Global Planning

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Global Planning

  1. 1. School: Triolet Dates covered by this plan: Third Term from March 25 to April 14 Pedagogical context Subject: English second language, regular group Cycle & Grade: Secondary Cycle 1 Year 2 School Board: Commission scolaire de la région-de-Sherbrooke Group characteristics. Group 36: 33 students 7 students have an attention deficit 3 students are enriched in English 2 students are weak in English 1 student is dyslexic 1 student is partially deft Group 38: 31 students 1 student has an attention deficit 1 student is enriched Most students are good in English Group 41: 30 students (25 boys & 5 girls) They are part of the ‘’Sport Études’’ program Most students are strong in English 1 student as an attention deficit, is dyslexic and bilingual Themes - Simple Future - Sports - Seasons - Irregular Verb - Lyrics - Board Games - In fifteen years I will…
  2. 2. Lesson 1 Objective: Methods & activities: Introduce the base form of the simple Date: future ‘’will’’ and ‘’be going to’’ and Lecture about the verb tense the negative form and the contracted simple future Gr 36 form of the future. March 25, 3rd class Activity Book ‘’Kick Off’’ Gr 38 Disciplinary competencies: chapter 3. March 26, 4th class -Interacts orally in English Gr 41 -Reinvests understanding of texts Refer to annex one for the detail March 31, 2nd class -Writes and produces texts planning. Theme: Simple future Cross-curricular competencies: - Adopt effective work methods - Uses information - To cooperate with others - Communicates appropriately - Achieves his potential Material Evaluation: Link to a lesson where the correction of the chapter 3 will be Activity Book ‘’Kick Off’’ - Observations done. chapter 3. - Make sure the students did their homework and finished the exercises assigned. Lesson 2 Objectives: Methods & activities: Introduce vocabulary and bring the Date: students to read a text and answer Read the text and the questions questions. with the students. Gr 36 March 27, 4th class Disciplinary competencies: Gr 38 -Reinvests understanding of texts March 31, 1st class -Writes and produces texts Gr 41 Refer to annex two for the detail April 1, 1st class Cross-curricular competencies: planning. - Adopt effective work methods Theme: Sports - Uses information - Achieves his potential - To solve problems Material Evaluation Link to next lesson None Copies of test Correct the reading comprehension. Lesson 3 Objectives: Methods & activities: Interact in English Date: Give instructions. Disciplinary competencies: Gr 36 -Interacts orally in English Perform activity. April 3, 2nd class Gr 38 Cross-curricular competencies: April 2, 2nd class - Adopt effective work methods Refer to annex three for the detail Gr 41 - Uses information planning April 2, 3rd class - Uses creativity - Communicates appropriately Theme: Season - Achieves his potential
  3. 3. Material Evaluation Link to next lesson Power point Oral interaction evaluation None Posters Questions sheet Observation grid Lesson 4 Objective: Methods & activities: Get the students to learn their irregular Date: verb. Hand out the test. Gr 36 Disciplinary competencies: Supervise the students and answer April 4, 3rd class -Reinvests understanding of texts questions. Gr 38 -Writes and produces texts April 7, 3rd class Correct the test together in class. Gr 41 Cross-curricular competencies: April 7, 4th class - Adopt effective work methods Pick up the test. - Uses information Theme: - Achieves his potential Irregular Verb Test Material Evaluation Link to next lesson None Copies of test Grade the test Lesson 5 Objectives: Methods & activities: Get the students to read and Date: understand the music they listen to. Introduce the project by talking about a song and listening to it. Gr 36 Disciplinary competencies: Then, explain it. April 8, 3rd class -Reinvests understanding of texts Gr 38 -Writes and produces texts Give instructions April 9, 4th class Gr 41 Cross-curricular competencies: Ask the students to choose to April 14, 2nd class - Adopt effective work methods songs and to start their project. - Uses information Theme: Lyrics - Uses creativity - Achieves his potential Material Evaluation Link to next lesson Homework: bring lyrics of two songs Continue the same activity next Handout and a biography of each singer. class. Lesson 6 Objectives: Methods & activities: Get the students to read and Gr: 36, 38, 41 understand the music they listen to. Underline new vocabulary and write the translation. Theme: Lyrics Disciplinary competencies: -Reinvests understanding of texts Make a summary of each song. -Writes and produces texts Write five facts about the singer. Cross-curricular competencies: - Adopt effective work methods - Uses information - Uses creativity - Achieves his potential Material Evaluation Link to next lesson Nothing Pick up the projects and grade them. None
  4. 4. Lesson 7 Objectives: Methods & activities: Get the student to invent a board Gr: 36, 38, 41 game. Give instructions Theme: Board Games Disciplinary competencies: Guide the students through the -Interacts orally in English steps to create their own board -Reinvests understanding of texts games. -Writes and produces texts Show examples. Cross-curricular competencies: - Adopt effective work methods - Uses information - Uses creativity - Communicates appropriately - Achieves his potential Material Evaluation Link to next lesson Board games Observation The students will play their Handout games. Lesson 8 Objectives: Methods & activities: Get the student to invent a board Gr: 36, 38, 41 game. The students play their games while the teacher walks around Theme: Board Games Disciplinary competencies: and listens to them. -Interacts orally in English -Reinvests understanding of texts -Writes and produces texts Cross-curricular competencies: - Adopt effective work methods - Uses information - Uses creativity - Communicates appropriately - Achieves his potential Material Evaluation Link to next lesson Hand-out Oral interaction evaluation None Lesson 9 Objective: Methods & activities: Build a scrapbook Gr: 36, 38, 41 Get the students to write using the Introduce them to scrap booking. future tense. Theme: Give instructions. In fifteen years I will... Disciplinary competencies: -Reinvests understanding of texts Guide them through their -Writes and produces texts brainstorming. Cross-curricular competencies: - Adopt effective work methods - Uses information - Uses creativity - Achieves his potential Material Evaluation Link to next lesson Handout Homework: bring pictures and any Continue the same activity next thing you’d like to include in your class. scrapbook.

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