The theme Classroom rap

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The theme Classroom rap
The main aims ·         to introduce and to practice new words on the theme

·         to develop pupils’ speaking skills through giving instructions using new words on the theme

·         to create an atmosphere of self and  mutual respect  and social interaction through group and pair works

Expected results At the end of the lesson pupils will be able to:

·         give instructions using new words used at the lesson and out of it

The main ideas of the lesson
  • Imperative Mood
  • Classroom vocabulary
Resources notebook, mobile phones, A3 sheets, markers
Procedure of the lesson
stages of the lesson time:

45 minutes

the climate in the classroom Actions of
the teacher the pupils
Greeting 1 minutes working greets pupils in English greet the teacher
Division of pupils into groups. Establishing rules of the group. 5 minutes creative, positive, favorable and benevolent  invites pupils to stand in a circle then divides into three groups by asking pupils to  name the objects they usually see in the classroom. For example: a computer, a blackboard, a poster. Then after dividing pupils into groups invites pupil to establish rules of working in a group by writing them on the blackboard. For example: Be quiet! Listen! stand in a circle, name the objects they usually see in the classroom. For example: a computer, a blackboard, a poster. Then after being divided into groups they are invited to establish rules of working in a group by writing them on the blackboard. For example: Be quiet! Listen!
Brain storm

“What words I know on the theme”

5 minutes favourable and benevolent asks each group to write as many words as they can on the theme “Classroom vocabulary” on A3 sheets write words on A3 sheets, they read them to other groups, the group who has more words than the other groups is the winner
Filling  clusters on the theme “What  I usually do in the classroom”

 

7 minutes positive and benevolent asks pupils to think in a group what they usually do in the classroom and make up a cluster upon it, supports them by giving them hints and praising the them work in a group and fill the clusters, then present it to other groups, the best cluster is the winner
Warm up exercise

“Cute Froggy dance”

3 minutes  positive charge of emotions,

laughter and joy.

repeats the actions  of the children in the video together with pupils repeat the actions of the children  in the video
Discovery task “ Work with a picture” 5 minutes working noise asks pupils to open their student books at page 66, look at the picture in ex 1 and guess through discussion in groups which activities the teacher does not like. For example:  play with a ball, after doing the tasks invites them to name them work in a group, discuss and try to guess which activities the teacher in the picture does not like, then name them
Listening  to the tape script “Classroom rap” 2 minutes favorable plays the CD, asks pupils to listen, then read it fluently (only 1 volunteer from each group)  listen to the tape script, choose one pupil from each group who will read “Classroom rap”
Matching the line with the rap with a student in a picture 5 minutes working asks pupils to work in pairs and match the line with the rap with a student in a picture, then change their answers with other to check them up with the right answers given by the teacher  work in pairs, match the line with the rap with a student in a picture, then change their answers with other to check them up with the right answers given by the teacher
Acting out the rap 9 minutes favourable and benevolent asks pupils to make up four lines of a classroom rap, then act them out to make other pupils guess  work in  groups, make up four lines of a classroom rap, then act it out to other groups to let them guess what instructions they are given
Reflection, Giving feedback and assessment 3  minutes working and benevolent asks each pupil to write an instruction on a sheet and stick it on the blackboard, then names and comments marks write instructions on sheets, then stick on the blackboard, listen to the comments of the marks they’ve got for the lesson
As a whole 45 minutes
Giving hometask Learning by heart “Classroom Rap”

Making up their own “Classroom Raps”