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LESSON -PLAN PROCEDURE

Stage 1: Lead in
Students will solve a wordsearch puzzle from the book, where words are
related to the vocabulary from the previous lesson .
Time:10 minutes
Stage 2: Presentation
The teacher will invite students to open their book on page 79 where they
will have to match questions and answers related to the conversation they
listened to, the previous class. All the questions are written in present
continuous. Once pupils have finished the activity the teacher will ask them
what is the common thing between the sentences. She will ask them if they
know this tense and when is it used.
Time: 15 minutes.
Stage 3: Practice
The teacher will ask students to report the conversation from the previous
exercise. This activity is on page 79 of the course book. Some students will
read the results aloud and later they will have to deliver the written activity.
Time: 7 minutes.
Stage 4: Practice
The teacher will ask students questions about a picture related to camping.
Pupils will have to share orally with the class the suppositions they may
have as regards the photo.
Time: 7 minutes
Stage 5: Follow up
The teacher will ask students to read and complete an activity called
Camping Facts, where the vocabulary and structures they have learn are
present.
Time: 9 minutes
LESSON PLAN
TEACHERS NAME:
SCHOOL:
COURSE:

NUMBER OF STUDENTS:

LEVEL:

DATE:
LESSON START TIME: 9:00
UNIT N: 6

LENGTH OF LESSON: 50 MINUTES

TOPIC: CAMPING

AIM: That students start recognizing the present continuous tense and its
use. That pupils are able to apply the vocabulary they have learnt from a
previous lesson
TEACHING POINT: Student will have a first sight to present continuous.
FINAL TASK: Groups of six students will write a script for a play they will
have to perform later. The will represent a situation in which they are
preparing their rucksacks in order to go camping and deciding the place
where they are going.
LANGUAGE SYSTEMS
VOCABULARY: Related to camping, seasons, months and days of the year,
family, places.
PRONUNCIATION: Of the new vocabulary items emphasizing vowels and
words where some present written letters are not present in the
pronunciation, such as fork and knife.
GRAMMAR: Use of the present continuous and present simple
FUNCTIONS: To agree, to decide, to inform.
LANGUAGE SKILLS
LISTENING: Students will listen to a conversation about camping between a
girl and her grandmother. They will have to look for specific information.
READING: Students will read instruction from the book and the blackboard
SPEAKING: Students will speak about themselves, their likes and dislikes and
they will apply the new vocabulary.
WRITING: Students will write a short text related to camping.
TARGET LANGUAGE ITEMS: binoculars, fishing road, trekking boots.
ASSUMPTIONS: Children are prepared for the introduction of present
continuous and they are familiar with texts written in such a tense. They
already recognize present simple and they also know how to express their
likes and dislikes. They have been taught vocabulary about food, animals
and family among others.

PREDICTED PROBLEMS: Children may not remember all the new words they
have to apply. Children may forget the course book. Children may need
more time to finish an exercise, or on the contrary they may finish faster
than expected.
RESOURCES: cd player, course book, flashcards.
CROSS CURRICULAR CONNECTIONS: nature, geography.
EVALUATION: Class written productions, selected- response tasks.
Completion of the activities given in class.