Skills Contents Methodology andStrategiesResources Evaluation TimeListening forpronunciationmistakeswhilereading.For specificinformation.Reading forSpecificinformationandunderstandingwordsthroughcontext.Speaking todiscusscritically Ss’points ofview and toask andanswerquestionsrelated withthe topic.Writing Ss’points ofview andansweringquestions.ConceptualVocabulary relatedwith justice: prison,offender, crime,commit a crime,damage, victim,community,apologize, heal, andaffect someone.ProceduralPredicting the topic.Sharing information.Discussing andjustifying Ss` pointsof view.Background andvocabulary.Understandingwords throughcontext.AttitudinalTo respect anddemand peoplerights.Pre- requirements:Warm up activity:“What are you doing?”In pars SA will ask SBWhat are you doing?SB responds by naming whatever action comesto his/her mind, e.g.I’m dancing in a disco.Then SA immediately starts performingwhatever action the other player named.ReviewT will ask some examples about comparativeadjectives.John is taller than PeterPre-teachingPredicting. Listen to an interview and answerthe questions:What does Laura Chang Do?What is mistaken identity?While teachingRead the FAQs about DNA databases.Read each statement, and then circle thecorrect definition of the underlined word.L&S book pg. 63Post teachingSs’ bookMarkersBoardWorksheets.Task 1. – Ss have to beable to answer thequestions and justify theirideas critically.Task 2. – Ss have to beable to listen andunderstand academic textsand comment about them..5 minutes10minutes05minutes15minutes
LESSON PLAN1.- INFORMATION DATA: Institution: Universidad Nacional de Chimborazo Teacher: Mgs. César Narváez Year: 4thsemester “A and B” School year: 04- 2013 a 07-2013. Date: May, 27th 2013. Subject: Language Skills III2. – CLASS ORGANIZATION. Area: Language Skills Unit: Two Topic: A different path to Justice Unit objective: To express Ss’ own points of view in written and orally, and to justify them in a critical way. Class objective: To be able to listen and understand academic listening exercises.3. - DIDACTICS PROCESSScientific knowledge.-Simple Past Tense.- Use the Simple Past to express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past.Sometimes, the speaker may not actually mention the specific time, but they do have one specific time in mind.
Short and full answers.-Question Affirmative NegativeDo we know him? Yes, we do. No, we don’t.Can she see me? Yes, she can. No, she can’t.Have they read the book? Yes, they have. No, they haven’t.Is he hungry? Yes, he is. No, he isn’t.Biography:North Star 2. Third Edition. Reading and Writing.