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Lesson Plan : Reported Speech

 Q:
 what is reported speech? - by jinky syene hortilano
       
Lesson Plan : Reported Speech LEVEL: Intermediate
TEXTBOOK: GENERATION 2000
TOPIC: REPORTED SPEECH
TIME: 50 minutes
GENERAL COMPETENCES:
- to show interest in gaining new information about English grammar
- to understand essential information from a text
SPECIFIC COMPETENCES:
- to acquire a new grammar knowledge about Reported Speech
LEARNING AIMS:
- to encourage students to use the Reported Speech
SKILLS:
- speaking
- reading
- listening
- writing
INTERACTION:
- teacher - student
- student - teacher
- student - student
AIDS:
- textbook
- hand - outs
EVALUATION:
- 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 greet s the students and asks them different questions such as: "How are you today?", "What day is today?" then she checks the homework
SKILLS: listening and speaking
TIME: 4 min

LEAD IN:

AIM: to get the students ready for the lesson
PROCEDURE: the teacher announces the topic of the lesson and motivates her choice: the importance of knowing how to report what somebody else said
SKILLS: listening
TIME: 1 min

INITIAL PRACTICE:

AIM: the students role play a conversation
CLASS MANAGEMENT: pair work
TEACHING AID: hand-outs
PROCEDURE: the teacher asks the students to role play a conversation
SKILLS: reading, listening
TIME: 2 min

SECONDARY PRACTICE:

ACTIVITY ONE:
AIM: the students try to report what the two girl said
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AID: blackboard, hand-outs
PROCEDURE: the teacher asks the students to try to report what the two girl said and write the answers on the blackboard
SKILLS: reading, writing, speaking
TIME: 5 min

ACTIVITY TWO:
AIM: the students must analyse their answers
CLASS MANAGEMENT: individual work
TEACHING AID: blackboard
PROCEDURE: the teacher asks the students some questions concerning the sentences they wrote. They must observe how the persons change and then the teacher explains that also the tenses change in English.
SKILLS: listening, speaking
TIME : 5 min

ACTIVITY THREE:
AIM: the students find out the rules of Reported Speech
CLASS MANAGEMENT: individual work
TEACHING AIDS: hand - outs, blackboard
PROCEDURE: The teacher explains the changes that occur at the Reported Speech. She First explains the imperative sentences and then the affirmative and negative sentences giving examples.
SKILLS: reading, writing, speaking
TIME : 15 min

ACTIVITY FOUR:
AIM: the students read a diary page and underline the reported speech
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AIDS: textbook
PROCEDURE: The teacher asks the students to read a diary page and identified the people who are mentioned in the text. Then she asks them to underline the sentences in the Reported Speech and then say what the five people actually said, giving each student a role to play.
SKILLS: reading, writing, speaking
TIME : 5 min

ACTIVITY FIVE:
AIM: the students solve some reported speech exercises
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AIDS: hand - outs
PROCEDURE: The teacher asks the students to solve some exercises with reported speech using all the knowledge they acquired previously
SKILLS: reading, writing, speaking, listening.
TIME : 5 min

ACTIVITY SIX:
AIM: the students play the game of noughts and crosses
CLASS MANAGEMENT: class work
TEACHING AIDS: hand - outs, blackboard
PROCEDURE: The teacher divides the class in two groups and gives each student a sentence to change it into reported speech. They answer in turns who answer correctly is allowed to put a cross or a nought. The group that puts 3 crosses or noughts in a row wins.
SKILLS: reading, writing, speaking, listening.
TIME : 5 min

EVALUATION:

- the teacher evaluates students' answers and draws conclusions
- the students listen to the teacher and ask questions if any
TIME: 1 min
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Date Added: 21 May '08


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