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LESSON PLAN

Date: the 12th of November 2013


Teacher: Andronache Elena Simona
Class: 12 F (2classes/week),
Level: upper-intermediate
Time allowed: 30 minutes
Topic:Survival
Lesson type : teaching
Approach: ecclectic
LESSON AIMS:
Aims for the students:
Cognitive aims:

To practice fluency

To recycle students vocabulary related to survival

To speak about the topic of the lesson


Affective aims:

To encourage self-confidence;
To create a friendly atmosphere so that the students might feel encouraged to fully participate in the class.
Aims for the teacher:

To explore different communicative activities;

To practise methods and techniques which address different learner styles and multiple intelligences;
To explore the advantages of students learning from students;

TEACHING STRATEGY
Skills: integrating skills (focus on speaking)
Methods: conversation, brainstorming, , dialogue etc.
Class management: group work, , individual work, lock step.
Interaction patterns: T-C (class), C-T, T-S, S-T, S-Ss, Ss-S, , T-GG (students working in groups), GG-T.
Previous knowledge:

Students have already been acquainted with the future structure

Anticipated problems:

Some students might feel nervous and be reluctant to speak.

Teaching materials: worksheets, Longman Dictionary of English Language, pictures, a short video, video projector.)

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Harmer, Jeremy, The Practice of English Language Teaching, Longman, 1991


Scrivener,Jim,Learning Teaching,Macmillan Books for Teachers,2005\
Dimensiuni europene moderne in predarea-invatarea limbii engleze,MEC

STAGE, TIME & LESSON AIMS

PROCEDURE
(what the teacher will do)

1.Warm up
Greetings , conversation, introduction .
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Skills: Speaking,
Aim:
to create a friendly atmosphere so that
the students might feel encouraged to
fully participate in the class

TASKS
(what the students will do)

Greet the teachers.

to encourage self-confidence;
2.Lead-in
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Aim:

Introduce the aims of the lesson and the topic of the new lesson: survival, Actively listen.
group planning: Lost in the forest
Ask a few questions : Do you like travelling? , Where would you go on a Listen and answer.
holiday?, Why do you like nature?, Are there any dangers while being out
in the nature?

To prepare for the main activity

To
help
raise
motivation
or
interest(discussion of a video segment Play a video segment called :Top 5 outdoor survival tips and check off Watch and answer.
the conversational topics that occur in the clip: What does survival mean?
related to the topic)
To focus on vocabulary that might be What are the five most important tips for survival, according to this man?
useful in the activity
Which do you think it is the most important thing to make the difference
between life and death ?
I:T-Ss

Skills: Speaking, Listening


Material/Tools: video segment , video projector.

3.Set up the activity


2
Aim:

to organise and give clear instructions

Form groups of five


Get into groups
Explain the task and give clear concise instructions for the activity: Im
going to tell you a Lost in the forest story. You are a group of five people Actively listen
going on a holiday. Your minibus crashes miles from anywhere. Two ( a
man: Ben and a woman: Sarah) are badly hurt. Sarah needs urgent help.
Three of you (Laura, Alex, Daniel) are ok.
Hand out the maps and ask each group to analyse them and plan what they
should do in order to survive.
Dont write whole sentences, just make notes.
I:T-Ss
Skills: Speaking,
Material/Tools:, handouts

Monitor at the beginning of the activity to check


that the task has been understood.
4.Run the activity
Plan the speaking
Allow the students to work on the task without too
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much further interference, and monitor without Do the task
getting in their way but remain alert and help if
Aims:
really needed.
to practice fluency
Collect overheard examples of good and
problematic sentences.
to practice vocabulary related to survival
to promote students capacity for I: S-Ss, Ss-S, , T-GG, GG-T.
Skills: Speaking, Listening.
thinking creatively
.

Material/Tools:handouts,dictionaries

5.Close the activity and invite feedback from


the students
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to allow the activity to end properly
and provide feedback

Keep an eye out for the moment when the activity has finished and start a
feedback discussion
Provide feedback
I:T-Ss,S-T,Ss-T
Skills :Speaking
Material/Tools: handouts, notebook, textbook

6.Post-activity

Distribute pictures to individually choose items to take on a deserted island

Make a choice
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I:T-S, ,S-T
Evaluation: oral appreciation
Material/Tools: pictures

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Aim:

to do any appropriate follow-on work

8. Homework assignment
Ask her students to write a summary of their groups point of view
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to recycle vocabulary related to this
topic

Take down notes