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Liceul Teoretic Minerva

English

Didactic Project

Subject Jobs
Form- VIIth -B

Diaconu Claudia
Professor l.engleza
Grad didactic II
(pentru consiliul metodic)
CHISINAU 2012
Date: 12.11. 2012

Form : VIIth B
Subject :English
Topic : Jobs
Type of lesson: introducing new contents( vocabulary, reading,speaking,listening)
Competence :vocabulary skills, reading and spoken interaction.
Learning objectives:
1. to practice new vocabulary
2. to practice reading for general information
3. to practice listening unknown texts and identifying the type of the text
4. to practice answering the general and special questions
5. to enlarge the knowledge on the topic
Visual aids: motto, pictures, text-books, power point presentation.
Bibliography:
1. English for you and me for VIIth form2010
2. Curriculum la limba straina I 2010
3. Ghid de implementare a curriculumului modernizat pentru treapta liceala
4. Internet sources

Lesson
procedure

Objectives Teachers activity

Evocation O 5

Meaning O 1
realization
O2
O5

Students activity

Learning
Strategies and
resourses
-The teacher greets the students The pupils greet the teacher back. Tongue twister
And announces the objectives of They repeat the tongue twister
Reading aloud
the lesson.
after the teacher, then they read
Brainstorming
The teacher presents the pupils a by themselves as quickly as they
tongue twister to read as quickly can.
as they can .
They answer the questions.
The teacher connects the tongue
twister to the topic of the lesson.
What is the key word in the
tongue twister?
-About what will be our lesson
today?
The teacher asks the pupils to
The pupils explain with their own Individual
explain the proverb:
words
work
When work is a pleasure ,life is
a joy
When work is a duty, life is a
slavery.
The T. directs the pupils
They repeat the new words and
Reading aloud
attention to the vocabulary set
match them with the pictures.
on power point presentation and When necessary they are helped
asks the pupils to repeat the
by the teacher
words after her. (Appendix
1,2,3,4)
-Now please ,match the new

Evaluation
Class frontal
work

Class frontal
work

3. Reflection O 4
O5

jobs with the pictures.


(Appendix 1,2)
-Lets play the game.
Guess the job. The definitions
are given on the blackboard and
pupils have to say the jobs.
(Appendix 5)
-Which qualities are important
when choosing a person for a
professional job?(Appendix 6)
The teacher asks the pupils to
read the text A new job and
to translate it.
The teacher summarizes the text
by setting the following
questions:
The teacher asks the pupils
to pay attention to the verbs
when answer the questions.
They have to use Past

Simple.
Did
Andrew find a job?
What did Andrew do as to
find a new job?
Did he receive answer to
his applications?
Whom did he meet on the
13th of August in the

The pupils receive an exercise


that represents the learnt words
and are to match the definitions
with the jobs.
They select from a list of
qualities only those which allow
a person to be chosen for a
professional job.
They read the text one by one,
paying attention to the new words
and then translate it in their
mother tongue.

Matching
Individual
work
Selecting
Analyzing

Reading aloud

The pupils answer the questions


paying attention to the verbs.

Group work

They work with the text and


answer the questions with the
teachers help

Individual
work
Answering
questions
Class work
Summarizing

4. Extention

O1
O3
O4

street?
What did Denny tell him?
When did Andrew come
to Aberalaw?
How many candidates
took part in the
competition for the vacant
position?
Where would the selected
doctor have to work
Would you describe the
Committee room?
Who explained the
conditions of work?
What did the miners ask
Andrew?
Who was invited again?
Why was he invited
again?
Why did they choose
Andrew?

Next the pupils are asked to


listen to the text How to teach
a servant obedience.
Before listening the teacher
presents the new words on the
blackboard:

Listening to
the tape
recorder

Class
activity

O5

Was head over and


shoulders in bussines to
be very busy
To trouble-to get out of
ones way, to disturb
Footman servant
In vain-without result
To comprehend-to
understand
Place hunter -a person
who wants somebodys
place
Obedience-supunere,
ascultare

The pupils read and translate the


new words.

The pupils listen to the text


and are asked to answer to
the four questions
Who was the minister
troubled by?
Why did he call his
servant?
What did the servant
answer?
Why wasnt the minister
ever troubled by the
place-hunter?
-Try to identify what type of

The pupils read the questions and Answering


listen once again the text ,then
they try to answer the question
Problem
with the teachers help
solving

The pupils tick the right answer

Reading aloud

text is it?

The teacher gives to every pupil


a word from the vocabulary to
make up a sentence.
The teacher summarizes the
lesson by giving marks and
setting the homework- ex.2,3
p.38

Tick the correct answer


Informative
Biographical
Dialogue
Story
Poem
Each pupil makes up a sentence.
They get marks.

Individual
work