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LP No. 5

Post  Jason Jang on Mon Apr 14 2008, 00:13

Our mid-term test is coming up so guys let's prepare for the best. Moreover, i hope i don't make any mistakes on the test.
Good luck guys.

here is my No.5 Lesson plan.
http://blog.paran.com/lusj0107
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Post  Jason Renshaw on Sun Apr 20 2008, 02:31

Jason Jang wrote:Our mid-term test is coming up so guys let's prepare for the best. Moreover, i hope i don't make any mistakes on the test.
Good luck guys.

here is my No.5 Lesson plan.
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Hi Jason,

Thanks for your efforts with this lesson outline.

To be honest, I thought your topic focus here was a good one, but I found the opening dialogues a little confusing in terms of what it was you want the learners to focus on and learn how to do. These dialogues are quite natural to a native English speaking environment, perhaps, but what about an EFL context? The input and noticing sections don't appear to have a very strong link to the production activity you want the learners to engage in later (and the production activity confused me completely, actually - and if it confused me, it will certainly confuse your learners). They do in terms of context and situation, but not in terms of actual language production.

The controlled practice section is also problematic. It looks more like a reading comprehension exercise than anything really geared to realistic speaking.

A way you could improve this lesson is to focus the initial input to short mini-speeches from different students explaining fire safety and procedures. These mini-speeches could be broken down into different chunks for your drill section, and different words and sentences for the enunciation sections. They could be adapted further to make gap-fill style speeches in your controlled practice section, and then the production section could involve asking the students to give safety speeches about a different (but similarly dangerous) situation such as a hurricane or flood situation. Your overall general objective could then have been to talk about safety procedures in general, beginning with the example of fire safety and gradually expanding through your lesson materials to create flexible ability in the students to talk about other related situations.

I hope these suggestions are helpful!

Best of luck with it,

~ Jason


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thanks for your corrections.

Post  Jason Jang on Sun Apr 20 2008, 19:03

my LPs 4&5 are focused on the level of high school students,sorry, i should have mentioned it. i ,frankly speaking, am still not comfortable making a Lesson Plan and i know the fact that i have made many mistakes. i ,however, think i'm in a process where i can make as many errors as i can and ,in the mean time, i will put my best efforts to make best LPs. by the way, as i have noticed before, i am glade that other students are making good LPs and i can learn many things from them.

Thanks for giving us a grate opportunity to practice and your replies.
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