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LESSON PLAN

Teacher:
School:
Date:
Class: V (L2)
Textbook: English G 2000
Unit 6: Out shopping
Lesson: Let's go shopping
Type of lesson: Vocabulary lesson (Lesson of communication of new knowledge)
Time: 50 minutes
Aims:
At the end of the lesson, students should be able:
-to understand words related to different types of shops;
-to make sentences about different shops;
-to ask for items sold in different shops;
Skills: listening, reading, writing, speaking
Methods: conversation, observation, pairwork, groupwork, explanation, repetition, game.
Aids: flashcards, flipchart, video-projector, tape, worksheets, blackboard, handouts, items from
different shops (clothes, magazines, newspapers, loaves of bread, cakes).
Type of interaction: teacher-students, student-teacher, student-student
Types of exercises: matching exercise, making sentences, true or false exercise, conversation
exercises, role play
Class organization: lockstep, pairwork, groupwork, whole class
Anticipated problems: if there are any problems the teacher will clarify them.

Stages of the lesson

Nr.
Crt.

1.

2.

Lesson
stages
Organizing
the class

Time

Teachers activity

Students activity

Aims

Methods

Materials

Interaction

-roll

Class
organization
-whole class

The teacher greets the


students; she asks them
questions like: How are
you today?, Who is on
duty today? etc. The
teacher checks if there are
any missing students and
prepares for the lesson.

The students greet the


teacher. They answer
the teachers
questions.
The student on duty
announces the missing
students (if there are
any).

-to create a
proper
atmosphere
for
teaching
the new
lesson

conversation

Homework
check-up

The teacher asks the


students What was your
homework for today?,
Was it difficult?. The
teacher names some
students to read the
homework. She checks it.

The students answer


the questions. The
students named by the
teacher read the
homework. They had
to revise vocabulary
related to clothes and
food and to translate
some sentences into
English.
(Ben cumpara un
tricou albastru./ Doriti
ceva de baut?/Nu pot
sa gasesc rochia mea
cea noua./Unde este
haina mea?/Ele au
doua paini.)
Ben is buying a blue
T-shirt./ Would you
2

-to check
the
mistakes

conversation

-blackboard

-whole class

Teacher
Student,
Student Teacher

Teacher
Student,
Student Teacher

The teacher asks the


students: Have you
checked your
homework?
3.

Checking
previous
knowledge

The teacher asks the


students some questions
related to clothes, food
and drink. The teacher
shows the students some
flashcards and asks the
students to name the
items.

4.

Warm-up

Because the students were


supposed to revise
vocabulary related to
clothes and food, the
teacher asks them the
following questions: Do
you like going
shopping?, What do you
usually buy?, Do you go
shopping alone?, How
often do you go
shopping?, Do you buy
everything you need from
only one shop?
(Discussion)

like something to
drink? I cant find my
new dress./ Where is
my coat?/ They have
two loaves of bread.
Students go to the
blackboard and write
the sentences.
Students answer the
questions. Possible
answers: Its a Tshirt. Etc.

Students pay attention


to the teachers
questions. They
answer the questions.
Possible answers: 'We
like going shopping
because it is fun. We
usually buy food. We
go shopping alone or
with our parents. We
go shopping once a
week. We go to
different shops.

-to check
previous
knowledge
-to revise
vocabulary
related to
clothes and
food and
drink
-to get
students
involved
into the
topic.

conversation

-discussion

-flashcards

-whole class

Teacher
Student,
Student Teacher

-whole class

Teacher
Student,
Student Teacher

5.

Lead-in

The teacher tells the


students the title of the
lesson. She writes it down
on the blackboard. (Let's
go shopping). The teacher
tells the students the aims
of the lesson.
In order to introduce the
new words, the teacher
shows the students a
powerpoint presentation
with different types of
shops. The teacher
explains the students the
types of shops.

Students write the title


of the lesson in their
notebooks. They pay
attention to the
teachers explanation.

-to arouse
students
interest in
the topic.
-to
introduce
new
vocabulary
related to
the topic

-videoprojector
-blackboard
-notebooks

-whole class
Teacher
Student,
Student Teacher

6.

