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LESSON PLAN

TEXTBOOK: High Flyer


LESSON: VIII. C, Just a job
AIMS: to introduce and practice vocabulary related to jobs
To describe different jobs by using positive and negative aspects.
TEACHING TECHNIQUES: elicitation, speaking, reading, project work.
AIDS/MATERIALS: textbook, project book.

STAGES OF
LESSON

ACTI
VITIES
TEACHER

MATERIALS

TIMING

STUDENTS
5

Introduction,
organizing the
class,
checking HW
Link
Introducing the
new lesson
Elicitation

Greeting

HW report
3 Ss read their answers.
(future tense)

Textbook, p
58.

What was our lesson last


time?
Who were the main
characters?
How old are they?

A. A vision of danger. (a
story in 8 episodes)
Stephen and Ania
The were teenagers.

10

Reading and
explaining of
unknown words

Lets read the text: Just a


Job.
Lets read once again.

Ss read 1-1 sentences

10

For ex: Charismatic

Very strong, attractive

OBSERVATIONS

What it means?
Resilient?

It means flexible.
B. Jobs

Introduction of the
jobs
Conversation about jobs
There are positive and
negative aspects.

Positive aspects: pleasure,


easy
Negative aspects: it can ends
suddenly

Project work

Presentation of
projects

HW assignment
Ending the lesson

Now you have to work in


groups.
We have a project work.
Open your project book
and use it!
Lets Think about a job,
and analyze the positive
and the negative aspects of
it.
You have approximately 3
minutes.
Lets see your project
works!

Hw: p 59, ex 5.

C. Project work

Project book

Ss work in groups (4-5


students). They write the
positive and the negative
aspects of the job.
One representative from each
group present their project.