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|Theme of the lesson: "School in Britain." |
Date: 25. November 2016.
Class: 8 "A".
Teacher’s aims: to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills,
to develop working with others and thinking skills.
Objectives: students will be able to talk about secondary schools.
Resources: Interactive board, power point presentation, video, textbook “English 8 class”(Almaty, “Mektep”2016), evaluation list, paper, markers.
New approaches to teaching and learning.
Learning to think critically.
Assessment for and of learning.
Using ICT in teaching and learning.
Teaching talented and gifted children.
Responding to age – related differences in teaching and learning.
Management and leadership of learning.
I. Beginning. Creating a positive atmosphere in class. Dividing into 4 groups by colour cards.
Teacher asks pupils to stand in a circle and play “Stand up, sit down” game.
-Do you watch TV when you wake up?
-Do you get to school by bus ?
-Do you sing in the bathroom?
-Do you use a mobile phone at the English lesson?
-Do you take a lunch box with you?
-Do you have a snack at school?
-Do you ask your History teacher for help?
-Do you play in the school yard?
1. Teacher asks to choose an odd word out and write down the theme of the lesson (slides 1, 2):
private school compulsory primary
Monday Sunday day Friday
in invite insist invade
English Kazakh Russian Britain
Teacher asks about the goals of the lesson (-What are you waiting from our lesson? – slide 3) and looks with the class at the self-assessment list (-What can you add or change in the list?).
Within the groups, pupils first choose words, decide what the topic of the lesson is, look at the evaluation lists, ask questions if they don’t understand anything in them.
2. Watching and speaking.
Before watching the video ,teacher asks to say what pupils know about British school. Pupils watch the video about British school and in groups find good and bad facts about it. They use flipchart paper and markers to draw a poster and then present their work. After each presentation other three groups evaluate the team which presented its poster. They make formative assessment by showing their thumbs: thumbs up = we agree; thumbs half way = we don’t know; thumbs down = we disagree.
Pupils are to scan the text of ex. III p. 87 in their textbooks and give a title to the text, then read and do the tasks individually according to levels A, B or C.
A. Complete the sentences.
1. John is at school …
2. At 11 o’clock they have …
3. In British school lunch is …
4. At two o’clock …
5. The school is empty …
Answers: 1. at 8.55. 2. mid-morning break 3. at one o’clock 4. lessons start again 5. after four o’clock
B. Match the sentences in columns A and B.
1. The boys usually a) schoolchildren read or do homework
2. When it rains b) by cars or bicycles
3. Children can drive to school c) prefer football
4. Grass-hockey is usually played d) after 4 o’clock
5. Some pupils may be punished to stay e) by girls
Answers: 1c 2 a 3 b 4 e 5 d
C. Write 3 things that we neither have nor do in our school.
Teacher explains “Dot Voting” toolkit for prioritising their opinions. Pupils receive different colour dots to highlight what they believe to be the most and least important for them (red = least important, yellow =neutral,
green = most important).
Our school day is too long.
School uniform is compulsory.
Pupils are not given enough homework.
A good teacher is a strict teacher.
Exams are getting easier.
Four pupils make conclusions on each of the statement.
Pupils write a cinquain about the British school day. They assess their partners’ work using the toolkit “From five to fist” within the group.
Pupils evaluate their progress by counting points in the evaluations lists and put marks. As a formative assessment they use cubes with six questions. They throw a cube and complete the sentences:
At the lesson we were focusing on … The best bit was … I asked for help when … I’d like to explain why … The most difficult was … I’ ve learned….
Homework: Level A: ex. IV p. 91; Level B: Ex. II p. 91; Level C: describe a perfect school day.
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