| CELTA Lesson Plan
| Kellie Cristhina dos Anjos
| Real beginner
| Mar 14th, 2013
| Start time:
No. of Ss.:
| Finish time:
MAIN AIM (language/skills): GRAMMAR
| By the end of this lesson students will be able to give their e-mails, telephone and talk about their profession.
| SUBSIDIARY AIMS:
| 1. Students will review the greetings and professions presented in the previous classes. 2. Students will be presented the following possessive adjectives: my, your, his and her
| Board, chalk, pictures, handouts, cards.
CHECKLIST (tick those included in this lesson plan)
model sentences for target language( x )
| concept questions for target language( )
| phonology of target language indicated( x )
| stages clearly titles and separated( x )
| purpose of each stage indicated( x )
| anticipated timing included( x )
| interaction pattern marked( x )
| a board plan (if relevant)( x )
| examples of all tasks used( x )
| What I hope to demonstrate by the end of this lesson is to present the target language in an engaging and simple manner.
| CONCEPT CHECKING QUESTIONS
| ANTICIPATED DIFFICULTIES AND SOLUTIONS
| possessive adjective + noun + verb to be
| The possessive adjectives are used at the beginning of noun phrases.They are pronouns, because they stand for possessive noun phrases
| /maɪ//hɪz//hɜːr/strong form /jɔːr/weak form /jər/
| There is no need for
| MEANING: P: Ss might confuse his/her, you/his and you/her.S: Clarify with pictures, demonstrating and practicing during the practice.
| PRONUNCIATION:P: Ss might pronounce /hær/ instead /hɜːr/.S: Drill the correct pronunciation.
| FORM:P: Ss might use possessive adjectives + noun + complement, forgetting the verb to be.S: Clarify by showing the form on the board.
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