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Name: School: Date: Grade;6th B Level: Pre-intermediate, 4th year, 2 hours/ week (L1) Textbook: Smart, Institutul European Lesson topic: Nationalities-revision Countable and uncountable nouns-revision Past Simple vs. Past Continuous-revision Telephone conversations- revision Type of lesson: revision of grammar structures and vocabulary items Skills: Reading/Listening/ Speaking/ Writing Aids: worksheets, much/many cards, blackboard, laptop, memory stick, ppt slides, posters, overhead projector, flashcards, cardboard mobile phones Methods: conversation, exercise, observation Time: 45’ Lesson aims: to revise vocabulary related to nationalities to practise speaking, listening, reading and writing skills to revise Past Simple and Past Continuous to revise vocabulary related to telephone conversations to revise countable and uncountable nouns and their characteristics
ASSUMPTION: Although SS were taught Past Simple and Past Continuous, they still find it difficult to work with these tenses, to use both of them in sentences; they may know how to use them separately, though. ANTICIPATED PROBLEMS: SS are supposed to talk/write about actions in progress at a certain moment in the past interrupted by other past actions / at the same time with other past actions in progress BIBLIOGRAPHY: The Practice of English Language Teaching- Jeremy Harmer,Longman, 2007 Learning Teaching, Jim Scrivener, Macmillan, 2005 Fun with Grammar- Suzanne Woodward, Prentice Hall Regents, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey,1997 Fun Class Activities 1, Peter Watcyn Jones, Longman, 2000 700 Classsroom Activities, David Seymour& Maria Popova, Macmillan, Oxford, 2003 Grammarway 2, Jenny Dooley & Virginia Evans, Express Publishing, Pairwork 1, Elementary- Pre-intermediate, Peter Watcyn Jones & Deidre Howard-Williams Timesaver Visual Grammar, Mark Fletcher & Richard Munns, Scholastic- Mary Glasgow Magazines
INTERACTION: T-S. much/ many cards Skills: reading ACTIVITY 4: T places some flashcards on the magnetic board and asks students to use Past Simple and Continuous to describe the actions in the picture. S-T ORGANISATION: pair work TIME: 9 min OBJECTIVE : to produce sentences using Past Simple and Past Continuous. previously given by the T. a lot of. Once they answer. They put a tick for every correct answer and a cross for a wrong answer. overhead projector. They are told that each picture shows an action in progress in the past interrupted by another action (highlighted ). S-T ORGANISATION: group work TIME: 8 min OBJECTIVE : to practise the use of much /many MATERIALS: ppt presentation. INTERACTION: T-S. worksheet Skills: writing. much. INTERACTION: T-S. listening.ACTIVITY 1: Warm-up. The others have to pay attention and show thumbs up or down according to the answer. little (exercise 1) . S-T ORGANISATION: pair work TIME: 7 min OBJECTIVE : to revise countable and uncountable nouns and their characteristics . Next SS write the correct sentences on the blackboard. writing ACTIVITY 3: Game (Countable and uncountable nouns) The teacher tells SS that they are going to watch a game on the screen and have to choose the correct version-much or many. reading 2 . listening ACTIVITY 2: T shows students word flashcards with countable or uncountable nouns and asks them to mention if they are countable or uncountable. laptop. some. The group with the most correct answers is the winner and receive smileys. the teacher asks them to name the characteristics of countable and uncountable nouns. Once they finish the exercise. They take turns in answering. The first student to cross all the words shouts Bingo! and the game is over. S-T ORGANISATION: Individual work TIME: 3 min OBJECTIVE : to increase the SS’ interest in the vocabulary studied PROCEDURE: T asks students to choose five words from the poster and listen to the words being called out. few. MATERIALS: poster with different vocabulary items Skills: reading. SS are asked to write sentences about each picture. When they hear a word that is on their list. S-S.(again thumbs up or down) Then the students are given a worksheet in which they have to fill in some sentences with a/an. the students come to the blackboard and write the correct answers. many.Vocabulary bingo T asks her SS how they are feeling and then introduces them into the lesson. SS decide in groups and show the correct card. S-S. any. MATERIALS: flashcards. MATERIALS: flashcards. 2 INTERACTION: T-S. they cross it. worksheet Skills: reading. Then they have to circle the correct version (Past Simple or Past Continuous) in exercise no.
S-S. INTERACTION: T-S. 3 on the worksheet) Skills: listening. S-T ORGANISATION: pair work TIME: 5 min OBJECTIVE : to revise nationalities MATERIALS: crossword puzzle. poster. Time: 1 min 3 . gapped text (exercise no. SS have to do the exercise as quickly as possible. INTERACTION: T-S.ACTIVITY 5: Crossword puzzle T shows students some pictures of famous landmarks/ products/ places/ people and asks students to name the nationality for each of them. S-T ORGANISATION: individual work TIME: 7 min OBJECTIVE : to revise specific vocabulary related to telephone conversations MATERIALS: laptop. cardboard mobile phones Skills: speaking. writing ACTIVITY 7: Role-play Based on the conversation they have listened to. but they have to prepare for next time because they are having a test. The pair that finishes the first and within the time limit is the winner. listening EVALUATION AND FEEDBACK: T gives feedback for the entire class and announces SS that they don’t have any homework. INTERACTION: S-S ORGANISATION: pair work TIME: 5 min OBJECTIVE : to revise specific vocabulary related to telephone conversations and to use it in pretend telephone conversations MATERIALS: role-play cards. reading. They have to read the clues and fill in the correct nationality and they have to do this as fast as they can because there is a time limit. T asks SS to write the correct answers in the big crossword puzzle placed by T on the blackboard. The they report to the class. SS are given a crossword puzzle related to nationalities . flashcards Skills: reading. writing ACTIVITY 6: Telephone conversations T tells students that they are going to listen to a telephone conversation and they have to fill in a text with the missing words. SS will receive cardboard mobile phones and roleplay cards and take turns to pretend to phone each other and have a conversation choosing different activities and times each time.