Holidays in different season

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Long-term plan unit: Values School: 40Date: 13.11.2018Teacher name: Nogaibekova M.E Grade: 5Number present:absent:Theme of the lessonHolidays in different seasonsLearning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to

5.S4 respond with limited flexibility at sentence level to unexpected comments on an increasing range of general and curricular topics

Lesson objectivesAll learners will be able to
  • develop their critical thinking skills by drawing a family tree with some support
  • practice speaking skills and asking questions using comparative and superlative adjectives while working in pairs with some support
  • Most learners will be able to

  • practice speaking skills and asking questions using comparative and superlative adjectives while working in pairs with a little support
  • develop their ability to recognize the specific information in the text while selecting the words with a little support
  • Some students will be able to

  • develop their critical thinking skills by drawing a family tree with a little or no support
  • practice speaking skills and asking questions using comparative and superlative adjectives while working in pairs with a little or no support
  • develop their ability to recognize the specific information in the text while selecting the words with a little or no support
  • Language objectivesUse simple present tenses, comparative and superlative adjectives Value linksRespect, responsibility, honesty, trust, creativity. Cross curricular linksSelf-knowledge, Psychology and ArtICT skills Projector or Smart board Intercultural awarenessStudents will be able to understand that every person, family and country has their own values.Kazakh cultureStudents will be able to differentiate family values in Kazakh culturePastoral CareStudents will be able to understand the importance of family and relationships Health and SafetyEveryday classroom precautions will ensure that safety measures are provided to prevent the exposure of electrical power cordsPrevious learningSpecial days in my homePlanPlanned timingsPlanned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)ResourcesBeginning5minsWarm-upTeacher ask questions about their special day at home.Learners answer the quetions

    WB, markers

    Middle

    10 mins

    10mins

    5mins

    5 min

    Lead-in

  • T.opens book p 58 and give learners exercise 1,2.
  • Ask learners about the topic of the lesson and introduces the lesson objectives
  • Main part

  • . Shows the presentation or flashcards with the members of family to introduce and learners write the words on their vocabulary: spring, autumn,summer, winter
  • Activity 1: Do the month QuizActivity 2: Work in pairs. Imagine that you are billionaire. Say what you do in different months. Then learners complete the table of rules.Physical activity All students stand up and repeat after Teacher. 1-2-3 clap your hands….

    2nd lesson

    Activity 3: Pair work

    Sudents working on book with exercises 2 – 3

    Choose the correct words

    Make negative sentences

    We live in London. She ____ live in London.I eat turkey. My sister__

    People in Spain eat grapes at New Year.

    Lady Toffingham stays in Switzerland. I ________

    Formative assessmen: “ good”, “not bad”, Try again”

    Description

    All learners understand the words

    Using vocabulary words to make sentences

    Speak each other using new words.

    End5 minutesName 3 things: I have learnt…I still want to knowI didn’t understand … Additional informationDifferentiation – 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?Cross-curricular linksHealth and safety checkICT linksValues links
  • More support can be given in Activity 2 when they write about their family members by providing less-able learners with examples or words to make up the sentence and in Activity 3 while asking questions also less-able learners can be given the model of a question so that they can just put appropriate name and adjective
  • Learners who are less confident at drawing the family tree, can be given a picture of a tree
  • More-able learners can be encouraged to write more sentences and ask more Wh questions.
  • Monitor when you show the flashcards of family members in Activity 1
  • Monitor when learners write their sentences about family members in Activity 2
  • Assessment criteria of R2
  • Monitor when they ask questions in Activity 3
  • Self-knowledge, Psychology and Art: when learners draw their family tree and make a presentation in Activity 2 and Activity 3 they develop their creativity, love and respect to their family
  • Make sure learners have sufficient space to do physical activity.
  • Use of Smart board or projector while presenting the words and tasks
  • Develop learners’ love, respect to their family, a sense of responsibility and concern for the family.
  • ReflectionWere the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic? What did the learners learn today? What was the learning atmosphere like? Did my planned differentiation work well?

    Did I stick to timings? What changes did I make from my plan and why?

    Use the space below to reflect on your lesson. Answer the most relevant questions from the box on the left about your lesson. LO useful for learners, they learn new words and learned to use make sentences

    Learning atmosphere good, learners study very attentively

    My plan worked, help learners understand meaning of the wordsSummary evaluation

    What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?

    1: video

    2:games

    What two things would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?

    1: logical tasks

    2: workheets

    What have I learned from this lesson about the class or individuals that will inform my next lesson?Stick time