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INT Future of the Planet & Environment

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Future of the planet/Environment Teacher Day Time Branch TA Class Max Resources needed: Marker, eraser, prints of activities/texts in annex Aim: By the end of this will acquaint stage, students and teacher will be acquainted. Stage: Ice breaker Page: - Time: 5-7 mins. Method: 5 words on board. Teacher says his name then writes 5 words on the board and gets students to ask him questions about these words (is this your sister, do you live here?). Once students guessed all the words right, it’s their turn to go on the board. Comments Aim: By the end of this stage, students will be familiarized with the topic and interest will have been created. Stage: Warm- up/personalize. Page: - Time: 5-7 mins. Method: Brainstorming graph. Teacher writes ‘future of the planet’ and environment on the board and instructs students to do the same on a piece of paper. Teacher asks students what come to their minds when they see these 2 words. T and S write everything on the board . Comments Aim: By the end of this stage, students will have scan text and will have been introduced to vocab needed for following activity. Stage: Presentation Page: - Time: 10 mins Method: Loud reading. T asks s one by one to read the texts. T asks if any unknown words then explains, demonstrates and drills them. Ccq for meaning.. Comments Stage: Practice Page: - Time: 5 mins Aim: By the end of this stage, students will have learned new vocabulary pertaining to the environment.
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Method: Match word with right meaning. Teacher gives handout to the students. They have to match the word with the right definition. T does correction + asks f-up questions. Comments Aim: By the end of this stage, students will see the newly seen vocab in its natural context..
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