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Sample Lesson Plan

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Sample Lesson Plan

    Sample Lesson Plan School:

    Class:

    Teaching material:

    Teaching aids( Properties)

    Teaching aims and requirements:

Brief Lesson Plan

    I. Organizational work 2 min 1.Get the students in order.

    2.Check the attendance.

    Is everybody here?

    Yes. (No, X X X isn’t here)

     3.Raise the task and requirements of this lesson.

    II. Check up and review.

    Ask some student to rise questions to the picture, using the words and phrases give,

    then answer them.

    1. a. Is there … in the picture?

    Yes, …

    Where …?

    … in front of

     b. Is there … in the picture?

    No, but …

    Where …?

    … behind …

    2. a. What is this?

    (house, tree, goat, sheep, dog, horse) where is the house? (in front of, beside)

     b.Is there a house in the picture?

     Yes.

     Is there a horse in the picture?

     No. But …

     c. Are there any flowers in front of the house?

     Are there any goats behind the house? III. Presentation 12 min 1.Introduce the first paragraph orally with the help of the properties in the classroom.

    2. the students read the text after the teacher. First Books open and then close.

    IV. Practice 16 min

    1. Question-and-answer

    2.Describe their classroom.

    3. Describe their bedroom.

    V. Homework. 2 min

Teaching plan in detail

Step 1 Organization 2 min

    T: Good morning, class.

    Ss: Good morning, Mr./ Miss ….

    T: Who’s on duty today?

    S: I am.

    T: Is everybody here?

    S: No, …isn’t here.

    T: What day of the week is it today?

    S: It’s Tuesday.

    T: What are the other days of the week, do you know?

     Say: Monday …

    S: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

    T: Very good. Sit down, please.

Step 2 Review 13 min

    T: A and B, come to the front. Here’s a picture for you. Writer come questions about

    the picture and then answer them. Here’s a picture for you. Now, class, listen to me.

    I’ll ask you some questions. What’s this, C?

    Sc: It’s a house.

    T: What’s this?

    Sc: It’s a tree.

    T: Where’s the tree?

    Sc: It’s beside the house.

    T: Where’s the dog?

    Sc: It’s in front of the house.

    T: Very good. Sit down please. D, is there a cow in the picture?

    Sd: Yes, there is.

    T: Where’s the cow?

    Sd: It’s under the tree.

    T: Is there a hose in the picture? Sd: No, there isn’t.

    T: Are there any flowers in the picture? Sd: Yes, there are.

    T: Where are they?

    Sd: They’re in front of the house.

    T: Very good. Sit down, please. What’s this, E?

    Se: It’s a dog.

    T: That are these?

    Se: They’re sheep.

    T: Where are the sheep?

    E: They’re behind the house.

    T: Very good. Sit down, please. Now, let’s look at the blackboard. A, read your

sentences, please.

    Sa: Is there a dog in the picture? Yes, there is. where’s the dog? It’s in front of the house.

    T: Is he right, class?

    Ss: Yes, he is.

    T: All right. Go back to your seat, please. B, read your sentences, please? Sb: Are there any pigs in the picture? No, there aren’t. But there are sheep in it. Where are the sheep? They’re behind the house.

    T: Is she right? Have you anything to say, class?

    Ss: She’s all right.

    T; Well, go back to your seat, please.

Step 3 Presentation

    1. The teacher points to the objects in the classroom and introduces the text. Write the new words on the Bb while talking.

     This is our classroom. What’s this? Room. What’s this? Class. You know “room” and you know “class”, too. This is our classroom.

     There are four windows. This is a window and this is a window. That’s window and that’s a window. The windows are big. This is a door. That’s a door, too. The doors are big, too. This is a wall. That’s a wall, too. This is the front wall. That’s the back wall.

    The walls are white.

     There’s a blackboard on the front wall. This is the blackboard. You know the word “black”. Do you know the word “board”? a blackboard is a board and the board is black. There’s a map of China on the back wall. That’s a map. That’ China. That’s a map of China. The black-board is big. The map of China is big, too. 2.The students read the new words with the teacher.

    3.Listen to the tape of the text.

    4. Read aloud the text.

Step 4 Practice 16 min

T: Now answer my questions, class. What’s this?

    Ss: It’s a blackboard.

    T: What’s this?

    Ss: It’s a map of China.

    T: What’s this?

    Ss: It’s a wall.

    T: Is this the front wall? Ss: Yes, it is.

    T: Say the whole sentence. Ss: Yes, it’s the front wall.

    T: Again.

    Ss: Yes, it’s the front wall.

    T: Is that the back wall? Ss: Yes, it is.

    T: Say the whole sentence. Ss: Yes, it’s the back wall.

    T: Answer my questions in turn. F, What’s this?

    Sf: It’s a blackboard.

    T: And that?

    Sg:It’s wall.

    T: And that?

    Sh: It’s a map of China.

    T: And that?

    Si: It’s a window.

    T: Let’s do some substitution drills. Class, say: This is a blackboard. Ss: This is a blackboard. T: A map of China.

