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  • 1. Methodology I Camila Barrera April 23, 2012
  • 2. Lesson PlanSubject/Unit:English, unit 3Grade:8thTopic:Life in other countriesGeneral Outcomes from Curriculum guide:Reading ComprehensionIn this unit, is expected that students read texts comprehensively informative, descriptive andnarrative, short, simple, related to the topic; that extract explicit information, that theyunderstand the main ideas of the text, understand the meaning of thematic vocabulary and newwords according to the context, and reflect about content. Also intended to recognize referencesto comparisons, opportunities and abilities to identify relationships between ideas andintegrate written expression referring to the text. It also seeks to read the text aloud towork fluency and pronunciation in the language.Oral ExpressionOrally interact among them and the teacher in dialogues and monologues designed to giveinformation about life in other countries and communities that make comparisons and relateto possibilities and abilities. It is intended that, in their words spoken, implementthe thematic vocabulary and structures of the unit referred to comparisons, expression of skills andconnectors to connect ideas, and to deliver in an intelligible form.WritingWrite descriptive texts, informative and narrative very short and very simple,which incorporate relevant details, using grammatical structures related to possibilities, skillsand thematic comparisons and vocabulary learned in the unit, related ideas in a coherent andcorrect spelling elements.Specific Outcomes from Curriculum guide:Reading ComprehensionRead and demonstrate comprehension of information and main ideas explicitly stated ininformational texts, and narratives, short, simple, related to living in other countries andcommunities: Thematic vocabulary recognition unit Identifying comparison expressions Read aloud with fluency and correct pronunciation
  • 3. Oral ExpressionOral expression through monologues and dialogues (eight exchanges) very short and simple,incorporating the functions of comparing and referencing skills and abilities: Using phrases and sentences very short and very simple Using the vocabulary of the unit related to life in other countries and communities Using adjectives in comparative and superlative formsWritten expressionWrite very brief descriptive, information and / or narrative texts relating to life in other countries andcommunities: Using the vocabulary of the unit Making comparisons using comparative and superlative adjectivesMethods: - The Oral Approach - Communicative Language teaching - The Silent WayLesson Objectives:The students will be able to: - Recognize the countries, nationalities and capitals of the United Kingdom - Recognize de thematic vocabulary. - Apply comparatives and superlatives adjectives in sentences - Know different places of the United KingdomMaterials: - Data show - Computer with Power Point Program. - Dictionaries - Reading document - Pencil - Blackboard
  • 4. ProcedureIntroductionThe teacherwill explain to the students the activity for this day.The teacher presents the topic “The United Kingdom” with a power point. Slides ExplanationFirst slide The teacher will do some questions to the students:  Have you ever been in The United Kingdom?  What do you know about United Kingdom? Possible answer: No, I haven’t. But I know that is in Europe.Second slide The teacher will explain where the United Kingdom is: The United Kingdom is known like The British Isles too. It is in Northern Europe.Third slide The teacher will present the real name of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:  The British Isles are Ireland and Great Britain.  In the Great Britain Isle are Scotland, Wales and England.  In the Ireland Isle are Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.  But the Republic of Ireland doesn’t belong to United Kingdom, only the Northern Ireland.  The Union of Northern Ireland and Great Britain form The United Kingdom of Great Britain and
  • 5. Northern Ireland.Fourth slide The teacher will teach the flags of the each country of the United Kingdom:  This is England and this is its flag.  Here we have Wales and this is its flag.  This is Scotland and this is its flag-  The last country is Northern Ireland and this is its flag.
  • 6. Activity 1The teacher will turn off the data to do some questions to the students.The students will have to answer the next questionsorally and they will be chosen by the teacher. 1. Which are the countries of the United Kingdom? 2. Which are the countries of Great Britain?After the teacher will turn on the data and will continue with the activity:Fifth slide The teacher will ask for volunteers to match the flags with their countries and capitals. The students will match the countries. When the four countries are matched the teacher will say the name of the country and its capital. The students will repeat:  London is the capital of England  Cardiff is the capital of Wales  Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland  Edinburgh is the capital of ScotlandSixth slide The students will have to match the people with their nationalities and then repeat after the teacher:  She is from Wales, she is Welsh  She is from England, she is English  He is from Scotland, he is Scottish  He is from Northern Ireland, he is IrishSeventh slide The teachers will ask to the students if they know any place in the United Kingdom. The students could say:  Yes, I know London; I went when I was ten years old.  Yes, know Stonehenge, I have seen in some pictures.
  • 7. Assessment Method:Each student will have to write on the blackboard a country, a nationality and a capital.The words that will have to be written on the blackboard are:  England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland  London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast  English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish
  • 8. BodyComparatives and Superlatives adjectivesThe teacher will explain the comparatives and superlatives adjectives and goes explaining themeaning.COMPARATIVES:Short adjectives/ adverbs (one syllable): ends in –er old older older than nice nicer nicer than Example: Athens is older than slow slower slower than Rome. late later later than cheap cheaper cheaper than big bigger bigger than hot hotter hotter thanAdjectives/adverbs ends in –y: become in –ier easy easier easier than Example: To take a taxi is easier heavy heavier heavier than than to take a bus. early earlier earlier thanAdjectives/adverbs longer (2, 3, 4 syllables): more + adjective/adverb Example:The hotel was careful more careful More careful than more expensive than I expensive more expensive More expensive than expected. polite more polite More polite than interesting more interesting More interesting thanIrregular comparatives bad/badly worse worse than Example:Tomorrow will be better good/well better better than than today
  • 9. Activity 2The students have to complete the chart according to learned. The teacher will give a chart forcomplete.Adjective/adverb Comparativeold bigger thanpolite easier thancheap better thanheavyAssessment method:Each student will review the copybook of the classmate.
