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GOOD TEACHING: THE TOP TEN REQUIREMENTS


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English- Persian Dictionary

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’A Level & As Level Law’’


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INTRODUCTION

  The big revolution in classroom technology has been in development of computers and associated hardware and software. In this endower the teacher teaches WH-Questions by using computer-based technologies and programs.                         

IMPORTANCE  OF  PLANNING

Subject: English-grade two in guidance school.        Time: 40 minutes

The class Profile: The learners are homogeneous.    Teaching Point: To teach  WH-Questions       

Number of students: 8 (two small groups)               Grade: Two

Teacher’s Name: Masih Shahrani

CHARACTERISTICS  OF  STUDENTS  GENERAL

1. Learning stage of class is elementary.              2. The students’ mother tongue is Farsi.

3. The age level of class is 12 – 14.                      4. The students are in a relatively high level class.

5. The culture of students is in high level.            6. They have positive attitude toward English.

7. Learners have relatively high motivation.       11. The student knows how to work on computer.

10. They have enough money to buy educational objects. 8. They have no anxiety.

9. The learners feel comfortable with each other and are prepared to co-operate in learning.

General Goal

To teach WH- question by using computer.

Objectives

At the end of this lesson the students will be able to:

1. know Wh-questions (knowledge, cognitive domain)

    1.1. recall and recognize Wh-questions.

2. comprehend Wh-questions (comprehension, cognitive domain)

    2.1. comprehend Wh-questions structures used to describe actions in progress 

3. apply Wh-questions (application, cognitive domain)

    3.1. apply Wh-questions in new situations.

    3.2. create and recreate either oral or written describing actions in progress.   

4. notice to class activities (receiving, affective domain)

    4.1. interest in learning Wh-questions.

5. offer voluntarily to take part in class activities.(responding, affective domain)

6. observe and mimic patterns(accurate, psychomotor domain)

BEHAVIORAL  OBJECTIVES

The students:

a. repeat Wh-questions playing on computer correctly at once

b. answer the questions with pictures orally and in written forms correctly in normal speed by using computer

c. answer the questions without pictures orally and in written forms correctly  in normal speed  by using computer

d. use new words in appropriate sentences orally and in written forms by using computer

e. read the patterns on computer correctly during two minutes

f. interview people using tape recorder during one week and send it to the teacher via e-mail

PRE  ENTERY  PERFORMANCE

The students have learnt:

a. the use of “do” and “does” in questions       b. Yes/No questions  c. working on computer

d. occupations (doctor, nurse, dentist, teacher, student, farmer, etc.) e. What is it? / What are they?

f. some verbs(teach, play, work, get up, clean, live, etc.)

PRE – TESTING

1. Showing some pictures and asking broad questions about them via computer

2. Asking some oral questions about students life( the Qs are arranged on a software)

 

METHODS

D.M., A.L.M., T.P.R., C. M., Disuggestopedia, Cognitive

MATERIALS / RESOURCES  NEEDED

pictures, class objectives, gestures, textbook, whiteboard, board marker, , posters, small cards,

 

TECHNOLOGY  RESOURCES  NEEDED

computer ,film, recorded material on cd, dvd, microphone

STUDENTS  ACTIVITIES

Students answer the questions, repeat the patterns, read the patterns, interact with their groups, write

their homework, and take part in class activities.

TEACHER - STUDENTS  ACTIVITIES

A. Teacher reads, students listen                   B. Teacher says, students repeat

C. Teacher asks, students answer                  D. Teacher gathers taught materials with students’ help

GROUPS

The class is divided in two small groups.

ENVIRONMENT

1. The class is bright enough.  2. The chairs are arranged in U shape. 3. The class air is fresh.

4. The realia have been set before. 5. The class atmosphere is good.

GREETINGS

The teacher greets students warmly.

T: Good morning / evening / afternoon everybody.               Ss: Good afternoon.

T: How are you today?                                                            Ss: Fine, thanks. And you?

 (about 30 seconds)

CALLING  THE  ROLE

T: ALL right, I want to call your names. The teacher calls students names.

(about 30 seconds)

CHECKING  STUDENTS  SPIRITUAL  &  MENTAL
The teacher checks students spiritual and mental.

                                                                 ) (about 30 seconds

CHECKING THE HOMEWORK

     The teacher corrects Students homework. He encourages good Students. 

(about 2 minute)

     Note: All during the lesson the teacher speaks fairly and normally, because if the teacher always speaks slowly his students will never learn how to listen and         understand spoken English in real life at normal speed.

WARME- UP

    Warm - up is to arouse students’ motivation and call their attention. So the teacher raises questions which directly related to students’ life and interests. In this way, he gets them in communication with one another then he plays a song.                                                                  

     Music and movement reinforce the linguistic material. It is desirable that students achieve a state of “infantilization” – having a childlike attitude – so that they will be

more open to learning. If they trust the teacher, they will reach his state more easily.

(about 1 minute)

REVIEWING THE PREVIOUS LESSON

Soon after the warm up, the teacher can ask questions (both chorally and individually) based on the previous lesson in order to review them and refreshed with them. By asking he wants to recall the grammatical points of the previous lesson. Then he asks one or two questions about the new lesson in order to achieve students’ background knowledge. The qs are arranged on computer. (about 6 minutes)

 

 

 

Introducing New Lesson

       The view or new lesson comprises a few specific objectives which have been premediated and carefully designed. It occupies to most part of the class time. The questions that here are raised  

would be broad.  

USING COMPUTER-BASED TECHNOLOGY FOR PRESENTATION

When hooked up to data projections, computers can show a variety of presentation media including pictures, both still and animated. By using programs such as Power Point, they can offer animated and highly attractive presentation using a combination of text pictures and slide animation.

 

USING COMPUTER-BASED TECHNOLOGY FOR INFORMATION - GETTING

Computer-based technology  has allowed users to access an extraordinary wealth of information in ways that we impossible before.

USING COMPUTER-BASED TECHNOLOGY FOR COMPOSING

 

                                                                ) (about 30 minutes

SUMMARY  OF  THE  NEW  LESSON

In order to gather the new materials the teacher plays a film.

(about 2 minutes)

 

FORMATIVE   EVALUATION

 

     The teacher shows some pictures and asks broad questions about them.

    

Note: The questions should be arranged in appropriate forms. In other words they should be contain True/ False sentences , Yes/No questions, Multiple Choice items, Matching , Scrambeled Sentences and etc.

 

 (about 4 minutes)

 

HOMEWORK

 (about 30 seconds)

 

 

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