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Lesson plan

Teacher:
School:
Date:
Lesson:A Voice to be Heard
Grade: 12th
Type of lesson: Combined lesson
Competencies: Communicative and pragmatic .(Understanding and producing oral &
written mesages.)
Skills: speaking, reading, writing, listening, integrated skill combinations.
Sub-competencies:3.1.Defining unknown vocabulary from the context.
2.1.Providing orally some opinions and viewpoints found in an
oral message, through
expressing personal attitudes and using arguments.
2.2.Providing oral answers to an interview on the topic, using
appropriate language
and respecting socio-cultural norms.
4.1.Editing own texts in a given number of words, using a wide
range of vocabulary.
Methods and techniques: DELPHI, 6timesWhy, discution, video-watching and analysing,
writing, interviewing.
Materials: notebook, textbook, white-board, handouts, board, computer, video-projector.
Classroom management: frontal, individual, pair work, group work.
Time: 45 minutes

Lesson
stages

Objectiv
es

Warm up

Greeting

Evocation
3.1.
2.1.

Realising
the
meaning

Activities

3.1
2.1.

2.2.

Techniqu
es

Means of
instructio
n

Discussio
n

Videowatching

DELPHI

Tim
e

Frontal

For the beginning a warmup activity for students to


help the teacher announce Expressin
the topic
g yourself
(each in turn would stand
and say what he/she feels
at the moment) and so the
teacher announces the
topic:A voice to be heard

Before getting to the topic


vocabulary work. Each
student gets a handout
with the new words. We
read them, translate or
simply explain in English
and continue.
Video-watching, Human
rights, while watching,
the students divided into

Types of
interacti
on

Frontal
1mi
n
Individual
1mi
n

Computer
Videoprojector

Frontal
2mi
n

Whiteboard Individual
, handouts Group
work
5mi
n

4groups have to complete


a chart with the
information from the
video.

Chartcompletin
g

Listening
for
specific
informatio
n
Explanatio Handouts
n

Frontal

Learning
by
discoverin
g
6timeswhy

Pair work

In groups the students will


share the information
selected from the video
and will complete the 3
dimensions of the human
rights and the rights they
present. A short discussion
follows.
Exercise

4.1.

The students in pairs will


continue to work this way
for the next activity:
6times why- Answer the
question: Why it was
necessary to adopt the
UDHR?
Thepair will have to think
well every answer in order
not to become blocked and
get a complete set of 6
answers.

3mi
n
Group
work

3mi
n
3mi
n

Then we share the results.


2.1.
Reflexion

Fot making sure te


students understood what
do the H.R. offer to every
individual, they get to read
several life situations in
which somebody had some
problems and they have to
decide what rights has
been infringed for them.
2.2.

Writing

Surprise of
the lesson.
The
interview

Evaluation

Discussio
n

Frontal
Group
work

Reading
Analysing

The next activity is to write


a short text on a given
topic which is :What
would the world look like if Writing
you ruled it.
Several of the creations
will be read .

8mi
n

Copybooks

Individual

8mi
n

Frontal

5mi
n

2.1.
3.2.

As a surprise but mostly to


make an evaluation of the
lesson a reporter is invited
for the lesson who will ask
them some questions
about the H.R. about their
lesson and how they felt
like.
The teacher makes a

Interviewi
ng
Asking
and
answering

Hometask

review of the lesson and


Evaluation
gives homework:Write an
expository text/letter to a
person from the life
situations analysed during
the lesson to inform the
person about his/her rights
and where to adress

4mi
n