Lesson Plan English Language : Wednesday / 10th September 2011 : 8.00 – 9.00 a.m.

/ 60 minutes : 5 Progressive : 36/36 : World of Self/Personal Relationship : Speaking, Writing : To accept and decline invitation : 1.2.2 Listen to and repeat correctly phrases and expressions. 2.7.1 Extending an invitation. 2.7.2 Accepting or declining an invitation. Learning Outcomes : At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: 1) Listen to and repeat the inviting, accepting and
declining phrases correct pronunciation of ords, and the correct intonation and w ord stress in, expressions.

Day/Date Time/Duration Year Enrolment Units/Themes/Topics Skills Grammar Item Learning Specifications

2) 3)
Perform a variety of functions in a social context such as exchanging greetings, making introductions, inviting people, etc.

CCTS

: Sequencing, Identifying, Making associations and connections

Moral Values

: Friendliness, Respect, Compassion, Cooperative, Creative.

Multiple Intelligence

: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Bodily-kinesthetic, Verbal linguistic. : ‘A Birthday Party’ picture, PowerPoint presentation, LCD projector, Handout 1, Samples of invitation cards, Coloured papers.

Teaching Resources/Aids

Prior Knowledge/Skills

: Pupils know how to use simple present tense.

Teacher asks what they can see happening in the picture. Teacher put up a picture of a birthday party on the whiteboard. Could anyone tell me what is going on in the picture? P: It’s a birthday party. Steps Set Induction (5 minutes) Teaching Strategy 1. Making associations and connections. Teacher shows the (15 minutes) target phrases on the screen using PowerPoint T: We have learnt some phrases to invite. Friendliness. Teacher calls a few pupils to give answers. MI: T: How do you invite your friend to your birthday party? Verbal linguistic. Teacher asksthe pupils how they would invite someone to a party and what they would Language Content T: Look at the picture. 3. MV: Respect. T: What would you say if you could not go to the party? (Teacher appoints a few pupils to write their answers on whiteboard) Presentation 1. Making associations and connections. say if you wanted to come to the party? .Pupils know how to write simple and compound sentences. say if they wanted to T: What would you go or did not or could not to go to the party. 4. 2. CCTS: Notes Identifying. to accept and to decline CCTS: Sequencing.

Handout 1.That’s nice of you but I can’t come. ‘To accept’ and ‘To decline’.g. separating them into sections titled ‘To invite’. LO: . T: Pay attention to the tables on the screen.How delightful! I’ll are used to accept be there. thank you. now I am going to show you more phrases that you can use. LCD projector. 3.Would you like to come to my party? 2) To accept . . thank you. I’ll have something on that day. So. these phrases TA: PowerPoint presentation. T: In the third part. T: Now. In the first part. invitation from our friends just now.presentation. such as ‘No. MV: Respect. such as ‘Please come to my birthday party’.No. 3) To decline . 4. . The pupils then are given handouts on the phrases learnt. these phrases are used to invite someone. these phrases are used to decline an invitation. I’ll have something on that day’. T: In the second part. 1) To invite . e.Thank you. MI: Verbal linguistic. Teacher introduces more phrases to invite and accept or decline invitations.Please come to my birthday party . pay attention and repeat the phrases after me. Teacher drills on the phrases and asked the pupils to repeat the phrases after the teacher. an invitation. such as ‘Thank you’. 2.

Creative. 4. You may use these examples to help . CCTS: MV: Respect. such as birthday party. Bodily kinesthetic. T: Help each other. 2. Production (20 minutes) 1. In pairs. I would like the event host to create an invitation card while the guest has to write a reply. CCTS: MV: MI: 5. Teacher shows some T: Here are some samples of invitation cards for various events. One of you has to take one role of event host to invite and your partner will be the guest to accept or decline the invitation. 2. MI: Interpersonal. wedding ceremony.Cooperative. Teacher asks the pupils to create their own invitation cards and a reply for the event they roleplayed just now.Practice (15 minutes) 1.   Think of one event. One pupil will take the role of inviting while the other will be the one accepting or declining the invitation using the appropriate phrases. Teacher distributes coloured papers to each pupil. 3. They are required to think of one event. pupils carry out a role-play. 5. Teacher makes correction on their grammar.  I would like you to be in pairs. T: I would you to be in groups of three. examples of invitation cards to attend some events. Teacher calls upon a few pairs to present their role-play in the front.

accepting or declining an invitation. Respect. Closure (5 minutes) 1. and the guest will write a reply note to accept or decline the invitation. . Compassion. 2. Courtesy.house-warming party. Teacher collects the cards and notes to be displayed at the English corner. T: I am so proud of you for doing a very good job MV:Friendliness. Teacher tells the class that everyone has done splendid you make your cards. 4. open house etc. for their hard work. Teacher advises the pupils to be polite when inviting. 3. job and praised them today. T: Remember to always be polite when you want to invite someone to an event and also when you want to accept or decline an invitation. The event host will make the invitation card.

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