• CEFR,  Form 4 Lessons & Activities,  Full Blast Plus 4 Online Lessons & Activities

    [Google Forms] CEFR-aligned Form 4 Full Blast! Plus 4 Module 6: Time Out Listening Tasks

    • Textbook Unit
    • Auto-grade ready (marks released after submission)
    • Audio files embedded as videos.
    • Ready to be assigned as Google Classroom assignment.

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    * By making a copy, you agree that you will not remove the “prepared by” credit

  • Form 4 Lessons & Activities,  Full Blast Plus 4 Online Lessons & Activities,  Learning Resources,  Teaching Resources

    [Form 4] Module 3: Buy It! Online Lessons & Activities Part 1 (Intro. & Reading)

    Hello everyone! No matter what time of day it is, I hope you’re doing fine! Since the MCO is further extended (and experts predict that this partial lockdown might continue), I’ve decided to introduce a more interactive online lesson for both form 4 as well. I will start covering Module 3 of the prescribed textbook (Full Blast Plus 4) as I assume everyone is done with the first and second modules (do let me know otherwise).

    Today, we’ll cover the introduction (p.37), the reading text (p.38) and the questions on (p.39). This blog entry goes through each slide and interactive activities.

    Click the link below to download the slides in slideshow format:

    FBP4 Module 3: Buy It! Online Lessons & Activities Part 1 (Intro. & Reading) (2926 downloads )

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    For embedded lesson version, continue scrolling and have fun!

    Activity 1: Opinion Polls

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    Activity 2: Vocabulary Match
    Match each phrase to its correct definition.

    Activity 3: Opinion Polls

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    Activity 4: Reading

    Activity 5.1: MCQ

    Activity 5.2: Vocabulary Match

    Activity 6: Opinion Polls

    [poll id=”6″][poll id=”7″]

    Activity 7: Homework

    Module 3: Buy It! Online Lessons & Activities Part 2
    (Grammar & Vocabulary Lesson 1)

  • Education World,  Teaching Resources

    [For Teachers] Daily Lesson Plan Template for Secondary School English Teachers

    Assalamualaikum and good day, it’s been a while since I last posted anything. Life’s been super busy as usual. I’m back to share my version of the Daily Lesson Plan Template for Secondary School English Teachers (SMK). I made both the KSSM and KBSM versions. Feel free to use them if you think they are suitable for you.

    Many states have opted to forgo the traditional book and switch to a more portable medium, mine included. The lesson plan I made is largely based on the three-part-lesson planner. Originally, a three-part lesson is an “inquiry-based learning method used to teach mathematics” overseas. Under Dr. Amin’s guidance (IPGKKB), I started to draft a new lesson plan template that would better reflect PdPcA21 activities for my school. However, to create a one-size-fits-all template is almost impossible because we have not yet fully transitioned to KSSM. So, I decided to come up with different versions instead.

    Pssst… When you open the file, do read the little notes on the right for extra info 😛

    Special Features:
    Drop-down lists for standards, specifications, etc, notes, editable basic Data (time, class name, ..) and a one-click Export to PDF function!
    Requirement: Excel 2010 and newer on Windows -or- Excel for Mac 2011 and newer

    1. Before opening this file, make sure you have the DEVELOPER TAB on the ribbon (how to).
    2. Click Enable Editing or Enable Content when you open the file.
    3. Go to Developer tab and click Macro Security. Choose “Enable all macros”, save the settings and close the dialogue box.
    4. Close the file and reopen it. You can start editing away, yay! Choose the sheet you want to edit.
    5. The default filename for the export to pdf function is “WorksheetName_DayMonthYear_HourMinute.pdf”

    Editable Interactive Daily Lesson Plan Template for Secondary School English Teachers (10641 downloads )

    V1.1 – Uploaded 30 December 2017
    V1.2 – Uploaded 02 January 2018, edited the Data sheet and rearranged a few columns.

    Sidenote: I created this document on a Mac but this template is best used on a Windows machine. On a Mac, you won’t be able to use the “Export to PDF  & Save” option. Regardless, you can still Save as Pdf  normally from the Print Dialogue (command+P).

    Requirement: Pdf viewer (e.g Adobe Acrobat, Foxit Reader, etc)

    For those who wish to stick to the traditional ways, you may want to just download and print as many physical copies of the template as you like.



    V1.1 – Uploaded 30 December 2017
    V1.2 – Edited a typo. Thanks for pointing it out!

    That’s all from me for now. Inshaa Allah I will upload the 2018 version of my printable English student planner tomorrow along with some other things. See you soon!

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