LESSON PLAN

GROUP : DATE: Saturday June 13th , 2009
O O O O O O O O PREDICTABLE PROBLEMS Verbal/Linguistic Logical/Mathematical Visual/Spatial Musical/Rhythmic Bodily/Kinesthetic Naturalist Interpersonal Intrapersonal MATERIAL AIDS

STUDENT’S PROFILE: A group of 7 students intermediate level. AIM: Introduce relative clauses of time and adverbial clauses of time with holidays context.
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Warm Up

10 mins. Individual

Students will solve a crossword of holidays vocabulary, as an IceBreaker

Turkey Bride Pumpkin Chocolates Hearts Firecrackers Pine Tree

1) T will delivery the 1) Conversation crossword to ss becomes into a 2) Ss must solve the crossword discussion in less than 10 mins 3) T & Ss will discuss where all of these words lead to us. They start discussing about holidays

1) Monitoring CROSSWRD MARKERS
BOARD

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Grammar 20 mins. Presentation Lockstep Teacher – Student

For ss to learn relative clauses of time and adverbial clauses of time.

T will set up the situation: Snoopy loves holidays. Let’s make a chart with Snoopy about what do people do

Twill paste Snoopy’s visuals on board each one delivers a model of a holiday. 1.-St. Valentine’s is a Day when people who love each other give presents to the others they love.

VISUALS Blackboard

Holiday context

in holidays. 1.-St. Valentine’s 2.- thanksgiving 3.- Christmas 4.- New Year’s Evening 5.- Halloween 6.-Wedding

2.- thanksgiving is a day when North Americans celebrate the harvest. 3.- Christmas is a day when people celebrate God’s birth. 4.- New Year’s Evening is a night when families get together and celebrate around. 5.- Halloween is a night when kids go out in horror costumes and ask for “treat or tick” 6.- Wedding is a celebration when people join their lives together. 7.- Teacher matches the pictures as she delivers the models. 8.- Choral & individual repetition of each sentences (going back)
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PAIR WORK

5-8 min. Std - Std

To practice models given by the teacher orally

All models used in 1) Teacher makes pairs with ss presentation by counting them 2) T. Chooses a pair to demonstrate the activity 3) Students practice in pairs with teacher monitoring around the class. 4) T. Will look for accuracy while monitoring 5) T. checks pair work.
Models from presentations with flash cards 1) Teacher uses flash cards for organizing the sentences given and ss come to the board complete the sentence 2) Ss must come to board and

1) A pair finishes the activity before others.

1) T Sets time limit properly

Models on blackboard with visuals

1ST written practice

8 min St –St Group

To practice the structure in a written form. Book Pg. 45 Ex. 3

Blackboard Markers Visuals Flash Cards

Book Pg. 45

write down the two options for each model 3) They all do a choral repetition, then individual 5) T. & Ss check out the work together.

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1st listening 5-7 mins activity T – St St – St

For Ss to practice the use and the form of relative clauses as they listen

Thanksgiving T plays the track for the first Pronunciation Valentine’s day time. Books closed. New Year’s Eve Ss must write what each holiday is preferred for that CD 2 T 8 SB person, and what does she or he do on that day. Ss deliver their answers, T will play the Track for a second time, books open, Ss check their answers as they listen and read. Check out vocabulary.

Monitoring

STUDENT’S BOOK CD PLAYER CD

2nd Written activity

10 mins Individual Ss - Ss

Unscramble words from the vocabulary on board

flowers turkey February Wedding January Firecrackers Anniversary Dancing Mike has returned from carnival SB pg 52 CD 2, Track 10

T. will write the words They get lazy. scrambled on board. Ss will come to board and unscramble them, one by one. After that, each ss will tell the class the meaning of each word, and make a sentence of it Books closed, teacher & ss talk Listening isn’t about carnival, what does that that easy for word mean? Do they like it? somebody T. plays audio, ss must find out what did mike like the most? Then, books open, as the listen check out the answers. Someone gets late

T tries to encourage them

MARKERS BOARD

2nd Listening activity

10 min Individual

For ss to listen to a dialogue using holidays vocab and to practice relative clauses

T. asks for peer help, play track again

3rd written practice

15 min WorkBook Individual

For ss to practice Pages 43-45 relative clauses of Work Book time in their workbook To talk about Student Book pg wedding with 53 Cd2 Track 11 adverbial clauses “Wedding Day” of time Books closed, T elicit arguments about weddings, how are we used to celebrate them in Mexico, How is the compromise dinner or how are they managing here in Xalapa? Ask someone if he / she is married, how was it? T plays now the track, ss follow, at the end ss practice it in pairs.

T. sets time properly

3rd listening 20 min activity Group St Ss

Internet game

15 min Individual

To practice in a fun way the models used in the presentation & practices To watch a scene from the movie “sleepless in Seattle” when a couple announce their engagement in Xmas Eve

Interchange arcade. Book 2, Unit 8

Models of relative and adverbial clauses of time

Computer or internet

T will check out computers first Monitoring

COMPUTERS

4th listening 15 min practice listening semi free speaking activity Ss- Ss

To talk about customs from other countries about Xmas and Weddings in general.

Guided watching without sound Pronunciation First st tells the other what is Accuracy happening in a part of the scene. Second, the other ss tells the first one what is happening in the other part of the scene Start a discussion about customs and about what they saw. Third, T. plays the whole scene again with sound. Ss try to find out if what they imagine was correct as the listen

TV DVD PLAYER

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5th Listening practice

To listen to a 10 mins. song and identify Teacher –St time adverbs in Individual relative clauses Fill in the blanks To get the whole idea of the meaning in a song.

Song: “Holiday” Singer: Boys like Girls When Before After

1) Teacher will play the cd 1)Understanding 2) ss try to fill in the blanks while they listen and follow the song. 3) Elicit answers 4) T & Ss check out answers 2) Pronunciation together 5) T asks.. what does the song talk about, is the singer talking

CD PLAYER CD WORKSHEE TS BOARD

about real holidays or is metaphoric meaning? 6) T. encourages Ss to sing along the song. READING ORAL 20 minutes To review the structures learned in this unit, with written practices

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