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  1. 1. Gilber Ricardo Castiblanco Moreno ricardocm18@hotmail.com Universidad Libre – Sede Bosque Popular “LESSON PLAN”
  2. 2. WARMING UP • AIMS -To give personal information about a famous character written, It means some examples. • PROCEDURE - Teacher shows students a picture about a famous character. - Teacher starts giving some personal information about this person, such us: age, where his lives, his occupation and favorite activities, etc. - Makers - Paper, pens and pencils - Picture • RESOURCES
  3. 3. PRESENTATION OF THE TOPIC • AIMS -Teacher tells the class that today they will be considering personal information. In order that students remember vocabulary about the topic. • PROCEDURE - Teacher asks what they think personal information is. Teacher writes on the board their ideas and shows the class the definition of “Personal information” “Personal information is information about you. This includes your name, address, telephone number. It can also be your school, the type of job you do, the things you buy when you are shopping and what you like to do in your free time.” -Teacher asks to students if they have doubts about grammar mistakes. - Content: What's your first name?, Where are you from?, What's your job?, What's your address?, What is your phone number?, How old are you?, Are you married?, What do you do in your free time?, What is your favorite food? Other personal information. I’m/he/she is, I live/he/she lives, etc.
  4. 4. ACTIVITY • AIMS - Students’ challenge is to write (on the pupil sheet 1) about their characters and give their personal information. Then, they will have to expose orally in front of the class, this information. • PROCEDURE - Teacher carries pictures about famous people and divides the class into small groups. -Teacher invites the students to choose a picture of a famous person such as an actor, pop star or sports personality. - Teacher asks to students to write down (on the pupil sheet 1) as much personal information about their chosen person as they can. - Pictures - Pupil sheet 1 • RESOURCES
  5. 5. RESOURCES • AIMS Invite the children to choose a famous person such as an actor, pop star or sports personality. Challenge the children to write down as much personal information about their chosen person as they can. Can they find all the information shown on the second PowerPoint slide?
  6. 6. RESOURCES • EXAMPLES: Those pictures have the description of the information that students have to give. It is two examples for the students
  7. 7. EVALUATION • AIMS -Students have to complete two identity cards, using the activity seen in the previous. but now about themselves (first person) • PROCEDURE -The teacher will give each student two identity cards. -Students must be filled the two identity cards with appropriate information according to each field. - This quiz will help the teacher to verify proper understanding of the subject by the student. -Evaluation sheets: These identity cards are designed to reinforce the learning of personal information. -Identity cards • RESOURCES
  8. 8. BIBLIOGRAPHY Book: Your rights to your information Author: Rachel Sparks Linfield Design: Paula Sayer Published by: Magenta Project Management Ltd, www.magentaonline.co.uk Prees CE Primary School, Shropshire; Severn Primary School, Cardiff; Watercliffe Meadow Community Primary School, Sheffield © The Information Commissioners Office 2013 www.ico.org.uk (Linfield) Linfield, R. S. (n.d.). The ICO Schools Project – Key Stage 2 Primary Resources. Retrieved 11 01, 2013, from The ICO Schools Project – Key Stage 2 Primary Resources: http://www.ico.org.uk/schools/~/media/documents/schools/ico-primary- resources-full-pack.pdf Evaluation sheets: These identity cards are designed to reinforce the learning of personal information. Book: New framework – Student’s Book – Cerl Janes with Ben Galdstein – 1 Elementary 2008, Santillana Educación S.L. / Richmond Publishing

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