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WEEK 30

Date of planning : 12/04/2018

UNIT 17: HOW MUCH IS THE T-SHIRT ? Lesson 3- Part 1, 2, 3

I/ Objectives: By the end of the lesson Ss will be able to listen to the CD and number the pictures. How much are the …..?

Language focus:

II/ Resources:Posters, flashcards, puppets, CD player and projector III/ Organization:

Class Date of teaching Absent students

4A 4B

IV/ Procedure:

Teacher’s and Students’ activities Content Warm-up : (3’)

- Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson by calling some pupils to the front of the class to sing the song buying closthes

1. Listen and repeat (10’)

-Tell pupils that they are going to practise saying the sounds of the ‘sandals and trouser the words subject and subjects respectively.

- Play the recording and ask pupils to repeat a few times.

- Play the recording a few times and let pupils say the words and the sentences, paying attention to the target sounds.

-Do choral and individual repetition of the sounds, words and sentences until pupils feel confident.

-Get some pupils to say the sentences in front of the class.

- Correct the pronunciation, if necessary.

1. Listen and repeat

2. Look at the sentences and the strees masks (‘) Then listen and say sentences aloud. (10’)

-Tell pupils that they are going to listen and say sentences aloud.

-Give them a few seconds to read the words in silence

2. Look at the sentences and the strees masks (‘) Then listen and say

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and guess the words to fill the gaps.

-Have pupils listen to the recording the appropriate words.

- Have them swap their answers before checking as a class. Go around offering help, if necessary.

-Ask pupils to read the sentences aloud.

sentences aloud.

3. Let’s chant (10’)

-Tell pupils that they are going to read the chant How much is/are …….

-Have them read the chant and check comprehension.

-Play the recording more than once, if necessary, for pupils to do choral and individual repetition.

- Show them how to chant and do actions.

- Call two groups of three to give a demonstration, one group chants the three questions and the other chants the three answers.

-Get pairs or groups to sit opposite of each other and practise chanting and doing actions.

- Call two groups of three to the front of the class to chant and do actions. The rest of the class claps along to the rhythm.

3. Let’s chant

Consolidation (2’) -How much are the ……?

-They are………

Home link (1’)

-Learn by heart the chant.

-Be ready for lesson 3: 4,5,6

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WEEK30

Date of planning: 12/04/2018

UNIT 17: HOW MUCH IS THE T-SHIRT ? Lesson 3- Part 4,5,6

I/ Aim: By the end of the lesson Ss will be able to read and write about How much are the jeans ?

Language focus:

II/ Resources:Posters, flashcards, puppets, CD player and projector III/ Organization:

Class Date of teaching Absent students

4A 4B IV/ Procedure:

Teacher’s and Students’ activities Content Warm-up : (3’)

- Revising the previous lesson by getting two groups of three to go to the front of the class to chant How much is/are…..?The rest of the class craps to the rhythm or does actions.

4. Read and complete. (10’)

-Tell pupils that they are going to read and complete the table.

-Get them to look at the timetable and guess places they can use to fill the gaps.

- Have them read the text to find the information they need to complete the task. If necessary, get them to work in pairs.

-Give pupils time to do the task independently. Go around offering help, if necessary.

-Get them to swap their answers before checking as a class.

Key

At school At home On hot day A short

skirt, a red scarf and a

pair of

A bouses, a pair of short, and a pair of slippers.

4. Read and complete.

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sandals On cold

day

A jacket over a jumpers , a long skirt,a red scarf and a socks and shoes

A jumper and a trousers, a pairs of socks and a slippers.

5. Draw the clothesing items and write pricers. (10’) - Draw the closthes .

-Give pupils time to do the task independently. Go around offering help, if necessary.

-Get them to swap their answers before checking.

-If there is time, ask one pupil to write their answers on the board.

5. Draw the clothesing items and write pricers.

6. Project (8’)

-Tell pupils that they are going to interview two classmates about their parents’jobs and tell the class about it.

-Give each of them a small piece of paper and ask them to copy the table in the Pupil's Book on the paper.

- Have them tell he class about their results.

6. Project

Consolidation (1’)

How much are the …..?

read and write about their family members’ jobs and where they work.

