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Lesson Plan Template for Content-Based Instruction

Teachers Name: Abbie Symes/Thompson Deufel

Date: Week of June 22 26

Grade/Class/Subject: GHS 1 and 2



Unit/ Topic: Olympic Vocabulary Review

Time Period: 50 min

Lesson Title: Kyunghwa 2015 Olympics

Content Objectives: The student will be able to orally demonstrate knowledge of vocabulary words
regarding the Olympics by completing various verbal linguistic activities.
The student will be able to apply their comprehension of the vocabulary words regarding the Olympics
by completing various written linguistic activities.

Language Objectives:


(grammatical term and/or example, eg. Past Tense: The boy

went to see his grandfather;)

(in ing form, eg. Retelling a story )

1) Hot Seat
Reading of a vocabulary word
Explaining the meaning of a vocabulary

Soccer: A sport where a ball is kicked into a goal

Rowing: When you race in a boat with paddles

2) Descrambler
Completing a puzzle
Reading and answering a wh- question

Who won the gold medal in the 2010 Olympics?

Kim Yuna won the gold medal.

3) Categories
Comprehending the classification
Listing of corresponding vocabulary

Olympic Sports: Rowing, Soccer, Fencing,

Swimming, etc.

4) Break the Word

Recognizing letters in a vocabulary word
Creating vocabulary words with the

National Anthem: them, ant, main, mention, nation,


5) Fast Hands
Reading a wh- question
Answering a wh- question

What is sung after every sports event at the

The national anthem is sung.

Review Vocabulary
(previously taught vocabulary that
students likely need review of)

List of sports played in the

List of action verbs used in these

New Vocabulary
(new vocabulary to be explicitly taught
that is critical to an understanding of the

National Anthem
Hot Seat

Signal Words
(vocabulary that may need to be taught or
emphasized that link concepts in
meaningful ways, such as conjunctions and
time markers)

60 seconds
10 seconds left

By the end of the lesson, students will be able to comprehend vocabulary words pertaining to the
Olympics and utilize them in realistic situations.

By the end of the lesson, students will acquire a more expansive list of vocabulary words that relate
to and describe the Olympics.

Special Cross-Cultural Considerations: Include here anything relevant to culture that you will either
incorporate as part of your lesson or that you need to be attuned to in terms of your students background
to ensure a lesson that is culturally responsive.
Students may not have been exposed to the Olympics, so general background and knowledge of the
event may need to be reviewed so every student is prepared to participate. The different sports
included in the Olympics and the action verbs that describe how to play them will be reexamined in the
introduction of the lesson so each student has an even establishment of comprehension before the
activity begins.

Materials: Include here all the materials that you need, including textbook titles and the page
numbers you will refer to.
8 sets of country cards (5 cards per country), Country Flags, Whiteboard, Dry Erase Markers, Timer,
Projector, Projector Screen, Computer, Kyunghwa Olympics PowerPoint, Olympic Vocab Word List,
Descrambler Puzzles, Scrap Paper, Boxes of Tissues, Choco Pies
Lesson Sequence: This may be adjusted as necessary to accommodate unique lesson plan features.
For each step, explain what the teacher will do, the expectation of what the students will do, and how
long the stage should take.

MOTIVATION: Describe how you will build content background and introduce the specific language
functions/forms that you will target.

The teacher will(specifically what the teacher

The students will (specifically what the students
should do in response to what the teacher does)
Before Class Starts: Position desks in groups of
Before Class Starts: Receive a country card from a
Place ten chairs at the front of the classroom.
Sit in the correct location with their group.
Play Olympic themed music over the speakers.
Give country cards to students as they walk into
the classroom.
Guide students to sit at the desk with their
countrys flag.
Listen to the introduction of the lesson.
Present the Kyunghwa 2015 Olympics.
Express excitement for their country.
Introduce each country and team.
Comprehend the list of sports and ask questions if
Review sports included in the Olympics.
Review action verbs used to describe playing the
Understand the action verbs and ask questions if
Formative Assessment (How will you gauge whether or not students are connecting to the background the teacher
is providing?):
Frequent comprehensive checks, repeating of both the list of sports and the list of action verbs

II. PRESENTATION: Describe the specific techniques you will use to make your presentation of new content and
linguistic material comprehensible to students, to provide opportunities for interaction through appropriate
questioning, to engage learner strategies, and to assess whether or not students are getting it.

The teacher will(specifically what the teacher

Provide instructions for each activity in the order
of how they will be played.
Verbal and visual instructions will be reinforced
by physical demonstrations.
The following activities will be explained:
Hot Seat
Break the Word
Fast Hands

The students will (specifically what the students

should do in response to what the teacher does)
Listen to the instructions and ask questions if a
concept is misunderstood or not known.
Repeat instructions when asked to clarify key parts
of the activity.

Formative Assessment (How will you gauge whether or not students are comprehending/using the targeted
language forms as presented?):
Constant comprehension checks, offer to answer questions, accounting for diverse types of learning
when giving instructions
III. PRACTICE/APPLICATION: Describe the activities you will use to allow for meaningful practice targeting the
lessons objectives, the learner strategies you will engage, and the formative assessment you will provide to
gauge whether or not students practice is moving them along closer to the target)

The teacher will(specifically what the teacher

The students will (specifically what the students
should do in response to what the teacher does)
Lead each linguistic activity and provide
Participate in the activities and compete against
direction when students engage in the learning.
their classmates to try and win.
The order of the activities are as follows:
Work with one another when asked to cooperate
and assess another countrys paper.
Hot Seat
Hot Seat
Hot Seat
Break the Word
Hot Seat
Fast Hands
Formative Assessment (How you will gauge whether or not students practice is moving them closer toward
achieving the objective in a meaningful way?)

Numerous comprehension checks, provide immediate correction during games when an error or
mistake is encountered, repeat and review words or concepts that require further understanding, have
students grade and assess one anothers papers

IV. EXTENSION: Describe the student-centered activities you will use for students to further apply language
skills toward greater mastery of the targeted content and language objectives, either independently
or with a group. This should be an opportunity for developing higher-order thinking skills and using
language in communicative ways.

The teacher will(specifically what the teacher

Announce the winner of the Kyunghwa 2015
Review the learning objectives and remind
students that South Korea is hosting in 2018.
Express how this is the student teachers last
week, so students must visit E1 to practice their
communicative skills before the teachers
Hand out prizes to team members who achieved
first place.

The students will (specifically what the students

should do in response to what the teacher does)
Express emotion for conclusion of the game.
Listen to teachers restate the purpose for the
Understand this is the last week to take advantage
of having the student teachers at Kyunghwa.
Accept prizes given for winning.

Summative Assessment

(Describe the ways in which you plan to determine whether or not students achieved the content and
language objectives for the lesson. Be specific in terms of not only what the students will do to demonstrate their knowledge and
skills, but how you will evaluate what they produce.):

Each activity is self-contained, as the assessing of the students learning is incorporated into the
lesson itself. The understanding of the Olympic vocabulary words is required to participate in the
game, and the evaluation of the students comprehension will be conclusively tested at the end of
class by the reception of class-wide verbal responses to review questions.