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UNITATEA DE NVMNT: LICEUL REFORMAT WESSELENYI ZALU

DISCIPLINA: LIMBA ENGLEZ


NUME PROFESOR : TUNYOGI ANDREA
DATA: 29.11.2016.

LESSON PLAN
DESCRIPTION OF THE CLASS:

CLASS/ PROFIL: IX, L1


NUMBER OF CLASSES PER WEEK: 2h
NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 21
LEVEL: Upper-Intermediate
TITLE OF THE LESSON: Unit 5: Word families

OBJECTIVES:
By the end of the lesson the students will be able to:
1. Recognize nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs.
2. Form new word categories by adding suffixes to them.
3. Use word families in everyday speech.

LANGUAGE/SKILLS TAUGHT (during the lesson):


Writing;

MATERIALS: (including textbook, handouts, links, etc.,)


Students book: Going for Gold;

ANTICIPATED PROBLEMS
- with students: students who do not have enough grammar knowledge may find it
hard to distinguish the words in a certain word family.

- with tasks: some tasks may not be challenging enough for stronger students.

SOLUTIONS: - adapt the tasks to the students needs.


- include speaking activities to consolidate the newly acquired skills.
DEVELOPMENT OF THE LESSON

ACTIVITY 1: WARM-UP
OBJECTIVE: to revise students knowledge about word families.
lead-in todays topic.
CLASS ORGANISATION: whole class activity

DIDACTIC STRATEGY: revision, eliciting

SKILLS INVOLVED: speaking

ESTIMATED TIME: 10

MATERIALS: sheets of paper


DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTIVITY: Teacher greets students and divides the board into four columns.
Each columns heading is a part of speech: noun, verb, adjective and adverb. On different sheets of paper
there are words with similar root, but with different suffixes. Students come to the blackboard and put
each word into the correct column.
Teacher then explains the purpose of this activity, eliciting the role of suffixes and their connection to
word families.

ACTIVITY 2: USE THE DICTIONARY

OBJECTIVE :to encourage students to use monolingual dictionaries to check themselves.


to check the warm-up activity and correct the errors if necessary.
CLASS ORGANISATION: pair-work

DIDACTIC STRATEGY: self-check

SKILLS INVOLVED: reading

ESTIMATED TIME: 10

MATERIALS: English-English dictionary


DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTIVITY: Students form pairs. Each pair uses an English-English
dictionary to check the previous exercise and correct it if necessary. Teacher monitors the activity
and helps where necessary.

ACTIVITY 3: SENTENCE COMPLETION

OBJECTIVE: to use the words from the same word family correctly in different sentences.
to practice word formation through sentence completion.
CLASS ORGANISATION: individual work

DIDACTIC STRATEGY: consolidation, exercise

SKILLS INVOLVED: writing


ANTICIPATED PROBLEMS: students who have difficulties concerning grammar may find it
difficult to distinguish the words from the same word family.
SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS: use only words that were discussed at the beginning of the lesson.

ESTIMATED TIME: 15
MATERIALS: textbook
DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTIVITY: students solve individually exercise 3 on page 45, where
they have to complete each sentences with one of the words discussed at the beginning of the
lesson. They work individually. Teacher monitors the activity and helps where necessary.
Then, students discuss and correct the answers with the guidance of the teacher.

ACTIVITY 4: TELL THE STORY


OBJECTIVE: to consolidate new vocabulary

CLASS ORGANISATION: group-work

DIDACTIC STRATEGY: consolidation

SKILLS INVOLVED: speaking

ESTIMATED TIME: 15

MATERIALS: blank sheets of paper


DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTIVITY: Teacher instructs students to form five groups of four. Each
group has to write a short story using all the words discussed at the beginning of the lesson. They also
have to add at least one extra word in every given word family. Teacher monitors the activity.
The group leaders then share the stories with the whole class.
The last few minutes are dedicated to feedback and revision.
1. Read the five texts and solve the 2 tasks on the Type of Entertainment Feelings
right. (impressed, delighted,
bored, scared

A. A.

B. B.

C. C.

D. D.

E. E.

2. Use the following expressions to say which type of entertainment you would or wouldn't like to go to:

I'd like. I wouldn't like.


