Lesson Plan Date: Monday September 23, 2008 Period: 2 (9:50-10:30) Class: 6-3 Teachers: Matthew (Native Teacher – NT) Emma (Korean Teacher

– KT) Unit: How was Your Vacation (Unit 9-2) Objectives: Materials: words Students will be able to understand and say expressions related to past experiences and vacations CD-Rom, computer, picture cards, the dialogue with the incorrect

Introduction and Review (5-6 minutes) Do a short introduction and review to prepare the class with the previous day materials and teachers. This introduction will go as follows:  NT & KT: “Good morning students” Students (Ss) “Good morning Matthew Teacher…”  KT: “How are you today?”  Ss “I’m fine, thank you”  NT: “How’s the weather today?”  Ss “It’s ________________”  NT: “Ok, very good!” After do a short review with the NT of the PowerPoint presentation (ppt) of Canada:  NT: “Does anyone remember the presentation of Canada? What are some Canada cities?”  SS: “Toronto”  NT: “Good, any other cities?”  Ss “Niagara Falls”  NT: “That’s right. Ok anyone remember the animals from Canada?”  Ss: “…..I can’t remember”  NT: “Ok, one was the polar bear, does anyone know another one?”  Ss: “Cats”  NT “That’s right, good….”

Next, the KT will do a short review with what was studied in the previous class  KT “What did we study in textbook last class?”  SS “Our vacation”  KT “Right, we studied ‘How was your vacation?” We also studied past expressions, so let me ask you ‘What did you do last night?’  Ss “I studied the piano”  KT “That sounds nice.” Ask another student “What did you do last night?”  SS: “I played computer games”  KT “That sounds like fun, I didn’t play computer games last night. I watched a movie, it was very funny”….. Look and Speak (5 minutes) Ask all students to go page 74. Ask the students if they recognize what is going on in the pictures. Then we listen to ‘Dialog A’ using the CD-Rom. After ‘Dialog A’ we will ask the students some questions about the dialogue, like this  KT “Who are the people in the story?”  Ss “Joon and Ann”  KT “Good, what are they talking about”  Ss “Ann went on a trip”  KT “Ok, good. Did she have a good time”  Ss “No she didn’t. She was sick”… After Dialog A, we will do Dialog B. After Dialog B, we will ask the students some questions about the dialogue, like this  NT “Who are the people in the story? Ss “Kevin and Nami”  NT “Did Kevin go on vacation?”  Ss “Yes he did”  NT “Where did he go?  Ss “He went to L.A.”  NT “What did he do there?”  Ss “He went to Disneyland.”…. Listen and Repeat (5 minutes) Next, go back to Dialog A and B and do a listen and repeat exercise with the students.

After the listen and repeat exercise and the students are comfortable with the dialogue, we can have the students role-play the dialogue. First we can have the boys be Kevin and the girls can be Nami. After the role-play, if there is enough time, we can have two volunteers role-play the dialogue. Find The Mistakes (5 minutes) After the listen and repeat, we do the ‘find the mistakes’ exercise. Each student will be given both dialogues, but there are some mistakes on it. They will hear the dialogue one more time and then find and correct the mistakes on the paper. After 2 minutes for the exercise, the teachers and students will go over the correct answers and the proper dialog. Let’s Read (10 minutes) The students will now look at the “Let’s Read” section on page 74. They will listen carefully as the teachers play the CD-Rom. After they listen to CD-Rom, they will read the two sentences out loud. The teachers will first ask for volunteers to read the sentences out loud. Then they will do it together as a class. Next, go to page 75. This time the students will attempt to read the sentence out loud. The teacher can pick volunteers. If there are no volunteers, the teachers can choose the students. If the students are having trouble, then the teachers can help them. It can go something like this  KT “Can anyone read this sentence out loud” S1 “Yes, ‘I played computer games’”  KT “Good”  NT “The second sentence, can anyone read this one?”  SS [no volunteers, no one puts up their hand]  NT “John, can you read this one?”  S-John “No”  NT “Ok, I’ll help you” ‘I went’  S-John “I went….”  NT “I went to the museum”  S-John “I went to the museum”  NT “Good” After the student has read the sentence, the students have to decide if it is a ‘check’ or ‘X’. After all students are finished, the teachers can use the CD-Rom to double-check the answers. After the students have double-checked their answers, the students can be

split into groups and can read the sentences in their group together and then say if it is a ‘check’ or ‘X’ Let’s Play (10 minutes) The teacher will have short game and activity for the students to play. There are sentence cards inside the pouch, with different activities that the students would do over vacation (I went to park, I played soccer). The teacher will walk around the classroom and have the student reach into the pouch and pull out a sentence card. The teacher will ask “What did you do on your vacation?” and the student will have say the response that is on their card. The teacher may or may not ask a follow up question for the vacation. After the student says the sentence card, we practice that sentence with the rest of the class. Here is an example • NT “Ok, John reach into the pouch and pull out a card” • S1 [reaches into the pouch and pulls “I visited my grandmother”] NT “John, what did you do on your vacation?” • S1 “I visited my grandmother.” • NT “Good, was it fun?” • S1 “…yes, it was fun.” • NT “Very good, now let practice this with the entire class, listen and repeat. ‘What did you do on your vacation?’” • SS “What did you do on your vacation?” • NT “I visited my grandmother” • SS “I visited my grandmother” • NT “Was it fun?” • SS “Was it fun?” • NT “Yes, it was fun.” • SS “Yes, it was fun.” NT [ask a new student] Alex, what did John do on his vacation? • S2 “John visited his grandmother” • NT “That’s right, ok now it’s your turn to reach in the bag and pull out a card” If the students are having difficulty with the sentence, they can ask another classmate to help them with their sentence. If there is too much difficulty with the sentences for the classmates, the teachers can help the students. Wrap-Up

Time to finish the class  NT “Ok, children we are finished English Class today.”  KT “Did you have fun today?”  Ss “Yes!!!!”  KT “Ok, goodbye students, say goodbye to Matthew Teacher”  Ss “Goodbye, goodbye Matthew Teacher  NT “Goodbye, see you next time.”

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