Unit 2. Living things. Human Beings 2.

 

Unit: 2.Living things

 

School: 79
Date:

 

Teacher name: Koishygulova Laura.
Grade: 5 Number present Absent: —
Theme of the lesson: Human Beings 2
Learning objectives (s) that this lesson is contributing to

 

 

L6 deduce meaning from context in short supported talk on an increasing range of general and curricular topics.

S6 communicate meaning clearly at sentence level during pair, group and whole class exchanges.

R9 recognize the difference between fact and opinion in short, simple texts on an increasing range of general and curricular topics.

W3  write with  support  factual descriptions at text level which describe animals, places and objects

U.E3 use a growing variety of adjectives and regular and irregular comparative and superlative adjectives on a limited range of familiar general and curricular topics.

Lesson objectives All learners will be able to:

write with  support  factual descriptions at text level which describe animals, places and objects with support

get  information about a limited range of the topic ‘The lion and the mouse’ with support

use adjectives to describe things

Most learners will be able to:

recognize the difference between fact and opinion

write with  support  factual descriptions at text level which describe animals, places and objects with some support

understand  unexpected  comments  about  a limited  range of the topic ‘The lion and the mouse’ with some support

Some learners will be able to:

spell most familiar high – frequency words accurately when writing independently

understand specific information and detail in short,     simple  texts on theme  ‘The lion and the mouse’ without support

write with  support  factual descriptions at text level which describe animals, places and objects without support

Assessment criteria

 

— apply the rule for adjectives;

— describe specific information  and detail in short simple text on given theme;

-write with  support  factual descriptions at text level which describe animals, places and objects;

-make a response on an increasing range of the topic ‘The lion and the mouse’

Value links Secular society with high spirituality
Cross curricular links Biology and Geography
ICT skills Slide: pictures of animals, videos
Previous learning Animals
Plan
Time Planned activities Resources
Beginning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.Greeting: Teacher greets learners. Learners   respond to greeting

2. Psychological atmosphere

Phonetic drill

You can go to Africa
To see some chimpanzees
You can see huge rhinos
And giraffes as tall as trees
Travel to Australia
And meet a kangaroo
Or see a scary spider
And a cute koala too

Teacher shows photo of  animal on the screen and asks students to make the animals’ voices

3. Dividing into subgroups: Teacher divides learners into subgroups using pieces of animals’ pictures

1) Domestic animals

2) Wild animals

3) Pets

4. Checking up the home task  talk about favorite cartoon

5. Teacher stops the moment from a definite cartoon and students guess what animals are there in the cartoon

 

 

Pictures

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pieces of animals’ pictures

 

Middle

 

 

 

 

 

 6. ‘YES or NO?’

Students use green and red cards to answer the given questions. Green cards for positive answers and red ones for negative answers.

Pre-reading task. Watching a video

7. Formative assessment task

Read the text

The lion and the mouse

A lion is sleeping in his den. A mouse runs into the lion’s den, jumps on his head and sits on his nose. The lion is angry. He takes the mouse in his strong paw. “What are you doing, silly mouse?”, roars the lion. “I will eat you”. The mouse is crying. “Please, don’t eat me. Perhaps one day I can help you”. The lion laughs when he hears it. How is a little mouse going to help the King of Beasts? However he lets the mouse go. Some days later the mouse is looking for food in the forest. Suddenly she sees the lion in a big net. The mouse begins to chew the net. She is making big holes in it. And the lion jumps out from the net. He is free. “There”, says the mouse. “You see how a little mouse can help a lion”.

Choose the correct answer.

1.In his den the lion ………….

a)is jumping       b) is sleeping      c) is eating

2.The lion is going ………….

a)to kill the mouse  b) to eat the mouse   c) to play with the mouse 3.The mouse ……….

a)is laughing    b) is running away      c) is crying

4.When the mouse sees the lion in the net she …….

a)is running away       b) is laughing      c) is chewing the net

Read the sentences and write T for True or F for False sentences

1. The lion and the mouse are good friends.    ___

2. The lion kills the mouse. ___

3. The lion is sleeping in the den. ___

4. The mouse helps the lion. ___

5. The lion is free. ___

Descriptor

A learner

• reads the text;

• answers the multiple choice questions;

• identifies true and false statements and writes True or False next to the sentences.

8. ‘DOMINO’ Vocabulary work

Students revise the new words by playing ‘DOMINO’

9. Describing animals. At first teacher gives definitions for a kind of  animal then after the students answer she gives pictures of animals to each group to describe.

10. ‘Who is it?’ Students should show the hiding animal to the group by using ‘Shadow’, ‘Crocodile’ and ‘Slowly slowly’ methods.

Cards

Worksheets

End

 

11.‘Walking dictation’ There will be one writer in each group. And other students of the group will transform the text to their writers orally.

Animals

There are two types of animals.

We know wild animals. They are those that live in the woods, jungles and in the fields. They are: foxes, tigers, wolves, elephants, hares and so on.

And there are animals that live near the people. They are called domestic animals. And some of them even help people. Horses, bulls, dogs help people a lot. Domestic animals are cows, cats, sheep and so on.

Many years ago when there were no cars and trucks people used horses and bulls working in the fields. Dogs are our great friends but they also guard our houses and they are used in the army and by the police. Cats catch mice and rats. As for other domestic animals they are also very useful. Hens, ducks, geese, turkeys give meat and eggs. Cows and goats give milk.

Descriptors

Read and transform the text orally

Write by dictation

12.Home task. To make an illustrative dialogue about animals

13. Feedback.Students write their opinions on stickers and stick them on the board.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brainteasers

Stickers

 

Additional information
Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners? Assessment – how are you planning to check learners’ learning? Health and safety check
ICT links
Most support:

-they will repeat the new words and they can learn words by repeating

-I’ll give them cards which have translation of the words in the text

Challenge:

More able learners:

— if they can’t know the name of the picture I’ll tell them the first letter of the word

Teacher gives different activities for each subgroup.

1. After each activity  teacher will assess in oral form (excellent, good, very clever boy or girl, good job ) and will give stars for the group works

2. According to their mood after the lesson students will stick stickers to the smiles that handing on the board

3. Emotions

 

 

 

 

 

Safety health technology

CD disk

Health activities

Reflection

Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?

Did the learners achieve the LO?

If not, why?

Did my planned differentiation work well?

Did I stick to timings?

What changes did I make from my plan and why?

 

 

 

The lesson objectives were realistic

 

 

All students achieved the LO

 

 

 

My planned differentiation worked well

 

 

Summary evaluation

What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?

1: Walking dictation

2: Collaborative work

What two things would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?

1: Asking questions

2:

What have I learned from this lesson about the class or achievements/ difficulties of individuals that will inform my next lesson?

I realized that some students aren’t good at working in a group. They couldn’t express their minds

 

 

 

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