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w. e. l. m. o. c. e. Introduction. Joynob Islam Assistant teacher. Chompot Para Government Primary School. Alikadam , Bandarban . Today’s Lesson. Class: Five. Subject: English. Lesson: The Hare and the Tortoise. Lesson unit: Once------of sight. Learning outcome.

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Introduction

Joynob Islam

Assistant teacher.

Chompot Para Government Primary School.

Alikadam, Bandarban.


Today’s Lesson

Class: Five.

Subject: English.

Lesson: The Hare and the Tortoise.

Lesson unit: Once------of sight.


Learning outcome

Students will be able to------

1.Take dictation of short and simple paragraphs.

2.Read aloud text with proper pronunciation and stress.

3. Recognize punctuation marks and read accordingly.




Declaration of the Title

“The Hare and the Tortoise”



The tortoise must be far behind,” he said to himself, “I am already half-way through.




The hare slept longer than he thought he would. he passed by the sleeping hare.


When he woke up at last, he looked around and saw in surprise that the tortoise was near the finishing line.


He ran as fast as he could . But it was too late . The tortoise had reached the finishing line before he could do so .


The tortoise looked back at the hare and said smilingly, tortoise had reached the finishing line before he could do so .

“See how the slow but steady wins the race!”


Students loud reading help by teacher tortoise had reached the finishing line before he could do so .

Open your book page no-66 and read loudly.


Practice tortoise had reached the finishing line before he could do so .


New words and meaning tortoise had reached the finishing line before he could do so .

A feeling caused by something happening suddenly.

Surprise

Firmly fixed.

Steady



Read the following statements . Make questions for them. column B.

Why_______________________________?

Who_______________________________?

How ______________________________?

did the tortoise feel

The tortoise felt angry.

was near the finishing line

The tortoise was near the finishing line.

was the tortoise moving

The tortoise was moving slowly.


Group work column B.

Group-1

Write the name of ten animals which are seen usually in the forest.

Rearrange the given sentences in correct order to make a story.

Group-2

But it was too late. The hare slept longer than he thought he would. The tortoise had reached the finishing line before he could do so. He run as fast as he could. When he woke up at last, he looked around and saw in surprise that the tortoise was near the finishing line.



Write down the correct answer column B.

a. In a few minutes the hare was____.

Out of sight ii) out of the race

Out of field iv) coming back

b. What walked steadily on and on?

The hare ii) The tortoise

The deer iv) The fox

c. Where did the hare fall asleep ?

In the forest ii) on the grass

Beside the tree iv) beside the road

d. What did the tortoise pass by ?

A beautiful garden ii) a forest

The sleeping hare iv) the sleeping fox

What was the finishing line?

The hare ii) the tortoise

The deer iv) the sleeping fox


Y column B.

E

B


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