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Lesson Plan : Animals

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Lesson Plan : Animals Level: Beginners, 1 hour a week
Time: 50'
Topic: Talking Points "Animals"

Teaching Aims:
- To make pupils enjoy speaking and studying English
- To give extensive and intensive reading and speaking practice
- To encourage pupils to express their opinions
- Involve pupils in different kinds of activities related to the topic

Assumption:
- Pupil will be interested in the topic proposed for discussion
- The language in the text should not be too difficult and the exercises should be challenging

Anticipated problems:
- This lesson looks at animals. T must aware that some pupils don't like animals. So this topic should be dealt with carefully
- Working in groups will make them a bit noisy

Skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing
Classroom inte raction: T-Pupils, Pupils-Pupils, Pupils-T
Evaluation: initial, continual and final
Aids: Bb, picture card, copybooks, posters

Class management: Classroom- clean, light, desks arranged according to the activities attractive learning environment
Teacher- natural style, encourages and makes positive remarks, keeps eye contact, smiles, uses their names

Procedure:
WARM-UP AND HOMEWORK CHEK OUT

Aims:
- to lead pupils into topic atmosphere
- to prepare the pupils with the language they will need to talk about animals(whiskers, jaws, mane, etc)

Procedure: Animals cross sticks
Cross sticks is one way to get vocabulary on a topic up on the board at the beginning of a class. T starts by writing the word "Animals" on the board. Then add some others words related to animals and links with the original word as if it were a cross-word. T gives pupils five minute to work in pairs and see how many words they can link up(all the words must be on the theme of animals).
Interaction: group-work
Timing: 5'

ACTIVITY ONE: Are animals important for us?
Aim: to match the photo of an animals with a text
Procedure: Pupils read and listen to the soundbites and then match them with the picture. Then, they compare their answers and express their points of view.
Interaction: Individual
Timing: 10'

ACTIVITY TwO: Animals survey
Aim: to make pupils speak about the topics
Procedure: A magazine for animals carried out a survey in the U.S.A. in the autumn of 2005 asking children which were the most known animals in the world. T ask the pupils to read the result of the survey and decide if they are true or false. Then, T compares the pupils opinion with the statistics from the survey.
Interaction: group-work
Timing: 10'

ACTIVITY THREE: what do you know about animals?
Aim: to make up short questions, pupils speak about the topic
Procedure: T tells the pupils to ask questions about animals. T puts pupils into pairs or groups of three. In a group of three there will be two pupils asking question and the third one will answer them. T helps pupils with the language they need to express themselves. Pupils perform to the class.
Interaction: group-work
Timing: 15'

ACTIVITY FOUR: Famous animals
Aims: to write opinion and give arguments
Procedure: T asks pupils if they know any famous animals that starred in film. T shows the pupils photos of famous animals to introduce the activity. T encourages them to think about what the life of a know animal would be like(living in special places, eating good food, etc). Pupils think of famous animals and write down their names on their names on their work sheets. Pupils read about the names.
Interaction: individual
Timing: 8'

ISSUING HOMEWORK: Tasks pupils to write a composition about the role of animals in our life.
Image source : freeschoolclipart.com


Tags: lesson, plan, english, animals, practice



Category: Lesson Plans  - ( Lesson Plans Archive)

Date Added: 21 May '08


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