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LESSON PLAN Date: Course: English G 2000 Teacher: Negoitescu Monalisa Ramona Level: Primary, 2 hours/week Class: 5 Unit

of learning: My family and my pets Topic: Domestic and wild animals Main focus: Speaking skills Time: 50 minutes Aims: - to give SS practice in speaking - to introduce vocabulary concerning animals - to practise the Present Tense Simple and demonstrative pronouns and adjectives The purpose of this lesson is to introduce students two different types of animals: domesticated and non-domesticated, and to give them practice in speaking. This topic is relevant to students because many students may choose to own a pet. Language functions: - asking things - giving information - identifying and describing animals Assumed knowledge: SS have already learnt the Present Tense Simple Anticipated problems: - If SS do not understand the oral commands or the tasks, these will be translated into Romanian. Assessment activity: The students will be assessed on class participation. Resources and materials: Pictures or drawings of animals, textbook, blackboard Activity 1: WARMER Aims: - to warm SS up - to have SS talk about their lives and themselves; Timing: 5 minutes Interaction: T-S Procedure: To warm up the students for the lesson, I'll ask them questions about their lives. "What day is today?'', "What do you do on Fridays?'', "Do you like sweets?'' Activity 2: LEAD-IN Aims: - to get SS into the new topic Timing: 2 minutes

Interaction: T-S Procedure: T asks a student if he/she likes animals and if he/she has got a pet. "Do you like animals?", "What animals do you like ?" Activity 3: INTRODUCING NEW WORDS/NOTIONS Aims: - to introduce vocabulary concerning animals and their habitat - to improve pronunciation Timing: 5 minutes Interaction: T-S Procedure: T asks SS if they know what words like "domestic" and "wild" mean. Then T asks SS where domestic animals, respectively wild animals live. SS are also asked to name some domestic and wild animals. T explains what a pet is. Activity 4: WHAT IS THIS? Aims: - to have SS talk about the animals they see in the pictures Timing: 5 minutes Interaction: T-S Procedure: SS are shown some pictures and are asked to name the animals they see. They are also asked to describe them: "What's this?", "Is it a domestic or a wild animal?", "Where does it live?" Activity 5: WHAT DO THEY SAY? Aims: - to relax students and review this is/that is, demonstrative adjectives and pronouns Timing: 3 minutes Interaction: T-S, S-S Procedure: SS are asked if they know what a dog "says". T imitates some animals and asks students if they can do the same. Activity 6: WHAT DO THEY EAT? Aims: - to recycle vocabulary and practise the Present Tense Simple Time: 10 minutes Interaction: Pair-work, T-S Procedure: SS are given worksheets and are asked to work in pairs. They have to answer some questions about what certain domestic and wild animals eat. T checks their answers and/or students go to the blackboard and write the correct answers. Activity 7: ARE DOMESTIC ANIMALS USEFUL? Aims:- to introduce/recycle vocabulary and give SS the chance to be creative Time: 10 minutes Interaction: S-T

Procedure: T asks students if they know what certain domestic animals give. "What do pigs give?" "They give meat." "What do cows give?" "They give milk." etc Activity 8: A GAME: GUESS THE ANIMAL! Aims: - to relax students Time: 5 minutes Interaction: T-S, S-S Procedure: T tells SS some characteristics of an animal and SS are asked to guess it. "I like honey, but I do not like bees." "So, you are a bear." "I eat carrots and cabbage." "So, you are a rabbit." Or some students are asked to act out an action or imitate an animal and the others guess the animals. Note: Some of the previous activities are optional, depending on the time left. Activity 9: EVALUATION/ HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT Aims: - to evaluate SS' work - to assign SS' homework Timing: 5 minutes Interaction: T-S Procedure: T grades some SS. SS are assigned to draw a pet and give details about it.