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Teacher: Ms Toth|Room: 4|
Observer: n/a|Expected numbers: 9|
Date & Time: 12/9/2012 10:00|Class level: intermediate|
Context: revise conditionals to bring out exercises to reported speech|
Teaching aids: exercise sheets, sheet of reported speech, paper, pens, pictures, whiteboard and pen|
Learner objectives:to be able to report small conversation|Personal aims:to give prompt feedback|
Anticipated problems for students:to see the difference in usage between contitionals|Solution:make as much exercise as possible|
Anticipated problems for teacher:to explain the differences between conditionals, to answer student questions|Solution:to be well prepared with teaching aids and explanations|
Revise conditionals with students from previous lesson. Ask student to chain different conditionals one by one. You start for them and after they use their imagination to follow. eg: If I had five children, I wouldn't have to work. - If I don't work, I may not have enough money. - If I didn't have enough money, I couldn't buy everything I want. - If I hadn't been able to buy what i want it would have made me upset. - If i was upset, it might cause difficulties in my concentration….. |Engage|10 min|T-S|
Help students in above exercise with quick idea drawings on the board (when they are lack of ideas) and always give them feedback of their performance| | | |
Handle out some exercise sheet of conditionals, like Split Sentences and Complete the Conditionals and after give feedback.|Engage |5 mins|S-S|
Handle some pictures out for every student. Ask them to create at least two conditionals sentences around the picture. eg. If this man was smaller, it could be the...