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LESSON PLAN

TEACHER: Tanase Anca


LEVEL OF STUDENTS: INTERMEDIATE
CLASS: a IX a A
SUBJECT: ENGLISH
TOPIC OF THE LESSON: NARRATIVE TENSES
TIME: 50 MIN
COURSEBOOK: GOING FOR GOLD
INTERMEDIATE, PEARSON LONGMAN

OBJECTIVES OF THE LESSON:

1. to revise past simple, past continuous and past perfect as used in story telling;
2. to consolidate students’ knowledge of the values of the narrative tenses;
3. to extend students knowledge of question forms in narrative tenses;
4. to hear examples of the target language in context and give practice in listening for
specific information and retelling a story;
5. to practice story telling using the past tenses.

MATERIALS:handouts, coursebook, pictures.

ANTICIPATED PROBLEMS:

Ss might be tempted to speak in mother tongue;


Ss might be shy and unwilling to participate actively throughout the lesson.
Stage Aim Procedure Interaction Time
1. Check Encouraging Ss T asks the Ss to read their homework; corrects if S-T 5`
homework to develop self- necessary
discipline in
taking
responsibility for
their own
learning and
organisation;

2. Lead in - to consolidate T asks students to scan the paragraph, identify the T-S 10`
students narrative tenses, read the examples out and match S-T
knowledge of the each tense to its value(s).
values of
narrative tenses;

3. Controlled - to revise past Activity one: Ss are asked to work in pair, PW


Practice simple, past complete part one of the story choosing between
continuous and the different narrative tenses they are given, T-S 25`
past perfect as discuss their answers. S-S
used in story Activity two: Ss are asked to continue the story
telling; filling in with a suitable narrative tense.
Activity three: Ss are encouraged to use the
- to extend and prompts to ask and answer questions to describe
consolidate experience.
students Activity four: Ss are asked to listen to a story, put GW
knowledge of the pictures in the correct order and retell the story
question forms in in their own words.
narrative tenses;

- to hear
examples of the
target language in
context and give
practice in
listening for
specific
information and
retelling a story;

- to practise story
telling using the
three past tenses;

4. Feed-back Ss are asked to discuss their classmates stories. 5’


As homework Ss are asked to create an end to the
5. Homework story from activities one and two, using a range of 5’
narrative tenses. They should write at least eight
more sentences and imagine how:
- the two characters were rescued from the
sea;
- Isabelle felt about Oliver afterwards;
- his father reacted when he saw the state of
the car.