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LESSON PLAN

Date: 15.IV. 2019


School: Liceul “Dr. Lazăr Chirilă”-Baia de Arieș
Teacher: Boia Ioana Maria
Class:5th Grade
Textbook: Clare Kennedy with Chiara Soldi, Cristiana Rusu and Diana Todoran, Limba modernă 1-Limba engleză, Editura
Art, 2018
Lesson: Checkpoint. Units 5-6
Type of lesson: Lesson of verification and control of knowledge (testing)
Time: 50’
Methods: reading, writing
Aims: -revision of present simple: affirmative, negative and interrogative forms.
-adverbs of frequency
-reading comprehenshion
-revision of vocabulary
-describing one's daily activities

TEACHING TECHIQUES:

 Conversation
 Explanation

Aids / Materials

 test sheets

STAGES OF THE LESSON:

Warm-up: The teacher greets the students, introduces the guest and asks if anybody is absent. (2 minutes)

Activity 1
Aim: to set the scene
Interaction: T-Ss
Time: 3'
Procedure: The teacher announces the students that they are going to have a written test in which certain knowledge is
going to be checked (knowledge regarding both vocabulary and grammar)

Activity 2
Aim: to revise the vocabulary from the last two units and to revise grammar knowledge: revision of present simple:
affirmative, negative and interrogative forms and adverbs of frequency.
Interaction: T-SS, SS-T
Time: 40'
Procedure: The teacher gives each student a piece of paper containing the test and informs them that they will have 40
minutes to complete the test.

Activity 3
Aim: to gather all the tests
Interaction: T-SS
Time: 3'
Procedure: The teacher gathers the tests.

Activity 4
Time: 2'
Procedure: The teacher announces the students that the tests are going to be graded by their next meeting.
Name:__________________ Date:_____________
Test Paper
5th Grade

I. Read the dialogue and decide if the following sentences are true (T) or false (F). Correct the false sentences.

Oliver: In England we start school at 9 o'clock. 2points/0,40-item


Ivo: That's late! In Italy, we start early, at 8 o'clock!
Oliver: And we usually finish at 3:30 in the afternoon.
Ivo: At my school, lessons usually finish at 1 o'clock.
Oliver: Lucky you!
Ivo: But we have lessons in the afternoons on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Oliver: So, you're usually at home in the afternoons?
Ivo: Yes, but we always have lots of homework.
Oliver: We have lots of homework, too, especially science and English!
Ivo: I usually do my homework in the afternoon, after lunch.
Oliver: Me too, but my sister, Lisa, always does her homework after dinner.
Ivo: Really?
Oliver: Yes, Lisa always watches television in the afternoons.

1. At Ivo's school in Italy, lessons start at 9 o'clock.______


2. Oliver never has lessons in the afternoons._______
3. Ivo sometimes has lessons in the afternoons._______
4. Ivo and Oliver have lots of homework. _______
5. Lisa does her homework in the afternoons.______

II. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb in brackets: 1 point/0,10-item

1. They always______________(have) lunch at home.


2. I sometimes______________(get) up at six o'clock.
3. She_____________________(not/leave) her house at 8:15.
4. My French lesson ______________(begin) at 8:45.
5. __________you________(start) your lessons at 9 o'clock?
6. John usually___________(play) football after school.
7. I__________________(not/go) to school on Saturdays.
8. ___________Sara______(read) a book in bed?
9. Carla and Sam often ________(do) their homework after lunch.
10. David and Maria never___________(watch) T.V after breakfast.

III. Put the words in order to form sentences: 1 point/0,2-item

1. always/lunch/I/have/at school
2. Sara/goes/never/on Sundays/to the cinema
3. Mike/doesn't/his/do/homework/ in the morning.
4. late/Oliver/usually/is
5. visit/their/grandparents/They/at the weekend/often

IV. Choose the right object pronoun: 1 point/0,2-item

1. The teacher always gives the students homework.


A-me B-them C-you
2. I am reading the book to my little sister.
A-her B-us C-him
3. The boys are riding their bikes.
A-it B-them C-her
4. My father is writing a letter to John.
A-me B-her C-him
5. I don't know the answer.
A-she B-her C-it

V. Translate into English: 2 points/0,40-item

1. Tatăl meu se trezeşte la ora 5.


2.Eu ascult muzică în fiecare zi.
3. Sara îşi face temele după-masa.
4. Daniel se uită la televizor in weekend.
5. Clara se întâlneşte cu prietenii ei in parc.

VI. Write about how you spend your weekends. Write the activities you do. 2 points
+1 free point
SWOT Analysis
5th Grade

Aims: -revision of present simple: affirmative, negative and interrogative forms.


-adverbs of frequency
-reading comprehenshion
-revision of vocabulary
-describing one's daily activities

Grade 1-3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average


2 2 3 5 4 4 1 - 5,96

After checking and assessing the students' tests I concluded that there are some strong and weak points in my
students' knowledge.
Strengths:
 reading comprehension. Most students can understand a written text and solve the task that follows it.
 daily activities. More than half of my students were able to write down some daily activities.
 object pronoun. Almost all my students were able to solve the exercise completely. vocabulary.
 More than half of my students were able to translate a few sentences from Romanian to English, containing the
vocabulary taught in units 5 and 6.
Weaknesses:
 present simple. My students encountered difficulties in solving the exercise correctly, especially the
interrogative and negative form. Most students forgot to put the auxiliary verb and at the affirmative form they
misused the endings (-s/-es).
 adverbs of frequency. Most students do not know where to put the adverbs of frequency.
Recommendations:
In order to correct the weakness I have identified in my students' knowledge I recommend further practice
regarding present simple and adverbs of frequency with the help of various types of exercises: fill in, put the words in
order, answer the questions etc.
As for the vocabulary, I believe that a revision of it must be done with the help of oral/written dialogue,
sentences writing and translation, so that the students can practice its usage in various real life contexts.