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Lesson Plan Week 1

Lesson Plan Week 1

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Name : Teena SandersDate : Week Commencing 5-10-2009
Class : !st year students classes Time :Class objectives :
Skills: Listening, pronunciation.
Key points :
Introduce students to Oral English classes including
why we have oral English classes (mentioning but not wholly focusing on exams)-what students expect from their teacher-elicit concerns or anxieties any students may haveGive “English” name to those students have no English name To develop vocabulary and understandingGround rules for classroomGreetings and goodbyes (formal and informal)Assessment of students understanding and pronunciation of the IPA
International phonetic alphabet chartClassroom rulesPhonetics test 1
Anticipated difficulties :
Students of mixed abilities.
By the end of the lesson, the students will have…
All students will have an “English” nameAll students will have been reassured teacher and classmates expect them to make mistakes and havefirm understanding of the saying ‘he/she who never makes mistakes, never does anything!’Students and teacher will compile and sign classroom contract for the lessonsAn assessment will be made of the general ability and level of student’s oral EnglishAn assessment will be made of students knowledge and willingness to use the phonetic alphabet
5015 mins15 mins10 minsBreak1505 mins20General introduction : to include –general facts aboutEnglandFamilyAsk what any students have been taught byforeign teachers before : where were they fromand what did students think of themForeigners and cultural differences / similaritiesi.e. what is important – family etc etcDifferences right or wrong - better of worstexplanation re gesticulationexaggerated facial expressions Question: Why we are hereWhat do they want from Oral English classes –CommunicationPronunciation / intonation / collocationsExaminationRules : ContractWorries or anxieties:if students don’t understand:if I speak to fast:if they do not agree with something I have said:if the lessons are boring: Tell me – we can change it : work something outIf students want to focus on particular topics –this can be facilitatedRegisterWith the assistance of the class monitor ensurethat all students are present.Students who have an English name to say whythey chose it or who gave it to them - do not havean English name to choose one – list to help thosewho cannot / will not choose their own. Studentsto be reassured it is OK if they want to be knownby their Chinese name - No one has the right toname them other than parents / self Student to work in pairs - Students to elicitChinese name, English name, where their partneris from, if they have any brothers or sisters, whattheir favorite past is, what do they do when theyhave graduated from university.Questions on the boardIntroductionEmpowerment –students togainunderstanding of expectationsSet groundrules forstudentfocusedteachingAttendanceEmpowerment –students tobeencouragedto “own”EnglishnameOr keepChinesenameStudents tointroducepartner /encourageparticipatioStudentsmay feelshy /unconfidentStudentsmay notunderstand but notfeelconfidentenough tosay :speakslowlyandrepeatinfo indifferentways :askstudentsquestionsto confirmunderstandingNoregistersas yet :make ownwith helpof monitorStudentsmay havelimitedknowledge reEnglishnames :Lists willhelpstudentschoosenameStudentsmay feel TTT TTT/S TT TTT-STTSTTSTT

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