Lesson planLesson: 4
Teacher name: Abdrakhimova Nurgul
Number present: absent:
that this lesson is
teach pupils to learn new words on the theme and develop writing and speaking skills using Present Simple with construction I usually …/I never ….
All learners will be able to:
use of negative and positive forms of Pre.S for expressing the daily routine with new words. All learners will be able to pronounce learned words correctly.
Most learners will be able to:
distinguish feature of forming Pre.S
Some learners will be able to:
know of using Pre. S both in oral speech and in writing. Also pupils gain the skill of describing what they wear in different seasons in Pre. S with new words.
call the names of four seasons and describe them using adjectives of the lesson and they can say what season they like/dislike
Key words and phrases:
A hat, a T-shirt, a skirt, a coat, a dress, a sweater. I usually/never wear … in winter.
Useful classroom language for writing/speaking:
pupils discuss what they usually/ never wear in four seasons and why
Can you say why…?
pupils learn the these basic expressions of the lesson for using them not only at the lesson but also outside
pictures on the theme “Clothes” and phrases: I usually/I never wear …
revision words of the previous lesson “”Seasons” and Present Simple
Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)
warm-up: Choose any of four seasons given on the blackboard (winter, summer, autumn, spring) and put a cross near the season you don’t like and a tick near the season you like. Sample: winter spring I don’t like winter. It is cold and snowy. I like spring. It is sunny and warm.
Check up homework
Your homework was to match the suitable adjectives with seasons. Winter is cold, snowy, foggy. Summer is hot, sunny. Autumn is windy, rainy, cloudy. Spring is sunny, warm.
Activity 1: 3min.
Differentiation: 3 min.
At our last lesson we spoke about four seasons and we learned Pre. S. At today’s lesson we will learn what clothes you usually/ never wear in each season on the base of the same grammar. As you guessed today’s we will speak about clothes. Our theme is “Clothes”. Let’s learn the following new words: A hat, a T-shirt, a skirt, a coat, a dress, a sweater. (teacher shows pictures of the clothes with a word in the picture). And we will learn key words which we will use during our lesson. Look at the table:
Activity 1: Individually: Write as many sentences as possible correcting information given in the table. Sample: I usually wear a sweater in winter. I never wear a sweater in summer.Summer
Activity2: Individually: Write missing letters in the words given in the sentences: I usually wear a s….t and a d….s in summer. She never wears a s….r in summer. He usually wears a h….t and a c ….t in winter.
Activity 3: Pair work: Do the crossword: Try to find the word which we did not mentioned.
1. Girls usually wear it in summer. (skirt)
2. It is the coldest season. (winter)
3. Boys never wear it. (dress)
4. Boys and girls wear it in winter. (coat)
5. Boys and girls wear it on the heard. (hat)
6. It is the hottest season. (summer)
7. Boys and girls usually wear it in summer. (T-shirt)
A table, a worksheet
Pair work: Make a dialogue on the theme using active words and the grammar of the lesson
Have you liked the lesson? What have you learnt at the lesson? What was difficult for you at the lesson? Why? What do you have to revise again? What was easy for you? Why?
Differentiation – how do you
Plan to give more support?
How do you plan to challenge
the more able learners?
Assessment – how are you planning to check learners’ learning?
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Take away unnecessary letter in the word and write correct words.
1. skuirt –skirt
2. T-sheirt-T- shirt
The first 2 activities are assessed with formative assessment (with +) by teacher.
The 3 activity is a peer checking.
The most active pupils who got more (+ ) get mark at the end of the lesson.
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Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?
What did the learners learn today?
Did my planned differentiation work well?
We think that the lesson objectives/learning objectives were realistic because pupils have leant to use Present Simple at the lesson which will be helpful for them in their daily routine.
The learners learnt new words on the theme “Clothes” and phrases: I always/ never wear a ….
We think that a planned differentiation worked well because pupils have learned to write words correctly such words as skirt, sweater, and coat.
1. The first 2 activities worked well because pupils practiced Present Simple and new words as in writing and oral forms.
2. The third activity improved the lesson because pupils practiced reading and writing skills with new words and grammar of the lesson.