Lesson Plan in Action

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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 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 Public School Private School Tuition Scholarship Intramural Sports Unemployment Part-Time Employment Full-Time Employment On Campus Off Campus Fraternity Sorority


Practice Life... it can STRIKE! Aims: students clarify meaning of new vocabulary, practice using new vocabulary in context


University a. Private -50T +25 T (scholarship) + 5 Personal - 5 Family b. Public -25 T - 5 Personal + 5 Family


Scholarship Roll the dice!


Work a. Unemployment -25T; +5Friends; +5Family; +3Personal; +3Academics. b. Part Time +15T; -1Friends; -1Family; -1Personal. c. Full Time +30T; -5Friends; -5Family; -5Personal; -3Academic.


Car a. Buy -30T; +2Family; +2Friends; +2Personal; +2 Academics. b. Don’t Buy -2Family; -2Personal.


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 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 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: 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? 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 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 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 Students recite glossary for new words


Crocodile Students play crocodile with new vocabulary words


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!

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