Lesson Plan English as Foreign Language

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Sidney Stelly OVERVIEW: This lesson will be used to teach 6th graders how to say, in English, things that they would find in a kitchen. Everybody needs food to survive so it would be important to know how to talk about items in the kitchen if they were in an English speaking country. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to say the names of important kitchen items in English. (Ex. Stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, sink, fork, spoon, knife, plate, bowl, glass, table, chair, etc.) TEACHING STANDARDS: Classes are taught almost entirely in English with focus on “The Natural Approach” and “Total Physical Response”. The students need to be taught around a theme. The teachers need to incorporate reading and writing skills, assess progress on a regular basis, and plan appealing lessons that involve a variety of learning tactics. REQUIRED MATERIALS: Chalkboard, chalk, bingo cards, pencils, bingo chips, prizes for winners, and worksheet. PROCEDURES: 1. Go over the vocabulary words for items in the kitchen with the class. 2. Have them practice the words on their own for a bit. 3. Then have them practice with a partner. 4. Have them make bingo cards with the vocab words as the bingo words. 5. Pass the bingo chips out to the students. 6. Call random vocab words from the list in the opposite language and have them cover the word with a chip. 7. If they get 4 in a row any way, they raise their hand and get a prize. ASSESSMENT: After bingo, give them a worksheet that has matching definitions. Have them turn it in and grade it to make sure that they understand it. Ramirez, L. L. D. (2009). Foreign language curricula for elementary schools. Retrieved from

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