Sample Lesson 13

Lesson Plan

Class: I-1 Evening

Date/Time: Monday, April 5, 2010, Week 8-1, Session 22

Textbook: On Target 1, Intermediate, Scott Foresman English (Purpura, & Pinkley, 1999)

 

Overall Lesson objectives:

Students will be able to…

1. guess the meaning of the words in a context of which Ss knew its gist.

2. understand the difference between the past and past progressive tenses.

3. use the past and past progressive tenses correctly in an everyday life like setting.

4. listen to a story and figure out the timeline of the story.

5. predict the content of the reading from the titles or pictures.

6. summarize main ideas of a paragraph in chronological order.

                                                                         

Textbook Unit: Unit 5

Theme: Close Calls

 

 

Stage/Aim/Skill/Microskill

Activity/Procedure

Interaction

Time

 

 

IND

SEC

1

Warm-up

Mini-objectives

Linking & Transitioning

Listening to a song, “Hotel California,” which is mentioned in the listening activity.

 

7:00

-

7:05

 

Part 1

Mini-objectives

To guess the meaning of the words in a context of which Ss knew its gist.

 

Listening (Cont’d): Signal FM in Haiti

Ø  Listen to the NPR excerpt. While listening, if Ss hear words on the handout, write a check mark on them.

Ø  Match the meaning of the words on the handout with your partner.

Ø  Check the answers.

 

 

 

 

Ss ßà Ss

 

T ßà Ss

7:05

 

 

 

7:10

 

7:25

7:35

 

 

IND

SEC

2

 

Part 1

Mini-objectives

- To understand the difference between the past and past progressive tenses.

- To use the past and past progressive tenses correctly.

Grammar: Past vs. Past Progressive tenses

Ø  T explains the difference between the past and past progressive tenses in a sentence with “when” or “while” with sample sentences.

Ø  T gives Ss a pile of cards on which historical events were printed, and a S picked a card and asked his/her partner “What did you do when xxx happened?” The partner answered to the question from his/her own experience.

 

TàSs

 

 

 

Ss ßà Ss

 

 

 

 

7:35

 

-

 

 

7:45

 

 

-

 

 

8:00

 

 

 

IND

SEC

3

 

Part 1

Mini-objectives

Listening for time words:

Put the events in a story in the correct order.

 

Listening: A  News Story

Ø  Listen to a news story on page 48.

Ø  Do exercise 2 on the page with a partner.

Ø  Check the answers and listen again.

 

 

Ss ßà Ss

 

TàSs

 

 

8:00

8:05

 

8:10

8:15

 

 

IND

SEC

4

 

 

Part 1

Mini-objectives

- To predict the content of the reading from the titles or pictures.

- To summarize main ideas.

Reading:

The New Yorker, September 24, 2001

Ø  T shows the cover page of the magazine. Ss is asked how they feel and why the cover is all black.

Ø  Read a passage in the magazine.

Ø  T assigns a few paragraphs to a pair of students, and Ss summarize what happened in each paragraph.

Ø  Speak to the class, what happened in each paragraph.

 

 

 

T ßàSs

 

 

 

SsßàSs

 

 

 

8:00

 

 

8:05

8:15

 

 

8:35

8:55

Wrap-up

 

 

Announcement for the next session

Ø  Make some announcement for the next class.

 

T àSs

 

 

 

8:55

-

9:00

 

 

Materials:

Warm up: CD, “Hotel California”

Listening: An excerpt from NPR, “Haitians Find Lifeline In Local Radio Station.”

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=122948825

A handout for the vocabulary exercise.

Grammar: Sample sentences on PowerPoint. Strips written historical events.

Listening: On Target1 CD.

Reading: The cover page of the magazine from the website.

http://sites.google.com/site/cepi1eveningclassweb/unit-5/unit-5-reading

            A hand out for summary.

 Agenda on PowerPoint

 

Equipment: A PC with a projector.

 

 

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