    Ss: This is a map of China. T: The front wall.

    Ss: This is the front wall.

T: The back wall.

    Ss: This is the back wall. T: A map.

    Ss: This is a map.

    T: China.

    Ss: This is China.

    T: Answer my questions, J. What colour is the blackboard?

    Sj: It’s black.

    T: What colour is the wall, K Sk: It’s white.

    T: What colour are the doors, L Sl: They’re green.

    T: What colour are the windows, M? Sm: They’re green, too.

    T: What’s this?

    Sn: It’s a blackboard.

    T: Is this a blackboard? Sn: Yes, it is.

    T: What colour is the blackboard? Sn: It’s black.

    T: Where’s the blackboard?

    Sn: It’s on the front wall.

    T: Good. Sit down, please. What’s that, O?

    So: Is’s a map of China?

    T: Is that a map of China? So: Yes, it is.

    T: Say the whole sentence. So: Yes, it’s a map of China.

    T: Where is the map of China? So: It’s on the back wall.

T: Now let’s do questions and answers this way. I ask one students one question, he

    first answers my question and then asks another student a question. Clear? Ss: Yes, we are.

    T: Well, let’s begin. P, what’s this?

    Sp: It’s a wall. What’s that, Q?

    Sq: It’s a window. Is the window big, R?

    Sr: Yes, it is. where’s the window, T?

    St: It’s in the wall. What’s on the front wall, U?

    Su: A blackboard is on the front wall. Where’s the map of China, V?

    Sv: It’s on the back wall. What colour is the wall? …

    T: Now let’s say something about our classroom. Our classroom is a nice big room. The doors… The windows… There is… X, will you say something about our classroom?

    Sx: This is our classroom. It’s a nice big room. The doors and the windows are big. The walls are white. There’s a blackboard on the front wall. There’s a map of China on the back wall. We like our classroom.

    T: Very good. Who else will say something about our classroom?

    Sy: This is our classroom. Our classroom is a nice big room. There are four big windows and two doors in the walls. The windows are green. The doors are green, too. There’s a blackboard on the front wall. There’s a map of China on the back wall. Where are we? We’re in our classroom.

    

    T: Let’s say something about our rooms at home. Put up your hand, please. Well, Z, say something about your room.

    Sz: My room is small. But it’s nice. There’s no blackboard in my room. But there’s a map of China on the wall. There are pictures beside the map. The window is in the back wall and the door is in the front wall. There are flowers in front of my room. There’s a big tree behind my room. I like my room very much.

    T: Very good. Sit down, please. Who else will try? Will you, A?

    

T: Now. open your books at page 95. Let’s do exercise 3. Fill in the blanks with a, an

    or the. B, read the first sentence.

    Sb: What’s in the cup? there’s an egg in it.

    T: Go on, C.

    Sc: Is there an orange in your hand? No. There’s an apple in my hand.

    T: D, next.

    Sd: Jack is an English boy. He’s not a Chinese boy.

    T: Go on, E.

    Se: There’s a table in the room. There’s an old man beside the table.

    T: Go on.

    Sf: There’s a house in the picture. There’s a big tree near the house.

    T: Next.

    Sg: This is our classroom. It’s a nice room. The windows are big and the walls are

    white.

    T: Now, let’s do Exercise 4. One student reads the question and another answers. H,

    read the first question and I , answer. Sh: Whose classroom is this?

    Si: It’s our classroom.

    T: J and K.

    Is it big or small?

    Sk: It’s big.

    

    T: Question 6, L and M.

    Sl: What’s on the back wall of the room?

    Sm: A map of China.

Step 5 Homework.

    T: That’s all for today. Homework: (1) Read the Drills and the Text of this lesson; (2)

    Copy Exercise 6; (3) Write some sentences about your room. T: Class is over.

Ss: Goodbye!

T: Goodbye!

Unit 1 Lesson 1

    Focal Points

    Four skills Two skills One skill

    Aa…Gg Good morning. Hello!

    Goodbye. Sit down.

    Miss

    Look at Picture 1!

    Start the lesson by saying “Today we are going to learn Lesson 1”. Then write

    “Lesson 1” on the board.

    Step 1 Presentation

    1. (1) Play the recorder song of Good Mooring to You.

    (2)Ask the Ss to guess the meaning of “Good morning” and “teacher”.

    (3)Get the Ss to repeat “Good morning!” individually and in chorus.

    2. Ask the Ss to respond to the T’s instructions “Stand up “ and “Sit down, please”.

    Step 2 Practice

    1. Practise the class by having the following tine dialogue:

    S on duty: Stand up!

    T: Good morning, class!

    Ss: Good morning.

    T: Sit down, please.

    2. Go out and enter again and greet the Ss. Step 3 Presentation

    T: Listen. I am your teacher. My name is ….( Then write the name on the Bb.) You are my new students. (Explain it in Chinese.) you may call me Miss(Mr)… (Explain it

    in Chinese)

    Step 4 Practice

    1. S on duty: Stand up!

    T: Good morning, class!

    Ss: Good morning, Miss…

    2. Go out and come in again.

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