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Topic Dawn and up Unit1 Interpretation and Giving Opinions

Subject Fundamental English 1 (E21101) Class Lower Secondary 1 Time 3 hours


Standard T 1.1 Understand and tell the story listened and read the different media then

give opinion and reason

Index M. 1/1 Do according to order, request, suggestion and easy explanation

listened and Read

Important concept

Students should be able to order, request, astigmatic and negative that mean for themselves, their classmates and closed people correctly by having gone through the language skill method to communicate, especially that emphasize being developed listening, speaking reading and writing together which enables the students to apply in their daily lives confidentially and suitable to good manner and condition of people.

Concept of having knowledge

Knowledge

1. Order, request, suggestion both affirmative and negative that mean for themselves and their classmates and closed people such as Look at the…. / here/ over there. / Say it again/ Read and draw. / Put a/ an… in/ on / under…. / Go to the window and open it. / Take out the book. Open on page 17 and read it. etc.

2. The use of can could/ Please in the request sentences such as Please look up the meaning in a dictionary./ Look up the meaning in a dictionary, please./ Can /Could you help me , please ? Excuse me. Could you… ?etc.

Vocabulary : clap hop shake turn borrow

Form of affirmative and negative order : V1 or V1+Obj./ Don’t + V1 or Don’t Obj.

Form of affirmative request : Please+V1+Obj. or V1+Obj.+please.

Question : Can/ Could+you+V1+Obj.+please?

Skill/ Method

Method of practing English to communicate by focusing on trying to use in reality and gaining by listening. Speaking . Reading and Writing skill all together

Character

1. Use English to communicate confidentially

2. Use English suitably to manner, time and people.

Combination

Thai learning group using order and request sentences. Hygiene learning and P.E group by designing gestures. Art learning group by drawing pictures along with order.

Ability

1. The ability to communicate, sing songs and show out as gestures and drawing.

2. The ability to think as :-

2.1 Analyses the group of words.

2.2 Use reason to discuss

2.3 Apply to use other one syllable verb for each verb and show gestures

2.4 Can draw when hear the sentence and tell what having learnt

Result of learning

Work done/ kind of work

2.Group work, write/ sing with gestures

3. Single work, speak/ write/ draw/ make gesture the order. Request, suggest sentences

4. Single work to write order, request both affirmative and negative by noting down in the exercise book

Evaluation

Index
method
equipment
Percent pass

Index T 1.1 M 1.1 do the easy order , request, suggestion and explanation listened and read
Observe doing
Check drawing of order and request
Check list

Method of learning

Warm up
1.1 students listen to Down and Up song reatedly and try to sing while the teached make gesture .

Down and Up Song

Down and up and clap, clap, clap,

Down and up and clap, clap, clap,

We clap to the left and we clap to the right

Turn around and clap, clap, clap, (walk, nod, hop, shake.. etc.)

1.2 Teacher tells the important words in the song, students read loud and gesture or tell the meaning of the words.

1.3 Students follow the teacher singing and gesturing.

1.4 Each student group thinks and searches other words to put in the song and gestures or tell the meaning of the words.

Presentation
2.1 Teacher speaks both affirmative and negative order and shows gesture, such as, stand up. Turn right, Turn left, Turn back, Turn around, Point to the window, Sit down.

Don’t sleep in the classroom. Don’t eat food in the classroom. Don’t draw cartoon in the book.

2.2 Teacher shows various order cards, students read,tell the meanings and note down in the exercise book.

2.3 Teacher speaks various requests, shows the cards, students speak after the teacher and make gestures.







Such as :

T : Can/ could you tell me your nickname, please?

S : My nickname is “nee”.

T : Can/could you close the window, please?

S : Yes, I ’ll do now.

T : Can/Could I borrow your pen, please?

S : Yes. Here you are.

2.4 Teacher concludes the use of Can/Could please to show the polite request, students note down.

Practice
3.1 Students speak order and request in pair with gesture

3.2 Choose student as a valenteer to speak different orders and requests, the rest do the orders and requests.

3.3 Let student draw pictures for order and requests.

Production
4.1 Students show new idea about songs and gestures

4.2 Student show the chart of other words or drawing for other words in the song.

4.3 Student pair up the picture and order sentences on the table and stick on the board check and read.

Wrap up
5.1 Play “Simon Says” game

5.2 Let students do exercise from the picture given.

Media of learning

Song
Tapes of affirmative and negative orders.
Picture cards and tapes of pair sentences.
Work given sheets
VCD or DVD players
Different side boards, BTS station, understand rail station, cinema hosses and medical sheet, etc

Expressions used in the classroom

Greetings:

Hello.
Good morning (class/everyone).
Good afternoon (class/everyone).
That's all for today.
Goodbye.
See you tomorrow/next week/Friday.
Directions:

Stand up.
Sit down./Be seated.
Open your (text)books/notebooks (to page ~/chapter ~/section ~).
Turn to page ~.
Look at page/part/number ~.
Close your books/notebooks.
Take out your pen/pencil/notebook/textbook/homework/~.
Put your pen/papers/books/everything/~ away/in your desks/in your bags.
Pass your notebooks/tests/papers/homework to the front/to me.
Here is/are your tests/your homework/your notebooks/~.
Take one (handout/test/copy/~).
Come to the blackboard/front.
Translate this into English/L1.
Write the answer on the chalkboard/in your notebooks.
Listen carefully.
Read page ~ (aloud).
Repeat after me./Repeat ~./Again.
Practice (~).
Check your/your partner's answers.
(Please can be used with the above expressions.)

Transitions:

First (of all)...?
Next...
For example...
Now let's ~.
After that...
Questions:

Who knows (the answer)?
Who knows (~)?
Who understands?
Who can tell me (~) ?
Who will volunteer (to ~)?/Who will do it?
Who has a question (about ~)?
What's ~ in English?/What does it/~ mean in English?
What's ~ in L1?/What does it/~ mean in L1.
What's the answer?
Do you understand?
Do you know (~)?
Do you have any questions?
Can you tell me (~)?
Will you volunteer (to ~)?/Will you do it?
Who's absent today?
Disciplinary Expressions:

Be quiet./Stop talking./No talking.
Calm down.
Stop that./Stop it.
Don't do that.
Put that/~ away.
Listen (to me)..
Look (at me).
(Please can be used with the above expressions--but if the teacher is very angry or frustrated she or he probably wouldn't use it.)

What are you doing?
Are you listening?
Are you paying attention?
Appendix ll: Classroom English For Students

Lists of expressions like these seem to be circulating everywhere for good reason. Students need to learn these kinds of expressions if they are to communicate in English in class. Naturally teachers should help them with pronunciation, meaning, and usage. Especially at the elementary level it may be useful to provide the meanings in L1 or ask the students to write them in. Teachers may want to suggest that the students paste the list inside the front cover of their notebooks so they can refer to it easily during class. As with Appendix I, there are many other good expressions which aren't listed here.

Excuse me?
(Are you speaking to) me?
I didn't hear you.
Again, please.
More slowly, please.
Just a minute, please.
Ms. ~/Mr. ~.
I'm thinking.
I don't understand. (Huh?)
I don't know.
How do you say this word?
What does ~ mean?
What's ~ in English?
What's ~ in L1?
I think ~.
One more please.
That's easy/difficult/strange.
Please help me.

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