Level: 1st year
N. of students : 20
Evaluation: 3rd term
Unit of Work: Tea and Coffee
Timing: 5 sessions + final task
Material: CD player, blackboard, photocopies, computers (althia room)
FINAL TASK : make a multicultural calendar
PUPILS’ PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: vocabulary related to the English speaking world, the passive voice…
· Reflect on the function of language in communication in order to improve their own productions
· Understand and interpret critically oral, written and visual texts.
· Value the FL as a means to have access to other knowledge and cultures
· Read general texts or adequated to their interests without a dictionary
· Expose learners to diff pieces of input related to English speaking countries.
· Express and understand linguistic and phonological diff between BrE & AmE
· To encourage a positive attitude towards other people and their culture
· To interact with others and to participate in the exchange of information
· To produce comprehensive written text using the acquired linguistic devices
· To contrast oral texts in terms of their phonetic varieties
· To exchange information with other students
· To debate in oral form the best solution in order to defend the environment
· To write a composition with a balanced argument
· To establish the logical order of sentences in order to make a coherent whole
· Predicting and deducing information from oral texts
· To understand and seek information in written texts
· To produce oral and written text
· Texts related to environmental issues
· Scanning and skimming of given texts and listening activities
· Inferring the meaning of unfamiliar lexical items through understanding contextual clues
LANGUAGE AND LANGUAGE AWARENESS
A. FUNCTIONS AND GRAMMAR
· To use the passive voice
· To ask and give information about other cultures and countries
· To tell how to make a recipe
· Countries and nationalities
· British and American vocabulary differences
· To locate English speaking countries in a map
· To show respect to other cultures and languages
· Importance showing respect to other cultures and languages
· Development of a critical conscience that values adequately the information coming from the cultures of the foreign countries. – comparing with us – looking for festivities, traditions, food,…
· Correct use of ICT as a way of communicating with native speakers.
· To locate English speaking countries in the map
Moral and Civic Education
Students will learn about other countries, showing respect for different cultures
Geography and History.
ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY
· Graded and guided tasks.- To find particular improving opportunities for weaker and advance students (Green coloured for fast learners; Violet coloured for average students and yellow coloured for slower students)
· Group/ pair work.- Students are distributed attending to their learning possibilities
– Previously knowledge test
– Teacher’s Observation Notebook
– Practice stage
– Final Task.
– Final test
– Production Stage.
Final task evaluation sheet
Self-assessment sheet. (end of each session and end of unit)
TEACHING PROCESS EVALUATION
q Class management.
q Teaching methods.
q Interaction between children.
q Interaction between class and the teacher.
q Involvement of the individual learner.
OBSERVATION AND ANALYSIS:
· Were children absorbed in the activities?
· Did class management work effectively?
· Were my aims achieved?
· What aspects were most successful?
· How can I reinforce their learning?
· Has any other extra activity been performed? Was it successful?