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Name of the teacher trainee: Nirupama.Renjith.P Unit: Glimpses of a Green Planet
Name of the supervisor: Topic: On the Grasshopper and Cricket
Name of the school: Christ Nagar College of Education Date:
Subject: English Strength:
Standard: IX Period:
Curricular Objectives: The pupils will be able to:
a) read and appreciate the poem.
b) develop creativity and imagination.
c) identify the poetic elements.
d) develop four skills of language.
Pre-requisites: The pupils might have seen grasshoppers and crickets.
Teaching-Learning Resources: Picture of grasshopper and cricket. PowerPoint Presentation.
CLASSROOM INTERACTION PROCEDURE PUPIL RESPONSES
The teacher enters the class and asks the students
Some informal questions like:
How was your day?
How are you?
Linking with the previous knowledge
Teacher talks to the students and tries to grab the
knowledge of students about the topic. She asks
Have you seen grasshoppers?
Have you seen crickets?
Teacher shows the picture of grasshopper and
cricket and also the picture of John Keats and
checks whether the students could identify any of
Introduction about the poet
The teacher gives a brief introduction about the
Reading by the teacher
The teacher reads the poem loudly with correct
stress, rhythm, pronunciation and intonation.
The teacher asks the students to sit in groups and
discuss about the difficult words.
Clarification of difficult words
The teacher clarifies the meaning of difficult words
like hedge, weed, frost etc by showing pictures.
hedge /hɛdʒ/: a fence or boundary formed by
closely growing bushes or shrubs.
weed /wiːd/: a wild plant growing where it is
not wanted and in competition with
frost /frɒst/: a deposit of small white ice
crystals formed on the ground or other
surfaces when the temperature falls below
The teacher explains the summary, theme and
rhyming words of the poem.
The teacher asks the students to write a poem with
the title ‘Sunrise’.
The teacher makes the students listen to the audio
of the poem ‘The Daffodils’.
The teacher makes the students recite the poem
‘The Daffodils’ with the same tone as in the audio.
The teacher presents a slide
Read the poem carefully and answer the following
Through shade upon shade of aquamarine and sapphire,
Set below burnished gold,
Hand upon helpful fin, and skin to silky skin
In joyful oneness with their graceful strength,
I swam with gentle dolphins.
1. What do you think the verse is about?
2. What feature of the poetry is the phrase ‘silky skin’?
3. Which words in the poem are talking about sunlight?
The teacher presents the answers in a slide
1. Swimming in the sea with dolphins.
3. Burnished gold
Write a note about John Keats and his poems?