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SCHOOL: Şcoala Gimnazială “Iosif Moldovan” Arad

TEACHER: Nicoleta Anca Alexa

Lesson Plan

Grade: Pregătitoare B (Step by Step)


Type of lesson: Communicative
Number of students: 24
Time: 45 minutes
Date: 1st, March 2017
Classroom Management: Student centered
Strategies: Oral communication
Types of interaction: T  S, S  S, S  T
Level: A1
Subject: English
Student’s Activity Book: English for Kids, Booklet

Lesson: I Like Pets!

Aim: the students will use the English language to identify pets;

Objectives: SWBAT identify the words dog, cat, chicken, fish, parrot, horse, mouse, tortoise
and cow as pets;
SWBAT use the verb “have got” in relation to owning a pet;
SWBAT use the previously acquired vocabulary related to family members and
colours together with the new vocabulary describing pets

Skills: Speaking, listening,

Assumed Knowledge: Students are familiar with:


- Using the structure “I like…” / “I don’t like…” for fruit
- Family members
- Colours
- Some of the vocabulary describing pets

Anticipated problems: - If there are any (e.g. unknown words, difficulty in understanding or
pronouncing some words etc.), the teacher will clarify them.
- Discipline problems during the game. The teacher has to make sure
the students don’t get too loud during this activity.

Materials: Student’s Activity Books, toy pets, box, fruit, crayons, whiteboard, marker, TV

Types of activities: whole class, individual work, group work;


Bibliography: - The National Curriculum
- Harmer, Jeremy, The Practice of English Language Teaching, Longman, U.K.
1991
- Mircea, Cristina, English for Kids, Clasa pregătitoare, Ed. Booklet, Bucureşti,
2015
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qh_qTOgkhY

LESSON STAGES

Activity 1: Warm-up; whole class;


6’
- Greetings (How are you today?)
- The teacher takes out an apple and says: “I like apples! Do you like apples?”
- The students answer: “I like apples. / I don’t like apples.”
- The teacher goes on asking the same using two other fruit.

Activity 2: Introducing the new lesson; whole class:


10’
- The teacher continues by saying: “I like dogs. Do you like dogs?”
- The students who know the word “dog” answer.
- The teacher takes out from the box a toy dog and shows it to the class, saying “I
have got a dog. I love my pet.”
- The teacher has the students repeat, paying attention to their pronunciation
- The teacher introduces all the pets by taking them out of the box, one by one,
while the students repeat

Activity 3: Game; group activity


12’
- The teacher divides the class into 3 teams of 8 students and draws a table on the
board with the three teams (stars, hearts and flowers). Each member of a team has to take out one
animal from the box and say “I have got a …. I love my pet”. Each correctly identified pet gets a
tick and the others a cross. The team with the most ticks is the winner.

Activity 4: Practice; individual work


6’
- The teacher asks the students to do exercise 3 on page 31 from their activity
book. The teacher says the sentence using family members and the students have to
match the items.

Activity 5: Practice; listening; individual work


6’
- The teacher asks the students to work exercise 2 on page 31. The teacher says “I
have got a brown dog.” The students listen and colour the circle (on page 30)
corresponding to the pet they hear. The activity continues with all the pets, using different
colours.
- The teacher walks through the class to make sure the children use the correct
colours

Activity 6: Ending the lesson: whole class


5’
- The students watch and listen to a song about pets and dance
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qh_qTOgkhY)