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Ppp likes and dislikes


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Ppp likes and dislikes

  1. 1. Lesson Shapes: PPP lesson plan Names: Katherine Jofre Novoa. Teacher: Miss Carolina Rojas.
  2. 2. Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción English Pedagogy Teaching Practice School Class: Nº of SS: Date: Time: Length: Pre service Teacher: Aim: Students will be able to write and to talk about their likes and dislikes relating to leisure activities, orally and in writing. Learning Outcome: REF to Planes y Programas Exponent: “I like watching TV”, “I don’t like running”, Do you like camping?”. Target Language: Meaning: To write and to talk about likes and dislikes in affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences with peers. Use: This language is used in daily like when you want to ask or express your likes and dislikes. Form: Affirmative: Subject+like+verb+ ing. Negative:Subject+ do not+ like+ verb+ing. Interrogative: Auxiliary (Do/does)+ subject+ like+ verb+ing. CCQ: Do you like running? Assumed knowledge: Use of auxiliaries (do/does). Construction of negative sentences. Anticipated problems …..and Solutions Students may misunderstand the instructions Mispronunciation of the activities presented. Students may forget to put the S when talking in third person. Modeling the instructions before delivering the worksheets. Modelling and checking pronunciation through repetition chorally. To emphasize the S sound. Aids: Pictures. Projector. Markers Work sheets. Flashcards.
  3. 3. Stages PROCEDURE (What T and SS are going to do) Time (min) What I’m going to say LEAD IN PRESENTATION The teacher writes the aim on the board. Teacher greets students. Teacher presents the topic. Teacher elicits previous knowledge about vocabulary. T shows pictures of leisure activites T names the activities and ask the students to repeat after her. T shows exponent use writing the affirmative and the negative form on the board. T asks her students to repeat after her. T has some pictures of the activities on the board and introduces a dialogue eliciting the vocabulary learnt. T highlights the word do. 5 min 15 min Today we are going to talk about the leisure or free time activities that you like and dislike. What activities do you do in your free time? Now we are going to see some pictures about leisure activities. Repeat after me. Yes, I like or No , I don’t like. Yes, she likes or No, she doesn’t like.
  4. 4. PRACTICE T points at the word like to make her students to say it. T points at the picture make her students say the activity. T encourages students to give answers. T asks students to repeat the whole sentence. T changes the picture. T highlights the word does. T encourages the students to give her the correct parts of the dialogue. T presents a woksheet. T adresses a student. T shows a picture. T draws a happy face to elicit a positive answer The student writes the answer on the board. T gives the instructions. T delivers the worksheets. Now the students know what is expected of them; thus, the teacher allows them to begin the activity. Students can now individually rehearse the target language. T monitors the student’s progress closely. 10 min 15 min Teacher says do. A: ___ you___ ___? B: ___ I ___ ___ ___ Teacher says does. A: ___ she___ ___? B: ___ she ___ ___ ___ Now a fun activity. Teachers models a sentence on the board. _____ Can you help me? Do you like reading books? Here you have an example you have to write here if your answer is positive and here if it is negative. Here you have to write the interrogative form.
  5. 5. PRODUCTION T offers encouragement where appropriate. T instructs the students to put their pens down and supports her sounds that an action that enable students to understand. T reviews the student’s answers with them as a group, chorally. Ss have the opportunity to rehearse the sounds together. T gives another extra worksheet as a homework. T puts a picture on the board and write chunks of the dialogue. T calls up two students to demonstrate the controlled dialogue to the class. T encourages the two students to participate in dialogue. T shows a picture of an activity and encourages them to give their personal preferences as a response. T writes down 10 leisure activities and make the students write them. T organizes the students into teams and assign them a letter- either “A” or “B”. T gathers the sheets of paper and exchange them. T gives team A’ sheets of paper to team B’ and team B’ Pens down! This is for homework. A: B: ___ you___ ____? ___ I ___ ___ Do you like ___? Put everything away! Now write down these 10 activities and write yes if you like the activity and no if you do not like. Now stand up and everybody begins!
  6. 6. sheets of paper to team A’. T gives the instructions. T monitors the progress and assists students who need some help. . Now one you will ask their group’s members a question about the likes of the another’s group member.