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Lesson Plan : Struggle for Survival

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Lesson Plan : Struggle for Survival Level: Intermediate
Topic: Struggle for survival
Time: 50'
Textbook: Snapshot Intermediate

Lesson aims:
- to consolidate Ss vocabulary
- to develop Ss' capacity of speaking.

Assumption:
- the Ss are familiar with some details about endangered animals;
- the Ss are familiar with some vocabulary items used in the texts.

Skills: listening, speaking, writing, reading.

Interaction:
- teacher - students T - Ss
- students - students Ss - Ss
- students - teacher Ss - T

Aids: blackboard, sheets of paper, cassette.
Previous lesson: Heat and Dust

Evaluation:
- initial: through warm- up and homework check-up;
- continue: trough activities, observation, error correction;
- final: through oral and written feed-back and homework.

Classroom manageme nt:
- a comfortable bright room;
- the class is divided into three groups, each group having a representative student.

Attitude:
- the teacher encourages students moving around the classroom;
- the teacher tries to make Ss act and speak in natural style.

Procedure:
No. - Lesson Stage - Time - Teacher's activity - Students' activity - Interaction/Skills

Activity 1:
Warm-up
Time: 7'
T asks Ss to give some information about animals they know are in danger;
T checks/teaches turtle using pictures;
T checks Ss understand… their survival is now being threatened by asking: Will there be turtles for ever? What do you think can be a problem for turtles?
Ss introduce some additional information about endangered animals;
In groups, Ss discuss the questions.
Individual - Reading - Speaking

Activity 2:
Skimreading
Time: 10'
T asks Ss to skimread the text in the book and find words or phrases which are synonymous with those in exercise number 1.
T does the first expression with the whole class as an example.
T goes through the answers with the whole class, explaining as necessary.
T asks Ss to complete a factfile about sea turtles showing them the example in the SB
In groups, Ss skimread the text and find the words or phrases (crawls, emerge, struggle, alarmingly, site, dumped, remote, treading, confused, crushed, a delicacy, predators, toxic waste);
In pairs, Ss read the text and complete the factfile
Group-work - Pair-work - Reading - Speaking - Writing

Activity 3:
Scanning
Time: 5'
T asks Ss to read the text again and answer some questions and goes through the answers with the whole class.
Ss read the text again and answer the questions
Individual - Reading - Speaking

Activity 4:
Listening
Time: 13'
T plays a tape and asks Ss to listen to the tape (a girl talking about an environmental project);
T asks each group of the Ss to answer at three questions;
T teaches lay (eggs), hatch and bucket;
T plays the tape again for Ss to confirm/complete their answers;
T goes through the answers with the whole class.
Ss read the questions in the SB;
Ss listen carefully;
Ss note their answer and check in groups
Group-work - Listening - Writing

Activity 5:
Follow-up
Time: 10'
T asks Ss to use the answers about the environmental project to write a dairy for a day on the sea turtle project
Ss write a diary using the information they got from the tape
Group-work - Writing

Activity 6:
Issuing homework
Time: 5'
T asks Ss to write (as homework) a similar project for one of the creatures they discussed; first they have to choose an endangered animal, then discuss different practical ways in which they could protect the animals
Ss takes notes about homework and ask questions if necessary.
Class-work - Speaking - Writing
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Tags: lesson, plan, survival, vocabulary, speaking



Category: Lesson Plans  - ( Lesson Plans Archive)

Date Added: 22 May '08


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