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Lesson Plan : A Better Communication

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Lesson Plan : A Better Communication English Teaching : Lesson Planning

Teaching aim :

- to create a comfortable atmosphere where students are not afraid to speak and enjoy communicating
- to present and give practice in Genitive apostrophe s ('s) developing speaking ability

Learning aim : - to improve their knowledge so that they can use the new structure to talk about themselves

Personal aim : to talk less myself and involve the students more

Grammar : Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her, its
Genitive apostrophe s ('s)

Time available : 50'

Aids : pictures, worksheets, blackboard, tape, physical environment

Assumptions : There may be difficulties of pronunciation or meaning.
The verb to be third person singular can be confuse d with genitive 's.

Previous lesson : This is my…

Procedure :
Stages/Timing - Activities - Aims/Skills practised

Warm-up 4' - The teacher greets the students, talks with them and gets them ready for the class - Check the students' previous knowledge

Checking homework 5' - The students had to prepare some exercises using possessive adjectives(singular) - Reading ability

Personalisation 4' - Ask somebody: What's your name? and then: What's your mother's name? What's your father's name? The students answer automatically not thinking about the grammar.

Presentation of the new grammar context 5' - The teacher writes the following on the board: My father's/My mother's name is… Draw attention to the 's. Point out the difference between the verb to be third person singular e.g. My brother's in his room. and My brother's book is in my bag. (genitive 's) - Check Ss understand it is a possessive. Explain this in L1 if necessary.

Initial practice 10' - Students use genitive 's to make up short dialogues talking about themselves. Finally the Ss have to complete a grid for the students with the relevant names. The teacher uses the following headings in the grid: mother, father, brother, sister, friend. The teacher asks Ss to report on one of their Ss. e.g. This is about Maria. Her father's name is… - Free practice activity in pairs T- S/Ss S/S interaction Speaking ability

Cheer- up 5' - Let's sing a song! - Individual work

Secondary practice 10' - 1. Rewrite the sentences with the genitive apostrophe .('s) 2. Put the words into the right order to make up correct sentences. - Writing

Cheer-up 4' - The teacher suggests the Ss to play "Simon says…" - Conversation practice

Homework 3' - Which words have a genitive apostrophe 's ?
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Tags: communication, education, practice, grammar



Category: Lesson Plans  - ( Lesson Plans Archive)

Date Added: 12 January '09


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