I fancy. I wouldn't fancy.
I'd rather. I'd rather not

e.g. I'd like to go to the circus and see the acrobats, they're so fascinating.
Going to the circus is boring, I prefer going to a concert.
Handout
Handout
Look at the expressions for SUGGESTIONS
Making suggestions Example
Let's.
Shall we? A: What are we going to do tonight? Shall we go to a
Why don't we.? nightclub? They've got guest DJs at the Sphinx
What/ How about..? tonight.
We could..
Would you like to? B: Oh no, not a nightclub. I've got to be up early
tomorrow. We could go to a concert. Sir Brian St
Responding to suggestions positively John is playing at the Sindication Centre tonight. He
That sounds great gives a thrilling performance.
That's a good idea
I like the idea. A: I can't stand classical music. It's so boring. How
I'd love to about a film? They're showing Rob Roy at the Odeon
I find.. fascinating at 7.30
I'm really keen on
Responding to suggestions negatively B: That sounds great. I'm convinced. Let's go there
I don't think that's a good idea then.
I'm not in the mood for
I'm not really interested in.
I just hate.
I find. Boring
I can't stand.
I'm not really in the mood for

Make a similar dialogue to the one above following the prompts below:
A: Making a suggestion: Cinema/ Rob Roy
B: Refusing and making a second suggestion: Historical Drama// nightclub, entertaining DJ
A: Refusing the second suggestion and making a new suggestion: rock music, not impressed
with the DJ// concert at the Sindication Centre
B: Accepting: thrilled with classical music
A: Making a suggestion: concert at the Sindication Centre
B: Refusing and making a second suggestion: classical music // nightclub, interesting,
entertaining DJ
A: Refusing the second suggestion and making a new suggestion: night clubs, not impressed,
atmosphere// Cinema/ Rob Roy
B: Accepting: amazing historical drama with Liam Neeson
A: Making a suggestion: nightclub, interesting, amazing new DJ
B: Refusing and making a second suggestion: nightclubs are boring // Theatre Royale/ new
exciting play
A: Refusing the second suggestion and making a new suggestion: bored in theatres// Cinema/
Rob Roy
B: Accepting: amazing historical drama with Liam Neeson
A: Making a suggestion: Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs/amusing performance/ Theatre
Royale
B: Refusing and making a second suggestion: not very entertaining // nightclub, interesting,
entertaining DJ
A: Refusing the second suggestion and making a new suggestion: night clubs, not impressed,
atmosphere// Concert at the Sindication Centre
B: Accepting: zSir Brian St John gives thrilling concerts.
Listen to the conversation on sightseeing and travel again by pressing the Play Audio button
and read along with the conversation. Review the Key Vocabulary and the sample sentences.

Man: So, what do you want to do tomorrow?

Woman: Well, ________________________ at this city guide here. [Okay] Uh, here's
something interesting. [Oh!]_______________________________ visit the art museum in the
morning?

Man: Okay_____________________ idea. And where do you want to eat lunch?

Woman: ___________________________ to an Indian restaurant? [Humm] The


guide recommends one downtown a few blocks from the museum.

Man: Now ___________________________. After that, what do you think about visiting the
zoo? [Oh . . umm . . well . . . ] Well, it says here that there are some very unique animals not
found anywhere else.

Woman: Well, to tell you the truth, I'm not really _______________________ going there.
[Really?]. Yeah. ____________________ go shopping instead? There are supposed to be
some really nice places to pick up souvenirs.

Man: Nah, I ___________________________ that's a good idea. We only have few travelers
checks left, and I only have fifty dollars left in cash.

Woman: No problem. We can use YOUR credit card to pay for MY new clothes.

Man: Oh, no. I remember the last time you used MY credit card for YOUR purchases.

Woman: Oh well. _______________________ the subway down to the seashore and walk
along the beach.

Man: Now ______________________ a wonderful plan