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Lesson Plan using a Language from Text ApproachLevel of Students: High Intermediate, B-2Length of Class: 90 minutesLesson Objectives:1) Students identify main ideas and details from news article on food safety to practice reading comprehension and strengthen subskills. They demonstrate comprehension through written and oral tasks.2) Students accurately use four modals found in the article (may, might, can, andhave to) orally and in writing.Materials needed:- A class set of the article “Is Plastic Really Microwave-Safe? Studies say it may be hurting your health.” ?utm_source=usat&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=collab- What other materials are needed? Complete this list. Video of the dangerous of seeping, different plastic containers with different codes on the bottom as the article talks about, stripes of paper, classroom notebook and Gap fill worksheet with modals.Stage AimInteraction pattern & timingProceduresTo create interest andprepare students for coming topicT>S, S>S, S>T5 minutesHow will you create interest in this topic? Describe what the teacher and students will do. I will first explain the picture provided in thearticle. Such as, “These microwaveable dinners are also called TV dinners which is why you see a remote control next to the plate. Next, I will elicit some ideas about what they think about when they look at the photo. Then, I will have them work with a
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