Lesson Plan 2 Lesson 2 Time: 90 min.
Kimiya Pre-university Number of Students: 12
Goals: Enabling the students to read and understand the other five paragraphs.
Material: pictures, whiteboard, text book, CD, dictionary, notebook
Title: How to Give a Good Speech
Steps Activities Time
- Roll-call 5 min.
- Review of the previous session
* Check homework: Collect their homework to be checked.
* Ask questions
A- Tell me if doing each of these things is good or not good while giving a speech.
1- Leaning against the wall,
2- Looking at your notes again and again,
3- Looking at your audience,
4- Having a smile on the face,
5- Standing firmly with no movement.
B- Based on Paragraph 3, what are three characteristics of the movements during a speech?
Any questions from the previous session?
- Allow the students to talk about their own experiences or of others.
* Encourage the students to share ideas and experiences.
* Don’t interrupt the students in order to correct them.
- Students listen to the tape to get the gist of idea.
* It helps the students not only to get the gist of idea but also to hear the correct pronunciation
which can prevent fossilization.
- Students read the paragraph individually. (Silent reading)
* When they find a word they don’t know, they underline it with a straight line. If they think they
know the meaning but are not sure, they underline it with a squiggly line.
- Students sit in small groups and ask each other the meaning of the words they don’t know or
aren’t sure of.
- Help students with any remaining words they don’t know.
* Use the whiteboard, pictures, computer, … .
- Ask one of the students to read the passage aloud.
- Ask the class some detailed comprehension questions.
- Repeat the same steps for other paragraphs.
* Correction :
Although in different occasions, different forms of corrections are needed, totally we can accept
this order: 1. self correction 2. peer correction 3. teacher correction
- Give different relevant topic entities to different groups of students and ask them to speak
* Encourage students to share ideas and experiences.
- Ask the students to do exercise 3 on page 16 while they are in their own groups.
* Use one of the common modes of teaching and learning.
e.g. CROSS-OVER GROUPS:
A form of group activity in which the class is divided into groups which have a discussion. After
some time, one or more members of each group move over and join one of the other groups. So
two students from Group A might join Group B, two form group B might join Group C, and so on,
and the discussion continues. In this way, ideas from the different groups are shared without the
need for a FEEDBACK SESSION.
* Go around the class and give help as needed.
- Ask the students to study new vocabularies and write a sentence for each of them using their
- Ask the students to read the text again and prepare a summary to present next session.