English Teaching: Revision Lessons

Date: the 5th of June 2008

Grade: 4-th Level: Pre-Intermediate Number of students: 15 Unit: “Animal Tastes!” and “A year to remember!” Type of lesson: revision lesson Textbook: Set Sail – Info press SA Frequency: 2 hours/week; 50’/hour Aims: to develop students’ listening - comprehension abilities; to activate language functions; by the end of the lesson students will be able to set apart the different groups of animals and get accustomed to expressing numbers. Intelligences: Main Intelligence focus: 1. Linguistic/Verbal Intelligence: English language Other Intelligences: 1. Intrapersonal Intelligence: reflection 2. Interpersonal Intelligence: group-work, pair-work Methods and Techniques: dialogue, explanation, exercise, discovery techniques, pair-work, team-work; Materials: textbook, worksheets, blackboard, chalk Skills involved: reading, speaking, listening, writing Interaction: T-Ss, Ss-Ss, Ss-T Evaluation: • initial through warm-up • continue through activities, observation • error correction • final through oral feedback Timing: 50 minutes

The sequences of the lesson 1. Warm-up

Main obj. 1. 2. 3. 1.

The main activities of the lesson Resources

Timing Methods Evaluation

2. Activity 1

- verifying the presence of the pupils - mark the absences in the catalogue; 6 min - assuring an adequate atmosphere for a good development of the class Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence, 9 min Classroom management: whole class Procedure: The teacher makes a brief review of the previous topic namely, the revision classes: “Family crest!” and “Work it out!”; Students are asked questions that are suppose to refresh their memory concerning the topics last learned; Introducing the new lesson Teaching aids: textbook Procedure: The teacher reads for the students the new lesson, which is a revision lesson “Animal tests”, and translates and explains the unknown words Exercises: Students will give time to draw a picture of an animal and mention the class to which it belongs. Introducing a new lesson Teaching aids: textbook Procedure: The teacher reads for the students the new lesson, which is a revision lesson “A year to remember!”, and translates and explains the unknown words Exercises: Students have to match the clauses in order to make complete logical matching of the years<>events. Task: Write a short letter to your friend and describe your favorite animal in it. - Marks are given to the students who have been very active during the class

Brain -storming dialogue

Observing

3. Activity 2

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17 min Reading, dialogue, asking and answering questions, exercises 12 min dialogue, eliciting ideas from students, matching exercises Conversatio n

Verbal appreciation

Written and verbal appreciation

2. 5. Homework 9.Appreciation

4 min 2 min

Verbal appreciation/ marks

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