Curriculum Standards: (CAPS) English Home Language Grade R Term 2 Topic: Home Skill CAPS requirements Activities These are the 10 worksheets for week 1 Listening & Speaking CAPS pg. 37 Sequences the pictures of a story Matches things that go together (There are 30 worksheets in total for 3 weeks) Helping my dad at home Jobs we do at home

2 Emergent Reading CAPS pg. 39 Understands that print communicates meaning. Knows words, can represent own name, names of people, places and things Who lives at home How I help at home Interprets pictures to make up own story, that is, reads the pictures Phonics CAPS pg. 40 Distinguishes aurally between different sounds especially at the beginning of words Emergent writing CAPS pg. 41 Understands that writing and drawing are different and begins to copy letters and numerals from the classroom environment In own writing attempts: pretend writing using a mixture of copied letters and squiggles Categorising sounds M and T Match the beginning sounds Emergent writing; practise the letter A Emergent writing; practise the letter a Begins to write observing conventions of directionality: writes from left to right, top to bottom of page Emergent handwriting CAPS pg. 41 Copies patterns, words and letters onto paper Copy the pattern Copy the picture Resources needed Worksheets from e-classroom Assessment Informal Assessment Use the informal assessment method you are most familiar with for informal assessment. Formal Assessment Use the following scale for recording and reporting assessment in the Foundation Phase. Rating code Description of competence 7 Outstanding achievement 6 Meritorious achievement

3 5 Substantial achievement 4 Adequate achievement 3 Moderate achievement 2 Elementary achievement 1 Not achieved Listening and Speaking Activity: Helping my dad at home Learning Activities and how to teach them Ensure you have enough copies of the worksheet Helping my dad at home. Ensure the learners are familiar with the vocabulary about family members. Explain the meaning of the other vocabulary in the story to the learners. According to pg. 37 of the CAPS for Grade R English Home Language Term 2 Listening and Speaking, the learners should listen to a story and sequence the pictures of a story. In this worksheet, learners will listen to their educator read a short story about how the child helps their dad at home. The educator can ask the learners if they help their parents at home and what they do to help their mom and dad. After the learners have listened to the educator read the story, the learners must cut out the pictures and put them into the correct order of the story. The learners can colour in the pictures. Suggested answers 1. First I help my dad wash the car. 2. Next I help my dad mow the lawn. 3. Then I help my dad walk the dogs. 4. Finally I help my dad paint the house. Listening and Speaking Activity: Jobs we do at home Listening and Speaking: Ensure that you have enough copies of the worksheets: Jobs we do at home. Explain the meaning of vocabulary in the story, such as vaccums and carpets. Ensure that the learners know the vocabulary about family members. Explain about the different jobs in the home that family members do to help at home. For example the mother may cook, the father may mow the lawn, the children may wash the dishes etc. These are the chores family members do to help at home.

4 According to pg. 37 of the CAPS for Grade R English Home Language Term 2 Listening and Speaking, the learners should be able to match things that go together. In this worksheet learners will learn about the different jobs to help at home. The educator can have a class discussion about what jobs the learner s family members do at home. What kind of jobs in the home does the mother do? Does she cook, clean or fix things? What kind of jobs in the home does the father do? Does he clean, cook or fix things? What kind of jobs do the siblings do? Do they help their parents with household chores? The educator must read the short story to the learners. The learners must look at the pictures under the story. The learners should draw a line to match the family member to the job they do at home. Suggested answers: Mother cooks the food Father mows the lawn Brother walks the dogs Sister vaccums the carpets Granny- waters the plants Grandfather- feeds the dogs Child (me) washes the dishes The educator should check that the learners correctly match the pictures. The learners can colour in the pictures. Reading and Phonics: Shared Reading Emergent Reading Activity: Who lives at home Reading: Ensure you have enough copies of the worksheets: Who lives at home. According to Grade R English Term 2 Reading CAPS pg. 45, the learners should understand that print communicates meaning. The learners should know that words can represent their name, names of people, places and things.

5 In this worksheet, learners will learn vocabulary about different family members like mother, father, brother, sister, grandfather, grandmother etc. The educator can read the short story to the learners. The educator can ask the learners questions to check their comprehension: What is the mother s name? Her name is Jill. What is the father s name? His name is Tom. What is the brother s name? His name is Bill. What is the grandpa s name? His name is John. What is the grandma s name? Her name is June. What is the sister s name? Her name is Sue. The educator can explain the concept of rhyme. Rhyming words are words like Jill and Bill. The educator can ask the learners if they can identify any rhyming words in the short story. Shared Reading Activity: How I help at home Reading: Ensure you have enough copies of the worksheets: How I help at home. According to the pg. 45 of the CAPS for Grade R English Home Language Term 2 Reading, the learners should interpret the pictures to make up their own story, that is, they should read the pictures. The educator should begin by making learners aware of the different jobs that family members do at home to help each other. The educator can have a class discussion about what jobs the learner s family members do at home. What kind of jobs in the home does the mother do? Does she cook, clean or fix things? What kind of jobs in the home does the father do? Does he clean, cook or fix things? What kind of jobs do the siblings do? Do they help their parents with household chores? What do the learners do to help at home? The educator can ask the learners to look at the pictures. Explain that the learners must look at the pictures of how the little girl helps at home.

