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segunda-feira, 24 de fevereiro de 2014



Timing: 50 minutes

Main Goal: By the end of the class, students will have practiced more the compound forms  of indefinite pronouns "someone, anything, somewhere, everything , everyone etc." and learn new vocabulary and interpret themes using a song.

Skills: Listening, understanding (interpreting), reading and writing.

Topic: Compounds forms of the Indefinite pronouns: somewhere, anyone, somebody, anything, everything, everywhere etc." 

Prior knowledge: Students have learned how to apply the compound forms of indefinite pronouns.

Materials: Board, bonbons box boot, computer, mini music boxes, music and lyrics.
Motivate students to participate and to understand simple sentences in English applying the compound forms of the indefinite pronoun.
Give students more input about the contexts and situations where we can use the compound form of the indefinite pronoun.
Enable students to formulate sentences using the compound indefinite pronoun.
The teacher starts greeting the students and begins to explain a simple game they will play.
"Guess who is the famous" which the teacher calls a student to be in front of his/her classmates with his/her back against the board where the teacher writes the name of a famous person, the teacher gives just a single sentence describing the person in English using the compound indefinite pronoun like: "She is a blond woman born somewhere in Rio Grande do Sul and she is someone that usually works in programs for children" etc. If he/she does not understand it the teacher should tell in Portuguese then.  
The student without seeing the written name has to understand the clues and has only two chances to get it right. If the student guess it right he wins two sweet-stuff, the other students just answer yes/no. Each student will be invited to participate and go in front of the class. 
Song activity
Listen to a song with the lyrics and fill in the blanks in order to continue practicing the topic already taught "somewhere, someone, anything, anyone, no one, somebody, nothing, everything etc."
Work with new vocabulary and activate words they may know.
Improve their listening skill.
Elicit students to have an idea about the song by associating the words they learned.
Catch students' attention and interest in an artistic and creative way.
As the first pre-listening activity he gives students the title of the song and asks them to predict words that they expect to hear. Then the teacher writes on the board presenting the song's vocabularies and helps them to understand some of them. He hands out the lyrics and plays the song "Somewhere I belong" by Linking Park twice or three times when needed. As a while-listening stage students should fill in the blanks with the compound. After they finish it, they are invited to sing it all together following the music once again.  
Enable students to interpret the song by trying to find some about the themes that may be in the song.
Teacher starts asking what they understood about the song idea.
Incite students to exercise what they learned to get prepared for the exam.
Teacher advises them to study those indefinite pronouns and its compounds forms for the exam and for homework he asks them to answer questions 1 to 4 to page number 130.

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