TEFL 2GRAMMAR LESSON PLAN(Harmer, 2007)Lesson Type: Grammar lessonLesson Aims: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to fully understand grammar and be able to do corrections. They will also be able to show the application of passive grammar forms Level of Class: B1/B2Number of students: 20 Thai students, 12M, 8F, aged 19 to 24Length of lesson: 50 minutesMaterials: writing board, practice activities, pens, visualaidsStageAimTimingInteractionTeacher ActivityStudent ActivityLead- inTo introduce the grammar lesson broadly (Bigelow & Ranney, 2005).To explain well about passive forms.To set the context for the lesson and create interest tostudents.5minsTeacher and studentsGreetings. Summarizing points on use of grammar and its features.Outlining what passive grammar forms entails.Asking students if they have had any experiencein any passive sentences Students take notes on grammar.Students should reflect on what they are about to learn and try figuring out about past situations and how it appliesto t heir learning of passive grammar forms.Make a list of all past events done during childhood stage.
TEFL 3and asking each one to note some things they did at their childhood.Warmer: free conversationStudents to discuss which sentences they learned fromthe listening lesson.Discuss on them and see if they can correct grammar on their own8minsGroups Make 5 groups each with 4 students to discuss on their experiences from lesson 1.Students should identify the passively-formed sentences in the story.Students should be able to socialize well now that they are not young children.Students do as per instructions given and be free to share their views with one another.Pre-teach grammarDo introduction on some words with different grammar forms.Explain the passive forms and give examples8minTeacher and studentGive examples on the sentences with grammar forms from the listened text.Ask if they can identify Students keen on the examples and taking note of the differences.Students feedback on the questionsStudents work in pairs to discuss more on different grammar forms
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