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LESSON PLAN

Teacher: Helga Engsli


Level: Beginners
Stage of course: VI.
Theme: Domestic Animals

Stages of lesson

Activities - students and teacher

Reasons for

Materials Timing

activities
T greets students.
T asks questions: Who is absent today?
How are you today?
Are you ready for the lesson?
Students answer.

Warm-up

To create a calm The register


atmosphere

for

beginning

the

2 min.

lesson.
What was your homework for today ? Did you

Checkingup homework

Textbook,

do it? The teacher asks a few students to read it.


If its necessary , the teacher will ask them to
write on the blackboard.

5 min.

notebooks
- to correct the
mistakes

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Checking

T asks: What was your lesson for today?

previous

Weve discussed about the wild animals .

To practice the last


lessons words.

cards

10 min.

knowledge
Transition

to

the new lesson

T asks questions:
Have you ever seen a farm?
Did you enjoyed it?
Do you want to live in the countryside?

To introduce the
students into the Photos,
new topic
To
expectations

pictures
create

2 min.

Presenting the
new lesson

T say: The title of our new lesson is Domestic


Animals and you will learn about the life in the
countryside.
What kind of domestic animals do you know?
Identify them solving this test/ exercise, writing

To

encourage Pictures,
students to talk cards,
using

the

new

15 min.

posters,

words

the correct number next to the animal.


Lets list them on the blackboard: DOG, CAT, PIG
,COW, HORSE, HEN, COCK, DUCK etc. Now
lets learn wild animals using these cards.
The students will write down in their notebooks
the names of the animals and they will read the
texts identifying the unknown words.
The teacher will ask the students to work in pairs
and solve the exercise from the worksheet.

Practice

To

develop

listening,

writing,

reading

and

speaking skills

practice that they


learnt

The teacher will give to the students a short test to


check if they understood the new lesson.
Then the teacher will make a short appreciation.

Evaluation

9 min.

To make students to

worksheets
5 min.

To appreciate the
students work
To give students the

Home

The Ss will receive as homework to make a

opportunity

assignment:

project about their pets.

practice

to

language

for expressing their


opinions

General aims:
By the end of the lesson the students will be able to:
-to understand, read and write new words enriching their vocabulary
-to identify and describe domestic animals using adjectives, colors and the
suitable verb tenses
-to ask or give information identifying different domestic animals
- develop speaking skills by expressing their opinions
- be aware that this language has a grammar and we must learn its theory to
practice it correctly

2 min.

- get to know more about themselves by sharing their experience


Presentation mood:
-I try to create a friendly atmosphere and I find the presence of self-confidence in
my pupils eyes.
- I speak in a natural and moderate voice to assure the pupils that all is right and
under the control
-

I focus on all my students to maintain the eye contact with them; they must feel
that all their problems and actions are important;

I use one of my hand to gesture emphatically; I relaxed my arms, nod my head


to the speaker

I smile gently when one of the pupils tells a humorous adventure referring to
the farms life

Teaching techniques:
- I like to use: the conversation, exercises, the observation, the dialogue, the
Brain-storming, etc.
- I need to be aware that all the students are beginners; I let them to be active.
- Language teaching becomes enjoyable and more effective by singing songs for
each major topic and playing games in pair with cards or in groups;
-I need to be sure that students understand the new words correctly and also the
grammar
- I help the pupils if it is necessary
-I give them questions before teaching the new lesson (to offer them possibilities
to be active to talk)
- A teacher always gives clear instructions and he/she must to know very well the
subject matter.
- Constant revisions help consolidate learning.

Motivation:
-

The pupils approach is very important in order to attract their attention and
to motivate them. All the children like singing and playing. I used these
ways with success. Using pair or group works, pupils have a positive
attitude and a more rapid apprehension of the information, becoming
independent, acquiring a high sense of responsibility.

Pupils are concerned with things and activities that interest them: events,
holiday, countries, peoples customs.
Learning resources:

I always paid attention to the presentation, making drawing simple, big


enough to be seen by every pupil in the classroom. I wrote legible and
correctly on the blackboard, emphasizing with colour chalks the
grammatical rules that are important to keep in mind.

I use interesting photos which illustrate events and traditions, playing


cards to stimulate the pair work, which provides responsibility,
independence, cooperation

Referring to the grammar practice teacher must make a bridge between


variety of practice activities and structures in the context.

We use also the course-book that provides texts and learning tasks, which
are likely to be of an appropriate level for most of the class.

Practice activity must be in connection with the presentation

We use the Internet, the Ael lessons and CD-s, which offer variety in
learning
Time management:

A lesson has a limited time.

I set a time limit to the group work till I try to finish the activity while the
pupils are still enjoying it and interested.

Playing is very interesting, but this activity and its preparation take more
time and sometimes I cant manage it; however games are more
efficiently.
Questioning:

Referring to questioning, I keep pupils involved in discourse and ask


appropriate questions at the right time for encourage pupils selfexpression or to test their understanding and their knowledge.

I give pupils time and I command to raise their hands for permission to
speak before they answer.

I prepare a series of helping questions for effective learning; when


questions are not concrete it may cause problem.
Assessment and feed-back:

I always give encouragement to those pupils, who dont answer


successfully. By this way I can recapture pupils wandering attention,
promote success, and enhance self-esteem. The teacher mustnt break
their enthusiasm, but we must have high expectations.

I treat all the pupils equally with care and with respect when I assess their
acquaintances.

Feedback gives pupils information about the validity of their knowledge or


skills, which must have a positive emotional tone.

By the diagnostic assessment trough the formative, I obtain the final


appreciation respecting the syllabus.
Problems in practice:

Pupils might find difficulty in speaking, sometime they express themselves


incorrect in pronunciation and also grammar mistakes arent excluded,
too. I think that, problems are caused by the fact they didnt know the
grammatical application rule in order to expressing their opinion

They are beginners and some students may not feel self-confident about
their pronunciation and refuse interaction.

I assessed the situation and I prepare more explanations.

I try to solve the discipline problems giving black points which influenced
badly their grades.