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LESSON PLAN Date: 30.10.

2012 Course: English 2000 Teacher of English: Balasa Adela Mihaela Level: Primary, 2 hours/week Class: 5 Number of students: 16 Unit of learning: My family and my pets Topic: Domestic and wild animals Main focus: Speaking skills Time: 50 minutes Aims: - to give SS practice in speaking to introduce vocabulary concerning animals to develop fluency to encourage speaking The purpose of this lesson is to introduce students two different types of animals: domesticated and non-domesticated, and to give them practice in speaking. This topic is relevant to students because many students may choose to own a pet. Language functions: - asking things - giving information - identifying and describing animals Anticipated problems: - If SS do not understand the oral commands or the tasks, these will be translated into Romanian. Assessment activity: The students will be assessed on class participation. Resources and materials: Pictures or drawings of animals, textbook, blackboard

Activity 1: Warm up Aim: To introduce the topic and create a pleasurable atmosphere. Procedure: Teacher greets the class, checks the attendance and the homework. T asks a student if he/she likes animals and if he/she has got a pet. "Do you like animals?", "What animals do you like ?" Teacher informs students about the lessons aims and writes the title and the date on the blackboard Time: 5 min Interaction: T > Ss Activity 2: Presentation- Brainstorming Aim: - to enrich vocabulary related with animals and their habitat - to improve pronunciation Procedure: T asks SS if they know what words like "domestic" and "wild" mean. T shows Ss some pictures with domestic and wild animals. Then T asks SS where domestic animals, respectively wild animals live, what is the difference between them, what they eat. T explains what a pet is. Time: 15 min Interaction: T > Ss Activity 3:Practice Aim: - to enrich vocabulary related with animals Procedure: SS are given worksheets and are asked to work in pairs. They have to answer some questions about what certain domestic and wild animals eat. T checks their answers and/or students go to the blackboard and write the correct answers. Time: 10 min Interaction: T > Ss, Ss>Ss, pair work Activity 4:Practice Aim: - to introduce/recycle vocabulary and give SS the chance to be creative Procedure: T asks students if they know what certain domestic animals give. "What do pigs give?" "They give meat." "What do cows give?" "They give milk." etc Time: 5 min Interaction: T > Ss,

Activity 5:Production Aim: - to relax students To develop fluency Procedure: T tells SS some characteristics of an animal and SS are asked to guess it. "I like honey, but I do not like bees." "So, you are a bear." "I eat carrots and cabbage." "So, you are a rabbit." I am the king of the jungle.So, you are a lion I eat grass and I give milk. So, you are a hen. Etc.. Time: 10 min Interaction: T > Ss, Activity 7: Homework Aim: To practice relying on the information provided during the class Procedure: T grades some SS. SS are assigned to draw a pet and give details about it. Time: 5 min Interaction: T > Ss

WHAT DO THEY EAT? Model: What do cows eat? They eat grass. 1) What do zebras....?

They eat...... 2) What......bears eat?

They........honey. 3) What do cats...?

They eat..... 4) What......monkeys eat?

They....bananas. 5) What do rabbits...?

They eat...... 6) What ....horses eat?

They eat......