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IA / IEF Tambacounda

School: T.S.A. Junior High School


Level: Third form (4eme)
Date: Saturday, May 10th, 2014
Duration: 1 hour
Timing: 10h 12h
Skills: Integrated skills
Materials: Black board, chalk, duster
Sources: Created by the teacher

Teacher: Mr. MENDY


Number of students: 50
Ratio: 25 G; 25 B

Objectives: By the end of this lesson students should be able to:


- Give advice using should

LESSON PLAN
Lesson
phase

Timing

Pre
3 min
Teaching

10
min

Activities and Procedures

Interactions

WARM UP
T. Ss.
- Greeting and socializing:
Good morning class! How are you?
- T. introduces the members of the
jury to the pupils.
- T. asks the pupils to give orally the
date and asks for correction If its
needful before writing it on the
board.
PRE-TEACHING GRAMMAR
T. Ss.
T. writes these sentence on the board:
My friend Abdou is not good at English. One
day he told me this: I would like to improve
my English. What should I do?
I told him: You should join the English club.
You should not keep quite in English
classes.
Then he reads them and asks two or three
students to read.
After that he underlines the sentences
containing should, and asks the following
questions.
1- What are the conjugated forms of
the underlined sentences?
2- How is the verb of each sentence
formed?
3- What is the nature of should?
T. says very good! And asks the learners to
give other modals.
T. Ss.

Expectations

Good morning sir!


Fine! And you?

Welcome to our class!


Today is Saturday, May
10th, 2014.

Should do, should join,


and should not keep.
Should + go, should +
join, and should + not +
keep.
Should is a modal
auxiliary
Can, must, may,.

2 min

While
20
Teaching min

T. explains that when we want to give an


advice we use some modals such as: should,
must.. but today we are going to study
should.
Then he goes to the board and writes the
T. Ss.
title of the lesson.
GRAMMAR LESSON
Here Teacher explains the use of should
when giving advice.
We use should :
- In the affirmative form: To express a
weak advice, to say what is good. Should
+ infinitive without to
T. asks students to give their own examples.
Example: You should come to school on
time.
- In the negative form: shouldnt is the
negative form of should, to say what is
not good.
Should not + infinitive without to.
T. asks students to give their own examples.
Example: You shouldnt talk while the
teacher is speaking.
- In the interrogative form: To ask what is
good.
Should + subject + infinitive without to.
T. asks students to give their own examples.
Example: Should I buy an English book?
After teaching the grammar structures, the
teacher asks the learners to open their copy
books and copy down the lesson.

Prost
20
Teaching min

ACTIVITY
ACTIVITY 1: Guided practice
Complete the sentences with should using
the verb in brackets as in the example
below.
Example: Aliou (to speak) English.
Aliou should speak English.
1- . I .... (to open) my text book?
2- A student (not to come) late to school.
3- You (to follow) you teachers instructions.
4- You (not to quarrel) in the class.

You should learn your


lessons at home.
(unpredictable)

You shouldnt eat in


the classroom.
(unpredictable)

Should I copy down the


lesson?
(unpredictable)
T. Ss.
Pair work

Should I open..?
Shouldnt come ..
Should follow.
Shouldnt quarrel..

ACTIVITY 2: Pre-communicative activity


Choose the best option.
1- A student smoke in the class.
a) should
b) shouldnt
2- The teacher bring reliable
information to the class.
a) should
b) shouldnt
3- Students . always bring their English
book for English classes.
a) should
b) shouldnt
4- You come to school only when like
it.
a) should
b) shouldnt
5- You always attend the English club
activities.
a) Should
b) shouldnt

T. Ss.
Pair work

ACTIVITY 3: Communicative activity


Read the situation and give advice using
should or shouldnt
1- I want to be rich.
..
2- Moussa wants to go to England.
..
3- I have a headache.
..
4- I am very thirsty.

5- I have an English test tomorrow.

T. Ss.
Individual
work

Shouldnt
Should

Should

Shouldnt

Should

Unpredictable