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Description of

class

''Mea Selimovi'' primary school; Class: III; Class profile: 25 students; 8 years old; Subject: English language
Location: English classroom; School year: 2011/2012. Teacher: Amila Islamovi,prof.

Teaching unit
17.
Recent work
Type of lesson

UNIT 4 He's a hero!

Sources

Family and Friends 1; Students Book; Workbook; Teachers Book; CD; Photocopy Masters Book; Oxford primary
skills- Reading and writing

UNITS 1 to 3
Identifying people-jobs ; Present of auxiliary verb to be- affirmative form He is/ She is

Aims and objectives


Short term
Long term
Methods

To identify different jobs


To present and understand short story
To improve pupils vocabulary
To develop pupils skills (listening, speaking and reading)
To make lesson interesting for children
To encourage an motivate children to participate in lesson
To develop love to English language
Work on the story
Illustration
Demonstration

Singing and playing


Class management
Individual part

Pair work

Whole class

Interaction
Teaching aids, materials
and equipment

T- S,S,S
S,S-S,S
S,S,S
Class Book, Workbook, CD player, CD, Jobs flashcards 46 - 50, Story poster 4, notebook, pencil,
rubber

Procedure

Introduction part, main part, final part

Additional plan

Optional activity Teachers Book page 46

Aims and objectives

y part Introductor

To warm up pupils
To present new words using
flashcards
To improve pupils
vocabulary
To present new words
To improve pupils
vocabulary

Main part

To identify some jobs


To talk about favourite job

Class organization procedure and


activities
Teacher invites the class to sing Ten fingers
on my hands to warm up. She gives
encouragement and praise like: well done,
(name) , you are really good at this.
She takes jobs flashcards (46-50) to elicit
vocabulary for this lesson. She holds them up
and says the words so that children can
repeat after her. She repeats the action again.
Teacher asks children to open their Class
Book on page 28 and look at the exercise 1job pictures. There are 5 new words for them.
She plays the first part of the recording for
children to listen and point to appropriate
picture. She plays the second part of the
recording for children to repeat.
She plays the recording all the way through
again for children to listen and point and then
repeat the words in chorus. She holds up
flashcards 46 -50 one at a time and asks
individual children to say the words.
Teacher, pupil, housewife, fireman, pilot
Pilot, housewife, fireman, pupil, teacher
Teacher writes the title on the board. Then
she puts 5 flashcards on the board and writes
their jobs under the flashcards. She asks
pupils to copy the words.

Teaching
aids
Jobs
flashcards
CD
CD player

Possible
problems
None.

Class Book
CD
CD player
Flashcards
Notebook
Pencil
Rubber

Some
children
are too
slow.

Possible
solutions
None.

Timing

Teacher
walks
around the
class and
follow
pupils
work.
10

Main part

To listen to the chant


To repeat more than once
To develop pupils' skilllistening

Main part

To present new story


To develop pupil's skills
To talk about main
characters
To find out some jobs in the
text

To practise job words


To motivate pupils working
in pairs
To improve pupil's
vocabulary

Teacher asks students to listen and repeat the


chant. She plays the chant a second time for
children to say the words. This time they can
point to the correct flashcard, as they hear it.
Ask pupils to close their book and say the
chant from memory.
She controls tempo so that they speak slowly
from beginning to end.

Class Book
CD
CD player
Flashcards

Some
pupils
might
have
problems
with
memory
chant.

Teacher
helps
them if it
is
necessary.

Teacher takes the story poster 4 to present the


story. She points to different characters and
asks: Who's this? She does the same with
Tim. She also asks children to find any jobs
words in the story. She talks about each
frame in turn with the class to tell her what it
is happening. Then she calls up children to
look at each frame of the poster while she
plays the recording for them to listen She
walks around the class and motivates them to
talk. She encourages predictions from
different members of the class. She points to
each speech bubble in turn as they hear the
text.

Story poster
4
Class Book
CD
CD player

Some
pupils
might
have
problems
with
understan
ding story.

T asks
children to
look at the
poster
while she
plays the
recording
for them
to listen.
She points
to each
speech
bubble in
turn as she
hears the
text.
Teacher
gently
asks them
to work
with their
partner.
She also
monitors
them.

Teacher asks them to take their Workbook


Workbook
and look at exercise 1 on page 28.
Pencil
1. Find and circle the words- jobs. Teacher
Rubber
lets pupils working in pairs and walks around
the class monitoring them. She checks the
answers with the whole class.

Some
pupils
need help
for this
exercise.

6'

10

Final part

To develop pupils skillsreading


To improve pupil's
vocabulary

At the end of the lesson pupils listen to the


story a second time and repeat. Teacher helps
them to read.
Then they do exercise 2 in Workbook page
28.
Match and write.
They have to match two parts of the body
and then write what profession is that.

Class Book
CD
CD player
Workbook
Pencil

None.

None.
7'