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LESSON PLAN

Teacher: Date: High School: Class: XII Level: B2. Textbook: Face2face Upper Intermediate. Lesson topic: Carbon footprints. Skills: Listening, speaking, reading, writing. Learning objectives: After this lesson, st dents sho ld be able to! "efine a carbon footprint. List se#eral wa$s to red ce their carbon footprints. "escribe wh$ it is important to ha#e as small a footprint as possible. %Create their own sit ations and deal with new circ mstances in a con#ersation sing the new #ocab lar$. !etho"s o# teaching: Comm nicati#e approach. Teaching ai"s! &e'tbook, notebook, blackboard, worksheet, laptop. Ti$e: () min tes.

Activit% &: Warm-up Objective: &o create a warm, friendl$ atmosphere in order to make st dents confident in themsel#es when speaking a foreign lang age* introd cing topic! Carbon footprints. Teachers activity: &he teacher enters the classroom, greets the st dents, asks them how the$ are, if there are an$ st dents missing. +peaking in ,nglish the teacher creates the specific atmosphere for an ,nglish class. &he teacher asks the st dents abo t their homework, checks it with them and introd ces the topic of the new lesson. &he teacher asks the st dents if the$ know what a carbon footprint is and checks their answers. Students activity: &he st dents answer the - estions, in t rn read their homework and note down the title of the new lesson from the te'tbook. Class management: .hole%class acti#it$. Skills: +peaking, reading, writing. Time: ( min tes. Activit% ': Exercise 1- point a and c. Objective: /ocab lar$, e'pressing personal opinion. Teachers activity: &he teacher tells the st dents to pa$ attention to the ad0ecti#es from e'ercise 1%point a, do the e'ercise indi#id all$ and checks if the st dents nderstand the meaning of the new words. &he teacher also checks the opposites of the ad0ecti#es in B b$ eliciting them from st dents and writing them on the board. &he teacher also points o t that the word amoral also e'ists, b t that this means someone who doesn2t care whether their beha#ior is morall$ right or not and that the words in A don2t ha#e direct opposites. &he teacher establishes that damage and !aste are both #erbs and nco ntable no ns, models and drills the words, highlighting the pron nciation of damaging "usti#ia$le and the opposites of the words in B. &he teacher points o t that the prefi'es 3im-, un%, etc4 aren2t stressed. &he teacher tells the st dents to work in pairs, foc s on the e'ample from point c and asks st dents to share their opinions with the class. Students activity: &he st dents do e'ercise 1%point a, read their answers and practice their pron nciation. &he st dents do e'ercise 1%point c. &he$ compare ideas in pairs and sa$ whether the$ agree or disagree with their partner2s statements, gi#ing reasons for their opinions. Class management: .hole%class acti#it$, pair work. Skills: .riting, reading, speaking. Time: 5 min tes.

Activit% (: Exercise %- &eading the !e$ page Objective: Listing se#eral wa$s to red ce carbon footprints Teachers activity: &he teacher gi#es the st dents their worksheets and chooses a st dent to read o t lo d the te't. &he teacher tells the st dents to complete the worksheets pa$ing attention to the te't, s per#ises and checks their answers. &he teacher elicits ideas from the class and writes them on the board in preparation for the listening acti#it$. Students activity: &he st dents complete their worksheets, read their res lts and concl sions, and decide which are the most sef l ideas. Class management: .hole%class acti#it$ Skills: .riting, reading, speaking. Time: 6 min tes.

Activit% ): Exercise '- (udio Objective: Comprehension listening for specific information. Teachers activity: 7oint a! &he teacher tells the st dents that the$ are going to listen to two friends, &on$ and ,dd$, disc ssing carbon footprints, tells them to decide which of the ideas on the board the two people talk abo t, pla$s the a dio and checks their answers. &he teacher tells the st dents to encircle the correct answer from point b while listening again to the a dio and checks their answers. &he teacher tells the st dents to work in pairs and do point c. &he teacher s per#ises and checks their answers. Students activity: &he st dents listen and decide which of the ideas on the board the two people talk abo t and check their answers. &he$ listen again to the a dio, encircle their answers and check them. &he st dents work in pairs and check their answers. Class management: .hole%class acti#it$ , gro p work. Skills: Listening, speaking, reading, writing. Time: 1) min tes.

Activit% *: Exercise ) Objective: "isc ssing lang age % opinions Teachers activity: &he teacher tells the st dents to write the headings into the correct order and chooses a st dent to read them o t lo d. Students activity: &he st dents do the e'ercise and check their answers. Class management: .hole%class acti#it$. Skills: +peaking, reading, writing. Time: ( min tes.

Activit% +: Exercise * Objective: Feedback Teachers activity: &he teacher tells the st dents to write more of &on$ and ,dd$2s con#ersation sing the prompts from the e'ercise sing lang age from e'ercise 8 9 point a and chooses st dents to come to the board and write down the sentences. Students activity: &he st dents do the e'ercise and check their answers. Class management: .hole%class acti#it$. Skills: .riting, reading, speaking. Time: ( min tes. Activit% ,: Exercise + Objective: :i#ing personal opinion. Teachers activity: &he teacher tells the st dents to think abo t two things to sa$ abo t each of the topics from point a, checks if the st dents nderstand the si' topics and their answers. &he teacher tells the st dents to work in gro ps in order to do point b b t also reminds them to se the lang age from e'ercise 8 9 point a in their disc ssion and checks their answers. &he teacher asks each gro p to tell the class which topic was the most contro#ersial and wh$. &he teacher checks the st dent2s pron nciation. Students activity: &he st dents work on their own and think of two things to sa$ abo t each topic and check their answers. &he st dents ro nd p in gro ps and disc ss the topics. &he st dents practice their pron nciation and check their answers. Class management: .hole%class acti#it$, gro p work. Skills: +peaking, reading, writing. Time: 5 min tes.

Activit% -: ;omework Teachers activity: &he teacher tells the st dents to write a pro0ect abo t carbon footprints, se pict res to ill strate it and wishes them a nice da$. Students activity: &he st dents write down the homework and sal te back. Class management: .hole%class acti#it$. Skills: +peaking, writing. Time: 2 min tes.

Carbon Footprint Worksheet


.hat is a carbon footprint<
&he total amo nt of greenho se gases prod ced to directl$ and indirectl$ s pport h man acti#ities, s all$ e'pressed in e- i#alent tons of carbon dio'ide 3C=24. For e'ample! .hen $o dri#e a car, the engine b rns f el which creates a certain amo nt of C=2, depending on its f el cons mption and the dri#ing distance. In other words! .hen $o dri#e a car, the engine b rns f el which creates a certain amo nt of C=2, depending on its f el cons mption and the dri#ing distance. .hen $o heat $o r ho se with oil, gas or coal, then $o also generate C=2. ,#en if $o heat $o r ho se with electricit$, the generation of the electrical power ma$ also ha#e emitted a certain amo nt of C=2. .hen $o b $ food and goods, the prod ction of the food and goods also emitted some - antities of C=2.

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&his total is $o r Fcarbon footprintG in the n mber of po nds of carbon dio'ide per $ear. &he lower the n mber, the fewer greenho se gasses are emitted into the atmosphere. He#iew $o r choices in the s r#e$ and read once more the web page. &r$ to make some of these changes in the ne't week. Use the space below to engineer a plan to red ce $o r carbon footprint. &hings I will t rn off! ;ow I will get to school! .hat I will eat! ;ow m ch I will se electronics! .hat I will rec$cle!