6 Next, ask the learners to look at the pictures and tell their friends about the pictures. The learners must tell their friends about what the little girl is doing in each picture. Suggested answers The educator can ask the learners questions about the pictures to check their understanding. What is the little girl doing in the first picture? She is washing the dishes. What is the little girl doing in the second picture? She is watering the plants. What is the little girl doing in the third picture? She is sweeping the floor. What is the little girl doing in the fourth picture? She is cleaning her bedroom. What is the little girl doing in the fifth picture? She is hanging up the laundry. What is the little girl doing in the sixth picture? She is helping her mom carry grocery bags. The learners can colour in the pictures. Reading and Phonics: Phonics Activity: Categorizing sounds M and T Reading and phonics: Ensure you have enough copies of the worksheet: Categorizing sounds M and T. According to the CAPS pg. 40 for Grade R Term 2 English Home Language, learners should distinguish aurally between the different sounds especially at the beginning of words. In this worksheet learners will learn to group words that share the same initial sound or letter. Learners will also develop their fine motor skills by cutting out boldly outlined pictures. The educator should point to the pictures and ask the students to say the words.the educator and the learners will say the words aloud together: mouse, table, triangle, turtle, moon and monkey. The educator can ask the students which words start with the letter m. Mouse, moon and monkey. The educator can ask the students which words start with the letter t. Table, turtle and triangle. The learners should cut out the boldly outlined pictures.the learners should paste the pictures into the correct box according to whether the word starts with an m or a t. Suggested answers

7 M T Phonics Activity: Match the beginning sounds Reading and phonics: Ensure you have enough copies of the worksheets: Match the beginning sounds. According to the CAPS pg. 40 for Grade R English Home Language Term 2, the learners should distinguish between different sounds especially at the beginning of words. The teacher should first point at the pictures and say the words with the students. The teacher should ask the students to identify which word does not fit with the beginning sound. The students should circle the odd word in the sequence where all the words begin with the same sound. The students should colour in the pictures which begin with the same sound. Suggested answers

8 A B C D E Emergent writing Activity: Emergent writing practice the letter A Writing: Make sure you have enough copies of the worksheets: Emergent writing practise the letter A. According to Grade R English Term 2 Week pg. 41, learners should understand that writing and drawing are different and begin to copy letters and numerals from the classroom environment in their own writing and attempt to use a mixture of copied letters and squiggles. Learners should trace simple outlines of pictures, patterns and own names where the correct starting point and writing direction are indicated on letters. In the worksheet, learners will first copy a pattern that is a triangular shape like the capital letter A. Next learners will practise tracing the dotted outline of the letter A where the writing direction is indicated on the letters and the starting point is indicated from left to right.

9 The educator should draw the learners attention to how the letters and the drawing (pattern) are different so that learners can begin to undertsand that writing and drawing are different. Emergent writing Activity: Emergent writing practise the letter a Writing: Make sure you have enough copies of the worksheets: Emergent writing practise the letter a. According to Grade R English Term 2 Week pg. 41, learners should understand that writing and drawing are different and begin to copy letters and numerals from the classroom environment in their own writing and attempt to use a mixture of copied letters and squiggles. Learners should trace simple outlines of pictures, patterns and own names where the correct starting point and writing direction are indicated on letters. In the worksheet, learners will first copy a pattern that is a triangular shape like the capital letter a. Next, learners will practise tracing the dotted outline of the letter a where the writing direction is indicated on the letters and the starting point is indicated from left to right. The educator should draw the learners attention to how the letters and the drawing (pattern) are different so that learners can begin to undertsand that writing and drawing are different. Emergent handwriting Activity: Pattern Fun Writing: Ensure you have enough copies of the worksheets: Pattern Fun. Ensure that the learners have sufficient writing materials. According to the CAPS pg. 41 for Grade R English Home Language Term 2, the learners should copy patterns, words and letters onto paper. The learners should trace the pattern following the direction indicated from left to right. This will help the learners to improve their fine motor co-ordination. Emergent handwriting Activity: Copy the picture Ensure you have enough copies of the worksheets: Copy the picture. Ensure that the learners have sufficient writing materials and colouring in materials.

10 According to pg. 41 of the CAPS for Grade R English Home Language Term 2 Emergent handwriting, the learners should copy patterns, words and letters onto paper. The learners should join the dotted lines, follow the numbers and trace the picture. This will help the learners to improve their fine motor co-ordination. The learners can colour in the picture.

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