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LESSON PLAN N8

Subject: English
Form: VII a B
Date: 17.02.2015
Teacher: Mocanu Alina
Methodist: Arsenii Andriana
Mentor teacher: Coliceva Olga
Topic: Childrens room
Lesson type: mixed
Time: 45 min

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Specific competences:
Communicative competences: Receiving oral messages (Listening)
Pragmatic competences: producing oral messages (Spoken interraction)
Communicative competences: Receiving written messages (Reading)
Communicative competences: Producing written messages (Writing)
Linguistic competences (Grammar)

Sub competences:
S 2.4. Formulate simple questions in everyday life situations appropriately using conversational formulas;
S 2.3. Reading a text with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and sense groups to demonstrate its comprehension;
S 2. Participating in simple oral communication (with the teacher or collegues) on familiar topics;
S 3.1. Selecting from a text the information necessary to solve different tasks;
S 4.1. Understanding the differences between Present Perfect Progresive and Past Perfect Progressive and using them in context.

Operational objects:
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Knowledge: students will be able to recognize the past tense, and put it into practice;
Skill: students will be able to understand the differences between Present Perfect Progresive and Past Perfect Progressive and using them in context;
Attitude: Students will form positive attitudes towards their room;

Resources: Textbook, blackboard, chalk, pictures, copybooks, blackboard, chalk.


Strategies: Whole class work, Individual work, Group work, Conversation, Opinion Sharing, Writing, The Communicative method, Description,
Exercise, Explanation, Argumentation.

Stages of the lesson

Resources

Strategies
2

Subcompe-

Time

Notes

(Learning Activities)

I.

(methods,
techniques, forms
of acti- vities)
Conversation
(to develop their
speaking skills)

Register,
pen

Evocation

1. Organization:
T: The teacher greets the pupils and creates the atmosphere.
Good morning 7th class. How are you? How do you feel today?
P: The pupils greet him back.
Good morning teacher. We are fine. You?
2. Warm up and preparation:
T: The teacher divides the pupils into 2 groups and asks

S 3.1
Group work
Spidergram
Description
Conversation
(to develop their
imagination)

drawer
Childrens room

standard lamp

3 min
S 2
S 2.4

5 min
Textbook

them to propose as many names of objects that are found


in a child's room.
toy chest

tences

bunk bed

The groups present their work.


The teacher anounces the competences and the subcompetences
of the lesson. They are stuck on the blackboard in the order of
their achievement.
Checking homework
T: Teacher asks pupils what was their homework.

10 min
Conversation
3

S 2.3

Now please someone to tell me what was your homework for


today.
P: Pupils listen to teachers question and answer that their
homework was:

Textbook,
Copybook

Explination
Individual work

to read, to translate and to retell the text in their


copybooks.
- Exercise 1 page 71, to match the words with their
definitions:
1. Nursey- g) a room or place set apart for young
children
2. Bunk bed- j) a piece of furniture containing two
platforms like single beds, one above the other
3. Standard (lamp)- i) something that obstructs vision
or keeps uot light as a window shade
4. Reproduction- e) copy, duplicate
5. Roller blind- f) something that stands or is placed
upright
6. Fitting- h) a piece of furniture with shelves,
drawers. etc...for keeping objects; a wall cupboard
7. Bedding- b) sheets, blankets, and other covers used
on beds
8. Cabinet- c) a piece of equipment or furniture
9. Closet- a) a cabinet, or a niche for storing food,
utensils, etc.
10. Built-in- d) built as an integral,permanent part of a
large construction

S 3.1.

II.
REALISATION OF MEANING
New Material presentation

S 3.3.

