Telling the time lesson plan
By the end of the lesson students will learn how to tell the time
Students will be able to tell the time and what the time it is by grammar and speaking activities.
Procedure (24-32 minutes)
T asks the students how they are and how they are feeling today and wants students to look at the picture on the board. There is a girl in the picture and also a mobile phone a laptop and a cooker. T says ''She is my friend. She has got an exam tomorrow at 10.00 o'clock. She needs to study with me. She is so hungry. I will go home and cook for her. I will cook for her at 10.30. (T writes the times on the board, as well.) I am in panic! T asks if they can help her or not!
T shows the pictures of mobile phone,laptop,digital camera etc and says that I have some cards. Times are written on them. Match the correct times with the correct picture. When you finish, come and post the answers on the board. T demonstrates the activity so that they can do the task easily. When they finish matching the times, there will be the target language materials ready on the board. By referring to the board, T present the topic. T says we have two different options to tell the time.
T hangs some clocks on the board. T gives one card for each student. They all stand up walk around the tables and match the correct card with the correct time. They also check their peers' answers as well.
Students will listen to a conversation in which people tell times. They are going to listen and write the correct time. T will get feedback by nominating some students and write the times on the board. T will use drilling here as well.
In the practice part, Students will use the clocks to talk to each other. For example, one students will hold a clock and play with the minute hand and asks the other student what the time it is. They will exchange the clocks and keep asking the time to each other. T monitors the students while they are speaking and gets general feedback
In the last activity, students worked on speaking and asked each other questions and told the times. Now, T writes some mistakes that she heard from them and asks them what the problem is in the sentence. They all correct the sentences together.