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LESSON PLAN N1

Subject: English
Form: IX
Date: 03.02.2015
Teacher: Donea Natalia
Topic: Lesson 2 The Executive Power
Lesson type: mixt lesson
Time: 45 min
Mentor teacher: Chianiuc Stipanida__________________

Methodist: Colodeeva Liliana________________________

Specific competences:
Communicative competences: Receiving oral messages (Listening)
Pragmatic competences: Producing oral messages (Spoken interaction)
Communicative competences: Receiving written messages (Reading)
Communicative competences: Producing written messages (Writing)
Methodological competences: Identifying similarities and differences by means of comparing things (Comparison Area)
Sub-competences:
S3.1. Selecting information from several texts to perform structured work task;
S3.3. Identifying some details/ specific information from written messages;
S3.4. Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words from the context;
S2.1. Conveying information from texts on a topic of interest;
S2.2. Describing everyday activities, habits.
S2.5. Expressing agreement/ disagreement regarding the views expressed in an exchange of ideas on topics of interests;
S1.2. Identifying the general meaning of an oral message
S1.4. Selecting relevant information from passages of informative texts, instructions, tables, maps to perform a task.
S4.5. Arranging relevant information from a text on a familiar issue into a scheme;

Operational objectives:
Knowledge- Students will be aware of the differences between the Moldovan and the USAs Executive Power;
Skill: Students will be able to decode the unknown vocabulary;
Students will be able to speak and read an unknown text and to find the main idea, listen to a short oral message for general
comprehension;
Attitude: Students will form positive attitudes towards the executive power of our country;
Resources: Textbook, posters, sheets of paper, blackboard, chalk, stickers, copybooks, pictures.
Strategies: Whole class work, Individual work, Class discussion, Turn Taking, Filling the Gaps, Conversation, Opinion Sharing,
Writing, The Communicative method, Exercise and Multiple choice.

Stages of the lesson (Learning Activities)

Resources

Strategies (methods,
techniques, forms of
activities)

Subcompetences

I
EVOCATION
1.Organization
-The teacher greets the pupils and creates the atmosphere;
-The pupils greet him back.
-The teacher introduces himself:
Hello!My name in Natalia.I am a 3 year student at the
University B.P.Hasdeu. During 2 lessons I will be your
English teacher.
2.Warm up
-The teacher refers the pupils to choose a handout and asks
them to read the qualities of a person from the handouts.
-The pupils will read the following:
Hello, my name is ;I am a ... person.
For example: Hello, my name is Natalia and I am a curious,
responsible and friendly person.
3. Checking homework
-The teacher asks the pupils what their homework was, they
answer that they had to retell ,,The USA CONGRESS
-The teacher listens to the pupils retelling homework and
corrects the mistakes if any.

Time

1 min

Blackboard;
Handouts;

Whole class work;


Opinion sharing;
Discussion;
Turn taking;

S2.1

5 min

Textbook;
Copybooks;

Whole class work;


Questioning;
Discussion;

S3.1
S3.3
S3.4

7 min

Notes

4. Preparation
-The teacher announces the competences and the subcompetences of the lesson.
- The teacher reads the proverb and asks students to comment
it.
-The teacher refers the pupils to the Discussion Points and
asks them to answer the questions about the executive power
in Moldova. He directs the students to the ex.1,2,3 at page
59.-The teacher gives the photos of states to the students
where the head of the state is or was.
- The pupils also spell correctly the words from the Word
Study: veto, bill, appoint, treaty, directive.
REALIZATION OF MEANING
New Material presentation
a Pre-Listening
- The teacher catches the pupils attention by telling them to
be quiet and very attentive because he will present them a list
with names of presidents of the USA together with their
pictures.
-The students are listening attentively.
-The teacher asks students about the qualities of a good
president.
He also directs the pupils to the ex.1 at p. 59 and asks them
to pay attention to the text in order to answer the questions.
b While-Listening
The teacher asks the students to read the text one by one, the
pupils pay attention to it in order to answer the questions from
the ex. 2, 3,4,5, p.60.

Textbook;
Pictures;
Handouts;

Whole class work;


Opinion sharing;
Discussion;
Chorus repetition;

S3.4
S2.1
S2.5

5 min

Textbook;
Handouts;

Opinion sharing;
Matching;
Chorus repetition;

S1.4
S4.5

1 min

Textbook;
Copybooks;
Individual work;

7 min

III. REFLEXION
a) Post-Reading
The teacher reads the questions one by one and expects from
the pupils to give the right answer. All the answers are written
on the blackboard. The teacher asks the pupils to comment
their answer in order to know their opinion.

Textbook;
Copybooks;

Whole class work;


Discussion;
Opinion sharing;

b Homework
-The teacher writes the homework on the blackboard the ex.
2; page 60 and to retell the text at the page 59.
-The teacher gives marks to the pupils for their activities.
-The teacher announces the end of the lesson, thanks the
pupils for attention and says goodbye. The pupils thank the
teacher for the lesson and leave for the break.

10 min

Presentation
Textbook;

IV. EXTENSION
In order to recapitulate the text, the teacher gives them wrong
sentences and asks each of them to unscramble the sentences.
V. FEEDBACK
a Assessment
-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
draw conclusions.

S3.1
S3.3
S3.4

Whole class work;


Presentation;
Discussion;

S3.3
S3.1
S1.4

6 min

Textbook;
1 min

Textbook;
Copybooks;
Blackboard;
Register;
Chalk;

2 min