5 min
Textbook

S 3.1.
Conversation

T: The teacher directs the pupils to exercises 3 and asks


them to read the task.
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P: The pupils read the task and try to find in the text
synonyms for the words:
Hard work-very busy
To tell-say
Contemporary- up-to-date; new
Suit of furniture- furniture
Gift- present
From- between (intre)
Bright-light
To be gathered- concentrated
Near- next
Famous- well-known
Indeed-really (intr-adevar)
Table- desk
Cosy- comfortable
To utilize- to use
Lucky- happy
Blinds- curtains
Vis--vis- opposite
Big- large
To feel comfortable- cosy
a. Grammar presentation
The teacher writes a sentence on the blackboard: I had
been watching TV when the lights went off. The teacher
draws a time line for the sentence and explains it to pupils:

Textbook

Explication
Deduction
Whole class
work,
Scanning
Individual work
(to develop their
vocabulary)

10 min
S 4.1.
S2

Blackboard
chalk

Whole class work


Individual work
Written work
Explanation
Argumentation

The pupils write the sentence and the timeline in their


copybooks.
The teacher explains that it is used to describe how long
an activity had been going on before something else
happened. The teacher writes on the blackboard the time
indicator for Past Perfect Progressive: for x hours, days,
months; since Monday; how long; and how it is formed:
had+ been+ vb. + ing.
Example: - I had been working
- You had been working
- He/she/it had been working
- We had been working
- You had been working
- They had been working.

(to develop
language)

Questions: Had I been working?


Had he been working?
Negative form: I had not (hadnt) been working.
The pupils write the definition in their copybook.
The teacher directs the pupils to the grammar box and
tells them to read and to translate it by taking turns. The
pupils read the grammar box.
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III.

REFLECTION

a Grammar Practice
T: The teacher directs the pupils to exercise 1
page 73 and asks them to open the brackets using
Present Perfect Progressive or Past Perfect
Progressive.
P: Pupils listen the task and solve the exercise.
a) The mechanic has been installing the new equipment in
our laboratory for the last 10 days. (Present P.P)
b) When the supervisor came to the construction site, the
builders had been working for half an hour.(Past P.P.)
c) When mother entered the room, Andries had been
sleeping for 2 hours. (Past P.P.)
d) Andries says he has been furnishing his room for 5 days.
(Present P.P.)
e) Victor wanted to know how long the electrician had
been installing the electrical items in the new flat. (Past
P.P.)
f) Sorin wants to know for how many hours his friend
Tudor has been working in the mechanic shop. (Present
P.P)
g) Mother asked her daughter Nelly how much time she
had been watching TV. (Past P.P.)
IV.
EXTENTION
c) Grammar production

Conversation
Explication
Exercise
Argumentation

S 4.1.

5 min

Whole-class work
Gap-filling
Textbook

S 4.1.
Individual work
Review

T: The teacher gives to each pupil a sheet of paper


on which is write an exercise and propose them to
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5 min

Explanation

complete the sentences in the Past Perfect Progressive.


1.

Laura needed a break because

Exercise
Gap felling

she ____________________ all morning. (study)


2.

Lorraine __________________ English for 12


years before she moved to England. (learn)

3.

I did not go out last night because


I ______________________all day. (work)

4.

Orla felt fit for the marathon because


she _________________ a lot.(train)

5.

When I went to see Ms. Winter, her secretary told


me that she ________________ on the phone for two
hours. (speak)

6.

You got sick because you _________________ the


whole time. (eat)

7.

The musician ________________ in this town for


ten years when he became director of the opera house.
(live)

8.

We ____________________ out with each other


for two years before I met his family. (go)

9.

The passengers ______________________ for


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four hours before the ground staff could finally give


them information on the delay of their flight. (wait)
10.

I ________________in the wrong direction for an


hour before I noticed my mistake. (drive)
P: Pupils listen the task and solve the exercise.
V.

FEEDBACK

a. Assesment
The teacher makes conclusions over the lesson. The
teacher gives marks to pupils.
The teacher refers the pupils to the competences and
subcompetences of the lesson. The pupils decide what
competences have been achieved and what have not, they
make conclusion. The teacher gives marks to pupils.
b. Homework
The teacher writes the homework on the blackboard:
- To retell the text from page 72
- Ex. 3 page 73, Ex. 8 page 72, to choose one of the
proverb and to comment it and Ex.4 page 72, to ask
questions on the text.

2 min
S 2.4
S2

Register,
pen

Generalization,
Systematization

Blackboard,
chalk