Fantasy world 5 grade

Быжыбаева Назкеш

Short term plan

 

Unit 7 Fantasy world School: Algabas
Date: Teacher name: Быжыбаева Н
CLASS: 5 Number present: absent:
Lesson title Two different places
Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to (link to the Subject programme)  

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

5.UE3  use a growing variety of adjectives on a limited range of familiar general and curricular topics

Lesson objectives All learners will be able to:

use new vocabulary concerning the topic «Hollywood »

use adjectives with some support.

Most learners will be able to:

use adjectives with a little support

make a sentence using new words.

Some learners will be able to:

use adjectives without support.

Answer the questions about city

Assessment criteria use new words  at least 4-5 words

talk about his/her city

use  adjectives

make a sentence

Language objective Topic vocabulary: quiet, famous, noisy, small, part,

fast,  expensive, nice, interesting

Values links respect, solidarity, transparency, lifelong learning.
Cross-curricular links Geography
Previous learning People and places
Plan
Planned timings Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)

 

Resources
Start

 

Greeting

Warm up

Teacher asks to watch a video about «Hollywood»

Differentiated tasks while watching the video:

Low motivated learners write words they know that come to their mind.

Middle motivated learners write 2-3 word combinations.

High motivated learners write 2-3 sentences.

Ss come to the conclusion about the topic of the lesson.

https://www.yo utube.com/ watch?v= 2gLhjEWvM1k

 

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Teacher distributes cards «Talking about cities».

Low motivated learners try to complete the sentences with the words below:

quiet, famous, noisy, small, part,

fast,  expensive, nice, interesting

Middle motivated learners complete the sentences with the words below and translate these sentences.

High motivated learners create their own sentences by describing pictures.

Descriptors:

A learner

knows new words.

reads and translates the sentences.

Answer the questions

They decide which features should be included; make a key with symbols; write coordinates where the features can be found. They give the city a name.

Learners in pairs brainstorm adjectives they can use to persuade people to visit their city to describe their fantasy city and its features e.g. Encourage learners to practice comparative and superlative adjectives;

beautiful, the best, better than any city in the country, clean, great, happy place, nice, exciting, famous, fine, top, excellent

Explain what a persuasive text is. Below their map learners write a short, persuasive text to try to get people to visit their city. (30-50 words)

F.A.

50- words   Very well!

40 — pictures Good!

30 — pictures Try again!

Descriptors:

A learner

uses new words (beautiful, garbage, exciting etc) at least 4-5 words

presents his/her ideal city creatively

uses comparative and superlative adjectives

writes 30-50 words

Read the text again and answer the questions.

 

1  Is Hollywood, USA part of Washington?

2  Is it a village?

3  Is it a quiet place?

4 Is Hollywood, Ireland a big place?

5  What’s near the village?

6 Is it near a city?

Which of these words are in the text? Which words are similar in your language? Can you guess their meanings?

 

1 disco 6 airport
2 cinema 7 hotel
3 studio 8 shop
4 park 9 museum
5 restaurant 10 café

 

ABOUT YOU  Ask and answer the questions.

1  Are you in a city, town or village now?

2 Are there interesting places in your city, town or village?

3  Are the houses big there?

4 Are the shops expensive?

5  What’s your favourite place? Why?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Markers, paper, colorful pencils, glue, scissors

 

End

 

Homework:

Project work “My dream city”.

Low motivated learners 6-7 sentence

Middle motivated learners 8-9 sentence

High motivated learners: more  than 10 sentence

Feedback

At the end of the lesson, the teacherasks the learners  to assess the lesson using a stickers.

Evaluation

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
Additional Support

Offer more support to weaker students at the presentation stage.

 

use new words at least 4-5 words

talk about his/her  city

use adjectives.

make a sentence

respect, solidarity, transparency, lifelong learning.

 

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