Students’ Learning Outcomes
· Copy and take dictation of familiar words studied in cl
Information for Teacher
· When giving dictation make sure that the word list is from what has been taught earlier.
· The words whose spelling create confusion for the students should be selected for dictation.
· While teaching the lesson, the teacher should also consult the text book where it is required.
Material / Resources
Attached worksheet, a pair of scissors, glue, old newspapers or chart, scotch tape,
Board, chalks/ markers, charts, textbook, etc.
Close the books
Touch your nose
Touch your hand
Clap your hands
· Divide the class into groups for preparation of dictation.
· Give the students a short paragraph from the textbook/ story book.
· Ask them to read and underline the words whose spelling are difficult to remember.
· Ask them to share these words with their group members and tell the reason of difficulty.
· Give time to students to learn the spellings of difficult words.
· Dictate them any 5 words from the same text.
· Then ask one member of each group to check the dictation of other members of the group and correct the spelling.
· Take dictation of 5 words learnt in class today or read from the textbook.
· Do this exercise every week to improve spelling of the students.
Sum Up / Conclusion
· Ask the students what they have learned from the lesson.
· Give dictation of the words from the exercise in the textbook.
· Dictate question and answer, then write on the board so the students check their work.
· Ask students to find out five verbs from their books with ‘s’ and ‘es’ forms and write in their copies and use them in the sentences of their own.