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Teacher: Pisica Tatiana

Date: December 17, 2014
Form: 5th A
Textbook: English for You
Subject: English
Time: 45 minutes
Number of Students: 15
Topic: The Animal World
Type of Lesson: Mixed
Skills: Listening and Watching for Comprehension, Reading, Defining, Matching, Pair Work, Group Work, etc.
Materials: a USB flash, a projector, a computer, flash cards, handouts, pictures with active vocabulary, a cassette recorder, a cassette, markers.


Asking for and using information about people and activities related to animals and pets.
Extracting the main ideas from an unknown text.
Identifying the general meaning of an oral message.
Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the teacher on a familiar topic at an appropriate level.
Listening to and interpreting songs for children.

Objectives: By the end of the lesson the pupils will

enrich their vocabulary on the topic;

recognize and distinguish between wild and domestic animals;
realize both, the material and spiritual importance of animals in our life;
identify the kids of animals and use their names when speaking about animals;
acquire enough vocabulary to describe domestic and wild animals;

develop their skill of watching and listening for general understanding;

Teachers Actions
Pupils Actions
Teacher greets the learners, calls the register, Pupils get ready for the lesson, listen attentively
and announces the objectives of the lesson.
and try to guess the further activities.

1. Evocatio

1 min

Teacher asks volunteers to come in front of

Pupils role-play the dialogue.
the class and role-play the dialogue they had
to learn at home.
Three pupils get worksheets where they have Pupils complete the assignement.
to fill in with some or any.


Teacher asks 2 volunteers to read the recipes

for a certain type of salad their mothers make
at home. Other two students come to the
blackboard and write the ingredients. The
rest of the pupils are very attentive to the
active vocabulary usage and put down the
ingredients in their copybooks.

Teacher- whole

4 min.

Answer the

2 min


3 min.


4 min.

Pupils listen attentively and put down the

ingredients in their copybook.
One of them comes and writes them on the
Another one names the fruits and vegetables that
are used in these recipes.

The teacher emphasizes the fact that the

Pupils answer teachers questions. They agree or
recipes the pupils presented contain meat and disagree, argument their opinions.
asks them if it is an important product in our
Pupils brainstorm
Teacher invites them to name all the types of One pupil goes to the blackboard and draws a
meat they know.

2. Realizati
on of


Lets speak now about animals in general.

What is the most important principle
according to which we classify animals?
Do you know what words like domestic
and wild mean?
Where do domestic animals, respectively

Pupils answer teachers questions.

4 min
Individual work

wild animals live?

Name some domestic and wild animals you
The teacher gives everybody a picture with a
domestic or a wild animal. Asks them to go
to the board and to stick it under the right

Pupils go to the blackboard, stick their pictures

under the appropriate heading and write the name
of the animal on the blackboard.

Teacher asks pupils what is the difference

between wild and domestic animals.

Pupils say that wild animals hunt for their food and
are dangerous, while the domestic ones live
peacefully with men.

Are domestic animals important in our life?

Now you are going to listen to some
information about some domestic animals
and youll find out what they are good for or
what do they give us? Youll also have to fill
in the texts you got on your desks with the
missing words.
3. Reflectio

They name wild and domestic animals.

Pupils listen to the information. Try to guess the

animals. They work in small groups and fill in the
missing words.

Whole class

5 min.

1 min

Listening for

4 min

Group work.

Teacher introduces the necessary vocabulary

from WB using power point presentation.
Asks pupils to make up sentences using the
new words from the active vocabulary.

Pupils put down the new words in their copybooks.

Make up sentences.

Individual work

And now let us look at the picture we have at

the bottom of page 48 and read the baby
Teacher asks pupils to go to the board and
join parts of the pictures in order to match
animals and their babies. Make up sentences

Teacher reads the new words and asks pupils to

repeat them after her.


Pupils match the adult animal with its kid and

make up sentences.

4 min

5 min.

according to the model: The kitten belongs to

the cat.
Teacher asks pupils to do exercise 2 (p.48) in
written form.

In pairs pupils match the words to their definition

and write the exercise.
Pupils get the lyrics of the song and sing merrily.

Pair work

4 min
2 min.

As a final stage of our lesson we will revise

the animals and their kids singing a song. It is
called The Animal Babies Song
Pupils put down their homework.

1 min.

Pupils get marks for their classroom participation.

1 min

Home assignement:
To describe your favourite animal in
7-10 sentences.
2. Learn all the animals and their kids.
Mark Commenting and Lesson Evaluation