Lesson plan 1 adverbs of frequency

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Lesson plan 1 adverbs of frequency

  1. 1. Lesson Plan 1 Date : Jun 1st , 2012 Level : 1er Medio Activity: How often do you do...? Talking about your daily routine using Adverbs of frequency Skills: Listening, writing, speaking Expected outcomes: By the lesson students will be able to use adverbs of frequency, responding to questionbygivingrequiredinformationaboutdailyroutineactivities. Also students will be able to write short sentences about daily activities done by themselves, their classmates, relatives or friends. Indentifying also the frequency adverbs rules used at the moment of writing and speaking. Resources: Worksheets, colour markers, board, dictionary. Time Comments: Introduction : 10 min Teacher introduces the topic “ daily activities” to the Greetings. Students asking How often do you do a variety Of activities they already know e.g. playing football, . Surfing on internet, go for a walk etc? Then teacher Provides the adverb of frequency worksheet upon the While-stage activity is based. While –Stage 20 min Teacher reads aloud the first part of the worksheet , “Adverbs of frequency worksheet: where frequency adverbs grammar rules are provided. He How often Elli and friends do ....?” puts himself as an example writing a time line on the board Writing some of his daily routine by using never, hardly Ever, sometimes, often, usually, always. Teacher asks students to work on the first part of the . Worksheetwhere the dailyroutine of 4characters appears, Meanwhile he providesassistance. Once it is done, teacher asks to complete the worksheet Now by doing the pair work activity at the bottom. Post- Stage : 15 min In order to complete the activity , teachers assigns Closing: a homework where students have to write down about Someone else daily activity using most of the verbs and How often do you? Homework expression given by the teacher.

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