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Name:_Ross

Name:_Ross MacKay__
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Time
1

Stage and Aim


Introduction
T introduces himself to
the Ss who in turn
introduce themselves
to each other.

Activity 1 - Lead In
T begins Activity 1
Ball Game.
Game.
Ss now introduce
themselves to their T
and fellow classmates.
T uses Cc questions to
ensure Ss understand
the activity.
Development

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T now changes the


game so that Ss can
use an adjective to
make their name more
memorable to other Ss.

Procedure
T introduces himself and tells the Ss his name. T also outlines any news relating to the course or
its modules.

Interaction

T: Hi, my name is Ross and I will be your teacher for this period of the day. As there are many new
Ss in the class we will introduce ourselves to each other through a game.
(T shows the Ss a small ball in his hand).
T: Can everyone please stand up and form a circle?
(Ss stand and form a circle).
T: I will now throw the ball to someone in the circle. How many people will I throw the ball too?
(Ss answer One).
T: The Ss who now has the ball will now say their name. Does everybody say their name now?
(Ss answer No).
Who will say their name?
(Ss answer The Ss with the ball).
T: Now, the person with the ball and who has said their name will throw the ball to another Ss. Who
will the Ss with the ball throw the ball to next?
(Ss answer Anyone)
When the next Ss catches the ball what will he or she do?
(Ss answer Say their name and then pass the ball to the next Ss).
(Ss do this activity for a minute).
T: Now I want you to say put an adjective that explains yourself in front of your name e.g. Tall Mike,
Happy Sarah etc. Do I want you to place a noun in front of your name?
(Ss answer No)
What should you place in front of your name?
(Ss answer An adjective.)
(Ss repeat the activity for a minute).

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T: Okay, now I am going to change the game a little. Before I throw the ball I must now say the
name of the Ss I will be throwing the ball to. Does the person catching the ball say their name?
(Ss answer No).
T: Does the person throwing the ball say their own name?
(Ss answer No).
T: Whose name does the person throwing the ball say?
(Ss answer the person catching the ball).
(Ss repeat the activity for two minutes).

Activity 2 Lead In
T now gives more
information about
himself by giving Ss
the answers to some
questions in the About
Me! section.
Development
Ss must say the correct
question to mark
answers on the PPT. Ss
practice asking
questions.
T asks Cc questions to
ensure Ss understand
the activity.

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T: I will now show you a PPT with six answers to questions about me. In order to cross off one of
the answers you must ask me a question correctly.
(T shows Ss the PPT with six answers August 16th, Seoul, Sculpture, Gary, Sri Lanka and two).
(Ss now read each word chorally)..
(Correct Questions - When is your birthday?, Where have you taught English or lived?,
lived?, What did
you study at college/university?, Who is your best friend?, Where did you go on holiday?, How
many sisters do you have?.)
T: If you speak a statement instead of a question will I mark off an answer?
(Ss answer No).
How will I mark off an answer?
(Ss answer chorally If you are asked a question correctly)
(Ss will be monitored for errors in grammar and sentence structure. Any problems will be dealt
with at the end of the lesson).
T now picks a Ss to ask the first question. Once this Ss is finished the next Ss may ask a question.
If Ss are too shy the T will nominate a Ss to ask a question.
Ss should be asking open ended questions to get the correct answer.
If Ss are using closed questions the T will model an open ended questions for Ss to understand.

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Activity 3 Lead In
T writes his name
vertically on the w/b. T
uses the letters of his
name to write
adjectives about
himself.

Development
Ss now write a
paragraph about
themselves. Ss write
their name vertically
and use each letter to
write an adjective.
Ss now use these
words in the written
paragraph.
Reading, writing,
speaking and listening
will be used in this
activity.
Review

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T now asks Ss to

T: So can anyone remember my name?


(Ss answer chorally - Ross).
T writes his name vertically on the whiteboard/blackboard. T now explains that he will now use
each letter from his name to make an adjective that explains something about himself.
(T writes his name and adjectives on the w/b as follows).

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Reasonable
Original
Superstitious
Silly
T: Can everyone now please take out a pen and some paper?
(Ss take out a pen and paper).
T: Can everyone please write their name vertically down the side of your page. Please do not use
the adjective you chose for your name in the Ball Game. Will you write your name vertically or
horizontally?
(Ss answer chorally vertically).
(Ss write their names vertically down their page).
T: What will you use the letters of your name to make?
(Ss answer chorally To make adjectives about ourselves).
(Ss write adjectives with the letters of their names).
T: I would now like you to use these adjectives to write a paragraph about yourself.
What will you do with these adjectives?
(Ss answer chorally Write a paragraph about ourselves).
(Ss now begin the exercise)
(T monitors the Ss and helps with any problems that arise).
T: Can everyone please stop writing if you have not already done so?
(Ss stop writing)

Ss

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read the paragraph
they have written
about themselves.

Activity 4 Lead In
The aim of this activity
is to get Ss interacting
with each other.

Development
Ss now must answer
there own question
when asked by another
Ss.

T: Would anybody body like to begin by reading their paragraph about themselves?
(If Ss are too shy to go first T will nominate a Ss to begin).
(Ss take turns reading their paragraph to the rest of the class).

(T gives out a post-it sticker to every Ss in the class).

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T: Does every Ss have a post-it?


(Ss answer individually).
T: I would now like you to think of a question you would like to ask another Ss in the classroom or
simply a question you would like answered. What will you write on the post-it?
(Ss answer chorally A question for other Ss to answer).
T: I would now like you to stick the post-it to your chest. Where will you place your question
now?
(Ss answer On our top).
(Ss attach the post-it to their tops).

Ss

T: Now the game will change a little. You will not be asking other Ss your question but instead you
will be answering it when asked by other Ss. Who will answer your question?
(Ss answer chorally I will).
T: Can everyone please stand up? I would now like you to walk around the classroom asking
other Ss the question on their post-it and try to remember their answer. You must also answer the
question on your own post-it. Lets begin.
(Ss stand up and begin the activity).

Conclusion
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T closes the activity by


asking Ss to answer

T: Could everyone please sit down?


(Ss sit down)
(T picks Ss X and asks him/her to read the question on their post-it aloud to the rest of the class).
(Ss reads their question aloud)

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questions.
T revises any problems
that arose in the lesson

T now revises any problems which may have occurred with grammar etc. throughout the lesson.

Wrapping Up

T tells Ss any information or materials needed for the next class.

T tells Ss any
information or
materials needed for
the next class.

Ss tidy the classroom.

Ss tidy the classroom.

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(T asks the rest of the Ss in the classroom if they can remember the answer to Ss Xs question?).
(Ss answer the question. If nobody remembers the answer Ss X tells the class).
(This is repeated for as many Ss as possible).

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