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My own milkshake

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ENGLISH HOME LANGUAGE

Grade 4

TREATS GALORE!

Module 31

MY OWN MILKSHAKE

Activity 1

To complete sentences using appropriate words [LO 6.2.4]

CLOZE PROCEDURE: MEGGIE’S TREAT

  • Fill appropriate words in the spaces provided. Hint: Consider the “context”. It helps if you read each sentence first.
  • Use your dictionary to help you spell the challenging words.

“Help, Mommy, my toes have (1.)...........……........….......... to tell you.” said Meggie.

“Please ask your (2.)........……..........….…………....... toes to speak a

(3.)...................…..……….…................. louder?” asked Mrs Rabbit.

“We (4.).................………....................... new shoes!” said Meggie in her

(5.)...…………....……................. wiggly-toes voice.

Meggie was so (6.).............................................. when her mommy agreed

to take her (7.)..................…................ . She waited 8.)..................….........

while her mommy was (9.)............……............................. .

Meggie (10.)............………....................... her mommy if she could

(11.)......................…….….......... the colour of her new shoes.

“You (12.)........…………........................ can.” replied Mrs Rabbit.

All the (13.)........................................... to Mr Dudley’s shoe store, Meggie

(14.)..........………............... at her little feet. Mr. Dudley was

(15.)..………......................... to serve such a polite, young customer.

“Please (16.)...........……................. I have a red and blue size four shoe?”

asked Meggie. “Oh dear, Meggie. You have it all

(17.)......................…............... shoes come in pairs, “ said Mr Dudley. “And

both shoes in a (18.)......………...…..................... are the same colour.”

Meggie’s face lit up when her mommy thought of an

(19.)............................... idea. She (20.).................................... the red size

four shoes and tied blue laces in the one shoe, and red laces in the

other shoe!

(Bunny’s New Shoes by S. Calmenson adapted by the author)

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0 - 4 5 - 9 10 - 14 15 - 17 18 - 20 correct correct correct correct correct

Activity 2

To explain a simple process [LO 2.1.1]

LET YOUR TASTE BUDS DO THE TALKING...

Invent a delicious new milkshake. Work with your fellow Oompa-Loompa friend, bring your ingredients to class and make your yummy creation.

Activity 3

To write out a recipe [LO 4.1.2]

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Activity 4

To write a cohesive paragraph [LO 4.4.3]

When we read about food, we usually get rather hungry! Instead of writing down your favourite ‘fudge’ recipe, make up a very special recipe, with your friend: “for making happy children”.

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Assessment

LEARNING OUTCOME 2: SPEAKINGThe speaker is able to communicate effectively in spoken language in a wide range of situations.

Assessment Standard

We know this when the learner:

2.1 communicates experiences, ideas and information in different contexts for different audiences and purposes:

2.1.1 uses language with ease for interpersonal communication in everyday conversation.

LEARNING OUTCOME 4: WRITINGThe learner is able to write different kinds of factual and imaginative texts for a wide range of purposes.

Assessment Standard

We know this when the learner:

4.1 writes different kinds of texts for different purposes and audience:

4.1.2 writes informational texts, expressing ideas clearly for different audiences (e.g. short reports, instructions);

4.4 applies knowledge of language at various levels:

4.4.3 paragraph level:

uses topic and supporting sentences to develop a coherent paragraph,

uses appropriate grammar, spelling and punctuation.

LEARNING OUTCOME 6: LANGUAGE STRUCTURE AND USEThe learner will know and be able to use the sounds, words and grammar of the language and interpret texts.

Assessment Standard

We know this when the learner:

6.2 works with sentences:

6.2.4 uses a variety of sentence types correctly and appropriately (statements, questions, commands, exclamations).

MEMORANDUM

Activity 1 - Meggie’s Treat

1. something

2. tiny

3. little

4. want / need

5. small / desperate

6. delighted, pleased

7. shopping

8. patiently

9. busy, shopping

10. begged, asked

11. choose

12. certainly

13. way

14. looked

15. pleased

16. may

17. wrong

18. pair

19. unusual

20. choose, selected

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