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Lesson Plan

Week of Dec 2, 2013
Submitted: Dec 1


Week

Meeting
Number
Month Date
Day of the
week
Time
AM /
PM
Group
Numbe
r
Room
Student
Book
SB
Unit
SB
Pages
Objective Topic / Content / Skills
Homework Unit
to Reviewin
Class
Homework Pages
to Reviewin
Class
Homework
Unit for Next
Time
Homework
Pages for Next
Time
9
Decembe
r
2 Monday
8:00 –
9:30
AM T1 411
Interchange 1
[Red]
16
106 -
108
 Reviewlast week’s
materials (having
missed one class)
 Practice the present,
past, and present
perfect verb tenses.
 Practice using
comparative adjectives
Learn vocabulary for life
changes
 Check Homework

 REVIEW material from last week!!!


 Page 106 # 1 – Discuss vocabulary
 Page 106 #2 – Listening
 Page 107 -#3
 Reviewthe different verb tenses & comparative
 Page 107 #3 – A – individual writing
 Speaking: Have each partner explain one important change that
happened in their life. They should give some detailed information in 3 –
4 sentences.
 Page 107 #4 – Listening
 Page 108 #5
 Explain the different categories
 Individual writing – placement and two original additions
 Speaking: Imagine yourself five years fromnow. What has changed? Tell
your partner, in three sentences, what has changed about you.
 Speaking: Nowimagine yourself in twenty years. What has changed?
Explain in 3 sentences.
15 88 - 90 16 91 - 93
9
Decembe
r

14:45 –
16:15
PM C1 411
Interchange 1
[Red]
16
106 -
108
 Reviewlast week’s
materials (having
missed one class)
 Practice the present,
past, and present
perfect verb tenses.
 Practice using
comparative adjectives
Learn vocabulary for life
changes
 Check Homework

 REVIEW material from last week!!!


 Page 106 # 1 – Discuss vocabulary
 Page 106 #2 – Listening
 Page 107 -#3
 Reviewthe different verb tenses & comparative
 Page 107 #3 – A – individual writing
 Speaking: Have each partner explain one important change that
happened in their life. They should give some detailed information in 3 –
4 sentences.
 Page 107 #4 – Listening
 Page 108 #5
 Explain the different categories
 Individual writing – placement and two original additions
 Speaking: Imagine yourself five years fromnow. What has changed? Tell
your partner, in three sentences, what has changed about you.
 Speaking: Nowimagine yourself in twenty years. What has changed?
Explain in 3 sentences.
15 88 - 90 16 91 - 93
9
Decembe
r
3 Tuesday
8:00 –
9:30
AM T1 413
Interchange 1
[Red]
16 109-111
 Practice verbs and
infinitives
Reviewthe use of modal
verbs (and then practice in
conjunction with infinitives)
 Check Homework
 Page 108 - #6 – Listening
 Page 109 - #7 – Grammar
 Explain “verb + infinitive”
 Page 109 - #7 – A – individual writing
 Speaking: Ask your partner two questions about their future plans. They
can respond with “Verb + infinitive”
 Speaking: Tell your partner about two other dreams of yours in the
future. What do you hope to do and why?
 Writing: Plan some kind of special event for the class, whether it be a
party, a wedding, a funeral, a birthday party, a holiday party, a picnic, a
sports event, etc. Describe your plans using “verb + infinitive” or “modal
verb + bare infinitive + infinitive”
 Present the events together and ask questions
16 91 - 93 *** ***
9
Decembe
r

12:55 –
14:25
PM C1 412
Interchange 1
[Red]
16 109-111
 Practice verbs and
infinitives
Reviewthe use of modal
verbs (and then practice in
conjunction with infinitives)
 Check Homework
 Page 108 - #6 – Listening
 Page 109 - #7 – Grammar
 Explain “verb + infinitive”
 Page 109 - #7 – A – individual writing
 Speaking: Ask your partner two questions about their future plans. They
can respond with “Verb + infinitive”
 Speaking: Tell your partner about two other dreams of yours in the
future. What do you hope to do and why?
 Writing: Plan some kind of special event for the class, whether it be a
party, a wedding, a funeral, a birthday party, a holiday party, a picnic, a
sports event, etc. Describe your plans using “verb + infinitive” or “modal
verb + bare infinitive + infinitive”
16 91 - 93 16 94 - 96
Present the events together and ask questions
9
Decembe
r

14:45 –
16:15
PM T1 312
Interchange 1
[Red];
Interchange 2
[Blue]
15&16
Revie
w, 1
112-
113; 2
 Reviewlife changes
using verb tenses and
comparatives
 Reviewverbs and
infinitives
 Review“Ask” and “tell”
Introduce the newbook and
chapter: Past tense
 Page 113 - #3 – Listening
 Writing: Pretend it is 10 years in the future. Write about howyour
partner has changed using the three different verb tenses and the
comparative. Ex: “He has gotten married. He had ten kids. He is fatter
now”
 Speaking: Plan a goal together with your partner. It should be a common
goal you can accomplish as a pair. Explain it in four sentences (two each)
using “verb + infinitive,” or “modal + verb + infinitive” (ex: We’d like to
rob a bank. We plan to break the windowat night. We’ll run to escape the
police).



