Provide a brief outline of your lesson and a description of how it fits into wider program:

Course: CSWE Stage of Course: week 7

Name of Class: Pre-intermediate Proficiency Level: 2

Nationalities of Learners: middle eastern and Chinees Date/Time of Lesson: , 22nd /09/2014

Aims of Lesson:

• To learn order of adjectives in a sentence

Objectives of Lesson:
(If there are objectives for language input,
give examples of forms, marked with phonology)

• Students will learn four categories of adjectives i.e. adjective of opinion, size, colour and material
The last thing I lost is a beautiful, small, red, cotton hat
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• Students will learn will learn to construct sentence with learned categories of adjective on their own
That is gentle, small, white puppy.

Provide a brief outline of your lesson and a description of how it fits into wider program:

2 minutes: to elicit the idea of losing something and trying to find
20minutes: engage students to describe items they have lost using appropriate adjectives.
10minutes: study pictures and describe them with adjectives.
25minutes: involve students in an active activity (activation).

This lesson fits into a wider program in that it enhances students to correctly describe their views and feeling precisely during communication.

Materials:

Picture of different items and use of class grouping.

Spoken or Written Texts:

Spoken dialogue.

Anticipated Problems and Solutions:

Problem: Some students may have difficulties in arranging adjectives in a sentence.
Solution: the students will learn the adjectives in bits i.e. four adjective in this lesson
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Problem: some students may ask questions related to adjective categories not covered during the lesson.
Solution: Answer them and inform them that the rest of the adjectives will be extensively be covered in following lessons.

Problem: Use of long sentences that may have grammatical error.
Solution: Encourage students to use short sentences.

STAGE OF LESSON TEACHER PARTICIPATION STUDENT PARTICIPATION
Introduction/Body/
Conclusion OR
Presentation/Practice/
Production Time Organ-isation/

Grouping Teacher Activities/Language Activities
Listening/writing/Speaking Student Activities and Language (function/form)
Engage 2 min T-CLASS Get into the classroom and start searching your students’ desk, look in the closets, your pockets, on the floor… etc
n/a n/a
20min T-student Have the following questions written on the board.

1. Have you ever lost something important?

2. What was the last item you lost?

3. Where you were when you realized the item was missing?

4. What three things have you ever lost and found?

5. Describe three things you have ever lost and found in three adjectives (opinion, size, colour and marital)? s-teacher

Yes, I have.

A pen.

I was at home after school.

I have ever lost, a laptop, wrist watch a wallet,…

I lost an elegant, small, golden wrist watch.

I lost a high-tech, small deep blue laptop computer.

I lost a historic, black and white, family photo.

I lost a beautiful’ big brown wooden office desk.

I lost a pretty, large, green leather wallet

STAGE OF LESSON TEACHER PARTICIPATION STUDENT PARTICIPATION
Introduction/Body/
Conclusion OR
Presentation/Practice/
Production Time Organ-isation/

Grouping Teacher Activities/Language Activities
Listening/writing/Speaking Student Activities and Language (function/form)
Study

10min Put up a picture on the board and let the students describe what they see in the pictures with adjectives of opinion, size, colour and material.

s-teacher
That is gentle, small white puppy.

That is an ugly, white puppy.

That is beautiful, small, hairy, white puppy.

That is an adorable, small, white puppy.

Etc

Activation

25mins t-student • Collect diffent items from the students i.e bags, pens, sweaters etc.
• Give the items to three students.
• Let the owner describe their items using attlest 3 adjectives to collect them back.
• Instruct students to use a polite laugange. For exmple: excuse me, may you please pass me that pretty, black, leather jacket or excuse me sir, have you seen a pletty, black, leather jacket?
• If the owner fails to describe their items correctly, the one with the item should help him/her describe it
• The students should should sound natural and and authetic rather than being in class.
• Let the students swap rolls.
• Make it a game search that the best conversation get a present. s-student Student 1: hello how may I help you?
Student 2: please check if you have a beautiful, small, black leather pencil pocket.
Student 1: sorry sir, the one have is dark tan in colour.
Student 2: may I see it please?
Student 1: sure…
Student 2: it is the one am looking for, thank you.
Student 1: you are welcome.
etc

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