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Step 2—Assessment Evidence Performance task—What will students do to show what they have learned? 1. Express their likes and dislikes of different kinds of fruits. 2. Match the names of fruits with their pictures. 3. Listen and point to different kinds of fruits. Step 3—Learning Plan Learning accomplishments Learning activities - Answer’s the question, how do I teach it? Materials needed: - Power Point presentation - Songs - Flash cards. - Handouts. Learning activities: 1. Warm-up: ( 3 minutes ) - Which kinds of food do you like?
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BACKWARD DESIGN LESSON PLAN 4 2. Introduction to lesson: ( 12 minutes ) - I show the students a PowerPoint slide that has 6 kinds of fruits then I point to each kind saying its traditional name (Farris, et.al.2015) Then, I point and the students say the name of the fruit themselves. - I use this procedure to introduce different kinds of fruit. 3. practice: ( 12 minutes ) - I give out the students fruit flash cards then I ask each student to tell the class which kind of fruit he/she has and whether he/she likes it or not. - If he/she doesn’t like this kind of fruit, he should find a colleague who finds it and they replace the flash cards (Kaur & Singh,2015). - The students play the Fly Swatter Game. Three students come to the board. One of them says the name of a fruit and the other two try to touch it first to be a winner. 4. Guided practice: ( 12 minutes ) - I give the students handouts that have the names of fruits and pictures. They work in groups or pairs to match the Arabic name of a fruit to the suitable picture. While they are working, I go round for helping. I give the students another kind of handouts that contain scrambled letters of the names of fruits. They work in pairs to reorder the letters and write the names of fruits in a cursive way.
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