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Lesson Plan

th

Form:5 Form
Topic: The Two Cousins

Type of the lesson :

Round up

Teacher : Viorica Gaidar


Competences:
Spoken Interaction
Listening
Reading
Written Interaction
Subcompetences :
-Participating in a dialogue on a familiar topic to exchange simple information
-Identify the global meaning of a message
-Extracting the main ideas from an unknown text
-Associating the information from the text with a picture
-Editing short questions based on the text
- Identifying the main new words and ideas from the text
Methods:
- Individual Work
-Brainstorming
-I know/ I Want to Know/ What Ive learned
-Guided Reading

- Snowball method
-Work as a class
-Star Bursting
-Feedback
Materials Needed :
- Computer
*online video
-Padlet poster
-A worksheet with the tongue twister
- Worksheets ( the main words have been written on an working sheet)_it helps pupils to understand the main idea of the text ;
- The star bursting worksheet
-The stars with the interrogatory words
- Flowers made of colored paper
-Blackboard
Resources:
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/struggle
http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/tongue-twisters/fuzzy-wuzzy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afrvTe9rDTc
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/struggle

Stages

Comp
etence
s
Spoke
Evocatio n
n
Interac
tion

Subcompe
tences

Methods

Students
Individual
identify
Work
the
prononciat
ion of
words/Pra
cticing
their
pronunciat
ion

-to show
the
difference
between a
bear and
a
panda/Part
icipating
in a
dialogue
on a

Brainstor
ming
I know/ I
Want to
Know

Teacher.s Activity

Pupil,s Activity

Needed material

Teacher greets students then asks them to


listen to a tongue twister and read it as
quickly as they can

Students read the tongue twister as


quickly as they can

Computer
Padlet
http://learnenglishkids.briti
shcouncil.org/en/tonguetwisters/fuzzy-wuzzy

Students say that panda is a large black


and white animal similar to a bear

Padlet/task 1

Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, Fuzzy Wuzzy


had no hair, Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't very
fuzzy, was he?

Teacher asks if a bear and a panda look


alike

They fill in the poster about the giant


panda

familiar
topic to
exchange
simple
informatio
n
Listeni
ng
/Speak
ing

Teacher asks if a panda is lovable and


suggests them to see a short video about two
pandas

-to
identify
the new
topic
-to
practice
new
vocabular
y

Students watch the video and say that


they are really lovable. Students are
asked pandas from the picture they are
shown are lovable too and why do
they fight?

Padlet task 2
https://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=afrvTe9rDTc

Student are asked to be attentive but at


first they write the new vocabulary
To struggle /str.l/l
To fight /fat/ (fought, fought)
To quarrel /kwr.l/
Silly /sl.i/
Stupid /stju.pd/
Children pronounce the words and
translate the sentences

http://dictionary.cambridge
.org/dictionary/british/stru
ggle

Teacher says they are going to speak about


two giant pandas who always fight over a
beautiful bamboo plant
Teacher pronounces the wordsexplains
them by examples in English
For example: These two boys always
struggle

Students listen to the objectives and say


If they understand what they are going

to do during the lesson


Teacher presents the objectives: to plant new
knowledge.( represented by a plant), to water
our new plant and then to get a beautiful
bouquet of flowers

Listeni
Realizati ng
on of
Spoke
meaning n
interac
tion

Identify
the global
meaning
of a
message

Guided
Reading +
snowball
method

-to extract Work as a


the main
class
ideas from
an
unknown
text

-to
associate

Individual

Teacher retells the text, using two panda toys


and the main words written on the
blackboard

Children listen to the retelling and find


out the meaning of the new words in the
context

Five panda toys, bamboo


stems, snowball worksheet
( the main words have
been written on an
working sheet-Wordle)_it
helps pupils to understand
the main idea of the text

Students read the sentences and correct


the mistakes

Padlet -Task 4

Students are asked to correct the sentences


written on the blackboard
Read the sentences and correct the false
ones.
1.Kang and Tang were two giant bears
2.The pandas lived in China.
3.They were great friends.
4.They often quarelled over a bamboo plant.
5.The pandas never fought.
6.The smaller pandas ate the bamboo plant.
7.Kang and Tang were sorry for their fight
Children are asked to continue the sentences

Children continue the sentences

the
informatio
n from the
text with a
picture

Reflecti
on

Extensio
n

Homew
ork/Asse
ssment

Readin
g
Writte
n
Interac
tion

Editing
short
questions
based on
the text

Writte
n
interac
tion

Identifyin
g the
main new
words
and ideas
from the
text
Giving
marks

Work

written on some panda worksheets:


They lived in
Kang and Tang were
They often struggled over.
They could not share..
The little pandas ate
They understood everything and
Now they are.

Children answer the questions

Individual
work

Teacher asks students some questions about


the text:
Ex: Why did they struggle?

Star
Bursting

Teacher asks students to make up their own


examples using the question why? Where?
When? Who? What?.

Children make up questions and stick


them on the blackboard. Their
classmates listen to the questions and
answer them.

The star bursting


worksheet
The stars with the
interrogatory words

Feedback
What Ive
learned

Teacher asks students to write one word they


studied during the lesson on the flower they
receive

Students write the words and then


pronounce and stick the on the
blackboard arranging them in a bouquet

Flowers made of colored


paper
Blackboard

Teacher gives marks to students