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LESSON PLAN N 4

Subject: English
Form: VII a B
Date: 08.02.2015
Teacher: Mocanu Alina
Methodist: Arsenii Andriana
Mentor teacher: Coliceva Olga
Topic: Historical Personalities
Lesson type: mixed lesson
Time: 45 min

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Specific competences:
Communicative competences: Receiving oral messages (Listening)
Pragmatic competences: producing oral messages (Spoken interraction)
Communicative competences: Receiving written messages (Reading)
Communicative competences: Producing written messages (Writing)
Sub competences:
S 2. Participating in simple oral communication ( with the teacher or collegues) on familiar topics.
S 3.1. Selecting from a text the information necessary to solve different tasks.
S 1.4. Following the speakers intructions appropriately;
S 1.2. Eliciting specific information from a short oral message.

Grammar: Using Polysemy


Operational objects:
Knowledge: students will be able to make the differences between historical personalities of Moldova and Great Britain ;
Skill: students will be able use in sentences the polysemy of different words ;
Attitude: Students will form positive attitudes towards historical figures of Great Britain.

Stages of the lesson


(Learning Activities)

I.

Resources

Strategies
(methods,
techniques, forms
of acti- vities)

Subcompetences

Register,
pen

Evocation

Time

1 min

1. Organization:
T: The teacher greets the pupils and creates the atmosphere.
Good morning 7th class. How are you? How do you feel today?
P: The pupils greet him back.
Good morning teacher. We are fine. You?
2. Warm up and preparation:
T: The teacher divides the pupils into 2 groups and asks

them to choose and then come up with a presentation


about one historical personality (Oliver Cromwell or
Horatio Nelson) using clustering method.
For ex:
The ruler
of
England

Oliver
Cromwell

Has a
strong
character

Teaching
material

8 min
Explination
Clustering
Opinion sharing
Describing
Group work

Textbook

Outstand
ing
personali
Strong,
clever,
harsh and

The groups present their work.


The teacher anounces the competences and the subcompetences
of the lesson. They are stuck on the blackboard in the order of
their achievement
2

S 3.1.
S 1.4.
S 1.2.

Notes

Checking homework
T: Teacher asks pupils what was their homework.
Now please someone to tell me what was your homework for
today.
P: Pupils listen to teachers question and answer that their
homework was:

Textbook,
Copybook

Conversation
Explination

Ex. 2 page 62:


1. To sentence- to pronounce punishment(upon)
2. To hoist- to rise, to pull smth up;
3. To pierce- to pass into; to penetrate;
4. Harsh- severe and dificult;
5. Fleet- an organized group of ship;
6. To recruit- to enlist into an army on navy;
7. To fire- to shoot (gun, bullet);
-To learn the words from the Vocabulary , to retell and to
translate the text in their copybook.
II.
REALISATION OF MEANING
New Material presentation

T: The teacher directs the pupils to ex 6 and asks them to


read the task. The pupils read the sentences and insert the
words given below the text.

S 3.1.
S 1.4.

15 min

Individual work
Matching

3 min
Pictures,
Blackboard

Conversation
Explication
Gap-filling

S 1.4.
S 3.1

For ex: Grigore Vieru is the greatest national poet of our days.
There is no other poet in Moldova who ever wrote so many
poems devoted to Mother, native land and its people and
especially to children.
Discussion
Opinion
sharing
Explanation

a. Grammar presentation
T: A lot of words in English language are polysemantic. It
means that one and the same word may have more than
one meaning. For example, the word take has fifty one
3

7 min
S 1.2.
S 2.
S 3.1.

Conversation

meanings:
1.to get into one's hold or possession by voluntary action to take a pen and begin to write. ;
2. To seize or capture:
to take an enemy town; to take a prisoner.
3. An opinion or assessment:
What's your take on the candidate?
You should guess the meaning from the context. You must
have noticed it while translating different sentences. The
bright example of polysemantic word is the noun leg. So
lets study its meaning solving the following exercise:
The noun leg has several meanings:
1) one of the long parts of your body that your feet are
joined to;
2)one of the series of games in a football competition
played between two teams;
3) one of the upright parts that support a piece of furniture;
4) the part of your trousers that covers your leg;
5) one part of a long journey or race.
Match the meanings of the word face with the sentences
given below:
1) One of the legs on the table was a bit wobbly.
2) Here, pull up your pant legs and let me see if your knees
are hurt.
3) The legs of my jeans were covered in mud.
4) Leeds will have to win the second leg if they are to go
forward to the finals.

Textbook,
S 1.4.

vocabularies,
dictionaries

Explanation
Matching
Whole class work

Copybooks

Written work
Individual Work

Teaching
material
Textbook

S 3.1
S 1.4.
4

6) When this can expand no further, it splits and is rolled


off, like a nylon stocking from a leg.
7) Raise the leg a fraction higher and repeat this tiny
movement 15 times, holding each raise for 1 second.
8) Officers then shot Mao in the leg several times and he
collapsed.
III.

REFLECTION

T: Based on the words proposed at the exercise 3 find in the text


antonyms for the following words:
To loose; queen; weak; gentle; worst; beginning; to stop;
western; always; hate; first; many; short; after.
P: We think that the antonyms are:
1) To loose
2) King
3) Strong
4) Severe
5) Best
6) End
7) To continue
8) Eastern
9) Never
10) Love
11) Last
12) A few
13) Long
14) before

b) Grammar practice

S 3.1.
S 1.4.
Textbook,
Copybook,
Pen

Exercise

Textbook

Explanation
Argumentation

3 min

Scanning,
searching
Individual Work

3 min

Conversation
Dictionary work
Whole class work
Translating

T: The teacher refers the pupils to look at ex: 1 from

grammar and to translate the sentences paying attention to


the meaning of the underlined words:
For ex: a) The severe storm carried the ship in the opposite
direction.
Vremea severa (cumplita) a condus vasul in directia opusa.
b) She suffered from a severe illness.
Ea a suferit de o boala grava.
c) Unfortunately the ball got into their own goal gate.
Din nefericire mingea a intrat in propria lor poarta.
d) In ancient times people didnt know the Earth has the
shape of a ball.
In antichitate oamenii nu stiau ca pamintul are forma unei
sfere.
P: Pupils listen the task and solve the exercise.
IV.
EXTENTION
T: Teacher proposes to pupils to look at ex. 2 page 64 and to
find in the text synonyms for the following words:
a) Figure- personality
b) to startc) battle
d) did
e) smart
f) some
g) totally
h) courageous
i) fame
j) power
k) to rise up
l) to watch

Textbook

3 min
Brainwriting
Scanning
Searching
Whole class work

S 3.1.
S 1.2.

m) to wait for
n) high
P: The pupils listen the condition of the activity and orally
answered:
a) figure- personality
b) to start- begin
c) battle-military fight
d) smart-clever
e) some-a few
f) totally-completely
g) courageous-feareless
h) fame-glory
i) power-skill
j) to rise up-to hoit
k) to watch- to see
l) to wait for-to expect
m) high-great
V.
FEEDBACK
a. Assesment
The teacher asks her pupils to reproduce in a few sentences
what they learned about historical figures of Great Britain.
The teacher refers the pupils to the competences and
subcompetences of the lesson. The pupils decide what
competences have been achieved and what have not, they make
conclusion. The teacher gives marks to pupils.
b. Homework
The teacher writes the homework on the blackboard:
- Ex. 1,2 page 65, to write about a national personality
our country is proud of , from Writing;

2 min

Generalization,
Systematization
Blackboard
Chalk
Recordbooks
Pen