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44f7b714141b5a13e930ce8749f9c44727970c2e.docx TESOL - Lesson Plan TESOL Student Name: Hyejin Teacher observed / supervisor: Date: 01/10/2015 Time & duration of class: 2.15PM-3.15PM (1hr) Class level: Pre Intermediate Target Language: English Material Required: Board markers T1:, Stick papers; Computer/projector T2:T3: work sheet/ paper card T4: T5: Water bottle and cups. Learner Profile & Learning Environment: The students are primarily from Asian countries. The target language is English and their purpose of studying English is for academic purposes e.g entering high school and/or universities. The ages are in the range of 15-20 years old. Overall goal: - Get Student learn superlative /comparative form in practical way with various activities. Engage the class on a theme/ make student learn and use the words related to the best thing -Enable students to work on their accuracy and fluency. Time Activity Name Procedure / Class interaction Grouping Aim Possible Problems & Solutions T1 2:15~2:2 0 5’min -Memory Game Teacher presents some description of the room. Ex) There is a room. And first there is a purple heavy bed next yellow squared drawers.. Students should remember items of teacher’s comments in right order as many possible. After short version like 6 items and then present long version. If there is a student who especially remember well, provide the chocolate “the person
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