 Pairs: Write two STATEMENT messages for two different classmates on a
piece of paper for your partner. Exchange papers with your partner.
Then, your partner must deliver the messages. Each student should
respond somehow: “I know,” “I don’t care,” “That’s interesting!”, etc

 Writing: Each student must write down one request for their partner to
ASK of someone else. BUT DON’T SHARE THEMYET
 Together: We’ll switch the papers and the partners can then deliver the
“ask” messages in front of the class.




Page 2 #2 - Listening
*** *** 16 94 - 96
9
Decembe
r
4
Wednesda
y
8:00 –
9:30
AM C1 312
Interchange 2
[Blue]
15&16
Revie
w, 1
112-
113; 2
 Reviewlife changes
using verb tenses and
comparatives
 Reviewverbs and
infinitives
 Review“Ask” and “tell”
Introduce the newbook and
chapter: Past tense
 Page 113 - #3 – Listening
 Writing: Pretend it is 10 years in the future. Write about howyour
partner has changed using the three different verb tenses and the
comparative. Ex: “He has gotten married. He had ten kids. He is fatter
now”
 Speaking: Plan a goal together with your partner. It should be a common
goal you can accomplish as a pair. Explain it in four sentences (two each)
using “verb + infinitive,” or “modal + verb + infinitive” (ex: We’d like to
rob a bank. We plan to break the windowat night. We’ll run to escape the
police).



 Pairs: Write two STATEMENT messages for two different classmates on a
piece of paper for your partner. Exchange papers with your partner.
Then, your partner must deliver the messages. Each student should
respond somehow: “I know,” “I don’t care,” “That’s interesting!”, etc

 Writing: Each student must write down one request for their partner to
ASK of someone else. BUT DON’T SHARE THEMYET
 Together: We’ll switch the papers and the partners can then deliver the
“ask” messages in front of the class.




Page 2 #2 - Listening
16 94 - 96 *** ***
9
Decembe
r

9:55 –
11:25
AM C1 412
Interchange 2
[Blue]
1 3 – 4
 Use (and
distinguish
between)
“to be” and
“to do” in
the past
tense
 Learn
vocabulary
relating to
past
experiences
Form questions about the
past
 Check Homework
 Page 3 # 3
 Explain – past tense questions using “did” and “was/were”
 Page 3 # 3 – A – Individual Writing
 Speaking: four questions each – two “to be,” two “to do”
 Page 3 #4 - Listening
 Page 4 - #5 – Group work – ask two of the people next to you two of the
questions in the book – record their answers
 Page 4 # 6 – vocab explanation and individual writing
 Writing: Think of two sentences each, in the pas tense, for the four
categories in the book.
Present together and ask questions
*** *** 1 1-3
9
Decembe
r
5 Thursday
14:45 –
16:15
PM C1 312
Interchange 2
[Blue]
15&16
Quiz, 1
5– 7
Learn howto use “used to”
for the past
 Check Homework
 Page 5 - #7 - Listening
 Page 5 # 8 – grammar
 Explain “used to”
 Page 5 # 8 – A – individual writing
 Speaking: Think of one “used to” question for your partner. Then, your
partner should answer positively or negatively using “used to”.
 “I used to VS. Now” – think of yourself at ages 1, 10, 15, and your present
age. Say something that you “used to” do and say howyou are different
1 1-3 1 4-6
now
9
Decembe
r

17:30 –
19:00
PM T1 313
Interchange 2
[Blue]
1 3 – 4
 Use (and
distinguish
between)
“to be” and
“to do” in
the past
tense
 Learn
vocabulary
relating to
past
experiences
Form questions about the
past
 Check Homework
 Page 3 # 3
 Explain – past tense questions using “did” and “was/were”
 Page 3 # 3 – A – Individual Writing
 Speaking: four questions each – two “to be,” two “to do”
 Page 3 #4 - Listening
 Page 4 - #5 – Group work – ask two of the people next to you two of the
questions in the book – record their answers
 Page 4 # 6 – vocab explanation and individual writing
 Writing: Think of two sentences each, in the pas tense, for the four
categories in the book.
 Present together and ask questions
16 94 - 96 1 1-3
9
Decembe
r
6 Friday
14:45 –
16:15
PM T1 311
Interchange 2
[Blue]
15&16
Quiz, 1
5– 7
Learn howto use “used to”
for the past
 Check Homework
 Page 5 - #7 - Listening
 Page 5 # 8 – grammar
 Explain “used to”
 Page 5 # 8 – A – individual writing
 Speaking: Think of one “used to” question for your partner. Then, your
partner should answer positively or negatively using “used to”.
“I used to VS. Now” – think of yourself at ages 1, 10, 15, and your present age. Say
something that you “used to” do and say howyou are different now
1 1-3 1 4-6