Griggio, Victoria – Rossino, Carolina
Informática aplicada a la enseñanza de Inglés – Assignment n° 3
LESSON PLAN
These le...
Students read aloud what they wrote about their assigned job last class.
Groups discuss about other possibilities for odd ...
• This part is presented orally, and they will be evaluated
• After that, they are required to hand in the project in writ...
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  1. 1. Griggio, Victoria – Rossino, Carolina Informática aplicada a la enseñanza de Inglés – Assignment n° 3 LESSON PLAN These lessons are aimed to teenagers from 1st year, secondary public school, more or less 25 students. They will be working on the topic “Unusual jobs”; besides learning new vocabulary, they will revise simple present and conversation strategies such as “I agree”, “I think”, etc. Students will have to surf the internet to find out about the unusual jobs we present and during the third lesson they are expected to produce and present a project on a new unusual job made up by them. Lesson 1: Usual jobs WARMER: • The teacher asks students what jobs they know and explain what the job is about (regular jobs). The Teacher uses flashcards to guide the discussion and suggests ideas such as whether people wear uniforms in their jobs or not, if they work with a lot of people or by themselves, etc. Students make a chart with the different jobs and the characteristics they have assigned to each one: place (outdoors, indoors, uniform, with people, in an office, etc) LESSON: • Students are required to get into groups (3/4 students per group). The teacher presents a poster with different names of unusual jobs, and assigns one job for each group. Students have to guess what the job they were given is about and share their ideas with the rest of the class. While one group presents its job, the other groups are expected to provide opinions about their classmates guess. WHAT NEXT: • Round up: Students write down about what a person does in the job that was assigned to them. They can do it either on a paper or in the computer room and save it in a “word” document Lesson 2: Using the web WARMER:
  2. 2. Students read aloud what they wrote about their assigned job last class. Groups discuss about other possibilities for odd jobs. They may have to decide if they agree with their partners’ guess or not, and why. WEB: This part of the lesson is going to take place in the computer room. Students sit in the computers in the same groups that were formed during lesson 1. Students follow a Web quest. • Students are required to follow the steps presented in the web quest (http://www.zunal.com/webquest.php?w=71298) and prepare the activities by using not only the resources they will find in the internet but other tools such as word processor or PowerPoint. • They will have to prepare a questionnaire and an article on an unusual job invented by them. In this part of the project they are expected to use (as revision) grammar structures such as present tenses and questions forms, apart from basic vocabulary related to jobs they know. • This may take more than one session, but they can do part of the task at home as homework and, if any doubt arises, they are allowed to send e- mails to the teacher in order to solve any problem, before the presentation of the project. WHAT NEXT: • Before going back to the classroom, they can exchange their works (no matter if they are not finished) among their partners to get a brief feedback on them. Of course, you can have a look at them too! Lesson 3: Presentation of the project This is the last part of the project WARMER: • Students are taken to the computer room to give their work the final details, show their teacher the results and solve any doubts they may have before the presentation. LESSON: • Students present the work they have done by following the steps in the web quest: they will act out a short interview, present the results of the survey and the imaginary odd job, by using either a PowerPoint presentation or the usual poster and different pictures or flashcards
  3. 3. • This part is presented orally, and they will be evaluated • After that, they are required to hand in the project in written format, either in paper or electronically, in a CD ROM or any other device WHAT NEXT: • Round up: peer review – the different groups will write an opinion about the projects, highlighting the weak points and the strong point of a group they will be assigned. The opinion has to be handed in. Links to be used: • www.unusualwaystomakemoney.com/unusualjobs.html - Last Modified: October 11, 2010 5:27 pm • http://www.articlesbase.com/marketing-articles/top-5-unusual-jobs- 910226.html - Last Modified: October 11, 2010 5:33 pm • http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/2484423/Ten- of-the-most-unusual-jobs.html - Last Modified: October 11, 2010 5:38 pm • http://www.mcsweeneys.net/links/unusualjobs/ - Last Modified: October 11, 2010 5:45 pm • http://www.myunusual.com/downloads/Unusual_JobsC.html - Last Modified: October 11, 2010 5:58 pm
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