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With Instructions/Sample

Class Name and Level: Practicum Teacher’s Name: Alexa Valencia

Year 7/8

Date 09/11/2018 Time and length 11.05am-12.05pm 1 hour

of lesson
Language Storytelling Topic Narratives
Lesson No. 8

Class Profile
Mixed gender Background from Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Nepal and Russia
aged 12-14 Developing abilities.

What do students already know?

Students are already aware of past simple; past continuous; past perfect
Simple sentences compound sentences, complex sentences.
Countable and Uncountable nouns
Narrative Structure

Aims: To create a cohesive and engaging narrative following the prescribed structure, inclusive of a mixture of sentence types and
descriptive language.
Objectives: Students will:
 Finalise their narrative plans
 Begin to draft their narratives
Key Language (vocabulary)
 Orientation Resolution
 Complication Conclusion
 Sequence of Events Sentence Structure
With Instructions/Sample

Modifications/Elaborations for individual student needs/Differentiation

 Different levels of assistance from teacher
 Story Map

Timing Sequenced Teaching and Learning Grouping Resources

5 mins  Word Unjumble (at beginning of PPT) Individuals PPT

5 mins  Check student progress on narrative planning thus far. Recap the purpose of a narrative, the Whole PPT
structure and the expectations (outlined in last lessons ppt). class Story Maps
Blank Paper
20 mins  Ss to begin handwriting draft copy of their narratives. Show box realia to ss and help them to Individual
incorporate the idea of a box into story.

5-10  Ss to check-in as a class. Swap their work with a partner and take turns giving one piece of
mins Partners/gr
warm feedback and one piece of cool feedback (very general feedback)
oup of 3
15 mins  Ss to continue working on their piece of writing.
5 mins  Ss to stop writing and have 5 mins of reading and editing of their own work. Focus on spelling
and punctuation.
With Instructions/Sample

5 mins  Students to rate how difficult they are finding this task (fingers up in the air, 1 Inidividual
being the easiest, 10 being the most difficult). Discuss as a class in whole

Assessment of student learning

 Progress of narrative