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  • 1. LESSON PLAN 2 Teachers: Estela N Braun, Liliana Monserrat. StudentTeacher: Víctor Camargo, Jésica Perez. School: Escuela Nº2 Remedios de Escalada de San Martín. Timetable: Tuesday 16.40 – 17.20 / Friday 15.55 – 16.35. Date: 01/11/13. Topic: Water Cycle. Class Nº2 AIMS To review vocabulary introduced the previous class. To introduce new vocabulary related to the water cycle. To discuss the different ways in which human beings use water. To engage students in communicative exchanges. OBJECTIVES To learn new vocabulary items related to the water cycle. To solve a word search puzzle. To relate the use of water with their everyday lives. To learn the worldwide water usage.
  • 2. ACTIVITIES ACTIVITY Activity 1: To revise vocabulary and to introduce some new items, the student teacher will project a picture1 of the water cycle and explain it. Activity 2: The students will solve a wordsearch puzzle. They will have to find the words presented thus far. TYPE OF INTERACTION Whole-class / Individual Individual Activity 3: Pair work The student teacher will project another image that shows different ways in which humans use water, e.g. agriculture, public supply, recreation, domestic, etc. Then, the students will copy 4 (four) questions3 in their notebooks and will discuss and answer them in pairs with the student teacher’s help. At the end, the answers will Whole class be shared with the whole class. Extra activity: Individual The students will be provided with a short text and underline the key words of the water cycle. MACROSKILL TIMING MATERIALS Speaking 10’ Blackboard Flashcards Beamer Writing 10’ Photocopies provided by the student teacher Speaking/ Writing 20’ Blackboard Photocopies provided by the student teacher
  • 3. 4In pairs, answer the questions. 1 Do you use a lot of water at home? 2 What do you use water for, apart from drinking? 3 Does everyone have access to drinking water? 4What would you do if you had no drinking water at home? Reference: 1
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  • 5. 3 The sun heats the sea, the rivers, the lakes and water evaporates. It goes up and forms clouds. Transpiration from plants and animals goes up, too. Water falls from the clouds to the earth as rain or snow. This is called precipitation. Some of the water goes into the ground and stays underground. Do you know? There are lakes and rivers under your feet! Some water runs on the surface and forms streams, creeks, rivers, lakes and oceans. Then the water cycle starts again. *Now paint the drawing and underline in the text the words that you see in the drawing * *Activity suggested by the mentor teacher.

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