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LESSON PLAN

Name: Robu Diana Date: School: C.N. Vasile Alecsandri, Bacu Grade: 9 H Book: Upstream Level: Intermediate Lesson: Every Man to his Taste Type of lesson: Mixed: Teaching vocabulary, teaching reading; Aim: - SS learn new words related to sport; - SS reinforce their vocabulary; - SS learn how to properly express themselves in English; Objectives: a) cognitive: At the end of the lesson students will be able to: use the grammatical structures in suitable examples; understand extreme sports and describe sports images; use the adjectives correctly; fill in the gaps using the words given;

b) Affective: - be confident in the ability to use a foreign language; - use English while playing; - create interest in the topic. Methods and techniques: a) Methods: Communicative Approach, Direct Method b) Techniques: conversation, pair work, simulation. Materials: blackboard, textbook, worksheets.

Stages of the lesson I. Warm-up

Teachers activity 1. T greets the students 1. T asks students which are their favorite sports and what sports they like to practice.

Students activity 1. Students answer 1. Students listen 2. Students answer

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Purpose - to create a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere - to introduce students into the topic;

II. Introducing the new material

2. T asks students to open their books on page 134, Unit 9, lesson Every Man to his Taste, writes the title on the blackboard and asks students to write it in their notebooks. 3. T asks students about the significance of the title. T asks students to translate the title. 4. T asks students to look at the pictures and describe them. T tells students that they can use the phrases from exercise 1.b

1. Students listen 2. Students write 3. Students answer

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- to introduce students into the topic;

1. Students listen 2. Students answer

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-to reinforce knowledge about the topic; - to activate the vocabulary and knowledge about the topic;

1. Students listen 2. Students read 3. Students describe the pictures

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5. T asks students to look at exercise 1c on page 134. (T. asks students to choose one sentence that best

1. Students listen 2. Students read 3. Students answer

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- to encourage students to express their opinions freely; 2

describes their feelings) 1. Students listen and read 2. Students answer T-S S-T listening speaking 3 -to reinforce knowledge and vocabulary about the topic;

6. T asks students read the qualities from exercise 2(page 134) and decide which of them characterizes the people who practice high-risk sports. T asks students if there are any unknown words.

III. Prereading

1. T asks students to do exercise 3 on page 134. T asks students about the meaning of the title.

1. Students listen 2. Students read 3. Students answer

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- to introduce students into the topic;

IV. Whilereading

1. T asks students to read silently the text. 2. T asks students to identify new/unknown words.

1. Students listen 2. Students answer and ask questions 3. Students identify the new words

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- to help students understand the whole text;

V. Postreading

1. T asks students to choose the correct answer (exercise 3b on page 134).

1. Students listen 2. Students read 3. Students answer

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- to check comprehension of specific information; 3

2. T asks students to explain the words 1. Students listen and in bold from the text. T clarifies the read word if necessary. 2. Students answer 3. T asks students to act out dialogues using the adjectives as in the example given (exercise 5 page 136) T asks students for unknown words. V. Feed-back T offers feed-back evaluation 1. Students listen and read 2. Students fill in the gaps and read the sentences. Students listen

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- to reinforce vocabulary and knowledge about the topic; -to reinforce knowledge and vocabulary about the topic; - to let students know how well they performed; - to encourage them; -to make sure they know what they have to do.

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VI. Homework

T asks students to do exercise 6 on page 136 and explains the homework.

Students listen and ask questions

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