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LEARNING LESSON N01

I.

GENERAL DETAILS

I.1 School

II.

: I.E. Madre Teresa de Calcuta

I.2 Level

: Secondary

I.3 Grade/Section

: 3rd B

I.4 Subject

: English

I.5 Duration

: 20 min.

I.6 Date

: November 10th, 2015

I.7 Name of the session

: The family that is in the house are the Simpsons

I.8 Students name

: Priscila Vsquez Chanam

1.9: Assessor

: Dra. Gaby Guerrero Rojas

DIDACTIC DESIGN

2.1 PROBLEM
Students in the third grade of secondary
school education at Madre Teresa de
Calcuta School of Chiclayo city, have little
knowledge about the appropriate formation
and use of the Relatives Clauses that, in
the teaching learning process in the English
subject.
2.3 CAPACITY

Identify the Relative Clause using


that in written sentences.

Use the known and new vocabulary


according to the communicative
purpose.
Use the relative clause that in an
oral and written way.

2.2 OBJECT

Teaching learning process in the


English area.

2.4 EXPECTED LEARNING

Use the Relative Clause that

correctly.
Write sentences

Relatives Clauses that.


Realize the importance of new

with

the

vocabulary and grammatical


structures in daily life.

Express statements with clear and


precise intonation and pronunciation.

Be able to write a short paragraph


using the relative clause that
2.5 CONTENTS
INSTRUCTIVE
DEVELOPMENTAL
Identify
and
discriminate
the
Relative
Clause
The Relative Clause
that
that
Write
sentences
using the Relatives
Clauses that.
2.6 METHODOLOGY
METHODS
PROCESS
The teacher starts
showing a big picture
Communicative
of a family.
The teacher writes
Approach
the title The family
Audiolingual
that you see are the
Methodology
Simpsons family
Direct method
Students recognize
the objects of the
house.
The teacher asks

EDUCATIVE

Realize the importance


of new vocabulary and
grammatical structures in
daily life.

TECHNIQUE
Observation

some questions.
The teacher makes
the sentences using
the Relative Clause
that.
Then the teacher
presents the topic.
The teacher gives
the students some
envelopes for solving
them in class.

2.7 MEANS
Markets
Board
Flashcards

Finally the teacher


hands out a final
practice.
2.8 FORM

Glue-tag

Classroom work

Practice sheets

Individual work

20 minutes

2.9 EVALUATION
CRITERIA

Coherence
Precision
Respect

INDICATORS
INSTRUMENTS
Identify
and
discriminate
the
Relative
Clause
that.
Observation guide.
Write
sentences
Practice sheets.
using the Relative
Clause that.
Participate actively in
the class activities.

III.

ORGANIZATION OF THE ACTIVITY

STEPS

STRATEGIES

INPUT

The teacher starts greeting


the students.
The teacher shows a big
picture. (Attachment 1)
The teacher write the title
The family that is in the
house is the Simpsons
Students recognize the
objects of the house.
The teacher asks some
questions
and
makes
The teacher explains the

PROCESS

topic

OUTPUT

MEANS AND
MATERIALES

with

the

sentences.
The teacher hands out
some
envelopes.
(Attachment 2).
The teacher divides the
class in groups.
Then the students sticks
picture by picture on the
board and the students
have to put in order the
The teacher delivers one
practice,
where
the
students have to complete
with the Relative Clause
that.
The teacher supervises the
correction if it is necessary.
Then students correct their
mistakes

and

Markets
Board
Pictures

Markets
Board
Flashcards
Pictures

Markets
Board

Practice

05

previous

students for making any

TIME

after

that

sheets

10

05

IV.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

A. TEACHER
DIDACTICS.

HERMER, Jeremy (1998) HOW TO TEACH ENGLISH


LONGMAN

MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIN (2014) DISEO CURRICULAR


NACIONAL

SEYMUR, David (2003) 700 CLASSROOOM ACTIVITIES


MACMILLAN.

W. WOORWARD, Suzanne. (1999) FUN WITH GRAMMAR


Prentice Hall Regent. USA.

SCIENTIFIC

B. STUDENT

V.

SEATON ANNE BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR BOOK 1


Saddleback Educational Publishing. The United States.
WALKER Elaine (2004) GRAMMAR PRACTICE LONGMAN.

Material made by the teacher.


Spanish English; English Spanish Dictionary.

LINKOGRAPHY

http://www.edufind.com/es/english-grammar/defining-relative-clauses/(Consulted
November 01, 2015 at 09:09 a.m.)
http://www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish/what-a-realtive-clause/(Consulted
November 01, 2015 at 09:20 a.m.)
http://www.slideshare.net/saroaibanez/relative-clauses-20866512(Consulted
November 02, 2015 at 05:35 a.m.)

VI.

SCIENTIFIC PAPER

We use relative clause that to add information that is necessary.

The relative clause that goes immediately after the noun it relates to.

THAT Subject or object pronoun for ANIMALS OR THINGS

Phrase 1: The donut is delicious.


Phrase 2: The donut is on Homeros stomach.

on
on
on

The donut that is on Homeros stomach is delicious.

NEXU
S

Subordnate clause
Main clause

ATTACHMENTS

ATTACHMENT N1
The teacher starts the class by greeting the students, creating an environment of

confidence and communication.

The teacher sticks a big picture on the board.


The teacher asks some questions and makes sentences according to the objects.

What can you see in the living room?

Can you see the donut?

What kind of animals can you see?

The donut is delicious.

The pig is small.

The donut is on Homeros stomach.

The pig is sleeping.

The donut that is on Homeros stomach is delicious.

The pig that is sleeping is small.

ATTACHMENT N2
The teacher hands out some envelopes and divides the class in
groups of 5 o 6 students.
Then the students sticks picture by picture on the board and the
students have to put in order the phrase shown of each picture.
The students read the sentences with the teachers help.

ATTACHMENT N3
is singing/
that/one
is inside
the more
birdcage/
Thethe
bird.
The teacher
delivers
practice
where
students have to complete with the
Relatives Clause that
The teacher supervises the students for making any correction if it is necessary.
Then students correct their mistakes and after that everybody has to read the
sentences.
is in the park / that/ The car/ isPRACTICE
modern.
A) MAKE 5 SENTENCES USING THE OBJECTS AND ANIMALS FROM THE
BOX:

has many products/ is in the supermarket/ that/ The bookshelf.

DOG
BALL
SOCK
GLASS
MIRROR

that/ is on the table/ The book/ is expensive.

is eating / that/ is Brown/ The dog

1)

is hot/ next to the cookies/ that/ The cup of coffee.

2)
3)
4)
5)