Lesson Plan 1 - Luke Kawashima - Feb.10th.2021 - 14:00-15:00
B1, 121, Online level
To provide clarification and practice of the Present-Simple, Present-Continuous, Action verbs, and Non-Action Verbs in the context of restaurants and eating out.
To practice Listening with Audio in a context related to restaurants to highlight the target language.
Procedure (51-59 minutes)
Set the task: "First, let's check how to download a file." [Show Zoom Download-instructions 1 and 2, confirm being able to find the Zoom chatbox and download an example file] Set the task: "Please get your homework from last class." [Show homework slide on screen> <elicit answers, confirm with answer key]
Set the task: "What is a food you enjoy?" [elicit response] "I'll show you a picture, can you tell me what food you think the person in the picture enjoys?" ICQ: "What are you looking for?" (What food the person in the picture enjoys.} [Show Lead-in Picture, elicit response of a fish-dish.]
Set the Task: "We're going to listen to 4 pieces of audio. Each one is a different topic. Match the audio to the correct topic. 4 audio pieces, 4 answers, match correctly. ICQ: "What are you matching?" (The audio to the correct topic). "How many audio pieces are there?" (4) [Show slide with the 4 audios (Audio 1, 2, 3, 4) and topics (A, B, C, D)] Topic A: Someone cooking pasta & Someone looking for car keys. Topic B: Interview with Chef Steve Part 2. Topic C: Interview with Chef Steve Part 1. Topic D: A Man and a Woman talking cooking. [Begin playing audio, note each as 'audio 1', 'audio 2,' going through them] Feedback: [Elicit answers with Answer Key]
Set the task: "We're going to listen to a short version of the second interview, and the last two audio pieces again. This time, you'll see the script. There are gaps. Listen for the missing words, and fill the gaps. 3 Audio pieces, fill the gaps." ICQ: "What are we listening for?" (the missing words) "How many audio pieces are there?" (3) [Show to slide with the gaps] [Play audios, then play them again] Feedback: [Elicit answers with answer key] "Now, let's look at these words more." [Move to slide with Target Language in red text, to highlight and transition to next stage]
TARGET LANGUAGE: Action = Cooking, close, say, getting, eating, making, looking Non-action = Prefer, love, need, agree, think, know, suppose MEANING: Set the task: "Let's organize these words. Some are about physical movement, some are not physical. Put the correct words into the correct groups. Put the words into the correct groups. You'll have 2 minutes" ICQ: "Where are you putting the words?" (Into correct groups). [Show slide with the Target-Language words, and boxes "Physical-movement" "not-physical movement"] "Begin." [Wait 2 minutes, monitor] Feedback: [Elicit Action (physical movement) and Non-Action (not physical) verbs' differences, and how Action-verbs can be Present Simple and Present Continuous, but Non-Action can only be Present Simple] FORM: Set the task: "Now, you'll see 10 sentences. You have to choose the correct version of the action in each sentence. 1 answer per sentence. You'll have 2 minutes" ICQ: "How many answers are there for each sentence? (1) [Show slide with Form-Check Task based on page 132] "Begin." [Wait 2 minutes, monitor] Feedback: [Elicit correct answers with answer key, & how Non-Action is not Present-Continuous] PRONUNCIATION: Set the task: "Let's practice pronouncing the words. Repeat after me." [Model and drill the Target Language, back-chaining as needed] APPROPRIACY: [Elicit that the Target language is neutral, and can be formal or informal]
Set the task: "There are 7 sentences with gaps. Choose the correct words from the word-box to fill the gaps. You'll have 3 minutes." ICQ: "Can you make new words, or are you choosing words from the word-box?" (Choosing) [Show the Controlled Practice slide] "Begin." [Monitor for 3 minutes] Feedback: [Elicit with answer key]
Set the Task: "Get a paper and pen. Using the words we looked at, please write answers to these 3 questions, to discuss them. You'll have 3 minutes." ICQ: "Are you using the word we focused on today?" (yes) "Are you answering all the questions?" (yes) [Show slide with Freer Practice questions] "Begin." [Monitor for 3 minutes.] Feedback: [Elicit error correction]
Set the task: "I'll show you the homework for today's lesson. There's a reading task, a listening task, and a useful-phrases box." [Show the homework, go through an example of each task for clarification, make sure the student understand the homework task.] [Thank the student and conclude the class.]