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WEEK/LESSON NO.

W4 L 12 CLASS 1 Jazari
SUBJECT ENGLISH VENUE Classroom
UNIT 1 PULSE 2 TB DATE 25-Jan-18
TOPIC Tourist Attractions TIME 5.45 – 6.45 pm
THEME People and Culture
LESSON SKILL/FOCUS Reading
CONTENT STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 3.1 Understand a variety of texts by using a range of appropriate reading strategies to construct meaning

Complementary Skill: 3.1 Understand a variety of texts by using a range of appropriate reading strategies to construct meaning
LEARNING STANDARD(S)
Main Skill: 3.1.1 Understand the main points in simple longer texts

Complementary Skill: 3.1.2 Understand specific details and information in simple longer texts
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of the 1) Demonstrate understanding of a spoken dialogue by listening and answering true/false questions
lesson, pupils will be
able to:
SUCCESS CRITERIA
Pupils can/will 1) Answer at least 4 true/false questions accurately.
produce

CROSS CURRICULAR ELEMENTS Language


LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR FOCUS Grammar related to amusement and theme parks.
ACTIVITIES
Present the word Disneyland to the class. Ask students what it is and where it is in Europe. Expected answers to elicit: Theme
PRE-LESSON park, Mickey mouse etc. Direct student’s attention to fact box in Pulse.

 Students look at the pictures in the textbook. They work in pairs and say which attractions look the most fun and why.
 Listen to their ideas as a class.
 Check if students understand the task. Play the CD. Students follow the text in their books.
LESSON  Students compare the answers in pairs. Check the answer as a class.
DEVELOPMENT  Students read the four questions carefully first.
 Students read the text again and find the answers.
 Students compare answers in pairs. They then check answers as a class.

 Students read the three questions. They work in pairs and discuss the answers. Listen to their ideas as a class.
POST-LESSON

RESOURCES / TEACHING MATERIALS TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT:


Pulse 2 Unit 1 Page 14 Pupil-centredness Written Exercise

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