Welcome to: Welcome to TEACHER’S CLUB Picture?: Picture? :) Sample Lesson Plan: Sample Lesson Plan At UKGU Today’s Goals: Today’s Goals See Lesson Plan in action from the perspective of a student Practice critically thinking about our lesson plans First Year: First Year Higher Education in U.S. (page 45) Warm-Up: Warm-Up 2 True and 1 False Aims: create interest, introduce topic, English caps/hats, True or False?: True or False? Gonzaga University costs $35,000 every year (5,005,000 Tenge) Gonzaga University does not have an American Football team University students usually study for 5 years to get their diploma True or False?: True or False? I worked at a restaurant when I was not in class or in the library I worked in an office when I was not in class or in the library I did not work True or False?: True or False? I lived with family I lived with friends I lived in a dormitory True or False?: True or False? My mother was in a sorority, my father and brother were in a fraternity I was in a sorority Gonzaga does not have sororities Presentation: Presentation Public School Private School Tuition Scholarship Intramural Sports Unemployment Part-Time Employment Full-Time Employment On Campus Off Campus Fraternity Sorority Practice: Practice Life... it can STRIKE! Aims: students clarify meaning of new vocabulary, practice using new vocabulary in context University: University a. Private -50T +25 T (scholarship) + 5 Personal - 5 Family b. Public -25 T - 5 Personal + 5 Family Scholarship: Scholarship Roll the dice! Work: Work a. Unemployment -25T; +5Friends; +5Family; +3Personal; +3Academics. b. Part Time +15T; -1Friends; -1Family; -1Personal. c. Full Time +30T; -5Friends; -5Family; -5Personal; -3Academic. Car: Car a. Buy -30T; +2Family; +2Friends; +2Personal; +2 Academics. b. Don’t Buy -2Family; -2Personal. Housing: Housing a. On Campus +3Personal; +5Friends; -30T. b. Off Campus +3Personal; +1Friends; - 20T. Life Strikes!: Life Strikes! Team 1: Got Sick -1 academic -1 personal -1$ Team 2: Late for Class -1 academic -1 personal -1$ Team 3: Flash Card Broke -1$ -1 academic -1 personal Sorority / Fraternity: Sorority / Fraternity a. Join -15T; -5Academic; +5Friends; +2Family. b. Not Join -5Friends; -2Family; +5Academic. Life ... it can Strike!: Life ... it can Strike! Team 1: Family Comes to Visit +5 family Team 2: Good Presentation +5 academic Team 3: Sports Night +5 friends Intramural Sports: Intramural Sports a. Play -1T; -1Academic; +3Friends; +1Personal. b. Don’t Play -2Friends; +1Academic; -1Personal. Production: Production Choose three new vocabulary words and draw a picture for each word. Write a short story about one of those words. (Or, a higher level class could debate - private/private, working/unemployment, on campus/off campus, sororities and fraternities/not joining) Aims: independently use the new vocabulary in context Overview/Review: Overview/Review Warm-Up: True or False? Presentation: Card Vocabulary Practice: Life...it can STRIKE! Production: Picture and story (or, a debate) (Later, use the pictures for review Around the World.) Strengths/Weaknesses: Strengths/Weaknesses Strengths: Creative and different Kinesthetic, oral, auditory, visual Critical thinking Weaknesses: Presentation not very direct Pictures useful? Need materials -powerpoint AND poster paper L1? Nooo....L2 Please! Advice?: Advice? How can we make this lesson plan better???? Second Course: Second Course Engine Theme (page 87) Introduction & Pre Warm-Up: Introduction & Pre Warm-Up Team Game to introduce topic - Speed Letter Game Warm-Up: Warm-Up Show students pictures Discussion questions What is described in these pictures? What is it used for? Where is it used? What do you know about it’s usage/application? What kind of engines do you know? Why important? To help students understand better; to activating schema. Vocabulary: Vocabulary Give new words from text (wheel, invent, steam) Pronunciation Translation Make sentences to understand meaning and context Why important? To prepare students for reading the text. Read Text: Read Text Read the text Discussion Questions What is described in these pictures? What is it used for? Where is it used? What do you know about it’s usage/application? What kind of engines do you know? Why important? To show what students learned; to evaluate. Glossary: Glossary Students recite glossary for new words Crocodile: Crocodile Students play crocodile with new vocabulary words Advice?: Advice? Open lesson in February - any advice to strengthen this lesson? Do I have the appropriate activities in the right place? Can you advise me to add or subtract something? How can I make this better? Next Time: Next Time Open Discussion: Creating lesson plans using our textbooks. Bring: Your textbook, paper and a pen. Goal for Friday: leave Teachers Club with a good lesson plan for next semester. Thank you: Thank you TEACHERS!