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LESSON PLAN

Teachers name: Ctlina


School
Form: 4th
Date: 21st April 2008
Level: Breakthrough
Type of lesson: teaching-learning
Language focus: present continuous: 1st, 2nd and 3rd person singular, affirmative, interrogative and negative; describing what people are
wearing
Aim: to practise talking about present activities (actions taking place at the moment of speaking)
Specific objectives: At the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:
O1- read correctly, with proper intonation;
O2- form questions using the present continuous tense:
O3- give short answers using the present continuous tense;
O4- describe what they/other people are wearing;
O5- find the right form of the verb;
O6- use the new grammar structure in sentences of their own.
Approach: Communicative
Skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing.
Teaching aids: flashcards, cassette, practice book, worksheet, textbook (Way Ahead 2, Ed. Macmillan)

Stage
1. Warm-up

2. Presentation

Time
Procedure
10
T shows flashcards representing different actions and asks questions
(What is he/she doing?).
Game: Mime the action
A student picks up a note with a word written on it (SWIM, PLAY
FOOTBALL, READ, SING, RIDE THE BIKE, SLEEP) and tries to
mime the action, without saying the word. T asks: What is he/she
doing? Ss answer. The game is played by several children.
Ss read the lesson What is he doing? and answer Ts questions about the
characters in the text.
10

O1
3.Oral practice

O2 10
O3

O4

T asks Ss to look in their books (p.82). Look at Meg! Is she writing?


Can you see Tom? What is he doing?
T explains that Meg is writing a letter to her grandma and asks Ss to
listen to the tape and follow the letter in their books.
T explains the new words (to wear, pretty, the expression See you soon
and maybe other words pupils do not understand) and writes them on the
board. Then she plays the tape again.
Ss read the letter aloud.
T helps Ss to form questions about Meg and Tom and to use short
answers (Yes, she/he is. No, she/he isnt)- exercise 2/82 in the book.
Then she asks children similar questions about other pupils in the
classroom. Then she asks direct question; Ss answer using Yes, I am/ No,
Im not (Are you wearing earrings? Are you wearing a red blouse?
Are you wearing a watch?, etc.)
Children look at the pictures in the book and read the speech bubbles
(ex. 3, p. 82)
Lets do the same! T asks a pupil to come in front of the classroom,
then she says: I am wearing black shoes, you are wearing shoes.
Now you!
Another 2 children come in front of the classroom and speak about what
they are wearing (2-3 pairs).

Interaction
T-S

Technique
Closed-ended
questioning

S-S

Game
(miming)

S-S
T-S

Sequential
reading
Closed-ended
questioning
Conversation

T-S

Listening
TT

Explanation

S-S

Chain-reading

S-S

Closed-ended
questionong

T-S
Reading
PW

Dialogue

4. Written production

O4 10
O6

5. Evaluation

O5 10
O6

Ss work in groups. Each group is given a different picture (a man, a


woman, a child). They have to describe the picture (physical
description+what they are wearing).
Ss are asked to do ex. 4, p. 35 in their practice book (choose the right
form of the verb to be to fill in the answers to the questions.)

GW

Describing
picture

IW

Fill-in
exercise