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Lesson Plan : Hippos are big

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Lesson Plan : Hippos are big Level : Intermediate (3rd year of study)
Subject of the lesson : "Hippos are big"
Teaching aims : communicative aims :
- understanding words in context;
- increasing awareness about the sound-letters;
- increasing cultural awareness about similarities and differences in fauna.
Learning aims : By the end of the lesson students will have :
- become aware of the way we learn new vocabulary;
- internalized the new vocabulary;
- gather information and then use it in order to answer the questions;
- personalized English through acting.
Assumption : Students are already familiar with the vocabulary related to animals.
Skills : speaking, reading, listening and writing.
Aids : textbooks, copybooks, blackboards.

Classroom management :

The classroom : must be clean, comforta ble and bright; the chairs must be adapted for the activity.
Teacher's attitude : moves around the class, keeps eye contact, focuses attention to whom is speaking, encourages and makes positive remarks, varies the loudness and tone of her voice when the function of what she is saying changes, doesn't interrupt a student while speaking to correct mistakes, speaks while writing on the blackboard and doesn't turn all her back to the students.

Evaluation :

- initial : through "warm-up" activity, through "regrouping activity";
- continue : through analysis of answers, activities, observation, stimulation, error correction;
- Final : through oral feedback, written homework.

Procedure :

Warm -up :
Intelligence addressed : spatial, linguistic, interpersonal, intrapersonal.
Aim : to help the students release stress and focus on English.
The teacher greets the students and asks them to say which are the essential parts of the human body.

Homework :
Check-up: The teacher asks the students : "What was your homework for today?" "Was it difficult?" " Who wants to read it?"
Students answer and read their homework. They had to translate the song "Molly has a red dress".
Break the ice : The teacher asks the students a few " warmer" questions . e.g. : "What animals do you know?" "What is your favorite animal?" "Do you have one animal at home?" Students answer the teacher's questions .
Initial practice : The teacher asks the students to look at the pictures of the page 7, and pointing the characteristics of each animal to guess about what animal it is talking about. Then they are asked to write in the notebooks the new words they have learned.
Secondary practice : The teacher asks students to make a chart with two columns, where they have to write the big animals they know to one side and the little animals to other side.
Oral evaluations : Students read and check their answers.
Image source : freeschoolclipart.com


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Date Added: 21 May '08


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