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2nd DRAFT / Plan12009 / TEFL2TEENS / English in Mind 1 Preint Unit14

2nd DRAFT / Plan12009 / TEFL2TEENS / English in Mind 1 Preint Unit14

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This is the 2nd draft (a revised version of the original plan I uploaded improved after reading some suggestions that my peers at college made)
The first version of this plan is: http://www.scribd.com/doc/15037269/1ST-DRAFT-Plan12009-TEFL2TEENS-English-in-Mind-1-Preint-Unit14
Hope you like the improvements! ;)
This is the 2nd draft (a revised version of the original plan I uploaded improved after reading some suggestions that my peers at college made)
The first version of this plan is: http://www.scribd.com/doc/15037269/1ST-DRAFT-Plan12009-TEFL2TEENS-English-in-Mind-1-Preint-Unit14
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Methods II – LCB TTC1
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Lesson PlanAlejandra de Antoni2009
Coursebook: English in Mind 1 (Cambridge)Number of students: 25/30Level: IntermediateEstimated Age: 14/15 years old Time available: 40 minutes Teaching point: giving and asking for advice (should)Aim: by the end of the lesson, students will be able to notice (understand) the useof should for giving and asking for advice (this will be checked when the studentsare asked to analyse the use of should in the song).Materials: the coursebook (page 112) and the song “Should I Stay or Should I Go?”by The Clash
Warm up (5 min):
Hangman:
the teacher writes a “secret” sentence on the board for thestudents to guess. Once the game is over one of the students will be askedto read out the sentence and the other students will have to perform what itsays. The sentence is: “Let’s open the book on unit fourteen.”
Reading (20 min):
Pre-reading (5 min): students are asked to do exercise A. Once they finish,the teacher asks them what tourists ‘should’ do in Argentina so as to bewelcomed by the local people. So she starts eliciting answers by askingthem ‘it is a good idea for tourists to learn some Spanish before cominghere? ‘Should they study Spanish before coming?’ (In this way, the Tintroduces should to the students and exposes them to its use).While-reading (5 min): students are asked to read the quiz and match thecustoms with the countries.Post-reading (10 min): students are asked to compare their answers with apartner to see if there are any differences. Finally, the teacher plays thedialogues (exercise C) for the students to check their answers.
Listening (15 min):
Pre-listening (5 min): the teacher plays only the first two lines and asks thestudents if they can imagine what the song is about and asks them toprovide some ideas.While-listening – Global – (5 min): students listen to the song once andcheck their predictions.While-listening – Specific – (3 min): students are given a printed copy of thelyrics but with some words missing. The students listen to the song again tocomplete it. Depending on the time left, the teacher can write the missingwords on the board for students to be able to complete it more easily (if thestudents are not given the words, they will probably need to listen to it for athird time so as to have time for deciding on the spelling on the words and
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Methods II – LCB TTC1
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Lesson PlanAlejandra de Antoni2009writing them down. To avoid this third listening, the teacher can stop aftereach gap to give students enough time to write the words).Post-listening (2 min): finally, the students are asked why they think thewriter of the song decided to use “Should.”
Should I stay or should I go?The Clash
Some words are missing.Can you write them while you listen?
Darling, you got to _____ me knowShould I stay or should I go?If you ______ that you are mineI'll be there till the _____ of timeSo you got to let me knowShould I stay or should I go?I'll always tease, tease, tease You're ______ when I'm on my kneesOne day is fine and the _____ is blackSo if you ______ me off your backWell, come on and let me knowShould I stay or should I go?[Chorus:]Should I stay or should I go now?Should I stay or should I go now?If I go there will be ________ And if I stay it will be ________ So come on and let me know The _________’s bugging meIf you don't want me ________ me freeExactly who I'm supposed to beDon't you know which ________ even fits me?Come on and let me knowShould I cool it or should I blow?Cloze Key:
Darling, you got to
let
me knowShould I stay or should I go?If you
say
that you are mineI'll be there till the
end
of timeSo you gotta let me knowShould I stay or should I go?I'll always tease, tease, tease You're
happy
when I'm on my kneesOne day is fine and the
next
is blackSo if you
want
me off your backWell, come on and let me knowShould I stay or should I go?Should I stay or should I go now?Should I stay or should I go now?If I go there will be
trouble
 And if I stay it will be
double
So come on and let me know The
indecision
’s bugging meIf you don't want me
set
me freeExactly who I'm supposed to beDon't you know which
clothes
evenfits me?Come on and let me knowShould I cool it or should I blow
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