  • 10. SUPERLATIVES:When the before activity is review the teacher will explain the superlativesand the teacher gives themeaning of the words.Short superlatives have “the” + adjective + “est” old the oldest cheap the cheapest Example: The church is the oldest building nice the nicest in the town. good the best bad the worst big the biggest hot the hottestAdjectives ends in “y” are become in “iest” easy the easiest heavy the heaviest pretty the prettiestExample: The whale is the heaviest animal in the world.The most + long adjectivecareful the most carefulinteresting the most interestingExample:New York is the most interesting city in the world.
  • 11. Activity 4The students will have to write sentences in their copybooks with superlatives.Examples: Madrid is the largest city in Spain. Everest is the highest Mountain the world. The Nile is the longest River in the world.Assessment Method:Some students will have to read the sentences in front of the class.
  • 12. Activity 5The students will have to read the article given by the teacher about United Kingdom.The students will read in groups of five, reading two places each student. They will have to readaloud.Instructions:  First the students will have to read and match the words that they don’t understand.  Second they will have to search the words in the dictionary and then read the article again.  Finally they have to match the superlatives that they found in the article.
  • 13. Some Important Places of the United Kingdom The Giant’s Causeway The Giant’s Causeway is in Northern Ireland. The area is made up from about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns which were created after a volcanic eruption. The name comes from the legend of Finn Mac Cool. The Stonehenge The Stonehenge is in England. Standing for over five thousand years, Stonehenge’s mysterious origins make it all the most interesting to visit. Portmeirion Portmeirion is in Wales. It is the most eccentric village in the United Kingdom. Portmeirion is a fanciful Italianate village situated on the North Wales Coast. The village includes a hotel, holiday cottages, a teashop and restaurant. Tresco Abbey Gardens It is in England in the Scilly Isles, is regarded by botanists as one of the most interesting and varied botanical experiments in the world. York Minster Almost every British city has a stunning cathedral, but York Minster is one of the most impressive. It is the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe and is situated in York in Northern England. The present building was begun in about 1230 and completed in 1472.
  • 14. Windsor Castle Windsor Castle is one of the Queen’s official residences in England. It is also the world’s largest occupied castle. The Eden Project The Eden Project is located in England, is one of the most exciting modern projects in the United Kingdom. The project has 100,000 plants in two giant transparent domes, each recreating different global climate conditions. Windermere Lake Windermere, is the largest natural lake in England, and is fed by numerous rivers. Bowness-on-Windermere is most popular holiday resort in the lake, is an excellent centre for boating activities, with over 10,000 boats registered.The Scott MonumentThe Scott Monument is 61.11m high and there are 287 steps to the top. It isone of the highest monuments erected to a writer (Sir Walter Scott) Balmoral Hotel In January 2007, J.K Rowling left a note in a room at the Balmoral Hotel to announce that she had finished the last Harry Potter´s book there. Now is one of the richest persons in the world.
  • 15. Closure Activity 6The students will have to complete a chart given by the teacher with the corresponding information learned inclass and the important places in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandComplete the information according to the learned in classes:Flags of thecountries of the British Isles CountryNationality Capital Language Important places
  • 16. ReflectionThe teacher will do a feedback about the contents learned, asking to the students:What have you learned today?The students will answer the question.
  • 17. Key Answers
  • 18. Complete the chartAdjective/adverb Comparativeold Older thanbig bigger thanpolite More polite thaneasy easier thancheap Cheaper thangood better thanheavy Heavier than
  • 19. Some Important Places of the United Kingdom The Giant’s Causeway The Giant’s Causeway is in Northern Ireland. The area is made up from about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns which were created after a volcanic eruption. The name comes from the legend of Finn Mac Cool. The Stonehenge The Stonehenge is in England. Standing for over five thousand years, Stonehenge’s mysterious origins make it all the most interesting to visit. Portmeirion Portmeirion is in Wales. It is the most eccentric village in the United Kingdom. Portmeirion is a fanciful Italianate village situated on the North Wales Coast. The village includes a hotel, holiday cottages, a teashop and restaurant. Tresco Abbey Gardens It is in England in the Scilly Isles, is regarded by botanists as one of the most interesting and the most varied botanical experiments in the world. York Minster Almost every British city has a stunning cathedral, but York Minster is one of the most impressive. It is the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe and is situated in York in Northern England. The present building was begun in about 1230 and completed in 1472.
  • 20. Windsor Castle Windsor Castle is one of the Queen’s official residences in England. It is also the world’s largest occupied castle. The Eden Project The Eden Project is located in England, is one of the most exciting modern projects in the United Kingdom. The project has 100,000 plants in two giant transparent domes, each recreating different global climate conditions. Windermere Lake Windermere, is the largest natural lake in England, and is fed by numerous rivers. Bowness-on-Windermere is the most popular holiday resort in the lake, is an excellent centre for boating activities, with over 10,000 boats registered.The Scott MonumentThe Scott Monument is 61.11m high and there are 287 steps to the top. It isone of the highest monuments erected to a writer (Sir Walter Scott) Balmoral Hotel In January 2007, J.K Rowling left a note in a room at the Balmoral Hotel to announce that she had finished the last Harry Potter´s book there. Now is one of the richest persons in the world.
  • 21. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandFlags of thecountries of the British Isles Country England Scotland Wales Northern IrelandNationality English Scottish Welsh Irish Capital London Edinburgh Cardiff Belfast Important The Stonehenge. The Scott Portmeiron The Giant’sthings and Monument. Causeway places Tresco Abbey Gardens. Balmoral Hotel. York Minster. The Eden Project. Windermere Lake. Windsor Castle