Form: 2 Level: Low intermediate – high intermediate
Date: 4th Mac 2013 Time: 1 hour 30 minutes Subject: EnglishTopic: Natural Disaster (Geography)
Focused skill: Speaking (interaction and fluency)
Integrated skill(s): Writing, reading and thinking skills
Grammar structures/lexical items/phonology: Lexis related to natural disaster; earthquake, flood, victim and etc
Curriculum Specifications: Form 2 – 1.1: Level 2,vi) Participating in teacher-guided class discussions on topics of interest by; agreeing to another and saying so, disagreeing politely with another and giving one’s opinions, defending one’s point of view.
Learning outcomes: By the end of the lesson, the Ss will be able to: * Content: Enhance their knowledge about the types of natural disaster: Know the positive and negative effects of the natural disaster * Language: Use the register and lexis related to natural disaster e.g catastrophe, volcanic eruptions, seismic waves, cyclone etc: Increase their orals with friends in L2: Practice genuine communication * Cognition: Make predictions based on logical thinking: Reflect on how the catastrophe affects people’s life * Internationalisation: Develop their knowledge and awareness about the countries that are prone to natural disaster Moral values and educational emphases (as appropriate): Develop awareness of the natural disaster, working collaboratively Previous knowledge: Students already know types of natural disasters and a few basic effects and also mind mapping technique Anticipated problems and proposed solutions:
Problem: Ss have problems with vocabulary in the reading
Solution: Group discussion, provide dictionary or give personal help to the Ss Resources: LCD projector, laptop, speaker, a video that consists of many natural disaster, dictionaries, power point of the effects of natural disaster, reading for earthquake, flood,...