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quinta-feira, 20 de fevereiro de 2014

SIXTH LESSON PLAN

                                                                                          

Timing: 50 minutes

Main Goal: By the end of the class, students will have some notions on how to apply the indefinite pronouns "some, any and no/none". 

Skills: Speaking, writing, listening and reading. 

Topic: The usage of the indefinite pronouns "Some, any and no/none".

Prior knowledge: Students have learned some of the strategies to interpret a text and a song.

Materials: White board, box full of objects, slips of paper with explanations and dialogue and a homework activity.                                                               

STAGE
OBJECTIVES
TEACHER’S PROCEDURES
TIMING
 
1
Warm-up
 
 
Play the game "Guess what is inside the box" in order to immerse them in the topic. 
Engage students in a constructivist dynamism.
 
Teacher shows them a box and writes on the board the sentence "Guess what is inside the box" and helps them understand it and the dynamics of the game. He writes on the board the question students must ask the teacher, like: "Teacher, do you have any.....in the box?", "Do you have any candy in the box? Do you have any mouse toy in the box? Teacher helps them with the vocabulary and answers like: yes, I have some candies in the box. Yes, I have a mouse, Etc.    
 
 
 
 
 
20
 
2
The usage of the indefinite pronouns "Some, any and no".
 
 
Show students some of the basic rules to use the indefinite pronouns "Some, any and no/none".
Elicit students to participate in the role-play in order to situate them in a meaningful context.
Practice communicative skills. 
Teacher hands out the paper with explanations and a dialogue with the application of "Some, any and no/none".
He reads or asks students to read the explanations with the examples and in the dialog he asks students to role-play, in trios, the three characters of the dialog. He helps them regarding the pronunciation and understanding when needed.
 
 
 
 
 
20
 
3
Wrap-up
Review what students learned.
Teacher asks some of the rules they have learned.
 
5
4
Homework
Put what they learned into practice.
Teacher hands out the activity for them to answer at home.
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