Way to Go (Weekly steps) 01
At the end of this lesson S is able to understand written or spoken sentences faster.
To provide clarification of Understanding parts of a sentence (Subjects and predicate) in the context of Time management
Personal Aim: To stick to a frame work in a given time
Procedure (39-53 minutes)
T greats and Ss answer. S asks her questions T explains what the lesson is about and asks " Why do we need them?" S answers (Here T evaluate their awareness of the learning process and their aims" S opens the link and does the exercise on the subject and predicate in 5 min. T and S check out the answers to spot the problematic area
T gives some examples of complete and incomplete sentences. (Use the context of time management or the text of the video) T asks how different they are and how the S feels when she hears them. S answer.
T shows her a text (from the video) and asks her to say how many sentences there are and underline them.
T elaborate on the difference between a complete and an incomplete sentence. T introduces the lessons on the Subject and Predicate.
T asks S to open the practice link again and do the exercises again. T and S check out the answers and T gives feedback and asks for reasons. T asks S to review what she's learned
T shares a short part of the video and asks S to write the sentences T asks S to analyze the sentences bases on parts of speech and parts of a sentence T and S check out the answers and give feedback and summery
T asks S to search the word "time management" to find a random website and copy and paste a short paragraph on Stormboard and analyze it.
S does the PDF for next week and shares the answer (Or word document) S watch the video and type it. S choose a paragraph and analyze it. T asks about S's feeling and what she has learned this session T does self reflect after the class