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ISI Observed Lesson Outline

Teacher/lecturer Charley

Date 22/11/12 Module/Level Pre Intermediate

Class Profile:
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Lesson aims (e.g. By the end of the observed session learners will know/learn/be able to/have
practised etc):

Learners will have revised and produced questions formations with and without auxiliaries
by writing their own quizzes.

Learners will have used their existing music vocabulary in the context of what music they
like to listen to.
Learners will have been introduced to a broader range of question words such as How
many, How long, Which, Whose and How many.

Timetable fit (How does the observed lesson relate to the rest of the day/week?):
The learners have been learning about the Past Simple and Past Continuous, this lesson links in
with the idea of things that happened in the past. Although learners are also introduced to question
forms in the present, the previous lessons should have given a good introduction.

g. Anticipated problems: (e. . learners may have fossilised errors. mixed ability learners may achieve learning outcomes/complete tasks at a different)   Learners may confuse the word order of questions. language/knowledge gaps. Learners may try to use the Past Simple verb form after the auxiliaries.Materials: (Please include a copy of materials) The materials are from New English File Pre Intermediate. The communicative activity was taken from the New English file Teacher’s book.


S-S /Ss-T The learners will have had the opportunity to reflect on what they learnt the previous day and ask any questions they have.50 The teacher goes through the answers. 8. S-Ss/Ss-T Learners will have identified their knowledge gaps of questions with and without auxiliaries.) 8. The teacher will conduct drilling so as to correct pronunciation mistakes. T-Ss/Ss-T The learners will have a better idea of this area of grammar. 9.05 Learners complete the quiz in the book with the correct question words How. Learners participate in a mingle activity asking questions about what music they like. How many. Ss-Ss Learners will have been introduced to the context of the lesson ‘Music’ whilst working on their speaking and writing skills. T-Ss/T-S/ S-S/Ss-Ss/S-Ss. 9. Which.Session Stages: (A simple list of activities in chronological order) Time Learner activity Teacher/lecturer activity Interaction Learning outcome (e. 9. T-Ss/S-T/SsSs Learners will have practiced the pronunciation of questions and be more aware of the use of intonation.30 Learners compare their answers for the homework. Ss-Ss Learners will have tested their existing knowledge of question words and acquired some new ones. . Teacher feeds back the correct answers. The teacher goes through any areas the learners are not comfortable with.15 Learners try to complete the rules for the grammar Questions with and without auxiliaries using the quiz as a guide. given to them by the teacher.30 The learners ask the teacher any questions about the grammar they may have.g.45 The learners practice their pronunciation of model sentences. 9.

10. The teacher monitors and corrects mistakes. 10. Ss-Ss Learners will have demonstrated the target language freely and naturally whilst using speaking and listening skills. The teacher mediates. T-Ss/T-S/ S-S/Ss-Ss/S-Ss.20 The learners rearrange words in a quiz to make correct questions and ask their partners. T-Ss Learners will have raised their awareness of any errors when using the language through self and peer correction.00 BREAK 10. Ss-Ss The learners will have produced the target language in a functional context they can relate to whilst using writing skills. 11. Interaction Learning outcome Session Stages: (A simple list of activities in chronological order) cont.) .g.10. 11.45 The learners are given homework to embed what they have learned. The teacher distributes the homework. S-S The learners will have had the opportunity to practice the grammar with guidance in a controlled activity.30 Learners create their own music quizzes in groups. The teacher monitors and helps where necessary.35 The learners look at incorrect sentences that the teacher has heard. Time Learner activity Teacher/lecturer activity (e.55 Learners compete against each other in a pub quiz set up. asking the questions to other groups. The teacher conducts ‘Delayed Correction’ to iron out any problems they have heard.