Sample Lesson 7

Lesson Plan

Class: I-1 Evening

Date/Time: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, Week 4-2, Session 11

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

 
Overall Lesson objectives:

Students will be able to…

1. understand more about stereotypes.

2. produce comparative sentences in conversational situation.

3. find a gist from the reading material.

4. discuss the topic based on the reading.

5. write a paragraph with a topic sentence.

                                                                         

Theme: Keeping up with the Joneses

Extensions: Using the comparative sentences in everyday situations.

 

 

 

Stage/Aim/Skill/Microskill

Activity/Procedure

Interaction

Time

 

 

IND

SEC

1

Warm-up

Mini-objectives

Linking & Transitioning

Give their homework back.

Stereotype Guessing Game

Ø  With a partner, pick a card written a country name, and describe the country with 3 comparative sentences.

 

Exercises (comparatives)

Ø  Ss will write 8 sentences using comparatives on the handout with examples.

Ø  Ss will read their sentences to class.

 

SsßàSs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ss ßàT, Ss

7:00

 

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7:10

 

 

7:10

 

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7:30

 

Part 1

Mini-objectives

 

 

 

IND

SEC

2

 

Part 2

Mini-objectives

Reading for gist

Develop an opinion based on the reading.

 

Reading Comprehension Questions (Cont’d)

Ø  Ss will look through the reading material in a minute to refresh their memory.

Ø  Comprehension Q: answer check.

Ø  A small class discussion about Q.8.

 

 

 

 

T àSs

T, Ss ßàSs

 

7:30

 

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7:45

-

7:55

 

 

IND

SEC

3

 

Part 2

Mini-objectives

Reading for gist

Develop an opinion based on the reading.

 

Grammar (not as … as)

Ø  Mini lecture about “not as … as” using the text book, p.25

Ø  Comprehension Q: answer check.

Ø  A small class discussion about Q.8.

 

 

 

 

T àSs

T, Ss ßàSs

 

8:00

 

-

 

7:45

-

7:55

 

IND

SEC

4

Part 3

Mini-objectives

Practice narrowing a topic and writing a topic sentence.

Transition to Indiv. Section 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Writing

Ø  A mini lecture about narrowing a topic.

Ø   Narrow a topic with examples.

Ø  A mini lecture about a topic sentence.

Ø  Analyze topic sentences in sample paragraphs.

Ø  Analyze their writings assigned last week. Re-write the topic sentence.

Ø  Read their topic sentence to class.

Ø  Practice narrowing a topic and writing a topic sentence. Theme: Neighbors or Stereotypes.

 

 

Announcement for the next session

Ø  Collect their writing assignment.

Ø  Make some announcement for the next class. 

 

T àSs

 

T ßàSs

T àSs

T, SsßàSs

 

 

 

T, SsßàSs

 

 8:00

-

 

8:10

8:15

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8:30

-

8:40

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8:45

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8:55

 

8:55

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9:00

Wrap-up

 

 

 

 

 

Materials:

Warm up: Cards with country names.

Exercises (comparatives): A handout with example comparative sentences.

Reading: Two handouts, “Women’s math suffers from stereotype,” a handout with comprehension questions.

Writing: A PowerPoint slide about the structure of writing. A handout with example paragraphs.

 

Equipment: A PC with a projector.

 

  

Anticipated Problems:

-          It might take longer or shorter to finish all activities. à If it takes longer, the last activity for practice writing will be cut. If it takes shorter, video clip about stereotype will be shown.

 

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