Program: EIJ Siglo XXI Site: Fundacion San Andres Date: September 9th, 2011.Teacher: Ms. Garcia Class Level: Beginners Schedule: 1:30 to 3:15pmTopic: Basic Communication Unit: Family and friends Lesson: My FamilyCompetency Identify or use appropriate language for informational purposes (e.g., to identify, describe, ask for information, state needs, command, agree or disagree. Understand, follow or give instructions, including commands and polite requests.Objectives 1. The learner will correctly express and describe family relationships. 2. The learner will create and present to the class a family tree showi ng names and relationships of his/her family.Vocabulary baby wife parents father mother uncle male child/children husband aunt grandparents son grandmother daughter brother nephew sister niece step-mother step-father grandfather female guardian oldest youngest middle men women only spouse immediate family membersMaterials and Photographs of your family or picture(s) of family groups. Some pictures presentresources the possibility of what/where questions (i.e., What is the child doing? Where are they?). Computers Head projector PicturesIntroduction Write brother and sister on the board. Ask individual students how many brothers and sisters they have. Use a picture of your family, or a picture of any family, to introduce the lesson. As the teacher, make a quick demonstration picture (stick figures, perhaps) of your own family. Ask students to draw their families, using stick figures or more advanced art. Ask students to write each person’s name under his/her picture.Development Using her own picture teacher describes each person relationship with her and reinforces vocabulary. Ask students to label their family sketches with the right word for each family member (i.e., father, mother, sister, brother, me).Practice Show students how to create a family tree using PowerPoint 2007. Ask students to create their own family tree.Evaluation Ask each student to tell the class about his/her family tree.