Teaching
vocabulary

10

The teacher writes on the


blackboard the words
related to types of shops.
She explains the new
words. She asks the
students to repeat them.
The students are supposed
to make sentences with
the new words and write
them on the blackboard.

They write the new


words in their
notebooks.
Students listen and
repeat the words.
Students make
sentences with the new
words. They write the
sentences on the
blackboard.
Example: I am going
to the chemists to buy
an aspirin./ I buy milk
from the grocers./ She
is going to the
newsagents to buy a
newspaper. Etc.

- to be able
to utter the
words
related to
types of
shops
-to be able
to make
sentences
with the
new words.

7.

Activity 1:
Matching
exercise

The teacher gives the


students worksheets.
In groups of three,
students are supposed to
solve the first exercise.
(2)
They must match the
words related to types of
shops with their
definition. .
The teacher checks the
exercise.

In pairs, students solve


the exercise.
Solutions: 1 e), 2
d), 3 b), 4 g), 5
f), 6 c), 7 a)
They write the
solutions on the
blackboard.

-writing
-to check
understand -reading
ing;

-repetition
-writing

-blackboard

-whole class

Teacherstudent

-worksheet
-flipchart

-groupwork

Teacher
Student,
StudentStudent

8.

Activity 2:
True-false
exercise

The teacher asks the


students to try the second
exercise on the
worksheet. You are
supposed to answer true
or false. You are going to
work in pairs.

Students solve the


exercise. Answer: a) F,
b) F, c) F, d) T, e) F, f)
F
They write the
solutions on the
blackboard.

-to practise
vocabulary;

-writing

-worksheet
-flipchart

-pairwork

Teacher
Student,
Student Student

9.

Activity 3:
Matching
exercise

Students are supposed to


solve exercise no. 3, on
the worksheet. They have
to put some given words
in the right column.

-to check
understanding

conversation
-writing

-worksheet
-flipchart

-individual
work

Type of
interaction
Teacher
Students,

10.

Activity 4.
Listening

10

Students are given some


sheets of paper on which
there are written
fragments of a dialogue.
In groups of three, they
must try to put the
fragments in the right
order. They must stick the
sheets of paper with the
fragments on a flipchart
sheet. They will stick the
flipchart sheet on the
blackboard.
Then, they must watch a
video and see if they were
right.

Students solve the


exercise.
-chemists: aspirin,
vitamins
-grocers: butter, sugar,
milk, salt, egg
-bakers: cake, bread
-newsagents:
newspaper, magazine
Students work in
groups of three and
they try to put the
fragments in the right
order. Then, they listen
to the dialogue to see
if they were right.
Then, they read the
whole dialogue by
playing roles.

-to practise
listening

-listening
-role-play

-video
-sheets of
paper
-flipchart
sheet.

-groupwork
-role play

Type of
interaction:
teacherstudents,
studentsstudents

11.

Follow up
Activity 5:
Role-play

The teacher puts on three


desks different items that
go with different shops.
(clothes shop, bakers,
newsagents). The teacher
explains: 6 students must
be involved in this
activity: 3 students are the
customers and the other 3
are the shop assistants. In
pairs you must choose
one of the desks and try a
dialogue.
The students who perform
the dialogue the best are
the winners.

12.

Homework

The students are supposed


to write a dialogue at the
bakers. The teacher gives
them an example.

13.

Dismissing
students

Students get grades.


Greetings

Students follow the


teachers instructions.
In pairs, they try short
dialogues.
Example of dialogue:
Good morning!
Good morning! Can I
help you?
Yes, please. I would
like to buy this
newspaper. How much
is it?
Its 3 pounds.
And...how much is
this magazine?
Its 5 pounds.
OK. Ill take both of
them. Thank you!
Youre welcome!
The students write the
homework in their
notebooks and they
pay attention to the
teachers explanation.
Greetings

-to ask for


items sold
in different
shops.
-to practice
speaking

-role-play

-different
items sold
in different
shops.
(loaves of
bread,
cakes,
newspapers
, magazines
clothes)

-pairwork

Type of
interaction:
Studentstudent

-to practise
vocabulary.

conversation

-flipchart

-whole class

Teacher students