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LESSON PLAN

SCHOOL:
TEACHER’S NAME:
DATE: 6th November 2013
TEXTBOOK: PATHWAY TO ENGLISH
STAGE OF COURSE: Unit 3, Lesson 2 School Subjects
CLASS: Vth
NO. OF STUDENTS: 14
TIME: 50 minutes
AIMS OF LESSON:

-

Review ‘the days of the week’
Asking and talking about school timetable
Introduce the comparative and superlative of long adjectives
Asking questions to friends in order to find out their opinion on different school
subject

AIDS/MATERIALS:

-

textbook
notebook
handouts
Blackboard
A4 paper
Coloured pencils

VOCABULARY:
- school subjects: History, Geography, R.E., Technology, French, Art. Music,
Science, P.E., difficult, useful, boring, pleasant, interesting

No

1.

Stages of
lesson
Warm-up

Students’ and
teacher’s activities
- ask students about
their week-end
- YES/NO game

Reasons for activities

- to create a pleasant
atmosphere and to relax the
Ss
- to revise the taught
material

2.

Homework
checking

- checking the
exercise 3,page32

- to check their knowledge
of the taught material

3.

Lead-in

- T gives the
handouts to Ss, they
work in pairs to
solve the puzzle

- to introduce them to the
topic of the lesson;
introducing the school
subjects

- Talking about the
days of the week

ex. Which is your favourite
day? Why?

4.

Presentation
- T & Ss talk about
their school subject
and write a list with
them

-to develop and improve
Ss’ speaking skills
- to elicit information about
each day’s timetable
Ex. What subjects do you
have on Monday?
What’s your favourite
school day? Why?

Material

Time/
Interaction

Cards with the words
YES – NO on them
5’
T- Ss
Ss’ notebooks

- Handouts

5’
S–S
T-S

- Blackboard
- notebooks

15’
T – Ss

-T explains how to
use the comparative to
introduce
and superlative of
grammar items
long adjectives
-the Ss listen and
copy the rules in
their notebooks

5.

Practice

-the T asks Ss to
give their own
examples
- T gives a handout
with an English
school timetable, Ss
compare it to their
own timetable
- Ss express their
opinion on different
school subjects
using the

new

- to practise the taught
vocabulary: school
subjects: History,
Geography, R.E.,
Technology, French, Art.
Music, Science, P.E.,
- to practise speaking
about school subjects,
using long adjectives:
difficult, useful, boring,

- Blackboard
- notebooks

10’
Ss