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Jonathan Restrepo Pulgarin
Práctica Profesional II
Professor Montoya
August 18th, 2010

Lesson Plan

Time: 1 hour Subject: English Language Class: Secondary 9A
Schedule: 5:30 p.m – 6:30 p.m Number of Students: 25
Teacher: Dina Leyton School: Institución Educativa “Los Quindos”

General Objective: To approach the students and establish the adequateparameters for the consecution of the classes.
Specific objectives:
* To generate a warm link with the students through the performing of relaxed activities that include the knowledge of their names and some basic factors of their lives.
* To be able of setting a good level of empathy with the students (Breaking the ice)
* To intrinsically diagnose the students` levels of English.Materials:
1. Sheet of paper with an activity for each student.
* Optional: A phonetic chart with the symbols representing each sound of English.

Step | Time | Task (teacher) | Task (Pupils) | Interaction |
1 | 10mins | Greeting SsIntroducing himselfTo set the basic parameters of convivence for the class. | Ss greet the teacher | T Ss
|
2 | 12mins | T asks Ss toprepare an introduction of themselves, including factors such as: name, age, hobbies and place of birth. To helps Ss prepare their personal introduction. | Ss write their personal information. Ss asks T about the activity | T Ss |
3 | 20mins | T asks Ss to introduce themselves by guiding themselves on the information prepared. | Ss talk about their personal information prepared. | TSsSs Ss |
4 | 10mins | T explains the new activity. T helps Ss with unknown vocabulary. | Ss fill a questionarie about their partners’ characteristics. Ss go around the classroom collecting signatures of their partners in relation to their characteristics. | Ss Ss |
5 | 7mins | T asks Ss to share the information collected during the activity. | Ss share their opinions inrelation to their partners’ characteristics. | T Ss |

Optional: With the phonetic chart of English, the teacher will relate the sounds of the language with the symbols, making emphasis on the use of the dictionary to improve pronunciation.
JOURNAL AND REFLECTION:
That day was full of anxiety since it is really difficult to assimilate that I am now in action with respect to my career,and that I am now teaching in Highschool level, which is really a harsh thing to do. However, all of that anxiety turned into strength as soon as I made a step into the classroom since, as a personal teaching, I learned that the first interaction made by a teacher in a classroom of more than 20 students is basic to establish the potential future interaction. This was my teaching because I approachedthe students with no fear but much confidence, and that feeling was so spread out that the will for participation of the activity was very satisfactory. It is important for me to say that as a teacher I consider fundamental to try to learn the students´ names as soon as possible as a sign of respect and maturity. It does not matter whether we are dealing with adolescents or adults, the teachermust compose a model, and the essence of his actions must try to function as a human builder by beginning to show “humanity” (or his\her ideas of humanity) in the classroom.

Jonathan Restrepo Pulgarin
Práctica Profesional II
Professor Montoya
August 20th, 2010

Lesson Plan
Time: 1 hour Subject: English Language Class: Secondary 9A
Schedule: 3:45 p.m – 4:30 p.mNumber of Students: 25
Teacher: Dina Leyton School: Institución Educativa “Los Quindos”.

General Objective: To introduce Passive voice as topic for giving emphasis to objects.
Specific objectives:
* To show them some constructions made by humans so that they infer that passive voice is for the things that “have been made”
* To achieve a good level of understanding from the...
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