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Lesson Plan : He Loves Jelly!

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Lesson Plan : He Loves Jelly! LEVEL: BEGINNER
TEXTBOOK: SET SAIL 3
TOPIC: HE LOVES JELLY!
TIME: 50 minutes

GENERAL COMPETENCES :
- to show interest in gaining new information about likes and dislikes
- to understand essential information from a text

SPECIFIC COMPETENCES:
- to read and speak about food, likes and dislikes
- to acquire a new vocabulary and learn the verb "to like" - present simple affirmative, negative and interrogative

LEARNING AIMS:
- to provide vocabulary and information about food
- to encourage students to read and speak using the present tense of the verb "to like"
SKILLS:
- speaking
- reading
- listening
- writing

INTERACTION:
- teacher - student
- student - teacher
- student - student

AIDS:
- textbook
- hand - outs
- cassette
- drawings
- poster

EVALUATI ON:
- continuous - through observation and analysis of answers

PROCEDURE:
- stages
- timing
- class management
- teaching aids
- procedure
- skills

WARM UP:

AIM: to get students' attention
PROCEDURE: the teacher greets the students and asks them different questions such as: "How are you today?", "What day is today?"
SKILLS: listening and speaking
TIME: 1 min

LEAD IN:

AIM: to get the students ready for the lesson
PROCEDURE: the teacher checks the homework and then the teacher announces the topic of the lesson
SKILLS: listening
TIME: 4 min

INITIAL PRACTICE:

AIM: the students name the food
CLASS MANAGEMENT: individual work
TEACHING AID: pictures
PROCEDURE: the teacher shows the students some food pictures and asks them to name the things they see
SKILLS: speaking
TIME: 2 min

SECONDARY PRACTICE:

ACTIVITY ONE :
AIM: the students should understand sentences with different kinds of food
CLASS MANAGEMENT: individual
TEACHING AID: textbook, blackboard
PROCEDURE: the teacher plays the tape, the students listen. It's a song about different kinds of food, after listening they have to read, translate and finally sing the song (exercise 1 page 70).
SKILLS: speaking, listening
TIME: 3 min

ACTIVITY TWO:
AIM: the students must ask and answer about their favourite food
CLASS MANAGEMENT: pair work
TEACHING AID: textbook, blackboard
PROCEDURE: the teacher asks the students to role-play a short dialogue in pairs. One of them asks "What's your favourite food?", the other answers and asks "What about you?" (exercise 2 page 70)
SKILLS: listening, speaking
TIME : 2 min

ACTIVITY THREE:
AIM: the students use the verb "to like" in sentences
CLASS MANAGEMENT: individual work
TEACHING AIDS: blackboard
PROCEDURE: the teacher writes "I like" on the blackboard and asks each student what they like - food, animals, toys, etc - and draws a word web. Then she writes "I like" again and writes some activities they like
SKILLS: reading, writing, speaking
TIME : 5 min

ACTIVITY FOUR:
AIM: the students use I like in sentences of their own
CLASS MANAGEMENT: individual work
TEACHING AIDS: hand-outs
PROCEDURE: The teacher gives the student some hand-outs and they have to choose a word from a list and write what they like
SKILLS: speaking, writing
TIME : 3 min

ACTIVITY FIVE:
AIM: the students speak about what they don't like
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AIDS: text book, blackboard
PROCEDURE: the teacher writes "I don't like" on the blackboard and asks each student what they don't like - food, animals, toys, etc - and draws a word web. Then she writes "I don't like" again and writes some activities they don't like
SKILLS: reading, speaking, listening.
TIME : 5 min

ACTIVITY SIX:
AIM: the students give short answers with "Yes, I do", "No, I don't"
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AIDS: pictures, blackboard
PROCEDURE: The teacher shows some photos and asks them if they like them or not. The students have to answer using "Yes, I do", "No, I don't". The teacher writes a model on the blackboard
SKILLS: speaking, listening.
TIME : 5 min

ACTIVITY SEVEN:
AIM: the students make up sentences with "like" and "don't like"
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AIDS: hand-outs
PROCEDURE: The teacher gives the student some hand-outs and they have to write sentences according to the model using LIKE for (smile) and DON'T LIKE for (sad face)
SKILLS: reading, speaking, listening.
TIME : 5 min

ACTIVITY EIGHT:
AIM: the students make up their own sentences using "like" and "don't like"
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AIDS: pictures
PROCEDURE: The teacher shows the student some pictures and they have to say what they like and what they don't like
SKILLS: speaking, listening.
TIME : 3 min

ACTIVITY NINE:
AIM: the students role play the lesson
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AIDS: cassette, textbook
PROCEDURE: The teacher asks the students to listen to the dialogues on the tape and then to role play the dialogues and translate them while the teacher writes the unknown words on the blackboard.
SKILLS: speaking, listening.
TIME : 7 min

EVALUATION:
- the teacher evaluates students' answers and draws conclusions
- the students listen to the teacher and ask questions if any
- TIME: 3 min

HOMEWORK:
- the students must solve an exercise from the exercise book filling in with like or don't like
- TIME: 2 min
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Date Added: 03 June '09


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