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  1. 1. LESSON PLANPRACTITIONER: Manuel Ernesto Rivera.TOPIC: TIME: 40 minutesThere is/ There are Classroom Objects.Objective: At the end of the class SWBA to use there is/ there are in affirmativeand negative form. Also they will use the new vocabulary and the languageclassroom that will be presented during the class.Materials: Audio tracks, photocopies, markers, charts, paper, pictures, and Englishbook. Activities of learningWARM UPTo introduce myself and explaining to the students the guidelines of the course,giving extra information about the way we will work during my teaching practice.MOTIVATIONTo give students additional information about the topic using pictures,conversations, photocopies in order to make the class interesting.WORK AREAS + LEARNING  Students will write their names in a piece of paper and then, they will introduce themselves one by one in order to know all my students names.  Students will study the verb of existence There is/are.
  2. 2.  To present Ss the topic through the charts and pictures, using vocabulary that is easy for them.  Students will listen a conversation “I’m your new neighbor”-Interchange third edition, intro-track No.24, then they will work in pairs and will repeat the conversation with their partners.PRESENTATIONTHERE IS/ THERE ARERules:  We use there is/are to say that something exists (or doesn’t exist): The real subject usually comes after there is/are. 1. Use “there is” for singular nouns and things you cannot count.Examples: - There is a spider on the wall. - There is sugar on the floor. - There is an apple on the table. - There is a river in my country. 2. Use of “there are” for plural nouns; that is to say, we use “there are” with plural subjects.Examples: - There are pencils on my desk. - There are seven students in the classroom. - There are two pairs of shoes in my closet.
  3. 3. 3. To say the opposite (negative) we use “is not/ are not”.Examples: - There isn’t a telephone in the kitchen. - There isn’t an orange on the table. - There aren’t two pictures on the all.VOCABULARYNeighborGrocery storeLaundromatBarbershopShopping centerHOMEWORKSs will write 10 sentences using “there is/are” with the names of the objects theyhave in their houses in a separate sheet of paper.Example: - There is a bed in my bedroom.

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