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LESSON PLAN FORM


Date

November 15, 2016

Student
teacher

Noora Mohammed

Time

11:30am to 12:20pm

School

RAK Academy

MST

Mlane Mostert

Class

Grade 3B

Unit/Lesson/Bo
ok/Page

Wanted the perfect pet

No of students 24

Context of the lesson


Its going to be a continuous lesson about describing the animal.
Teaching goal
The overall aim of the lesson is to see if students are able to describe and discuss their animals.
Learning objectives
-

Students will be able to:

Use adjectives to describe their pet.


Use a thesaurus in order to find more interesting vocabulary while they are describing their pet.
Discuss and describe their pet for their partners.

Assumptions about prior learning


Most of the children will be able to use the thesaureus to find more interesting vocabulary to describe their pet, but I
think some children will struggle while they are searching for the words.
Anticipated problems and possible solutions
To help children who can not find words with a word bank.
Personal focus for this lesson
I will try to make my voice louder.
Target language
Descrbing words, huge, tiny, frightening...

Teacher language
Good morning student, how are you? Listen carefully.
Who can help me to describe the pet for me? Raise your
hand if you want to answer. Use the thesaureus. I will wait
till you are ready.

Main tasks or activities

Resources and teaching aids

1- Read the story.


Computer - whiteboard - Marker - Word banks pictures 2- Children use thesaurus to use interesting words to
The book - Their clay pet animals
describe their pet.
3- Each two students discuss and describe their pet to each
another.
Consider these grouping strategies:
Whole class
Partner work

Consider where the children are working:


At their tables
On the carpet

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Activity

Engagement

Time

Interacti

Teacher Activity

Student Activity

Purpose/Objective of

MCT

on

(activity + exact
instructions you
intend to give. Include
any questions that you
plan to ask)

(what they do +
language you expect
them to use)

Activity

Comm

T-SS
3
mines

Teacher engages
students by asking
them questions:

Students answer the


questions.

ents

To see how much dose


the students remeber

1- Do you remember
what was the story
about?
2- What did you have
to do yesterday?
3- Can you tell me
thing about the pet
you made?
Transition

Building
Knowledge

T-SS
5
mines

Teacher tells the


students to sit on the
carpet and give their
attention so that they
can hear her well
while she reads the
story for them.

Students listen to the


teacher and sit on the
carpet to hear the
story.

T-SS
10
mines

Teacher will read the Students answers the


story and she will ask teacher question.
questions :
During the story:
What do you think
will happen next?

So the students can be


able to hear the story
clearly.

To test their if they were


concentrating while the
teacher is telling the
story.

After the story:


Did you like the
story?, Which part of
the story that you
liked the most?
Transition

T-SS
5
mines

Teacher ask the


Students do as the
students to go to their teacher ask them for.
seats and then make
each group one by
one to stand and take
their pet that they
create with the
whiteboard and a
marker and go back
to their seats again.

To get ready for the


next activity.

Transformation

Transition

Reflection

T-SS
10
mines

Teacher model the


Students listen to the
activity for the
teacher instructions
students and ask
and try to work hard.
them to help her to
describe the snake, so
they can do the same
and write on their
boards the
description of their
pet while using
thesaurus and the
word bank.

T-SS
10
mines

Teacher checks the


students work, and
make each two
students talk and
describe their pet to
each other, and bring
some students in
front of the class to
describe their pet.

Students describe
their pet to their
partners.

To check if they are


able to describe their
pet.

T-SS
2
mines

Teacher asks the


students if they liked
the story or not, and
what parts of the
story they like or did
not like.

Answer the teachers


question.

To see their feedback

To see who can use


thesaurus to describe
their pet.

about the lesson.

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Summary

Read the story with the students and ask them if they remember the story events, then she did
the activities well and explained them step by step so students wont get confused, and she went
to each group and helped when they need something.

Suggestions

Activities were appropriate in order to achieve learning objectives but she must make sure

all are on task


Noora always consulted me when planning and also acted positively on advice given. I feel
she could have taken more ownership on making resources to support the children

She planned for a range of student-centered interaction patterns and managed pair work,
group work, individual and whole class but at times lack confidence.

Personal Focus for next lesson


Try to do strategies to manage the students.

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