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Lesson Plan : The Little Red Riding Hood

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Lesson Plan : The Little Red Riding Hood Level : Beginners ( 2nd year of study)
Subject of the lesson : "The Little Red Riding Hood"
Teaching aims : - communicative aims :
- Understanding words in context;
- Increasing awareness about the sound-letters;
- Increasing awareness about the way we learn vocabulary.
Learning aims : By the end of the lesson students will have:
- Become aware of the way we spell words;
- Internalized the vocabulary;
- Gather information and the use it in order to answer questions;
- Personalized English through acting.
Skills : speaking, reading, listening and writing.
Aids : textbooks, copybooks, blackboards, poster.

Classroom management :

The classroom : must be clean, confortable and bright; the chairs must be adapted for the activity.
Teacher's attitude : moves around the c lass, has eye contact, focuses attention to whom is speaking, encourages and makes positive remarks. Varies the tone of the voice, doesn't interrupt students rudely for correcting mistakes , speaks while writing on the blackboard and doesn't turn all her back to the students, smiles.

Evaluation :

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

Procedure :

Warm up : Teacher greets the students, asks them about their families. As they have learnt the members of a family, the teacher asks them about the names of their parents, brothers and grandparents.

Homework :

Check -up : The teacher asks the students : "what was your homework for today?" "Was it difficult? Who wants to read their it?"
Students answer and read their homework. They had to make a chart with the members of their family, pointing the numbers of each member of the family.

Breaking the ice : The teacher asks students a few "warmer" questions : "How are you today?" "Does someone know the story of "The Little Red Riding Hood"?" "What she had to do in this nice story?"

Initial practice : The teacher puts a poster with the story of "The Little Red Riding Hood" on the blackboard. Then the teacher asks them to say what they see in every eight pictures of the poster.

Secondary practice : The teacher asks the students to listen to the tape which describes the story of "The Little Red Riding Hood". Then , the students, helped by the teacher have to translate the lesson.

Written evaluation : Students are given a homework to make sentences with the new words : basket, cap, wood, wolf.
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Date Added: 21 May '08

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