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UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACIÓN

Enrique Guzmán y Valle


Alma Mater del Magisterio Nacional
FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y HUMANIDADES
DEPARTAMENTO ACADEMICO DE LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS

LESSON PLAN
“WHAT I LIKE DOING”
I. GENERAL INFORMATION:
1. 1. Course:
1. 2 Unit/ lesson:
1. 3 Professor:
1. 4 Date:

II. AIMS:
At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:
 Express classmates likes and dislikes with grammar accuracy.
 Talk about likes and dislikes with good pronunciation and fluency.
III. PROCEDURES:
LEARNING EVALUATION
STRATEGIES TECHNIQUES RESOURCES TIME
SITUATION CRITERIA INDICATORS INSTRUMENTS

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 Teacher greets students
 Teacher shows popular names for  Ice  Card names

PRE
using in class with students during the lesson breaking
 Teacher shows pictures with different
activities.
 Teacher asks students “What  Flash cards  Oral  Express
SENTATIO

activities have they just seen?”  Slides


activities  Rubrics 10’
 Teacher motivates students their  Eliciting Production with good
N

participation giving happy face cards  Happy face


cards pronunciation
 Teacher shows students a power point
with some questions.
 Teacher asks students “What is the
topic going to be today?”  Eliciting  Slides
Teacher says the objectives of the class

LEARNING EVALUATION TIME


STRATEGIES TECHNIQUES RESOURCES
SITUATION CRITERIA INDICATORS INSTRUMENTS

 Teacher explains the grammar chart  Make


LIKE + VERB+ING  Teacher sentences with
 Teachers shows students to pronounce Explanation grammar
LIKE and DON’T LIKE accuracy
P R A
C T I

 Teacher gives some examples and  Slides


C E

asks for students to make sentences using  Eliciting  Oral


I LIKE / I DON’T LIKE with the cards given 10’
 Teacher asks students to make  Flash Production  Talk
questions and answers working in pairs. cards about their likes  Rubrics
 Teacher corrects students’ answers and  Pair Work and dislikes with
motivate their participations. good
pronunciation
 Teacher asks students to tape their  Tape
PRODUCTION

classmates’ reports in the cassettes.  Recording  Cassett their oral


 Teacher asks students to tape taking es  Oral production with
into account grammar accuracy, pronunciation grammar
and fluency.  Tape Production accuracy, 10’
 Teacher makes metacognition  Questions recorder pronunciation
questions and Answers machines and fluency.

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IV. REFERENCES:

 EVANS, Virginia & O’ SULLIVAN, Neil (2005). Double Click 2, Intermediate Student’s Book. Express Publishing.
 EVANS, Virginia & O’ SULLIVAN, Neil (2005). Double Click 2, Intermediate Student’s Workbook. Express Publishing.
 EVANS, Virginia & O’ SULLIVAN, Neil (2005). Double Click 2, Grammar Book. Express Publishing.
 NORMAN, Coe & HARRINSON, Mark (2007). Oxford Practice Grammar – Intermediate Level. Oxford University Press.
 STEWART, Clark (2007). Word for Word –Intermediate Level. Oxford University Press.
 HEINLE & heinle. 2009. THE NEWBURY HOUSE DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN ENGLISH.
The Newbury House Publishing Team. (Ss could use other monolingual dictionary).

 www.oup.com/elt/englishonline
 www.oup.com/elt/funenglishy