Health lesson plan 6 grade

Unit of a long term
plan:

Unit 5
Our Health.

School: 2
Kainazar

Date: 09.01

Teacher’s name: Kudaibergenova
AD.

CLASS: 6
a

Number present:

absent:

Lesson title

Activities in and out of
school

Learning objectives(s)

6.C9 use
imagination to express thoughts, ideas, experiences and
feelings

6.L1 understand a sequence of supported classroom
instructions

6.S6 communicate meaning clearly at sentence level
during, pair, group and whole class
exchanges

Lesson objectives

All learners will be able
to:

  • Identify the theme,
    new words and use them as the basis for
    discussion.

  • Demonstrate knowledge for usage
    of
    the Present Simple
    describing activities in and out of
    school.

  • Transfer information from
    the given
    information
    into a graphic
    organizer.

Most learners will be able
to:

  • Select, compile, and synthesize information for
    an oral presentation

  • Provide a point of view in conversations and
    discussions; describe people using active
    vocabulary.

Some learners will be able
to:

  • Respond to and
    discuss
    the reading
    passage
    using interpretive, evaluative
    and creative thinking skills.

  • Make a presentation about routine and
    activities.

Level of
thinking

Higher order thinking skills
(according to the revised Bloom’s
taxonomy).

Assessment
criteria

  • Listen to the given
    text of description of activities and identify the general
    information.

  • Demonstrate skills
    of organizing and expressing ideas
    accurately.

  • Illustrate a viewpoint in a
    discussion.

Target
language

School timetable, school subject, PE, ICT,
classes, swimming practice, test, to be good for.

Values links

Responsibility, Global
Citizenship, Respect and Love to people and school, Care to modern
technology.

Cross-curricular links

Social Science, Psychology,
Information Technology, Sport and Health
Care.

Previous learning

Vocabulary relating to
people’s activity, usage of the internet, drama and
comedy.

Plan

Planned timings

Planned activities (replace the notes below
with your planned activities)

Resources

Start

3 min

5 min

Class organisation

Warm-up and lesson objectives
presentation

Warm-up (W, I)

Good afternoon,
dear students and guests! Welcome to our English lesson! I give you
these sheets of paper. Here you see types of smiles, your task is
to give yourselves marks putting ticks under the smiles. If you
manage to do the work well put a tick opposite the happy smile. If
not – opposite the sad one. If you are not sure put a tick under
the neutral smile. On your desks you see folders with some files of
different colours. You will need them during the
lesson.

Task1.Look at the pictures and
say what the theme of our lesson will be?

Skills:
speaking

Cl: whole
class

Activities:
pictures

Action: ss should look at tht
pictures and find what about the theme.

Task2. Answer the
questions

Skills: speaking,
writing

Cl: individual
work

Activities:
worksheet

Action: ss should answer the
questions and write it in the worksheet

What do you usually
do
at the
weekend?

What do you usually
do
at
school?

Weekend

At
school

play
games

write a
test

Do you know the subjects at
school?

Slide (useful
phrases)

Pictures

PPT

Whiteboard

Writing

Worksheet

Main part

15 min

Task3.Match 8 of the words in the box with
photos 1 – 8 p.57. skills: writing

Cl: whole class

Activities: book

Action: The teacher asks if Sts. know the full
names of: P.E. – Physical Education, ICT – Information and
Communication Technology.
Sts
are divided into 3 groups and guess the subjects and the right
answers. The winner gets 10 scores.

Subject

Answer

P.E.

football

ICT

60
minutes

Math

two

chess

sixteen

Art

green

Science

oxygenandhydrogen

кислород и водород

Geography

Italy,
Spain

Drama

A play by W.
Shakespeare

PRE – LISTENING
TASK:

Task 4. Ex.3 p.56( Check the
meaning of phrases and add your word – combinations from
ex.1):

Skills:
speaking

Cl: whole
class

Activities:
ex1

Action:
Dance
practice

Dance/ basketball/ Music/
chess/ football practice;

Maths/ Science/ History/
Geography/ French/ Music/ ICT test;

While – listening
task:
listen to Alan and Jessica
talk about activities and complete the sentences. What is
their
favourite day? In pairs ask questions to
get more details: How often does Alan have
Science?

Write as many questions as you
can to get more information.

What is
their
favourite day? –
Saturday. And yours?
Why?

Ask each other questions about routine
activities at school.
What are your favourite subjects and
why?

Ex. 5 – 6 p.56

Open your record – books and name the subjects
you are studying. Compare them with the timetable in
England.

3Groups give short presentations of school
subjects.

Writing

Worksheet

Student Book
p.56

Student Book
p.56

CD
1.48

Pictures” Test your
knowledge”

CD
1.49

Writing

Worksheet

Student Book
p.56

Venn
Diagram

End

3
min.

Home
task.

WB p.40

Students express their
attitude to the lesson and give self-assessment using
the
method:
Six thinking
hats
”:

  • Green: How can you use today’s
    learning in different subjects?

  • Red: How do you feel about
    your work today?

  • White: What have you leant
    today?

  • Black: What were the
    weaknesses of your work?

  • Blue: How much progress have
    you made in this lesson? (Now I can, I still need to work on, I’ve
    improved in, Today I learnt… )

  • Yellow: What did you like
    about today’s lesson?

Slide
(Homework)

Slide “Six thinking
hats”

Additional information

Differentiation – how do you plan to give more
support? How do you plan to challenge the more able
learners?

Assessment – how are you planning to check
learners’ learning?

Health and safety check

Differentiation
can
be achieved
through
content (Based on the theory
of
Multiple
Intelligences
different tasks are used with
the same text).

By
support
:

Less able
learners
will be supported through
step-be-step instructions, glossaries, thinking
time.

By
task:

For
more able
learners
additional leveled tasks are
offered.

Assessment
criteria
:

  • Read the given passage and
    identify the general information.

  • Demonstrate skills of
    organizing and expressing ideas
    accurately.

  • Illustrate a viewpoint in a
    discussion.

Descriptors:

A
learner

  • reads the text
    for
    global
    understanding
    ;

  • selects meaningful
    information, constructs the answer;

  • presents
    i
    nformation in the group
    discussion.

  • evaluates the peers’
    answers.

Teacher’s observation using
observation checklist (Appendix 2 – reference to the resource
Literature Circle Role Sheets”
by Christine Boardman Moen. p.28
) and
monitoring.

Self-assessment.

Health saving
technologies.

Make sure power cords are not a tripping
hazard

Everyday classroom precautions

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