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LESSON PLAN

Schools in Japan

GRADE: V B

LEVEL: L1

LANGUAGE LEVEL: A1/partially A1

LESSON SUBJECT: Schools in Japan

LESSON TYPE: Mixed

STUDENTS BOOK: Pathway to English

TEACHER:

DATE:

AIMS:
to practice previous knowledge and acquire new vocabulary connected to school life;
to understand the use of words and expressions in various context;
to discover grammar and vocabulary structures;
to introduce the Present Simple Affirmative;

TIME: 50 minutes

GENERAL SKILLS:
reading;
listening;
producing oral messages;
producing written messages;

SPECIFIC SKILLS
identifying pieces of information from context;
using information to solve specific tasks;
scanning a text to find appropriate content;

FUNCTIONAL AND COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS:


describing a situation from specific contexts;
asking for and giving short explanations;
expressing personal opinion;

LINGUISTIC SKILLS:
using vocabulary structures;

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using word and expressions in context with different meanings;

CULTURAL OBJECTIVES:
discovering different social contexts;

VALUES AND ATTITUDES:


developing students interest for vocabulary research;
developing students interest for different cultures;
building team work skills;

MAIN OBJECTIVES:

Linguistic:
identifying words and meanings in context;
using word and expressions with appropriate meanings;
using the Present Simple Affirmative appropriately;
Communicative:
asking for/giving specific information;
reading a text;
describing differences and similarities between schools in Japan and schools in our
country;
Socio-cultural:
understanding multiple meanings of English words

ASSESSMENT:
identifying correct pieces of information in texts and exercises;
answering to questions;
fill-in the correct information;

TEACHING STRATEGIES:
Materials: handouts, worksheets;
Methods and procedure: conversation, brainstorming, listening, reading;
Resources: laptop, wall projector, projection panel, internet connection, board, chalk;
Classroom organization: class work, individual work, pair work;

BIBLIOGRAPY:

1. Heath, Jennifer: World Wonders 1 Students Book, National Geographic Learning, UK, 2010
2. Heath, Jennifer: World Wonders 1 Teachers Book, National Geographic Learning, UK, 2010
3. Heath, Jennifer: World Wonders 1 Workbook, National Geographic Learning, UK, 2010
4. Youtube: School Lunch in Japan Its not just about eating!, uploaded by cafeteriaculture.org,
april 2015

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Stage/ Contents Students activity Teachers activity Inter Methods and Class Resources
Timing action proce organi
dure
Introduc Greetings Greet and prepare for class Initiates and conducts
tion a dialogue T Ss
2 Checking attendance
Ss take a seat and prepare their Checks attendance and Conversation Whole
Class preparation necessary materials ensures the necessary T Ss -class
condition for the lesson working conditions are
fulfilled
Participate to the conversation Asks for class SsT
information
Lead-in Presentation of the lesson Listen actively about the content Gives details about the
1 subjects of the lesson and ask questions if lesson T Ss Explanation Whole
necessary T Ss -class
Warm-
up Introductory information about Listen to the introductory Gives a short
5 the subject of the lesson information introduction T Ss Projection
panel
Watching the video material: Answer possible questions Writes the title of the Explanation Whole
School Lunch in Japan lesson on the board TSs -class
Its not just about eating! Participate in the conversation Conversation Laptop
Makes appreciations
on Ss answers SsT Wall
projector

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Activity 1
Task T Ss
develop Task 1. Introductory questions
ment about the picture: Answer the questions Asks questions about Brainstorming Handouts
the picture
- How many children can you TSs Reading
see in the picture? Read the text Whole
- What are wearing? Supports Ss answers -class
- What are they carrying? Explanation
Fill in the boxes with T for True
12 Task 2. Read the text out loud or F for False Supervise Ss activity SsSs Indivi
dual
Task 3. Read the text again Raise their hands to read. Observation work
and find out if the sentences in
the Comprehension exercise SsT
are true or false

Activity 2 Provides support for


Talk to their deskmate about the understanding the task
Task 4. In pairs, talk about the differences and similarities Reading Whole Handouts
differences and similarities between schools in Japan and Supervises Ss activity T Ss -class
between the schools in Japan their school.
12 as presented in the text and Makes correction if
your school. Write them down Write down their ideas. necessary
using the Venn diagram. TSs
Raise their hands to read. Supports Ss answers Explanation

Writes down a few


examples on the board SsSs Indivi
dual
Conversation work

SsT
Pair-
work

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Activity 3 Reading
Tells Ss they are going Whole
Introducing the Present Simple Listen to the teachers to learn about the T Ss -class
explanation Present Simple, its Listening Board
Task 5. Look at the pictures in usage and how to form
the worksheet and complete Write down the grammar the affirmative Worksheet
the sentences with the correct information TSs Indivi
phrases using their Present Asks students to solve Explanation dual
Simple form Answer the teachers questions exercise A on the work
17 worksheet
Ask questions if necessary SsSs
Gives students further
Look at the pictures in the explanation if
worksheet and complete the necessary
sentences with the correct phrases
using their Present Simple form Supervises Ss activity SsT
Raise their hands to read.
Makes correction if
necessary

Goes through the


answers with the class

Follow- Activity 4
up
1 Individual activity: Provides explanations
Write down the home assignment about the way T Ss Whole
Homework: in their notebooks homework should be Explanation -class Board
Vocabulary/32 on the solved
worksheet Ask questions about the exercises Conversation
Exercise B/25 on the if necessary TSs
worksheet

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