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grammar lesson plan

grammar lesson plan

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MuniseÖZTÜRK A GRAMMAR LESSON PLANTime:
20’
Level:
Upper-intermediate
Gender:
M/F
Age:
17-21
Materials:
Handouts, Flashcards
Interaction:
 T-Ss, Ss-Ss
Assumptions:
It is assumed that the students have already coveredadjectives, adverbs and conjunctions. They also know tenses and relativeclauses.
Anticipated Problems:
1.As the Ss have just covered “adj/adv”, they may forget the meaning of some adjectives/adverbs. The T gives the meaning of those by using appropriate technique.2.The Ss may think that “annoyed” is the past participle form of the verb-to annoy. If they think so, the T reminds them past participle forms of some verbs can be alsoadjective.3.The Ss may have difficulty in making sentences while they are doingexercises/activities. The T helps them by giving en example at first.
OBJECTIVES
By the end of the lesson, the students
1.
will have covered “expressing a consequence by using the structureof so adj/adv that.”
2.
will have known where, how and when to use the structure of ‘soadj/adv that’.
3.
will have produced sentences by using this structure.
4.
will have practiced their reading, speaking and writing skills.
WARM-UPTime:
3’
 
Materials:
Handouts
Interaction:
 T-Ss
What the students do:
 They share their opinions about reading books. They talk about what type of books they like reading.
Grouping:
Whole class
Aims:
-
 To motivate the Ss to get to the topic
-
 To arouse interest and curiosity about the topic
-
 To set the stage for reading the text
STEPS
1.
 The teacher asks the Ss whether they like reading books.
2.
She asks what type of books they like reading and then whether theylike reading book that contain some facts or anecdotes from the life.
3.
According to the students’ answers, the teacher asks whether theywant to read a book whose name is Air Babylon.
4.
After getting the answer “Yes” from the Ss, the teacher gives thetexts out and asks what the book is about.
5.
 The book is about mysteries behind the airline industry. The teacherasks whether they want to learn some of these mysteries.
6.
After the Ss give the answer “Yes”, they start reading the text. Theteacher gives them one minute to read.
LEAD-IN TO CONTEXTTime:
3’
Materials:
Handouts
Interaction:
 T-Ss
 
What the students do:
 They read the text and answer the questionsasked by the teacher. (context questions)
Grouping:
Whole class
Aims:
-
 To have the Ss understand the text
-
 To contextualize the grammar rule
-
 To practice reading skills
-
 To get the sentences from the Ss on which the teacher andstudents will work new grammar items
STEPS
1.
 The teacher asks some questions about the text:
What is the first problem for airline staff?
What do people who don’t need wheelchairs do?
What does one flight attendant do and how does she feel when shesees that the passenger gets out of the chair?
What is the second problem for airline staff?
Why are birds problem for any airport?
2.
 The students answer the questions.
3.
 The teacher writes the sentences on which they will work on theboard.
4.
 These sentences are on the board:
One flight attendant gets so annoyed that she shouts ‘Ladies andgentlemen!’…
A swan or any large bird can cause an accident so easily that itdestroys totally itself and the machinery…
ELICITATIONA) MEANING

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