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Lesson Plan

Date:
Teacher: Veronica Cazacu
Subject: English
Topic: A Surprise for Mum
Level: Beginners
Grade: IVth
Specific Competences: Listening, Spoken Interaction, Written Interaction, Grammar.
Sub Competences:
2.3.Participating in simple dialogues, and using simple words and expressions that have been practiced.
3.1.Understanding the general meaning of a simple short message referred to familiar situations of everyday life.
3.5.Understanding the meaning of recommendations to act appropriately.
Learning Objectives:
To recycle food vocabulary
To identify countable and uncountable nouns
To justify the use of much, many, a lot of, few and little
To listen and produce oral messages
Materials:
Pupils book IVth-grade, games, flashcards.
Video online resource on the topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tRDQyQdjxE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPfGRK0jF6A
Tagxedo: http://www.tagxedo.com/artful/0a2adb46466f4f5f
Quizlet.com

SubCompetences
2.3.Participating in
simple dialogues,
and using simple
words and
expressions that
have been
practiced.

Teachers activity
Evocation
The teacher greets her pupils
and asks some questions:
How are you?
What is the weather like?

Pupils activity

Timing

Pupils greet the teacher and


then answer to the questions.
They stand up and play the
game Hello. They describe
the weather in some sentences.

10 min

Techniques

Resources

Game Hello
Brainstorming
Orally

The teachers checks the


homework

-To recycle food


vocabulary
- To identify
countable and
uncountable nouns

Evaluation

For introducing the new topic


of the lesson the teacher tells
them to look at the word cloud
and they must name a fruit, a
vegetable or a drink (words
that are related to food).
The teacher shows a video in
order to remind the grammar
rule about many, much a
lot of.

Pupils name as many words as


they know. They have to make
a shopping list.

Pupils explain the grammar


rules and give some examples.

Tagxedo

3.1. Understanding
the general
meaning of a
simple short
message referred
to familiar
situations of
everyday life.

Realization of the meaning


The teacher reads the dialogue
and asks pupils to be attentive
and identify the unknown
words.
The teacher uses Quizlet to
explain the new words.

The pupils follow and find the


unknown words.

15 min
Reading

Pupils write down the new


words.

Quizlet

The teacher trains the new


vocabulary.

- To listen and
produce oral
messages

The teacher asks her pupils to


read the dialogue.
After the reading the teacher
asks some questions, to check
if the pupils understood the
dialogue.
Teacher explains the rule of
using few/ a few and
little/a little. She
encourages pupils to watch a
video.

Pupils accomplish teachers


tasks.

Pupils write in their copybooks and then they give their


own examples.

Book

Writing

-To understand the Reflection


value of quantifiers The teacher shares some cards
and the pupils have to fill in
3.5. Understanding the blanks with the right form:
the general
few or little, much or
meaning of a
many.
simple short
message, referred
to familiar
situations of
everyday life.
3.5.Understanding Extension
the meaning of
In order to see if the students
recommendations
understood the meaning of the
to act
words from vocabulary and the
appropriately.
use of many /much /
little / few, the teacher
gives to her pupils some flash
cards and pupils must read the
definition and name the word,
then to complete two posters
that have two columns: much
and many, few and little. The
columns must be completed
with pictures that represent
food or other objects.
Homework: Exercise 2, page
68.

Pupils complete the blanks.

10 min.
Writing

Pupils identify the words and


then fill the posters with
pictures.

Flashcards

10 min
Pictures

Flash cards
Individual

Posters

Pupils write the homework.

Complete the questions usingHow much orHow many


1.

ice-cream?

2.

oil?

3.

bananas?

4.

water?

5.

pancakes?

6.

salt?

7.

milk?

8.

apples?

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

bottles of coke are there?


oranges do you want?
milk do you drink?
plates do you want?
eggs do you eat per week?
. .
butter have you got?
.. cups of tea are there?
coffee is there in the packet?
rice do the Japanese eat?

10. ..

orange juice have we got?

Fill in few or little.


1.

We have

juice.

2.

I eat

3.

She brought

4.

There are

5.

There is

6.

There are

cherries on the plate.

7.

There is

butter in the fridge.

8.

There is

sugar at home.

9.

There are

bread.
pears.
biscuits.
tea in my cup.

apples in the basket.

Its liquid and yellow - oil


Its a container in which we can fry- pan
Its a thin, flat cake that is fried in a frying pan - pancake
Its something that surprises someone- surprise
Its the synonym of all- everything
Its a small quantity of water that falls- drop

To cook in a pan - to fry


It expresses a small number, not many- few
It expresses a small quantity, not much- little