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Rebecca Wicker

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CEP Lesson Plan Template


Teacher/s: Rebecca Wicker
Level: I6
Date/Time: AM, 28th May 2015
Lesson #3
Goal: for ss to feel comfortable using relevant vocabulary to talk about car accidents and hospital emergency rooms and build
on their knowledge and use of the passive voice.
Objectives (SWBAT):
Students Will Be Able To
1. learn how to pronounce [] and []
2. identify individual sound differences for minimal pairs
3. learn definitions of vocabulary for car insurance, car accidents and hospital emergency rooms
4. read an authentic newspaper article
5. use the passive voice and refresh their knowledge of the past simple and past continuous
Theme: Car accidents
Extensions: Pronunciation
Stage

Aim/Skill/Microskill

Procedure
Learner activity

Homewor
k

Activity 1:
Homework discussion
Writing feedback

Ss read out the two


passive voice sentences
that they found in a

Interaction Materials Time


Teacher activity

homework
back
with
annotations
them
tosslook
and
at feedback
instructs
T
and
asks
make
to
corrections
read
out their
homework and ask ss for
feedback if they think it

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newspaper article online


with their active voice
interpretations

Warmer

Activity 2:
Bingo pronunciation game

is correct or incorrect

through
only
the
/i/ sound.
maze
First
star
one
tothe
finish
gets
ausing
goldto T explains how to play
Ss
play
bingo
listening
minimal pairs read out by the game T reads out
words and ss cross out
T
the words they hear until
they can shout out
BINGO!
Extra pronunciation
explanation for [] and
[], how to pronounce

Context
vocabular
y

Activity 3:
Vocab match

Ss match meaning and


T hands out vocab with
vocabulary in pairs in the meanings and asks ss in
context of car accidents
pairs to match them
WCFB

Reading
task

Activity 4:
Authentic text from NPR
about Dr Nash taxi crash

Pre-reading: ss skim text


for new vocab

Pre-reading: T asks ss to
skim text for new vocab.
T monitors throughout
activity and writes the
words on the board

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WCFB: T elicits meaning


from context of words
that ss identified from the
text
Reading task: in pairs, ss
read the article and talk
about what they read to
compare their
understanding

Reading task: T asks ss to


read again for meaning
and compare their
understanding of the text
with their partner.
WCFB

Post-reading: ss discuss
their strategies when
reading in L1 and how it
can help in L2 (ie
skimming and scanning
and getting the gist)

Post-reading: T elicits
reading strategies from
L1 that they could
transfer to L2 (ie looking
at headline etc)
WCFB

Activity 5
Car insurance

Pre-reading: match vocab Pre-reading: T reads


to meaning
aloud and asks ss to
match vocab to meaning
(at bottom of page)
Reading

Reading

Post-reading: discuss
reasons why we get

Post-reading: T elicits
reasons why we get

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Speaking
task

Activity 6
At the hospital

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insurance

insurance

Post-reading activity: fill


in crossword

Post-reading activity:
crossword

Pre-task: Ss go through
new vocab

Pre-task: T explains that


if you have a car
accident, you may need
to go to hospital where
you need to talk about
your injuries and
insurance. T elicits
meaning for vocab and
builds on knowledge
from previous tasks

Find Someone Who:


hospital context

Wrap-up

Ss tells T what they learnt


today

Contingency Plans (what you will do if you finish early, etc.):

Find Someone Who:


hospital context, T
explains that ss need to
add two more of their
own sentences

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Post-Lesson Reflections:

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