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Lesson Plan 1

Exchanging information Numbers 1-10 He’s… She’s…

Team: Celina Daniela Muñoz Cruz
Roxana Razo Martínez Félix Enrique Torres Mondragón

Trainers: Ana Ma. Herce
Rebecca Igartua

March 9th, 2013.

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Main aim: By the end of the lesson students should have proved when he’s and she’s are used and they will be able to introduce other people as well.Group profile: 14 people between 16 and 50 years old. 2 . 12 of them students and 4 adults Previous knowledge: There is not previous knowledge.

he/she says the two previous names and his own before passing the ball. Interaction Lockstep Material A ball Anticipate problems Ss may not understand instructions Possible solutions T will use mime or give a model. When he/she passes the ball to the next student. he passes it to another random student to continue the activity. After he repeats your name and his own. After the ball makes it back around to you. When the list starts to get long. 3 . mix it up by tossing or rolling it to a random student. encourage the students to help each other remember forgotten names.Activity # 1 Game (ice-breaker) Time 5 .7 minutes Objective To break the ice between the Ss and the T Language to be used I am… Procedure T says his name and then throws a ball to one S and she/he has to repeat the T’s name and says his/her name.

He’s from Ney York.          T sets the context st st T shows the 1 flashcard and says the 1 sentence (3 times. 2 slowly and 1 normal) Choral repetition (3 times) Individual repetition (3 times) nd T shows the 2 flashcard (elicit) *gives the sentence if nobody says it Choral and individual repetition Backtracking th Repeat until the 6 flashcard T checks concept by giving false statements Language to be used Procedure Interaction Lockstep Material Flash cards (see appendix 1) Pritt tack Ss may pronounce incorrect the sentences. She’s a singer. He’s Tom Cruise. He’s an actor. She’s Madona. Anticipate problems Possible solutions T will recourse to choral and individual repetition 4 .Activity # 2 Presentation (he’s / she’s) Time 10-15 minutes Objective To introduce “he’s” and “she’s” and make Ss to realize that “he’s” is for a men and “she’s” is for a woman. She’s from Bay City.

She’s a singer. Objective To make Ss to prove that they have learnt the topic and they were not just parroting. She’s Madona. Language to be used He’s Tom Cruise. T gives the handouts T gives and checks instructions Ss start working on the handout T monitors T checks the answers on the board Individual work Lockstep Procedure Interaction Material Handouts (see appendix 2) Markers Anticipate problems Ss may make mistakes on the board. Possible solutions T will recourse to gesture to look for peer or selfcorrection 5 . He’s from Ney York.Activity # 3 Written exercice Time 5-7 min. She’s from Bay City. He’s an actor.

Activity # 4 Game (memory) Time 10-15 min. Lockstep Group work Material Flash cards (see appendix 3) Anticipate problems Ss may pronounce incorrectly /faɪ/ instead of /faɪv/ /triː/ instead of /θriː/ T will recourse to choral and individual repetition Possible solutions 6 . This step will be repeated until finish the game. Objective Review the numbers from 1 to 10 Language to be used 1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 5 five 6 six 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten Procedure Interaction T shows two different flashcards one with the number “1” and another how the number is written “one” and then T puts the face of the flashcards against the board in order to make a memory game when T finishes putting all the flash cards on the board Ss will start playing the game which one Ss will stand up and open two card one with the number and another how the number is written if the two cards are suited the Ss got a point if not they have to turn them.

T will give instructions and asks for them. T will recourse to gesture to make them realize that there is a problem. Objective To practice how numbers are written and listen to them Language to be used 1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 5 five 6 six 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten T gives the handouts T gives and checks instructions Ss start working in the handout T monitors T checks the answers by asking for the answers or in the board if it is necessary Procedure Interaction Individual work Lockstep Material Handout (see appendix 4) Anticipate problems Ss may not understand instructions.Activity # 5 Written exercise (Numbers) Time 5-8 min. Ss may answers incorrectly. Possible solutions 7 .

Activity # 6 Communicative activity Time 7-10 minutes Objective To make Ss to prove that they can use “he’s and she’s” correctly and give phone numbers by saying “his/her phone number is…” which will be used to make them to five numbers. Language to be used He’s/She’s His/Her phone number is… this phrase is given to the Ss to make them produce the numbers. Ss may not understand instructions Possible solutions T will recourse to gesture to make them notice that they are wrong. Procedure T divides the group into pairs T gives and checks instructions Ss pick a card which will contain information about famous people which Ss will use to introduce the characters on the card and they have to invent a phone number to give. T will give a demo. 8 . Interaction Pair work Material Pictures (see appendix 5) Anticipate problems Ss may confuse the personal pronouns by telling “She” instead of “He” or vice versa.

APPENDIX 1 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 9 .

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APPENDIX 3 1 3 5 7 9 one 2 three 4 five 6 seven 8 nine 10 two four six eight ten 12 .

2. Write the numbers according with the picture. Write the correct number. Write the phone numbers you hear. a) b) c) d) e) 5256187932 5567214167 5167274839 9852684246 1257956789 13 .APPENDIX 4 Numbers 1. a) b) c) d) e) f) 7 + 2 = nine 9 – 4 = five 10 – 4 = six 3 + 4 = seven 5 + 2 = seven 2 + 1 = three 3.

5. f) g) h) i) j) __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ 14 . Write the numbers according with the picture. Write the phone numbers you hear. g) h) i) j) k) l) 7 + 2 = ____________ 9 – 4 = ____________ 10 – 4 = ___________ 3 + 4 = ____________ 5 + 2 = ____________ 2 + 1 = ____________ 6.Numbers 4. Write the correct number.

APPENDIX 5 Johnny Depp Kentucky Actor His phone number is: ________________ 15 .