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Description of

class

''Mea Selimovi'' primary school; Class: III; Class profile: 25 students; 8 years old; Subject: English language
Location: English classroom; School year: 2011/2012. Teacher: Amila Islamovi,prof.

Teaching unit
2.
Recent work

Numbers 1 to 10

Type of lesson

Presentation numbers 1 to 10; Talking about ages

How old are you?

Presentation

Common greetings and introduction (Whats your name?)

Sources

Family and Friends 1; Class Book; Workbook; Teachers Book; CD; Family and Friends Alphabet Book; Reading
and writing; Grammar Friends 1
Aims and objectives
To revise and practise the Class Book characters and common greetings
To asks and answer the question: What is your name?
Short term
To identifying numbers 1 to 10
To count 1 to 10
Long term
To tell the ages
To make students interested in English
To develop students skills (listening and speaking)
Illustration
Methods
Demonstration

Class management
Individual part

Pair work

Whole class

Interaction
Teaching aids, materials
and equipment

T- S,S,S
S,S-S,S
S,S,S
Class Book, Workbook, CD player, Starter story poster, Flashcards, Magnet

Procedure

Introduction part, main part, final part

Additional plan

Say the chant: One, two, three and four. Donald Duck is going to war. Donald Duck is going to France
to teach the ladies how to dance.

Main part

y part Introductor

Aims and objectives


To practise greetings and
introduces
To encourage children
speaking and using short
sentences to introduce
themselves
To sing Hello, hello!
To identify numbers 1 to 10
To count from 1 to 10
To play with number
flashcards

Class organization procedure and


activities
Teacher invites students in pairs to practice
greetings and introduce themselves.
Everything she says she demonstrates. Stand
up, come, sit
Hello! Whats your name? my names
Whats your name?
How are you? Im fine, thank you.
Goodbye.
Sing Hello, hello!

Teaching
aids

Possible
problems
None

Possible
solutions
None

Timing

CD player
CD

T use the number flashcards to elicit


Flashcards
numbers one to ten. T puts the flashcards on
Board
the board, in order. She points to each one for Magnets
children to say the number in chorus. Then
she takes down the flashcards, shuffles them,
and holds them up one at a time for children
to say the number. T gives out the flashcards
to different children around the class. T asks
the class to count together from one to ten.
When the children hear the number, they
hold their flashcards in the air.

8'

Some
children
forget to
hold the
flashcards
in the air,
when they
hear the
number.

Teacher
repeats
this action
several
times.

8'

Main part

To present numbers 1 to 10
To practice numbers 1 to 10
To count with children

Main part

To encourage them counting


All children like it

To ask ''How old are you?''


To say the answer Im or
She's /He's
To practise numbers 1 to 10
To develop pupils skills

Teacher asks children to open their Class


Book on page 6 (she writes this number on
the board). She invites children to look at the
picture. She explains that each child is one
year older than the next and that all children
have their ages written above them.
She plays the first part of the recording for
children to listen and point to the pictures as
they hear the ages.
Secondly- they listen and repeat.
She plays the recording all the way through
for children listens and then repeats.
She points to different people in the pictures
and asks individual children to say the
numbers.
Pupils write the numbers into their notebook.
Teacher asks children to look at the pictures
again and tell her the number. She explains
them how to ask and answer about their ages.
How old are you? Most of them might have
problem to pronounce it correct and she
repeats it more times. She points and says:
''Look, He's six.'' Look, she's eight.''
Then she shows on the pictures and asks
about ages for each individual person.
Before she plays the recording, she explains
that they are going to hear some of the
children talking about their age but not all.
They must tick the children they hear.
Pausing after first dialogue, shoe children the
picture of the boy above the number 7 in the
picture and show them tick in the box.
She plays the recording again for children to
complete or check their answers.
Check the answers by asking children which
ages they heard.

Class Book
CD player
CD

Class Book
CD
CD player

Some
children
may have
problems
with
correct
pronunciat
ion.

Teacher
plays the
recording
more
times.

Some
children
might
have
problems
to say:
How old
are you?

Teacher
repeats
this
questions
more
times and
invites
children to
repeat and
asks each
other
about
ages.

10'

6'

Main part

To practise the numbers

Final part

To check pupils knowledge

To motivate pupils work in


pairs

Teacher calls up children to count with her


again. Then she asks them to work in pairs
and practise short dialogue from exercise 1.
How old are you? They give the answer as
they are the child from the picture.
The rest of the class listen to them carefully.

Class Book

She asks them to take their Workbook and


open them on page 6. There are three
different exercises to improve their
knowledge about numbers and develop their
skills. Point, say, write.

Board

None.

None.

6'
None.

None.

Flashcards
7
Magnets