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CEP Lesson Plan Template
Teacher/s: Yin Lin
Level: Elementary 1
Date/Time: November 7 / 9:00-11:00
Goal:
1. Grammar point: ordinal numbers.
2. Speaking skill: talking about date, rank, or sequence with ordinal numbers.
Objectives:
Students Will Be Able To
1. understand, and use ordinal numbers.
2. ask and answer questions about date, rank, or sequence with ordinal numbers.
Theme: Places
Aim/Skill/Microskill

Activity/Procedure/Stage

Interaction Time

Greetings

Greetings. How was your weekend? What


did you do on weekend? Talk with your
partner.

S-S

Presentation

Seymas presentation other students listen S-T/SS


carefully, and try to think of some questions
to ask.

Writing Feedback

Talk to your partner about what you wrote.


Then, give Ss their writing with feedback.

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Activity 1: Reading
Activity & Grammar

Pre-Reading
Discuss in pairs: How many languages do
S-S
you speak? Which language(s) do you speak
in different places? (e.g., at home, at school,
at work)? Which language(s) do you use
when you write emails, read news, talk/chat
with your friends, watch a movie, listen to
music, read a book, etc.?
During Reading
Individual/
(E2) Read the article. What is it about?
S-S/S-T
Choose the correct answer.
(E3) Read the article again. What do these
numbers refer to?
(E4) Find these words in the article and
match them with the definition.

S-S
T-S

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Discuss these questions in pairs:
1. What is your first language? Is
English your second language?
2. Does your country have an official
language?
3. What languages do people normally
learn at school? Why do they learn
these languages?
How do you learn the second language?
(E6) Read the article again. Add these
sentences to the end of each paragraph.
What helped you find the answer?
Post-Reading
1. Look at the two sentences from the
article. Which says how many and
which says order?
2. Where can you use ordinal numbers?
[When objects are placed in order, we
use ordinal numbers to tell their
position.]
3. Look at the table on the handout. How
do you say the dates? How about 2, 3,
4? (write on the board). Pay attention
to the spelling. Besides date, where can
you use ordinal numbers? Can you give
me any examples? (date, street, rank,
grade, century, sequence)
4. Work in pairs. Complete the sequence
of numbers.
5. (Handout): write down the answers true
for you:
1. When is your birthday?
2. When is New Years Day?
3. Who is Olympic silver medalist?
4. Which floor do you live on?
5. Which floor do you have English
class on?
6. Where is Time Square?

S-T/T-S

Individual/
S-S/S-T

S-T/T-S

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Individual/
S-S/S-T
20

Individual/
S-S/S-T

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7. What is your favorite sport? How
many players are there in the sport?
8. How many brothers or sisters do you
have?
9. Whats your shoe size?
10. How many times have you been to
the Central Park?
11. How long have you been abroad in
your life?
Wrap-up

Assigning homework for todays class

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Ordinal Numbers:
When objects are placed in order, we use ordinal numbers to tell their position.

Practice and say these dates:


1. January 1: January first.
2. 6/30: June thirtieth.
3. July 4:
4. May 18:
5. October 31:
6. 2/14:
7. 12/24:
Speaking: write down the answers that are true for you, and then talk in pairs:
(How many)
1. What is your favorite sport? How many players are there in the sport?
2. How many brothers or sisters do you have?
3. Whats your shoe size?
4. How many times have you been to the Central Park?
5. How many seasons are there in your country?
(Order)
6. When is your birthday?

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7. When is Christmas?
8. Who is Olympic silver medalist?
9. Which floor do you live on?
10. Which floor do you have English class on?
11. Where is Time Square?
12. Which is the nearest train station to Columbia University? (The station on Street.)
13. What vegetables do you like (list three)? First, Second, Third,