Theme of the lesson Animals

Lesson plan


Long-term plan unit: Unit 3. Our countryside School: 59
Date: 21.11.2018 Teacher name: Gulzhanat Zhumadilla
CLASS: 6 Number present: Absent:
Theme of the lesson:  Animals
Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to understand most specific information and detail of  supported, extended talk on a range general and curricular topics; give an opinion at word and sentence level on an increasing range of general and curricular topics;


Lesson Objectives All learners will be able to:

•         Match some pictures with their description

•         Match some words with their definitions

Most learners will be able to:

—           Match most pictures with their description

—           Match most words with their definitions

—           Answer the topic relevant questions at word level

Some learners will be able to:

—           Match all pictures with their description

—           Match all words with their definitions

—          Answer the topic relevant questions at sentence level using must/should

Assessment criteria Learners have met  learning objective if they can match words with their definitions and make sentences using must/should


Value links Respect (In work with their peers and teammates learners should respect different ideas and opinions to find compromise)
Cross curricular links Biology
ICT skills Processing information on the interactive board
Previous learning


Some vocabulary about countryside
Planned timings Planned activities Resources

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(W) Organisation moment:


Dividing into groups:

Learners take flashcards of animals one by one and names them if they have wild animal they must join wild animals group if they have domestic they go to the domestic animals group.

T: now guys let’s sing a song about animals

Song: what does the fox say?

 Checking homework 

Introduction of Learning and Lesson Objectives

(P) Pre-teaching the vocabulary

Learners look at the board and repeat the names of animals after teacher. Then teacher turns over the flashcards and asks learners to find pictures of animals that she call.

Differentiation: 1) more able learners can get markers to write words on them.

2) teacher may provide learners with additional time to work with a vocabulary.


FA: Teacher monitors, checks understanding of the words’ meaning.


Reading the text

Teacher gives for each group one text about wild animals or domestic animals.

 (G) after – reading:

Can you find and write on the blackboard the sentences with modal verbs must/should?


•                     While – listening:

l-s should listen for the general idea.

Learners listen to the text about animals again.

They have to match the words from listening.


Animals- problems- advice

FA: learners are given keys for peer-assessment.

FA: teacher monitors and takes notes of good use of language as well as errors.


Complete the mind map according to our lesson



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Appendix 2 (for the teacher only)


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(P, W) Reflection

Learners discuss their feelings after the lesson and writes on the stickers. After that they can stick it on the board.

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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 students’ learning? Cross-curricular links
Health and safety check
ICT links
Values links
•        more able learners can get blank cards without pictures to write words on them.

•       teacher may provide learners with additional time to work with a dictionary.


 Teacher monitors and keeps reflective notes.

Peer- assessment


Collaboration while peer work



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