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ADAPTING MATERIALS IN THE TEXTBOOK

MODIFYING MATERIAL & ACTIVITYADAPTING MATERIALS IN THE TEXTBOOK

Textbook: KBSM English Form 2Publisher: Hypersurf Corporation Sdn. Bhd.Authors: Kamariah Binti Mohd Salim: Kang Suat Ling: Kok Ming WaiTheme: HealthUnit 10: Food for ThoughtPage: 131Strategy: Modifying Material and ActivityEducation Emphasis: Preparation for the real world - Learn nutritional value on food labels

Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: arrange six picture puzzle to form a complete food pyramidanswer three out of five true or false questions correctly based on the video shownlist down ten out of fifteen example of food according to the category givencomplete three out of six bubble map on proper diet for diabetic patient.produce three simple sentences by using should and must to give advice on proper diet.

4Adding MaterialPage : 131

Activity 1 :1. Pupils look at food pyramid in page 131 for 10 seconds.2. Pupils close their book and arrange the picture puzzle given to them according to the food pyramid that they have seen in the textbook.

Activity 2:Look at the video on food pyramid. Listen carefully to answer the following questions. (True or False questions)

Video 1Worksheet 1

Activity 3List out types of food according to their class basedon food pyramid.

The Food Pyramid

Chicken - Milk - Bread - Apples - CakeFish -Cheese - Rice - Carrots - ChipsBeef - Yogurt - Cereal - Oranges - Cookies

DairyProteinFruits and vegetablesGrainFats and Sweets

Activity 4:Pretend that you are a doctor, complete the bubble map andwrite notes of advice to your diabetic patient on proper diet.Use the sentence patterns given. (Low Proficiency)

Procedures:Students complete the bubble map in pairs.Students work in pairs to write their notes of advice.

Pretend that you are a doctor, complete the bubble map and giveadvice to your diabetic patient based on your bubble map onproper diet. You may use the sentence patterns given to help you.(Advanced Students)

Procedures:Students complete the bubble map given in groups.Representatives from each group will present the completed bubble map to their peers and do a role play to give advice to the diabetic patient.

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