Home link (2’)

-Learn by heart the new words and model sentence.

-Be ready for unit 17

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WEEK 30

Date of planning: 12/04/2018

UINT 18 : WHAT IS YOUR PHONE NUMBERS ? Lesson 1- Part 1,2

I/ Objectives: By the end of the lesson Ps can:

Use the words and phrases related to the topic How much is the T-shirt?

Ask and answer questions about someone’s physical appearance, using How much are the ………?

Language focus:

New words:

Model sentences: What’s your phone numbers ?

II/ Resources:Posters, textbook, CD player, flashcards…

III/ Organization:

Class Date of teaching Absent students

4A 4B

IV/ Procedure:

Teacher’s and Students’ activities Content Warm up: (3’)

- Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson by calling some pupils to the front of the class to sing the song buying closthes

1. Look, listen and repeat: (10’) What is this ?

Play the recording three times for pupils to listen and repeat in choral, pointing to the characters speaking

Play the recording again for them to listen and repeat in lines

Call two Ps to role play

Tell pupils that they are going to practice asking and answering questions about

someone’s physical appearance, using What is your phone numbers?

1. Look, listen and repeat

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2. Point and say: (13’)

Have them look at the bubbles and the pictures to understand how the language is used in different contexts.

Point to picture a, model the task with one pupil: What is your phone numbers?

Let pupils repeat chorally and individually.

Repeat the same procedure with the rest of the picture

Tell them to practice asking and answering the question in pairs in five minutes, using the prompts in the bubbles and the words under the picture.

Call five pairs to act out the dialogue in front of the class. Check as a class and correct pronunciation, if necessary.

2. Point and say What is your phone numbers?

D. Homelink: (2’) Learn new words Prepare the next lesson

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WEEK 30

Date of planning: 12/04/2018

UINT 18 : WHAT IS YOUR PHONE NUMBERS ? Lesson 1- Part 3,4,5

I/ Objectives:By the end of the lesson Ps can:

Ask and answer questions about someone’s physical appearance, using What is your phone numbers?

Language focus:

New words: (review)

Model sentences: What is your phone numbers?

II/ Resources: textbook, CD player, picture, flashcards…

III/ Organization:

Class Date of teaching Absent students

4A 4B

IV/ Procedure:

Teacher’s and Students’ activities Content Warm up: (5’)

Revise the previous lesson. Call two pupils to the front of the class to ask and answer What is your phone numbers?

3. Listen and tick: (10’)

Tell pupils that they are going to listen to three dialogues about people’s apperance and tick the correct pictures

Have pupils look at the pictures to identify the appearance of the people.

Play the recording two times. Ask pupils to listen to the recording and tick the correct pictures Have them give their answer

Play the recording the last time for them to check as a class

Key:

1b 2c 3a

3. Listen and tick 1b 2c 3a

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4. Look and write: (10’)

Tell pupils that they are going complete the answers about someone’s appearance, using the picture cues

Give example with the first picture: What is your phone numbers?

Have them read the question under each picture and write the answer.

Get pupils five minutes to do the task individually. Go around and offer help, if necessary.

Get pupils to give their answer.

Check

Key:2. It’s oh-nine-eight-five, oh- nine- seven, oh- nine –nine.

3.0h – nine –one –two , two eight –three, eight – oh –four.

4. Look and write 2. It’s oh-nine-eight- five, oh- nine- seven, oh- nine –nine.

3.0h – nine –one –two , two eight –three, eight – oh –four.

5. Let’s sing: (10’)

Tell pupils that they are going to sing the song What is your phone numbers ?

First, have pupils read each line of the lyrics aloud. Do choral and individual repetition and check comprehension.

When pupils are familiar with the tune, ask two groups of pupils to the front of the class. One group sings the questions and the other sings the answers. Have the rest of the class sing together and clap hands

5. Let’s sing

Consolidation: (3’)

Ask a pair of Ps to recall the model sentences of the lesson

One asks: What is the your phone numbers ? One answers: ………

Give comment and consolidate D. Homelink: (2’)

Learn new words Prepare the next lesson V. Evaluation

Good points: ...

Points can be improved: ...

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