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August, week 2

Class Map

PART 01 (Opening)

15 MIN 

BREAK ICE - INTRODUCTIONS - SURVIVAL SENTENCES - SET POSITIVE ENVIRONMENT - OVERVIEW & PURPOSE - ADJUST EXPECTATIONS TOWARDS CLASS GOAL

Suggestions: Don’t forget: Welcome new students, review last class and find common interests.

Correction technique(s):             Setting:        

Procedures: Ask them how the week was and complain about household chores. During the conversation, create a list of things that people have to do at home.

 

LINK FOR CLASS GOAL PRESENTATION: I know exactly how you feel, but you know what do I do when I have to do these things? I…. 

PART 02  (30 MIN):  GRAMMAR - STRUCTURES - VOCABULARY - SOCIAL AND CULTURAL AWARENESS - PRONUNCIATION - STUDY!

Don’t forget: Board support, modeling and teacher’s input.

Correction technique(s): Class correction, self correction

Setting: U-shape        Grouping: 

Procedures: Create examples on the board on how you usually do the laundry, how do you do the dishes, if you listen to music, if you have background noise, if you like to do it or if you have a specific schedule for these things. Remember that the chores are supposed to be background, we’re after suggestions on how to make these things more interesting and in a way that the student talks about the chores naturally. 

Keywords: While, during, when, verbs in the present.

LINK: Alright, you know how I do it, but how do you do these things?

PART 03  (30 MIN): PRACTICE - CONVERSATION - PRESENTATIONS - RESEARCHES - MUSIC - VIDEOS - ART - FUN - GAMES - DEBATES - PROJECTS - PRACTICE!

Don’t forget: Practice real life situations. It’s a personalized class.

Correction technique(s): Group Correction, Self Correction, Circles and marks         Setting: Pairs             Grouping: Same level   

Procedures: the students are supposed to talk about their methods on doing household chores. If the conversation fuel ends up too quickly, talk about the nasty consequences of not doing these things or imagining inventions to maybe eliminate these chores. If your students don’t have any of these responsibilities, ask them how they would like to do these things if they had to. Again: Focus on their ways of expressing actions, not the actions themselves.

 

PI: if one student can't create anything, give them some ideas, like when doing the dishes, sometimes your clothes get wet, how can we solve this problem? With an apron?

LINK: Well, I have to admit I loved the ideas you guys had, especially listening to music while you do the dishes and dance around! Looks silly, but don't you guys love just being alone and doing what you want? 

PART 04  (15 MIN): CLOSING - FEEDBACK - SELF EVALUATION - CLARIFY DOUBTS - NEXT CLASS - HOMEWORK - SUPPORT TALKS - ADJUST EXPECTATIONS

Don’t forget: What did we study today? What will we study in the next class? 

 

Procedures: With the link you can change the subject to daily life. Talk about the suggestions that showed up in class, thank them for helping out and making things easier, check if they have anything else to suggest or a story to share. Since we're dealing with culture and entertainment, ask if they're going to any concerts or seen any exhibitions lately.

References:

AllGenius Drive

Cambridge

Exam English

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