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Hobbies Teacher Day Time Branch TA Class Aim: Subject introduction /see Subtopics Stage: Warm- up/Presentation Page: Time: 15/17min min Method: Subject personalization /my hobbies/hobbies general Teacher will write the word hobbies on the board Teacher will address the students individually asking them if they have any hobbies or any they would like to do and tell the class about The teacher will list the hobbies mentioned on the board under the word hobbies The teacher will then ask the class think of as many types of hobbies as they can and will also list them under hobbies and have everyone in the class write them down as they are written on the board The teacher will then read the description of the origin of the word HOBBY from paragraph called (Hobby horse) Comments Aim: Subtopic intro and familiarization (1. Collecting, Games, recreation, and Weird) see subtopics doc. Stage: presentation vocabulary Page: Time: 14-16min Method: Information sharing/debate The teacher will write the title of the first subtopic on the board (collecting) Students will be asked what they think the word collecting may imply in regard to hobbies The teacher will then read the brief definition of the subtopic from the subtopics doc. Have them write it down, briefly discuss it, and answer any questions they may have The teacher will do the same with every subtopic until the list is exhausted these will be written next to each other leaving room(start high on the board) The teacher will ask the class to think of as many types of hobbies as they can , as they do the teacher will write each one on the board in no special order and ask the students to volunteer whatever they may know about it (as this is done have each student copy down a list of all the hobbies
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