Lesson Plan 10 To 18

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Lesson Plan 10 To 18

  1. 1. Lesson plan 10<br /><ul><li>Date: November 2nd, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary schoolSkill: Writing and reading.Expected Outcomes: -Students will apply all the content learned during the “Friends and Family” unit development. -Students will know and use information about “have got” in affirmative and negative sentences.Resources: Whiteboard, teacher’s voice, markers, book, dictionary, pen, copybook, unit test, “have got” handout.IntroductionCore of the classPre-stage While-stagePost-stageClosing Time10 min10 min30 min5 min30 min5 minCommentsStudents will hear the teacher calling the role. The class book will be signed by the teacher and the class content will be written in the class book. Students will listen to the teacher deliver the instructions for today’s activity and class objectives.Students will listen to the teacher to deliver the instructions for the unit test.Students will be asked to ask questions about the test structure.Students will be asked to develop the test individually.Students will be asked to hand the tests in.Students will receive a piece of paper with information about the use of “have got” in affirmative and negative sentences.Students will listen to the teacher to explain the use of “have got” through examples in order to apply the new information in the handout.Students will be asked to develop the short activities included.Students will listen to the teacher to check the answers orally.Students will be asked to mention what they learned in today’s lesson.</li></ul>Lesson plan 11<br /><ul><li>Date: November 6th, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary schoolSkill: Writing, reading and speaking.Expected Outcomes: Students will use “have got” in affirmative and negative sentences and recognize the vocabulary related to technical equipment such us television, computer, etc...Resources: Whiteboard, teacher’s voice, markers, book, dictionary, pen, copybook, laptop, projector “data show”, have got handout, homework handout.IntroductionCore of the classPre-stage While-stagePost-stageClosing Time5 min10 min5 min15 min5 min5 min5 minCommentsStudents will hear the teacher to call the role. The class book will be signed by the teacher and the class content will be written in the class book. Students will listen to the teacher deliver the instructions for today’s activity and class objectives.Students will watch a power point presentation that illustrates the vocabulary used and needed in the unit and examples of the use of “have got”.Students will be asked to say and the name of the objects presented in the power point presentation.Each student will be asked to make an exercise on the whiteboard related to “have got” and the vocabulary. Students will be asked to work in pairs in a short dialogue.Students will be asked to present the dialogue in front of the class.Students will receive a handout in order to practice at home.</li></ul>Lesson plan 12<br />Date: November 9th, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary schoolSkill: Resources: No classes due to an appointment in the Ministry of EducationComments<br />Lesson plan 13<br /><ul><li>Date: November 13th, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary schoolSkill: Speaking, reading and writing.Expected Outcomes: Students will know how to make questions with “have got” and “has got”. Besides, students will know vocabulary related to animals.Resources: Whiteboard, teacher’s voice, markers, book, dictionary, pen, copybook, animals’ flashcards, and a set of words to create sentences.IntroductionCore of the classPre-stage While-stagePost-stageClosing Time5 min5 min5 min10 min10 min10 minCommentsStudents will hear the teacher to call the role. The class book will be signed by the teacher and the class content will be written in the class book. Students will listen to the teacher deliver the instructions for today’s activity and class objectives.Students will watch some animal’s flashcards.Every student will be asked to say the name of the animal shown in the flashcard.Every student will be asked to keep a flashcard in order to play a game.Student will listen to the teacher to model the structure of questions about “have got” and “has got”, and short answers.Each student will be asked to answer a question using the “have got” and “has got” structure and short answers.Students will play a game with a set of words in teams creating: an affirmative sentence, a negative sentence and a question using “have got” and “has got”.</li></ul>Lesson plan 14<br /><ul><li>Date: November 16th, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary schoolSkill: Listening, Reading and writing.Expected Outcomes: Students will apply all the information learnt related to “have got” and “has got”. Besides, students will apply and use the vocabulary related to animalsResources: Whiteboard, teacher’s voice, markers, book, dictionary, pen, copybook, animals’ flashcards, quiz, song about animals with lyrics.IntroductionCore of the classPre-stage While-stagePost-stageClosing Time10 min5 min5 min10 min10 min10 min30 min10 minCommentsStudents will hear the teacher to call the role. The class book will be signed by the teacher and the class content will be written in the class book. Students will listen to the teacher deliver the instructions for today’s activity and class objectives.Students will watch some animal’s flashcards in order to review last class lesson.Students will be asked to name the animals in order to see how much they remember about last lesson.Students will excersice making questions with have got and has got.Student will receive a song lyric about the animals. They will be asked to complete the lyric.Students will listen to the song in order to check their answers.Students will be asked to develop a quiz related to the content learned in the unit.Students will receive instruction for the oral presentation due to next week.</li></ul>Lesson plan 15<br /><ul><li>Date: November 20th, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary schoolSkill: Listening, reading, and writingExpected Outcomes: Students will know about the adjective and their position in the sentences. Students will also use “have got and has got” in relation to the adjectivesResources: Whiteboard, teacher’s voice, markers, book, dictionary, pen, copybook, data projector, a set of words to create senteces.IntroductionCore of the classPre-stage While-stagePost-stageClosing Time5 min10 min10 min5 min15 minCommentsThe teacher will hear the teacher to call the role.Students will listen to the teacher to deliver the instructions for today’s activity and class objectives.Students will watch a power point presentation about the adjectives and their position in the sentence.Students will be asked to develop some exercises on the whiteboard related to the adjectives.Students will be asked to create their own sentences using the adjectives orally.Students will play a game with a set of words in teams creating: an affirmative sentence, a negative sentence and a question using “have got” and “has got”.</li></ul>Lesson plan 15<br /><ul><li>Date: November 20th, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary schoolSkill: Listening, reading, and writingExpected Outcomes: Students will know about the adjective and their position in the sentences. Students will also use “have got and has got” in relation to the adjectivesResources: Whiteboard, teacher’s voice, markers, book, dictionary, pen, copybook, data projector, a set of words to create senteces.IntroductionCore of the classPre-stage While-stagePost-stageClosing Time5 min10 min10 min5 min15 minCommentsThe teacher will hear the teacher to call the role.Students will listen to the teacher to deliver the instructions for today’s activity and class objectives.Students will watch a power point presentation about the adjectives and their position in the sentence.Students will be asked to develop some exercises on the whiteboard related to the adjectives.Students will be asked to create their own sentences using the adjectives orally.Students will play a game with a set of words in teams creating: an affirmative sentence, a negative sentence and a question using “have got” and “has got”.</li></ul>Lesson plan 17<br /><ul><li>Date: November 27th, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary schoolSkill: Reading, writing, and listening.Expected Outcomes: Students will apply the content learned in the unit.Resources: Whiteboard, teacher’s voice, markers, book, dictionary, pen, copybook, handout IntroductionCore of the classPre-stage While-stagePost-stageClosing Time5 min10 min10 min5 min15 minCommentsStudents will hear the teacher to call the role. Students will listen to the teacher deliver the instructions for today’s activity and class objectives.Students will listen to the teacher to read some sentences and they will complete with the missing information.Students will develop a handout about the content learned in the unit. Students will check the answers orally..Students will play a game with a set of words in teams creating: an affirmative sentence, a negative sentence and a question using “have got” and “has got”.</li></ul>Lesson plan 18<br /><ul><li>Date: November 30th, 2009Level: 5th grade of elementary school-Student teacher farewell -average grades on the class bookResources: Comments

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