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SCHOOL: ENGLISH TEACHER: DATE 13th March 2012 GRADE: 11th TIME OF LESSON: 50 min TYPE OF LESSON: Teaching grammar - Passive Voice METHODS: conversation, explanation, dialogue, exercise SKILLS: listening, reading, speaking, writing CLASSROOM INTERACTIONS: individual work, pair work TEACHING AIDS: blackboard, worksheets, posters, video projector. AIMS: - to be capable to identify a Passive Voice form - to be capable to put verbs into the Passive Voice - to be able to transform sentences from the Active Voice into the Passive Voice - to be capable to notice the changes that occur during the transformation from the Passive Voice into the Active Voice for the Present Tense Simple, Past Tense Simple and Future Tense Simple.

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Teachers activity
T. greets the pupils and then he checks attendance Who is missing today?

Students activity

Aids

Aims
To check attendance To check the accomplishment of given instructions, and to understand the name of the new lesson

Checking attendance
Warm-up

T. greets the pupils and then he checks attendance Who is missing today? T. tells the pupils 7 definitions of Ss listen carefully to the T. Blackboar certain things, in order to form the words: and write on the blackboard d, chalk 1 2 3 4 5 67 and on their notebooks the P A S S I VE respective words, realizing AN E UNOG that the name of the new I T A NT IG lesson is Passive Voice. N EC T RE E S R T I N G 1. a person who paints 2. a little insect that lives in the ground 3. a big amount of water 4. it is in the sky and it is hot 5. it is not boring, it is?! 6. helps us communicate and is heard by the ears 7. it is made by the hen.

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Checking homework Announcing the new lesson and the objectives

T. checks if the Ss had any homework.

Ss tell the t. they didnt have any homework. Ss listen to the teacher

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T. writes on the blackboard the name of the new lesson. Passive Voice . T. tells the Ss that they will learn the rules of the Passive Voice for the Present Tense Simple, Past Tense Simple and Future Tense Simple and the changes that occur.

Notebooks To check the accomplishment of given instructions Blackboar To make Ss. d, chalk aware about the items they will learn

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Introducing T. gives the Ss a new text and reads it. the new After that the T. tells the pupils to lesson observe the verbs and to underline them. Then he explains them that the respective verbs are in the Passive Voice. T. begins to tell the Ss the changes that occur: - the Subject becomes the person who does the action , but it doesnt suffer it (receives the prep. by ) - the Direct Object becomes the Subject. - the verb from the Active Voice is

Ss receive the text and underline the verbs that are in the Passive Voice . Ss pay attention to the T. and take notes.

Blackboar To observe and d, chalk understand the changes that take place.

written in the Past Participle or gets the ED ending. - the auxiliary TO BE receives the time and the aspect of the verb from the Active Voice. T. gives the pupils an example for the Future, Past and Present: Present AV We serve breakfast at 7 a.m. PV Breakfast is served at 7 a.m. by us. Past AV They delivered the milk. PV The milk was delivered by them. Future AV I will say a story. PV A story will be said by me. After that the T. explains to the pupils that there are verbs which can have two Direct Objects, so we can make two sentences in the Passive Voice. Then, the T. shows the pupils that the pronoun I becomes by me, you- by you, he- by him, she-by her, we- by us, youby you, they- by them.

Ss write in their notebooks the examples.

To understand better the Passive Voice.

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Acquiring performanCe

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Feed-back Assigning the homework

Activity 1. T. tells two students to go in front of the class and make o sentence with a transitive verb. Another one should put that sentence into a Passive form. T. asks the pupils to write on the blackboard the new formed sentences. The other Ss are asked to correct their colleagues, if necessary. Activity 2. T. gives the students, who are split into groups, to arrange the mixed words, to make a sentence and to put it inot the Passive. Activity 3. T. shows them a Power Point presentation with three images and they have to explain what they see, using Passive Voice. Activity 4. T. gives the Ss a worksheet with exercises that help the pupils understand how to transform the Active Voice into the Passive Voice. T. asks the pupils about the theme that they have debated. T. asks the pupils to make 5 sentences and to transform them into Passive Voice.

Ss do as required and correct their colleagues if they make a mistake.

Blackboar d Posters Book, blackboar d, chalk. Worksheet

To check if the Ss comprehended the Passive Voice.

Ss arrange the words and write the Passive sentence on the blackboard. Ss make sentences.

Ss solve the exercises from the worksheet. Ss answer that the theme was the Passive Voice. Ss write the instructions on their notebook. Getting a proper feed-back

PASSIVE VOICE

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