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Name of institution: University of El Salvador

Lesson # 1

Teacher:

Time: 50 minutes

Subject: English for children

Date:

Unit: What do you do to protect the environment?

Topic: The Environment

General Objective: To talk about taking care of the environment.

Practice

Presentation

Key Contents

Instructional
Objective (s)

Production

After this class students will be able to:


1) convey ideas using the simple present and
2) ask questions in simple present through conversations.
Language
Functions
Structures

To describe habitual actions

Key
Vocabulary

Names: water, air, sun, soil, forest, animals,


pollution, deforestation

Warm up

Verbs: recycle, hunt, waste, save, plant


Play a son and ask the students to
sing it.

Affirmative sentences
[VERB] + s/es in third person
Negative statements
do/ does + not + verb in simple form
Interrogative questions
Do/ does + pronoun/name + verb in simple form

Ask students if they know the


Presentation vocabulary in the pictures.
Ask students to repeat the vocabulary
and expression.
Activity 1
Ask students to complete the
sentences with the expressions and
words studied.

Time/ Skill
3 minutes
Listening
7 minutes
Listening &
Spiking
5 minutes
Speaking

Use pictures, gestures and movements


and make students guest the meaning
of them.
10 minutes
Activity 2
In pair, students will choose an
Speaking
element and they ask, say what or
what no to do to protect the element.
In group, each group will choose a name of an
element water, air, forest, wildlife or ozone layer.
They will have a conversation to discuss what to do
or not to do to keep the element they have chosen.

They will say to the whole class their element and


how to protect the element the group chose.
Wrap up

Ask students what they have learn with examples to


see if the coals have been accomplished.

Homework
Assessment Teacher will see students progress individually and group
through the use of the vocabulary and expressions use.
Evaluation
Materials
charts, markers, eraser, papers, guitar, puppets
Bibliography
Internet